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    Default Testing laserboy

    Ok, so im testing laserboy to see what i can do with it.

    This is file #1, nothing special, just some bouncing circles.

    This file took 5 min to make and i had no idea what i was going for.

    its basically just me screwing with a circle in laserboy.

    more to come...

    also if there are a crapload of extra frames at the end, its because i opened it was messing with it in spaghetti
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeperx View Post
    Ok, so im testing laserboy to see what i can do with it.

    This is file #1, nothing special, just some bouncing circles.

    This file took 5 min to make and i had no idea what i was going for.

    its basically just me screwing with a circle in laserboy.

    more to come...

    also if there are a crapload of extra frames at the end, its because i opened it was messing with it in spaghetti

    If you work it out let me know or prduce a tutorial
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    LaserBoy does not interpolate the blanking lines/removes in-between blanking points under certain circumstances (e.g. when reordering segments to shorten blanking paths).
    I wrote a message to James asking if he could add an option for that, huge blanking jumps are a torture for the scanners.

    Attached your ILDA with a little optimization.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeperx View Post
    also if there are a crapload of extra frames at the end, its because i opened it was messing with it in spaghetti
    I might know what you are talking about. When Spaghetti exports to an ILDA file it exports all frames, even blanks ones, up until the end of the audio file. One of these days I will change that so it makes more sense. Additionally, I am going to add a feature so you can export a snippet of the time line. This will let you use the layers to create little complex animations and then save them out as ILDA files and reuse them.

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    well i think that if the GUI of spaghetti (and later pasta shooter) were to find SOME common ground with the utility of laserboy.. we would really have something.

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    The common ground is ILDA files.

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    Dare i ask "what format" ? ....

    all the best ... Karl

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    You just had to get the pointy stick out didn't ya !!

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    THIS IS NOT GOING TO BE A FORMAT WAR THREAD!

    i wish i could open a self moderated thread...

    decix, thanks for the opt ilda file..

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    LaserBoy and Spaghetti support multiple common formats. There are no format issues there.

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