CBPaint: Progressive Scan

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Lou Bruno
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CBPaint: Progressive Scan

Post by Lou Bruno » 20 Dec 2007, 01:21

Is there any way to give a scene a progressive scan appearance?

I have CB PAINT 2.

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Post by Mike » 20 Dec 2007, 13:14

Hello !

Could you give more details of what do you want to do please ?
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Post by Lou Bruno » 20 Dec 2007, 20:47

I want to give a 30 frame per second look or even a 24 frame per second-NTSC.

I tried the consolve menu to no avail. I can't figure out how to adjust the parameters in CB PAINT 2.

Mike wrote:Hello !

Could you give more details of what do you want to do please ?

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Post by Mike » 21 Dec 2007, 15:16

In CBP2, it's not possible to change/modify the format ( frame rate, pixel ratio, ... ) of a cbpaint project.
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Post by Hervé » 21 Dec 2007, 15:59

Lou Bruno wrote:I want to give a 30 frame per second look or even a 24 frame per second-NTSC.
Shrink your layer without interpolation and and after stretch it at his original size.
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Post by Lou Bruno » 27 Dec 2007, 00:04

I don't believe there is a way to interpolate in CB PAINT 2.

BTW: Is there a way we can get a section of the Bulletin Board dedicated for CB PAINT users? Thank you.
Hervé wrote:
Lou Bruno wrote:I want to give a 30 frame per second look or even a 24 frame per second-NTSC.
Shrink your layer without interpolation and and after stretch it at it's original size.

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Post by Hervé » 27 Dec 2007, 09:20

Lou Bruno wrote: BTW: Is there a way we can get a section of the Bulletin Board dedicated for CB PAINT users? Thank you.
OK, done, welcome to the dedicated forum for CBPaint.
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Post by Lou Bruno » 28 Dec 2007, 01:46

Thanks.....hope we can get some good input here from around the world.

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Lou Bruno wrote: BTW: Is there a way we can get a section of the Bulletin Board dedicated for CB PAINT users? Thank you.
OK, done, welcome to the dedicated forum for CBPaint.

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Post by Lou Bruno » 29 Dec 2007, 23:44

After I stretch the layer, do I render it out to the scene bin and repeat the process as a new layer at which time I shrink it back OR do I render everthing within CB PAINT via the layer?

BTW: I discovered by slightly reducing the aspect ratio of a layered scene, it appears to be a progressive look after rendering to my scne bin. I will have to experiment more.

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Lou Bruno wrote:I want to give a 30 frame per second look or even a 24 frame per second-NTSC.
Shrink your layer without interpolation and and after stretch it at his original size.

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Post by Lou Bruno » 02 Jan 2008, 00:24

I figured out a way to adjust the pixel ratio. I have to make a custom brush of the entire scene then EDIT and adjust the ratio.
Mike wrote:In CBP2, it's not possible to change/modify the format ( frame rate, pixel ratio, ... ) of a cbpaint project.

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Post by Lou Bruno » 02 Jan 2008, 00:25

Sorry, I was wrong. I can interpolate in the strectch and cut prompt box.
Lou Bruno wrote:I don't believe there is a way to interpolate in CB PAINT 2.

BTW: Is there a way we can get a section of the Bulletin Board dedicated for CB PAINT users? Thank you.
Hervé wrote:
Lou Bruno wrote:I want to give a 30 frame per second look or even a 24 frame per second-NTSC.
Shrink your layer without interpolation and and after stretch it at it's original size.

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