A great voice acting site. Very organized and detailed, plus a lot of activity around.
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Posted 26 January 2016 - 06:41 PM
Re-discovered an old favorite in my archives that had a big ui improvement over the years and is one of the best image/video viewer out there.
This is an open source, cross platform, professional viewer used by studios around the world
It reads Cineon, DPX, FFmpeg, IFF, IFL, JPEG, LUT, OpenEXR, PIC, PNG, PPM, RLA, SGI, TIFF, Targa.
It recognizes image sequences automatically and plays them forward, backward, fast, slow and has shuttle controls like video editing consoles so you have absolute control over the frame rate.
You can even zoom in on a part of a video or image sequence and be able to play it at the speed you want.
As an added bonus, it reads 16 bit half float linear OPenEXR files with a gamma offset so they show exactly as they would if they where 8 bit instead of the really dark view you get from other viewers.
It does not play sound however so it does not replace another favorite of mine: Windows Media Player Classic...not to be confused with the crappy, buggy and just so underwhelming version that ships with Windows.
Im curious about how/why you use this mike? I tend to use AnyVideoConverter when something video wise shows up in a format I cant use though I guess you lose quality in the conversion...
Posted 26 January 2016 - 06:54 PM
Thanks for the suggestions folks! Im updating the list as fast as my fingers can wiggle.
Following the livestream of BenTuttles last Iclone Film School a few sites were mentioned that looked quite promising. Krita is an opensource graphics software while Archive3d and TF3DM are 3d model repositories.
Posted 28 December 2016 - 10:41 PM
Here's a few sites I haven't seen in the list. This one's been around for awhile but I think it's been offline from time to time:
Posted 29 December 2016 - 01:13 AM
Hey Biz Got another free open software entry for you: https://natron.fr/
For you out there who are intrigued and curious about the mystical black arts known as...
NODE COMPOSITING!!! (Thunder clap, boom, doom and Ka-Blewy)
It is, for all intent and purposes, a clone of the film Fx industry's most used software; NUKE
It looks, feels and works the same way. It has tutorials on Youtube, plugin packs available, got a strong following and it keeps being developed all the time.
Posted 13 July 2017 - 03:21 PM
But found a few facebook groups of different for voice acting here
Posted 22 June 2018 - 02:36 PM
A new and totally free site for textures: Texture Haven https://texturehaven.com/
And also , again totally free, a site for HDRI images for real-time rendering engines like Unity, Unreal and Blender.: HDRI Haven https://hdrihaven.com/
Posted 19 June 2019 - 01:56 PM
I have found new modeling software for more anime type stuff and have been messing around with it. Is called Vroid and its still in beta so when you go to the page you will need to translate it to english but the download is in english.
here a link https://studio.vroid.com/
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