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 From:  Apophis
2148.1 
Hello

I've no plan at this object.
I get no possibility to use fillet to the edges. This refers to the outer part and the joint part.
What do I wrong?






Regards

Apophis
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 From:  PaQ
2148.2 


If it's this kind of filleting work you're looking for, I can create a little video to show my workflow. I just can't comment what I'm doing
because my english is really bad :S (and they are many little stuff that should be explain)

EDITED: 17 Jan 2013 by PAQ

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 From:  Apophis
2148.3 
Hello

That's look really good. I guess I know what was happen. I can not use the fillet tool on a flat surface. But in this case I must rethink my workflow. A little video would be nice. And no matter with your english. My english is horrible...

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 From:  BurrMan
2148.4 In reply to 2148.3 
Both of you are communicating understandably!

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 From:  Apophis
2148.5 
Hello again

Two rendertests with my way to fillet some edges. In my opinion the sample from PaQ looks really better. Seems to be very difficult to decide the ride way. I'm curious about on PaQ workflow.










Greetings from Munic
(you know the "M√ľnchner Kindl"? )
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 From:  Lemo (LEMONNADO)
2148.6 
Yes PaQ! A video would be fantastic. I also struggle with filleting and have to confess that I avoid MoI if I have to fillet stuff.....
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 From:  PaQ
2148.7 In reply to 2148.6 
Hello there, the video is uploading on screencast, I did my best to avoid mistakes, but it wasn't easy :) ... moreover the capturing session is limited to 5 min, and that was short to fillet everything in that time, so I have to speed up.



In the meantime, I've just seen that one g1 fillet is broken, looks like an othe continuity lost like here :
http://moi3d.com/forum/index.php?webtag=MOI

@Apophis

Nice rendering ! and no I don't know what a M√ľnchner Kindl is ... (is it something related to the famous beer party ?)
http://www.lespassionnes.fr/photos/evenement_60.jpg

EDITED: 3 Dec 2015 by PAQ

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 From:  PaQ
2148.8 In reply to 2148.6 
Hi Lemo, what else are you using then ?
I don't have a lot of experience with nurbs, and most of the time when I have to fight against MoI fillet, I win ...
But for any reason if it's really impossible to find a solution for a precise scenario, I didn't find that other softwares like viacad were that helpfull :S
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 From:  PaQ
2148.9 
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 From:  Apophis
2148.10 
A very detailed tutorial. I guess that this tutorial will not only me help to understand the work with fillet. Great job PaQ.
Many Thanx.
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
2148.11 
@PaQ : What is your prog for make the video?
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Pilou
Is beautiful that please without concept!
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 From:  max3d (DAVEDAVIDSON)
2148.12 In reply to 2148.11 
its made with jing

nice one PaQ
www.max3d.org
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 From:  PaQ
2148.13 
You're welcome Apophis ;)

Yes Pilou it's Jing, I like the video quality, but you can't control anything about it, like the framerate or the format.
This 5 minutes limitation is also quite annoying, and they are no edition option too :(

Still looking for an cheap solution to make quick videos ...
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
2148.14 In reply to 2148.13 
< Still looking for an cheap solution to make quick videos ...
there is Wink it's 100% free and you can make any tutorial as you want!
http://www.debugmode.com/wink/
Generate Flash files
A little example :) (launch the file fomat .htm in your navigator)
http://www.mediafire.com/?yjqzyk3cdyy (seems mediafire have some trouble today ;)

And after with the free Converter online http://media-convert.com/convertir/
you can make any format you want !
Here in format Quick time
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?ztbg5oonwdy
I try to embed the result here so making some try :) be patient :)
I found some cool tools for create automatically the code of Embedded (Flash, Real, QuickTime, Wmv)
http://cit.ucsf.edu/embedmedia/step1.php
http://tools.webmasters.sk/embedded-media.php

Here with SWF format and streaming result

and the Quicktime format ;) (some speedy because maybe I have forgotten a speed regulate at the conversion :D

EDITED: 12 Nov 2008 by PILOU

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 From:  Apophis
2148.15 
Hello

Is there a possibiltiy to get PaQ's video offline? It's very difficult to look and to work with only one screen.

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 From:  Apophis
2148.16 
Resume

My work is done :-)
Step by step with fabulous description.
Two questions stay. First the image below. The edges in the middle ( red arrow ) couldn't be used with fillets. I don't know why, because there are the same edges like in PaQ's Turtorial.
I've a suspicion. My workstation
(Computer Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6420 @ 2.13GHz 2.05 GHz, 2,00 GB RAM with Winxp seems to be overstrained. Is MoI developed for dual core processor? Any activity with bigger meshes work very slow. If I compare my MoI and the application from PaQ there are many differences.





Regards

Michael
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 From:  PaQ
2148.17 In reply to 2148.16 
Hi Apophis,

First for you performance problem, check this in the options settings :



- Unchecking the 'add detail to inflections' will boost MoI.

I don't think MoI is multithreaded for the moment, so you should have mostly the same speed as in the video (quad 3.0 here).

For the fillet problem, it's a question of sequence to respect :



The edge you're pointing should be filleted before the side surface.
(You can still correct it, I can create an other quick video this evening)

For the offline video, I have to check how I can do that using the screencast service.

EDITED: 3 Dec 2015 by PAQ

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 From:  PaQ
2148.18 In reply to 2148.14 
Thanks Pilou, Wink seems to create nice video too. I Will have a look at this this evening, I hope it's possible to edit the movie after recording (I moslty need some cutting tool).
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
2148.19 In reply to 2148.18 
Of course yes you can edit anything ;)
Key delete is your friend :)
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 From:  BurrMan
2148.20 In reply to 2148.15 
Right click and "save target as"... Play with browser on local machine.

http://www.exeink.com/caps/rip/full_pump.swf

Screen cast pumps it out as a "50 MB" file. Trying to re-encode it now to bring the size down.

[EDIT]
Gave up on trying to re-encode it. If you want it locally download the 50 mb file.
It wont be there forever! at least a few weeks.

Some browsers wont play the native flash file. I've attached an html file that will play the flash video. It must be in the same place as the flash file.
[EDIT]

EDITED: 19 Jun 2012 by BURRMAN

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