Bouncing Ball Study


#1

I have animated before, but I feel like I know nothing, and so I decided to go back to the basics. I did a bouncing ball and spent many hours trying to make it as nice as possible. I used the hypergraph for the first time and I was amazed at the amount of control and ease of use, I shall never return to sloppy animating again!

Please let me know what you think and if anything could be changed for fixed for the better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhpKgTpbMq0


#2

I tweaked it some more.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZWysBYoiFo


#3

If you could post tests like that in a scrubbable format (Quicktime is really the only choice) it would be easier to diagnose.


#4

I’d be happy to do that, but I’m not sure how… Could you tell me?


#5

well, render to quicktime and choose a codec that yields small results and is easy to scrub like “Photo-JPG” or MPG4. Your app should give you choices. If it doesn’t, you’re looking in the wrong place.

A clip like your bouncing ball ought to be only a meg or so in size.

Quicktime and its codecs are extensively documented on the web. Give that a search.

As far as posting it, almost every ISP gives you some web space for files. Check your docs.

If not, there are free hosting places like mediafire.com


#6

i like more the first video …the second no , i think that in the second you have to put more weight


#7

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