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TechnoRobbo

TR's FilmStrip (2014 - 8 -17)

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TechnoRobbo's FilmStrip 


make a proofsheet style image from a video


 


V1.0.2 adds keywords and preview for The Plugin Browser


V1.0.1 Fixes a with slider


 


Menu: Effects->Photo


 



Video found at Internet archive


https://ia600405.us.archive.org/24/items/ADaysPleasure/ADaysPleasure_512kb.mp4


 


 


Stripper.png?raw=1


 


The Plugin and the Windows Media Player Support Files


(install all 3 files in the effects folder)


TRsFilmStripPlgIn.zip


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Ooh! That looks interesting!

 

By the way, what software do you use to record your PDN?

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Uploaded v 1.0.1 to fix a bug I thought I fixed before but the code was still there. Oops
 

By the way, what software do you use to record your PDN?

Microsoft Expressions
 

Is it possible to have the plugin do the options in the first post of this topic: http://forums.getpai...mbine-tutorial/

That looks like a job for Scriptlab. 
 

Looks interesting - Thank you   :beer:

Your Welcome.

 

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Does look good! - thanks

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Typical case where Paint.NET would need a different plugin type which allows to create new images (surfaces) of any size (accessible via. a 'Create...' menu popup in file menu (like in Gimp)).

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Midora, I like that idea! Particularly in these cases where each frame could be a new layer.

I'm sure it's a lower priority since the artists far out number the programmers.

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Uploaded v 1.0.1 to fix a bug I thought I fixed before but the code was still there. Oops

 

Microsoft Expressions

 

That looks like a job for Scriptlab. 

 

Your Welcome.

 

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Oh, okay, so who would get the script to work in script lab and how would it work?

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We are very off topic. 

 

Most of the example you gave are not film strips - it's the same image tiled,then processed through numerous filters. The last one is a filmstrip. Also processed through several effects. Have you tried playing around with effects in Paint.net and the effects offered on this board? Once you have found the effects you like you can layer them in Scriptlab and save them for repeatability. So the ultimate answer to your question is you.

 

Here's an example using Rotate/Zoom and my ColorHMS Plugin

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