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The camera is on the negative z axis, at (x,y)=(0,0). The point of interest for the camera is in the center of the composition. The camera zoom is set according to the field of view in the Vanishing Point scene.
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PaulTuersley provides a script on the AE Enhancers website that turns alayered PSD file into a 3D scene in After Effects. The script createsa composition and adds expressions to the layers from the PSD file.When you move the layers along the z axis, the scene looks exactlylike the original artwork through the Active Camera view. You cananimate the camera around the scene to see that the layers are at differentdepths in 3D space.
After Effects can import 3D-image files saved in SoftimagePIC, RLA, RPF, OpenEXR, and Electric Image EI format. These 3D-imagefiles contain red, green, blue, and alpha (RGBA) channels, as wellas auxiliary channels with optional information, such as z depth,object IDs, texture coordinates, and more.
After Effects treats each composited 3D file from another applicationas a single 2D layer. That layer, as a whole, can be given 3D attributesand treated like any After Effects 3D layer, but the objects containedwithin that 3D file cannot be manipulated individually in 3D space.To access the 3D depth information and other auxiliary channel informationin 3D image files, use the 3D Channel effects. (See 3DChannel effects.)
After Effects can also import baked camera data, including focallength, film size, and transformation data, from Maya project filesas a single composition or two compositions. (See Bakingand importing Maya data.)
Similarly, Electric Image (EI) files can have associated EIZfiles with z-depth channel data. As with ZPIC files, you cannotimport EIZ files into After Effects; instead, you simply store themin the same folder as the EI files. For information about creatingEIZ files, see your Electric Image documentation.
A common technique when working in a 3D modeling applicationis to insert null objects, such as null lights or null locator nodesin the locations where you want to composite in an image in AfterEffects. Then, after you have imported the 3D file into After Effects,you can use these null objects as a reference for the placementsof other visual elements.
Lutz Albrecht provides a two-part document on the Adobe website about integrating 3D applications with After Effects. These articles cover the creation of UV maps, mattes, and channels from various 3D applications, including Maxon Cinema 4D, NewTek Lightwave, and Luxology modo. The articles then show you how to use RE:Vision Effects RE:Map and fnord ProEXR plug-ins to use that data in After Effects.
Dave Scotland provides a pair of tutorials on the CG Swot website in which he demonstrates how to create RPF files in a 3D application and how to use RPF files in After Effects. The first part explains the RPF format and how to create RPF files in 3DS Max. The second part shows how to use the Object ID and Z depth information in an RPF file within After Effects, using the ID Matte, Depth of Field, Depth Matte, and Fog 3D effects.
Using 3D tracking completes camera movements so that additional elements can be composited into the scene to make it appear to honor the same camera movement. The 3D camera tracker effect analyzes video sequences to extract camera motion and 3D scene data. The 3D camera motion allows you to correctly composite 3D elements over your 2D footage. To know more about 3D camera tracker feature, see Tracking 3D camera movement.
The tutorial Use Cinema 4D Lite with After Effects cameras and lights explains how to create an After Effects comp with cameras, lights, and solid layers, and then open it in Cinema 4D Lite to add 3D objects.
After Effects imports camera data from Maya project files. Before importing Maya camera information, you need to bake it. Baking camera data makes it easier to animate with keyframes later in your project. Baking places a keyframe at each frame of the animation. You can have 0, 1, or a fixed number of keyframes for each camera or transform property. For example, if a property is not animated in Maya, either no keyframes are set for this property or one keyframe is set at the start of the animation. If a property has more than one keyframe, it must have the same number as all of the other animation properties with more than one keyframe.
Reduce import time by creating or saving the simplest Maya file possible. In Maya, reduce keyframes by deleting static channels before baking, and save a version of the Maya project that contains the camera animation only.
The following transformation flags are not supported: query,relative, euler, objectSpace, worldSpace, worldSpaceDistance, preserve,shear, scaleTranslation, rotatePivot, rotateOrder, rotateTranslation,matrix, boundingBox, boundingBoxInvisible, pivots, CenterPivots,and zeroTransformPivots. After Effects skips these unsupported flags,and no warnings or error messages appear.
If the Maya project has a nonsquare pixel aspect ratio, AfterEffects creates two compositions. The first composition, which hasa filename prefixed by Square, is a square-pixel compositioncontaining the camera data. The second, or parent,composition is a nonsquare-pixel composition that retains the dimensionsof the original file and contains the square-pixel composition.When working with imported camera data, use 3D layers and square-pixelfootage in the square-pixel composition, and use all nonsquare-pixelfootage in the containing composition.
After Effects can read Maya locator nodes, which enable you totrack objects from the Maya scene as it is translated into AfterEffects. After Effects creates a null layer and applies the relevanttransformations to it if the name of a Maya locator node containsthe word Null, NULL, or null.Avoid parenting locator nodes to each other in Maya; instead, parentthe locator nodes to geometry.
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There are two unused games on the disc. Archive files for Rampage (a licensed game) and Skate Boardin' (the only game by Absolute Entertainment that was left out) remain in the CLASSICS\rpf2 directory, under the names rampage1.rpf and skatebo1.rpf, respectively.
There are 41 different patches earned through completing various objectives, generally in line with the objectives to get said patches back in the 1980s... but a 42nd patch, named PitfallI.rtt, is located in the CLASSICS\ptext1 folder.
A poster that went unused due to featuring licensed games that are not in this compilation (such as Double Dragon, Ikari Warriors, and Kung-Fu Master), some Atari-published games (none of which were planned for inclusion on the disc), and cover art for some CCE (Brazil) releases of Atari games.
A total of 50 thumbnails of the game cartridge art, arranged in alphabetical order, is loaded into memory. This includes the two disabled games and thumbnail artwork for the Unknown Game, but the artwork for Atlantis is not present. Baseball is located between Oink! and Pitfall! due to its full name being Pete Rose Baseball. For some reason, the artwork for Skate Boardin', F-14 Tomcat, Thwocker, and Title Match Wrestling are blurred out.
The final game included 12 songs, but it looks like it originally had 25! Judging from the file names, these songs included 99 Red Balloons by Nena, Relax by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Come On Eileen by Dexys Midnight Runners, 867-5309/Jenny by Tommy Tutone, Whip It by Devo, and other songs by Dead or Alive, After The Fire, Def Leppard, Men At Work, Quiet Riot, Talk Talk, The Fixx, The Gogos, and The Knack.
When the game was announced, the developers said that you would be able to download additional games from the Activision Anthology website and play them on your system... but according to the game's producer, Sony requested that the feature be removed at the last minute. Despite that, the web browser was kept in-game to render the game manuals, and some leftover graphics are loaded into RAM.
Plus there are textures for an old-school modem, with a little 1980s gag. Presumably, you'd select the modem to go online. That's most likely why the final game has a phone in the menu that cannot be selected.
The Activision Anthology website, as it was originally planned, was abandoned shortly before the game was released. Some captures of the site can be seen via the Internet Archive, although most of the pages captured prior to 2003 contain placeholder text. The website was overhauled in 2003 with a Flash-based interface and the old pages were removed, leaving no trace of the original site design.
A copy of Eric Kobach's Stella Properties File (stella.pro), dated April 21, 2002, is present in the CLASSICS\data\ folder. The Atari 2600 emulator on the disc is based on Stella, a well-known 2600 emulator. Releases from 2002 used the contents of stella.pro to identify games based on their CRC data, and applied display settings where needed, startup settings, and other game notes.
What's curious about this file is that it mentions several effects that are not used in the game! 3D Pixels, Perspective, Viewshift, Shadow, Eerie, Depth Blur, Retro, Zoom, Channels, Edges, Splatter, LED, and Pulse are not available. All the other effects can be unlocked in the game.
Currently, if you are downloading using the Rockstar (Social Club) download manager, you are downloading the same file over and over again using the filenames of the files it should download. In my case it was x64t.rpf (1,79GB) (and what I see here is that most people have the same problem). 041b061a72