Anyone using pvmpov for animations?
RSchilling at affiliatedhealth.org
Thu Jan 11 11:05:50 PST 2001
I'll be using pvmpov when I get around to it. As for motion capture
software, try Aero, written by the University of Stuttgart in germany. I
forget the ftp site address, but it's something like ftp.uni-stuttgart . .
. Try the whois service to find the site.
Here's something I put together using Povray (Windows 95) and Aero:
Aero did the physical modeling, and generated the Povray scene files. Povray
did the rendering (this function will be replaced by pvmpov when I get it
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nigel Weeks [mailto:nigel at aims.com.au]
> Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2001 4:33 PM
> To: Beowulf (E-mail)
> Subject: Anyone using pvmpov for animations?
> Dear Fellow wulfers
> I'm setting up a resonably small cluster for my sister who's
> into fashion
> design, using povray to render human models with costumes.
> This parts easy, but I can't get it to process animations via
> an .ini file -
> it keeps segfaulting.
> Please, this is off topic, so reply offlist, but I'm
> wondering if anyone
> uses beowulf clusters specifically for pvmpov.
> Also, know of any open-source motion-capture software for Linux?
> Could make bending the models a little quicker if it would
> just wrap around
> a stick model sampled from a video source.
> Thanks heaps for your time!!
> Nigel Weeks
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