michiel | 15 years ago | 4 comments | 9 likes | 22,168 views
Here's a BluffTitler show we use at parties. People can enter a text on a computer and then it's displayed on a big screen flying around in 3D!
This animation loads some example texts from an XML file. My apologies for the hip language :)
The font used is PT Banana, I've added a link where you can download this font.
Good example of dynamic content. For example, say you wanted to make many shows with different styles yet the content (i.e. text) is the same. Then you just type the text once, and you can make a call to the XML file from any show you make. Or maybe you have many shorter XML files with standard phrases you use. Just thinking out loud here.
Thomasco, 15 years ago
You're absolutely right Thomasco!
The .XML file contains the content and the .BT show file its presentation. It's a bit like HTML and CSS. The big difference is that BluffTitler works in glorious 3D!!!
michiel, 15 years ago
Hi, help please how did you make a dynamic content text.
tosin, 11 years ago
More info about dynamic content can be found on this page of the user guide:
michiel, 11 years ago
Michiel den Outer is the founder and lead coder of Outerspace Software. He lives in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
If he isn't busy improving BluffTitler, he is playing the piano or rides the Dutch dikes on his bikes.
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