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Author Topic: Orbiter: DGIV Films by Tex  (Read 27643 times)

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Offline Tex

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Reply #25 - 08 March 2008, 18:12:18
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Galelio wrote:
I have edited the ABFO (Advanced Buildings For Orbiter) video, with the titles and stuff. It was 21.9 MB big. It is in
an .avi format.

Secret: Save as avi and edit with windows movie maker!


After the video is rendered, yes it should be that small, depending on the length of the video. I am talking about the
raw files recorded are rather big. You need alot of space and power to really get serious about video editing. Also, working with Windows Movie maker is no secret. It's the absolute worst program you could use. It's very unstable, (crashes alot) and extreamly limited in how you can edit and save your video.


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You should see this:

http://orbiter.dansteph.com/forum/index.php?topic=10926.msg172846#msg172846

CamStudio runs better in my computer than FRAPS.

At Light Speed and Beyond!!!

Fraps is the industry standard and is all I recommend.



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Reply #26 - 09 March 2008, 07:59:14
I had no problem editing the ABFO video.


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Reply #27 - 11 March 2008, 01:16:02


A simple, but fun flight to ISS in Dan Steph's Delta Glider IV.

You Tube - Stream
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yI_x4afKQuY


Download here:
http://www.tex-films.com/space.html


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Reply #28 - 12 March 2008, 11:23:28
COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NICE VEDIO! :lol: :lol:

I nearly got hyptonized.

Ratings:

Graphics: :):)

[P.S.: What happens in the movie dose'nt match the title.]

Story/Action: :):):):):)

Detail: :):):):)

Whole video: :):):):):)

(Note: The " :) " is the rating in "smileys" :ptdr:. 1 smiley least, 5 smiley the most.)



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Reply #29 - 13 March 2008, 09:25:55
hehe, cheers mate! The title of the movie is more to do with the song as he calls himself a "Cowboy". :)


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Reply #30 - 13 March 2008, 12:56:26
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A simple, but fun flight to ISS in Dan Steph's Delta Glider IV.

You Tube - Stream
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yI_x4afKQuY


Download here:
http://www.tex-films.com/space.html


BEAUTIFUL! BEAUTIFUL! Even though, the action in the movie dose'nt match the title. Can be better though! :)



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Reply #31 - 13 March 2008, 17:41:05
i saw already all of you orbiter movies and everytime i say "how the hell does he does that?"

really cool stuff you make, keep up the good work :)


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it means "Preserving what is good"

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Reply #32 - 17 March 2008, 15:52:45
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hehe, cheers mate! The title of the movie is more to do with the song as he calls himself a "Cowboy". :)


I think your films are more an art work than an enternainment, that's why I like it!


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Reply #33 - 18 March 2008, 00:55:15
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texasf1racer wrote:


A simple, but fun flight to ISS in Dan Steph's Delta Glider IV.

You Tube - Stream
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yI_x4afKQuY


Download here:
http://www.tex-films.com/space.html

It's pretty cool, but I know that this isn't the amazin TexFilms to his best, amaze the public Tex, amaze it, 4****!

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Reply #34 - 26 March 2008, 02:50:41
Tex,

Great work on the films.  How did you get those wonderful flybys?


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Reply #35 - 26 March 2008, 04:56:21
Thank you everyone for your kind words!


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Kadet wrote: It's pretty cool, but I know that this isn't the amazin TexFilms to his best, amaze the public Tex,
amaze it, 4****!

haha cheers mate. Yea this film was made in 2 days. Apollo 11 Remastered took a month. ;)


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Robert H wrote: Tex,

Great work on the films. How did you get those wonderful flybys?

Hi Robert, thank you for your comments. For the flybys in this film I am just using the Orbiter ground camera. Pull up
the cameras window and go to the ground tab, then press Current. You might wanna slow time down to 0.01x before
you do it if you're in orbit because the spacecraft will go by so fast you wont see it if you don't. :)

Also, computerex has released a Camera MFD addon. You can download it from his forum over at:
http://www.orbiter-forum.com/forumdisplay.php?f=28



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Reply #36 - 01 April 2008, 11:07:20
Yeah that MFD has helped a Lot. :beer:


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Reply #37 - 22 April 2008, 18:06:40
So Tex, when can we expect the next greatest film since Apollo 11:Remastered?


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Reply #38 - 11 May 2008, 06:19:00
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So Tex, when can we expect the next greatest film since Apollo 11:Remastered?

News and updates here:
http://tex-films.com

Upcoming Orbiter film this month! :)


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Reply #39 - 11 May 2008, 20:10:03
Sweet, can you give us a quick description of whqt to expect?


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Reply #40 - 17 May 2008, 00:15:50
So it changed from the 16th to the 31st, why?


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Reply #41 - 24 May 2008, 19:58:21


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***DESCRIPTION***
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On July 16, 2058, a collision was detected on Neptune's moon Triton. After the collision a strange sound is picked up
by SETI...

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***MORE INFO***
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Featuring Orbiter Space Flight Simulator, this is a short film with a brief narrative intro. I wanted to feature many
addons in this film, but the main focus of the story is on the Deepstar as it travels through the solar system to
investigate the strange sound detected on Triton after the collision.


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***LINKS***
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5c-TW6mPUUg

DOWNLOAD:
http://tex-films.com/forum/downloads.php?do=file&id=66


Thanks for watching! :)



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Reply #42 - 24 May 2008, 22:14:11
As usual, this is a great piece of movie, and of enjoying... ;)

Thank you for those excellents films !


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Reply #43 - 24 May 2008, 22:50:45
It was pretty good (Inner me:THAT WAS AWESOME!LOL)


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Reply #44 - 24 May 2008, 23:05:36
Superbe !



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Reply #45 - 29 May 2008, 04:16:13
Thanks for watching guys! :)


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Reply #46 - 25 November 2008, 16:50:48
There's something wrong with the link page to download :badlink:


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Reply #47 - 23 April 2009, 21:19:30
Hi everyone! You can see my latest Orbiter film featuring the DG4 in a few shots from the Orbiter page on my website at:

http://www.tex-films.com

Click on the Orbiter banner to go to the Orbiter video page. The video on top called, "Orbiter 2048" is my latest film. Enjoy! :)


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Reply #48 - 26 April 2009, 23:12:45
I like it!!;)


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Reply #49 - 09 October 2010, 22:21:05
Great films!!!
They're good as your (perfects)FSX films!
Thanks for the share!


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