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Raytracer Contest 2009 @ ETH

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Here is the reason why It was very quiet on my blog in the last months: In the ‘Computer Graphics’ lecture at ETH Z├╝rich, Fabian and I had to implemented a raytracer from scratch. In the last week we rendered a video, which was the winning submission in the final rendering contest. You can download the video here or watch it on Youtube.



Written by Simon Wenner

December 30, 2009 at 11:13 pm

Posted in blender, ETH, graphics

Video editing with Blender

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Video editing support is still very poor on Linux. Until Kdenlive or Pitivi mature you should give Blender a try. Even if you are not into 3D.

Check out this presentation by Bassam Kurdali (ogg) at the Libre Graphics Meeting 2009. He shows how to setup the interface, split and merge clips and use filters and transitions.

Written by Simon Wenner

May 30, 2009 at 4:31 pm

Posted in blender, howto