jamesriley - all messages by user

2012/3/28 11:02:53
TALES FROM ZOMBIETOWN EPISODE (6) Brilliant episode guys, Paco is an excellent character. I liked his exchange with warden Gaye and I'm sure those navy boys loved his package.

2012/3/28 10:55:00
Just to say Hi I considered doing Plan 9 in my MST3K homage.

Instead I lumped for Manos: Hands of Fate. Equally "wonderfull" I'm sure you'll agree. Although cutting this masterpiece down to just 10mins was a crime against art.

Would definitely love to see a Muvizu Plan 9 though. We can only hope!

2012/3/28 10:49:15
Headphones and rain protection. I've heard nothing but good things about beats headphones.

To be honest, headphones are not really something I could advise on (Don't really know that much about them). I do know however that sennheiser also make good headphones. But this is something I'm sure someone in the community would be able to help you with.

Any preferences/suggestions Muvizuers?
2012/3/27 12:29:31
Headphones and rain protection. In ear headphones would be good. In fact earphones of any nature are a good idea as it give Muvizuers a chance to mess aroung with sound.

Creating that muffled earphone sound as you have two characters pass by on the street and the non earphoned character can hear the music coming from the other characters ears.

This would be something unique to hear being done in Muvizu.
2012/3/27 12:21:46
AMD A6-3420M 1.5GHz or does Muvizu use multicores? Hi Benjamin,
I can't wait to see what you do with the comics, should be good.

The quad core processor on the laptop you have in mind should be capable enough for running Muvizu. The laptop you have at the moment sounds good as well.

A stronger dual core processor would be more advantageous, the quad core only being better if you're multithreading. The quad core will only fire on all cylinders if you've got multiple laborious operations (Burning DVD's, running Muvizu etc) going at once and since Muvizu is quite labour intensive then I wouldn't want to reccomend something that may not be up to scratch. If it's just muvizu you're going to be using, then the main thing to remember here is the better the graphics card the better Muvizu will run.

The graphics card on the machine you've been looking at sound great.

I would thoroughly reccomend researching more in depth about any future laptop purchase. But whichever laptop you decide to buy, I look forward to seeing what you do in Muvizu.

Good luck,

2012/3/22 14:35:31
Push it to the limit ... limiiiiiit Hi Skylike, Massive fan here. I love zombie films as well and would like to see more gore too. I'm also a fan of road films. Perhaps there could be some sort of road trip involved like getting from the west to the east coast or vice versa. (Despite the fact that they were tasked with defending there own town, where is Zombietown set anyway?) This would be great for in car shots and driving scenes. Plus it would give the characters a chance to meet new people along the way and kill the entire zombie population.
2012/3/14 16:39:21
Ambient Occlusion Maps ukBerty wrote:
Jamesriley you have both made and ruined my day. I now know the wonderful world of Bobby Conn, but I've spent the last hour watching and listening to him.

I don't know what I should be more proud of, ruining or making your day. Glad you liked it though.
2012/3/14 14:27:41
Ambient Occlusion Maps I'm just saying that when all the videos of the time were of glossy preened popstars and early uses of CGI, to suddenly come upon this was staggering to say the least. I wouldn't dare say anything bad about the man (cause I know you'll beat me up) but needles to say it scarred me just enough to remember it when seeing all those videos.
2012/3/14 12:21:13
Ambient Occlusion Maps This has descended into weirdness, so here you go. Circa early 2000's late 90's, surely the tracksuit gives this away though.

edited by pyrrho on 14/03/2012
2012/1/12 10:36:05
Feedback Thread - v0.19b release (January 2012). mysto wrote:
That's great news jamesriley! Now, what about that dragon for Dreeko?

When the central heating is fixed he shall be released. In the meantime he's using his fire breath to keep us all warm.
2012/1/11 16:53:28
Feedback Thread - v0.19b release (January 2012). Hello Everyone,

Mysto made a great point about the little marker lines that where present on the timeline in the older versions of Muvizu (the ones that made it look like a ruler). The developers have spoken.

Unfortunately they were taken out without intention as part of the user interface overhaul. Thanks for bringing this to our attention. I have been informed that they will be back in a future version of Muvizu as this is something they are working on.
2012/1/11 15:30:01
Feedback Thread - v0.19b release (January 2012). 65Radius wrote:
After uploading the update, I brought up a set from a current project. When I tried to save it, I couldn't, and received this message:
"It is with some regret that I must inform you of an unexpected error: Not enough info on the database"

Hi 65Radius,

Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We have taken note and will work to get this fixed. In the meantime, could you please send your set files to bugs@muvizu.com

This would help us in finding what the root of the problem is.

Thanks in advance.
2011/12/8 11:30:10
Unable to log into youtube account via muvizu Hi Wizplace,

Both of your accounts should already be linked, this is how videos are uploaded. Once uploaded to YouTube they will automatically appear on the website.

The above link is the tutorial that should explain how this is done if you are still having problems.

If anything still persists then please feel free to reply and I will be happy to help you further.


2011/11/15 10:14:05
Thank you - Drychalice and 65Radius Hear Hear.
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