4096x4096 are hardwired constants right now. I'll see if I can add something to let you work around that limit, but it may not always work due to limitations on memory (32b apps) and surface sizes (GPU limit for OpenGL rendering). If I ever finish making Anim8or a 64b app it will get better.
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on: September 04, 2018, 09:52:14 pm


Started by thecolclough  Last post by Steve  
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on: September 04, 2018, 09:22:28 pm


Started by thecolclough  Last post by thecolclough  
as of a few days ago, i'm running a dualmonitor setup, and i wanted to try and create a wideangle render to use as a wallpaper that can split across the two screens. unfortunately i haven't got far because current Anim8or releases limit the render resolution to 4096 pixels in each direction, whereas my screens have a combined resolution of 5120 x 1440.
so... once you've finished recovering from your hdd crash, steve, don't suppose you could look into bumping the limit up a bit? unless it's already possible to change that setting, in which case can somebody point me to the relevant dialogue? 
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on: September 03, 2018, 09:13:12 pm


Started by SomariHater  Last post by SomariHater  
Thanks Steve. That helps me clarify a bit. Here's what I've been able to reverse engineer (C# code):
Code: [Select] struct Vector The above code is not optimized for clarity and simplicity. It looks like in Figure mode Anim8or actually uses YXZ Euler angles, that is a negative Y rotation is applied first then a negative X rotation then a negative Z rotation. It also looks like in Sequence mode Anim8or uses XZY Euler angles, that is a positive X rotation is applied first then a positive Z rotation then a positive Y rotation. This time I made sure all the signs are correct, and I tested X, Y, and Z angles. In my previous posts I was wrong in some of my statements since I ignored flipped signs and didn't test X rotations. I will post corrections if I find that I made a mistake. Let me know if you think there is a problem with my sample code. 
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on: September 03, 2018, 04:24:35 pm


Started by SomariHater  Last post by Steve  
The convention that Anim8or uses is:
Looking down an axis in the negative direction, a positive rotation turns clockwise. Some applications do the opposite. Here is a simple axis model and a drawing: 
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on: September 03, 2018, 02:33:08 pm


Started by SomariHater  Last post by SomariHater  
Yes. I read that, and I've read similar posts like this one: http://www.anim8or.com/smf/index.php/topic,4861.msg35328.html#msg35328. However, it seems like the writeup doesn't answer this question, and an answer was never determined in that other post.
The angles in figure mode match the writeup and match what I expect for euler angles. For instance, if I increase the "yaw" or angle about the y axis in figure mode, when viewed from the top, the object spins clockwise (which is consistent with the "simple Euler rotations" in the writeup). However, sequence mode isn't behaving like I expect. For instance, if I increase the angle about the y axis in sequence mode, when viewed from the top, the figure spins counterclockwise. In figure mode, if I apply a Y angle of 45 degrees, and a Z angle of 45 degrees, when viewed from the top, the object tilts to the bottom right. In sequence mode, if I apply a Y angle of 45 degrees, and a Z angle of 45 degrees, when viewed from the top, the object tilts left with a twist. I'm probably making a stupid mistake somewhere, but the angles don't seem to mean the same thing in figure and sequence mode. I think if the writeup showed how the axes moved in sequence mode and the order of the rotations, then I could understand better. 
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on: September 03, 2018, 07:35:58 am


Started by SomariHater  Last post by Raxx  
Have you looked at Steve's writeup here? http://www.anim8or.com/learn/technical/quaternions_and_anim8or/quaternions_and_anim8or.htm This topic has also been brought up a lot in the forums, you may find the answer to what you're looking for in the search results here.

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on: September 03, 2018, 03:00:28 am


Started by SomariHater  Last post by SomariHater  
I found LibAn8 (https://sourceforge.net/p/liban8/code/HEAD/tree/). It looks like it translates a "Joint Angles (XYZ)" of 0, 45, 45 into the quaternion (0.14645 0.35355 0.35355 0.85355). That is the same as how Anim8or translates a "Orientation (PYR)" of 0, 45, 45 except that the Y and Z positions are positive instead of negative.
That means, LibAn8 claims that an "Orientation (PYR)" of 0, 45, 45 is equivalent to a "Joint Angles (XYZ)" of 0, 45, 45 even though they give different results in Anim8or. I'm still confused. 
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on: September 02, 2018, 09:58:45 pm


Started by SomariHater  Last post by SomariHater  
I'm trying to figure out how to interpret the joint angles in the sequence section of an8 files. If someone could help me convert the joint angle into a quaternion or a rotation matrix or even XYZ Euler angles, that would be great. (It is okay to assume every keyframe has "X", "Y", and "Z" values for simplicity. I can figure out the interpolation. Also, assume there is just one bone besides the root bone. I can figure out the hierarchy.)
I am trying to reverse engineer it, but I'm getting lost (the an8 spec doesn't say how to interpret the value as far as I can tell). When I set the "Orientation (PYR)" of a bone in figure mode to 0, 45, 45, Anim8or saves a bone orientation quaternion of (0.14645 0.35355 0.35355 0.85355) into the figure section of the file. This is what I expect for XYZ Euler angles. However, if the "Orientation (PYR)" is 0, 0, 0 in figure mode, and I set the "Joint Angles (XYZ)" of a bone in sequence mode to 0, 45, 45, Anim8or displays a very different rotation than figure mode. By manually rotating the bone in sequence mode, I was able to figure out that a "Joint Angle (XYZ)" of 38.5, 61.4, 24.8 produces a similar result to a "Orientation (PYR)" of 0, 45, 45. I attached some pictures to show what I mean. So, if anyone could help me decode what "Joint Angle (XYZ)" means, that would be awesome. Thanks. Also, if you need more information let me know. 
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on: August 31, 2018, 08:13:47 pm


Started by Steve  Last post by Steve  
Yeah, I should make that more obvious somehow.

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on: August 31, 2018, 08:12:48 pm


Started by Steve  Last post by Steve  
It could be worse  at least I don't have a boss bugging me to work harder It's going a bit faster the second time. I have the multithread code finished and bunch of small things, and I'm working on the new bone editing now.
