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  1. I tried a 10000x10000, PDN froze, but with 5000x5000 it worked. First it started finishing (took time), then it started initializing (also longer then normal), but the rendering process took only a split second. Done with the blur effect from above on some clouds. My guess is I was too impatient with the 10000x10000. I wonder what happens in the finishing and initiating parts of the effect rendering cycle and how does my effect come in? Maybe I should move some code around to do the rendering at the correct time, note: it is an Effect, not PropertyBasedEffect. By the way, I want to take in no
  2. @Rick: As I said to EER, the request was only made under the assumption there were no more errors. As Cookies pointed out that assumption was wrong. Hence the request is no longer valid. @Cookies: The new version wasn't supposed to help with the crash. Did you use anything specific? Or just run it a couple of times with simple code? BTW, sorry I used "Cookie" instead of using "Cookies", I didn't notice. Edit: The fragment shader stuff works differently then PDN with what's up and what's down. In OpenGL the coordinates (0, 0) are located on the left bottom. In PDN (0, 0) is the left top. Do
  3. @EER: Yes, the request was only made under the assumption there were no major bugs. @Cookie: Could you send me the error log from PDN (if any) from when it crashed? Fixed the source flipping issue, I flipped the source, because OpenGL needs it to be flipped, the only problem is I never flipped it back. So the second render time it was flipped again and the third time another time etc. So basically all I had to do was flip the source twice per render.
  4. Request for this thread to be moved to the other plugins, please. Thanks in advance.
  5. Hello again everybody, This is my third plugin, I hope you'll all enjoy it. This uses OpenGL to increase speed and the OpenTK to simplify things for me. Thanks go to Madjik, I couldn't have done this (not that I'm finished) without using his GenTree source as general structure. The plugin can be found under Advanced > OpenPDN. As the description states this plugin brings GLSL to PDN. GLSL is a C-based language used to write shaders. In my plugin I supply the user with the width, height and source of the surface. These are accessible in code through WIDTH, HEIGHT and SRC. WIDTH and HEIGHT
  6. After some messing around with my code, I found that a perspective blur wasn't possible (not without a huge workaround). The result isn't as good as you might expect. So you'll have to do with the current version.
  7. Thanks guys, this plugin is only a logical "spin-off" of zoom blur. So requests are logical, I can remember at least one other (negative zoom blur). @cj: This plugin is pretty much exactly what you asked for, so great minds think the same. While thinking about this, I had this idea: what if the plugin would blur in perspective (like atmospheric perspective, objects (read: "pixels") close to the vanishing point are blurred more then objects further away, of course this would be optional. So what do you think?
  8. @Cookies: Thanks for pointing that out. Will fix it on next update. After some research and another mind destroying one hour trip in the tube, I came across something one might call a bug (no errors, don't worry). On next update distance from pixel in the "step loop" will affect how much they affect the colour of "current pixel". In plain common English, it will look better. Also possible new icon (instead of blank bitmap) and I increase the possibility of updating this weekend (now assumption worthy). Even more, when I'm explaining stuff the plugin does, I notice to use certain words to de
  9. Ok guys, thanks for your great response. I might add some functions this weekend, if I have nothing better to do. (Surprisingly I also have a life) @n d: Source added, even some comments (lucky guy). I don't know how experienced you're with C#, so if you've any questions, feel free to ask. I actually copied half my code from MadJik's codelab to indirectUI (somewhere in plugin development), so you might want to take a sneak peak there as well.
  10. Thanks guys, this plugin was the reason I started learning C#. I missed it, so now we're united. If anyone has any functions, he would look to see implemented in the plugin, feel free to ask. BTW, if anyone would like a look at the source, feel free to ask. Note: no comments.
  11. PointBlur.zip Latest version: 1.4.9 Hello everyone, I'm back. Not with some easy to make image. No, I've got something you might actually use: Point Blur. Point Blur is a simple effect, doing the reverse of Zoom Blur. Whereas Zoom Blur blurs away from a certain point, Point Blur blurs to this point, hence Point Blur. A couple of therms used in replies: Point: the pixel, user defined, that's the centre of the point blur. Current pixel: a plugin steps through each pixel, the "current pixel" is the pixel, he is calculating the colour for. Step loop: the loop used to step through the pixel
  12. I bumped into it and at first I couldn't believe it (the odds). I'm still not fully convinced it's actually you though.
  13. Yeah, it's like when the add post came and the add at the top of the forum index went away, it took a while but after an ad-blocker I was fine.
  14. My school is shutting down it's... toilettes (because of the mess they are). I therefore spend at least 5 minutes laughing after I read the email. Now if you need to "go" you have to go to "The Desk" (our place where you have to go to for let's say going to the dentist and missing lessons because of it) and get a key for a rental toilet and go outside for your "business".
  15. I have to admit, you're getting better and better dpy. Also don't be afraid of adding plug-ins to your pack. It's your pack, so you should be allowed to advertise your own plug-ins.
  16. When rendering PDN uses all cores and all the CPU it can get so you will always use all your CPU when rendering, try checking your CPU when rendering a large image.
  17. Rubrica, this thought always helpes: "Could be worse, I could be ."
  18. Thanks for mentioning Oma, I haven't even noticed. Really nice stuff there.
  19. Rubrica, it gets worse at the age of 15, trust me, so like it or not you should try to get used to it. Watching Star Trek is a good idea, but when you do this you should take the time to start with the newest series and then work your way back, or else the shock of the special effects is too great and you will die. Happiness: My XML reader works and better then MS's.
  20. I'm sorry about the delay, I still had it on my to-do-list though. Things (Borderlands and Dragon Age: Origins) got in between. I'm glad you have learned to do anti-aliasing, maybe you should enter The Next Bill Gates. I tried it and it doesn't anti-alias the entire edge, some parts are left out and don't get anti-aliased, maybe it's got something to do with the condition for the anti-alias. But overall great result.
  21. I just found out that I can get Visual Studio 2008 for free (E: legally), including other stuff MS developed. Which means they just rose back to my top ten companies. E2: If you're interested they have called the project DreamSpark.
  22. I'm sticking with chrome's beta, using the gestures extension I can browse twice as fast. It's just as stable as the actual release, which means 0 crashes ever.
  23. Bons choses venons Ć”, qui attendons. That sentence was probably wrong, but I don't really speak good French.
  24. Het is een zoektocht die hem door half Europa leidde, waaronder Engeland, Byzantiƫ and tenslotte de buitenwijken van Bagdad. ^ should learn topography and the difference between a person and a language.
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