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John (ProComGer) | 6 years ago | 3 comments | 3,297 views


is it possible to create the well-known "Matrix time freeze effect"?

Something like in the video above.

I would like to apply this nice effect to a particle layer of BluffTitler.

Any ideas or suggestions?

Thanks in advance


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I do not know if this can be done in blufftitler,

It can be done in blender apparently which is free to download and there are even tutorials how to make this.

So you can make this now, and you do not have to wait until you get it from here. ;)

komies, 6 years ago

Take a look at this show that comes with the latest installer:

Particle Effects \ BulletTime.BT

michiel, 6 years ago

@ komies: Thank you for the hint, but I am also using Blender for many years. I do still use Blender today and I do know how to create this effect in Blender, but I was curious whether this can also be done in BluffTitler.
What I don't like in Blender are the long render durations and even sometimes the amount of steps needed to create an animation. I am lucky having found the fantastic BluffTitler software, because it is many times faster than Blender and I do also save a lot of time. I need less steps in BluffTitler to create a show and it has an easy-to-use GUI. I have never experienced any other 3D software before which is so fast and powerful and allows you to create impressive shows just within a few steps. BluffTitler is definitely COOL :).

@ Michiel: OH YES! Sure. I forgot to apply the "Explosion" property to a particle layer. Awesome! I am really impressed. Thanks for the show, Michiel! :)

John (ProComGer), 6 years ago

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