T.I.N.A. YouTube tutorials

Martin Flink from FlinkDimensions created some really cool tutorial videos – enjoy! 🙂


5 comments on “T.I.N.A. YouTube tutorials

  1. Hi, I am a sci-math-comp-activist geek Musician from Mumbai, i have made some fractals and i have some svg files which i want to iterate into better fractals, i was told i could do that using jwildfire, but i am still am neither able to understand how to use the png i mage that i created nor the svg that i have with me, i am using windows 8.1 &have the 2.00BETA2 running at this time.

    • thargor6 on said:

      Hi, please always use the forum for such stuff, as everybody else may also want to learn from it. To use images/svg’s just use the image/svg-variation.


  2. I’ve just downloaded this awesome software. I’ve read that to create animations, you either set the output to png, to save the frames as individual images, to then assemble in another program. or save as an swf. Though in the version I’m using, there doesn’t seem to be a button to change the output or even the quality when in the movie maker tab. What am I missing?

    here’s a screenshot http://i.imgur.com/6q1fAQE.jpg

    • thargor6 on said:

      To make the movie-generating-process more robust it is strictly divided into three steps:
      – Generate the fractal params for each frame (using the Easy Movie Maker or Dancing Flames Movies -module). Each fractal parameter is stored as separate file.
      – Render the images by using the Batch renderer (using any resolution or quality settings you want). You can cancel the rendering process at any time and continue it later. I. e., the renderer creates only images which are not in place yet. I.e. to re-render all images you must delete them
      – Use the generated frames (and maybe a cool sound) to generate a movie you may upload to Youtube etc. Currently, the movie-encoding is not supported by JWildfire directly, because it is a rather complex task and I have not found any satisfying (free) components which I could include into the program to do the job. But there are a couple of free programms out there, e. g.:
      – FFmpeg
      – Windows Live Movie Maker

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


HTML tags are not allowed.