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bmwaddicted49
Anyone try it? Looking around forums about that virtualrig-studio program I read people saying its really a dumbed down version of 3ds max. I don't have any CGI experience and haven't been able to find any useful tutorials or write ups on adding motion blur to still pictures like I intend to.

Any help or thought is appreciated
Seethegrim
I can't afford VirtualRig software, so I've been writing to Adobe like a crazy mofo telling them if they don't bring out vector blurring in their next installment of photoshop, I might go postal on their ass.

Essentially thats what it all is. Vector blurring. Instead of being able to blur in 1 direction (radial, horizontal motion, etc) it allows you to create that curved blur you get in real life.

I have zero CGI experience too, so I can't even explore the 3ds option.
bmwaddicted49
after asking around on some cgi forums 3dsmax will not work for this after all sad.gif only animated footage not 2d images. sad.gif

i wish i could afford the program!! head.gif
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