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    Good evening,

    how does one embed a youtube video on here.. im currently working an a 3ds max render
    i would like to showcase it on here but dont know how to embed a youtube video

    anyone know how.. ive looked in FAQ and cant find anything
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    use "yt" as bb code in square brackets.
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    What are the things under the first layer supposed to be? Also, is this your first render?
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    they were supposed to be creepy worms lol.. there actually butterflies from dreamscene.org.. i just used them as a displacement map.. this is my first render in a while.. very low res and basic.. just messing about really.. not putting my mind to anything major.. kind a doodling
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    Now their oscillation makes a lot more sense. :laugh:

    Nonetheless, simple stuff like this is the path many others have to take to learn, so it's refreshing - and a bit of a throwback to early 3D - to see something that isn't extremely complex once in a while.
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    Thanks, i love old school graphics, while im a fan of modern graphics there all a bit to real..
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    another doodle

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    4500 frames using mental ray and lots of raytracing - 4 seconds per frame render time - 3 hours total render time
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    Nice work, but maybe next time miss out the windows movie maker style text and lense flare ;)
    I remember spending 10 minutes on 3DSMax, the first tutorial was to make a spoon. Gave up and uninstalled. So props to you for actually doing stuff. Who knows, maybe you'll get good.
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