A quick test of the new Rutt Etra simulator MSG processor. I'm processing each of the rgb channels with a different Rutt Etra simulator, then flipping the rgb image and max compositing it with itself for the symmetry.
"Yes that image did result from a temporal displacement IpOp. I am sorry to say that I was not nearly as surgical as you are attempting to be. I proccesed the whole 4300 frame of the source with a single Temporal op. The IPOp was one of those that…"
"I also work in a similar way in some of my abstract work, I certainly understand this process. While referring to the core the the new renders also establish a narrative in some of my stuff.
There was a video on Vimeo, if you don't mind…"
"I had a hard drive crash and have to reinstall my screen recording software, so I can't completely show what's happening. I understand the option click. Of course as you suggest it works with any action step I've tried other…"
"You just option click the appropriate keyframe in the PASEq Timeline to record a new keyframe for an existing action step. The option clicked keyframe will then turn red.
By option click, i mean hold down the option key and then click the keyframe…"
"No major secrets to be kept Mark. I have used Temporal image processing. With Abstracts like I am doing I am not trying to achieve a specific result. I use them to create new versions of previously rendered frames so that I can generate a longer…"
"Okay, I wasn't clear on that - and was trying both between a loaded movie layer and the PASeq action commands because I was unsure so thanks. But I'm still stuck on what was mentioned - that I'm changing parameters in the Temporal…"