Dream Studio

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  • TrueSpace
    • Frames
      • A Frame is one part of an animation, Key Frames in True space is an editor which allows you to edit the key frames using curve functions.
    • Layers
      • Truespace uses layers when creating different 3D graphics and images to make it easy to access and edit certain parts of the images
    • Libraries
      • Libraries in Truespace is where you can store all your drawings and images. You can then use these to create and import your animations.
    • Tweening
      • Tweening is the process of generating frames between two images to give the appearance that the image has changed and evolved into another image smoothly to give the illusion of movement. Tweening within Dream Studio is easy to use as it is a free and open source.
    • Preloaders
      • A Preloader is the loading screen before you open up a file. It is used in lots of software as it takes a long time to open the file, preloaders makes sure everything is loaded correctly and already loaded within the software so it loads quickly.
    • Scripts
      • TrueSpace uses scripting from programs such as Java Script, Python, Visual Basic which means it is compatible with other animation software. It gives the user a choice of what script they would like to use.
    • Tools
      • Animation Frames- This tool gives many different options and features  to edit and animate.
      • Realistic Effects- There are lots of effects within truespace such as transparency, shadows and many other tools to use to make more realistic animations.
    • Rendering
      • Photo realistic Rendering- True Ray Tracing, provides photo realistic rendering by creating accurate reflections and refractions.
    • Modeling
      • Truespace has advanced and powerful modeling for 2D and 3D models, you can build smooth looking shapes and shape them however you like with different techniques such as morphing and deformation.


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