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Animating 3D Assemblies or Scenes

Animating 3D Assemblies or Scenes

Animating 3D Assemblies or Scenes

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Is it possible to Animate 3D Models. I would like to make a presentation for a concept design with Animation to communicate intent more clearly.

Thanks in Advance for your Assistance!

RE: Animating 3D Assemblies or Scenes


Dear gla1;

I deal with some graphic artists and they told me they could animate my desktop 5 models using Macromedia Flash. You may wish to check this out.

Regards Adrian

RE: Animating 3D Assemblies or Scenes

Adrian2,

Thanks for your assistance.

GDC2557

RE: Animating 3D Assemblies or Scenes

Dear gla1,

I have animated some objects with microsoft frontpage. It is not that easy and may take some time but will get the job done. You need to save your rendered images as a file, then trnsform them into a .jpeg to a .gif then to a .tif.  You need to save each frame until you are satisfied with the animation. You then put them into a slide show and fidget around with the time constraints and you have an animated object. Remember this is not the easiest way but the software was available.

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