[ANN] Moving Wallpaper demo
john.ridge at mac.com
Fri Sep 16 03:38:25 CDT 2005
Hugh, thanks - this is a great demo! The panning effect stutters a
little, even on a 2Mz iMac with Tiger - I don't have access to a fast
Windows machine, but I'd like to know if it runs more smoothly there.
I've also been experimenting with transitions other than the "cross
fade" that you've made the default. I'm using the "answer effect"
command to get the QT dialog, fiddling with the parameters then
loading the result into a custom property -
set the cTransition of this stack to it
then later I can
unlock screen with visual the cTransition of this stack
Which is a good way of finding out about the various effects. I
hadn't realised that you can save them as .qfx files. This looks
handy, but I haven't yet found how to load one using Rev (i.e. not in
the QT dialog). Is there a simple trick that I've missed?
On 14 Sep 2005, at 22:18, FlexibleLearning at aol.com wrote:
> Following the Panorama demo, this 'screensaver' or 'slideshow' stack
> demonstrates 16 scripted visual effects based on zoom in, zoom
> out, pan left, pan
> right, pan up and pan down. The stack is 18k and is fully
> documented. The
> download includes 4 high quality sample images, but you can
> obviously use your own
> images if you wish.
> A note of caution... This is a very heavily graphics intensive
> stack, so at
> least a 1GHz machine is needed, preferably 2-3GHz. It works on a
> G4-466 in
> OSX, but is only truly impressive on a faster computer.
> Enjoy and feedback welcome.
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