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Brian Charles
Newton Physics Engine for After Effects
on May 26, 2011 at 9:41:25 pm

I'm sure some of you have seen this but I thought I'd post here.

http://www.motionboutique.com/index.php?RubID=14&LangueID=1


I have no affiliation whatsoever with Motion Boutique, I'm just looking forward to the product launch.


If you can understand French this demonstration is amazing:

http://vimeo.com/23828229




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Adriano Moraes
Re: Newton Physics Engine for After Effects
on May 27, 2011 at 6:24:54 am

Man I´ve already seen that and have been tripping on my jaw ever since.

It looks great. How long have we been waiting?!?!

Just hope it doesn´t come more expensive than the software itself...not that it´s not worth it.


Cheers.

ninguem
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Roland R. Kahlenberg
Re: Newton Physics Engine for After Effects
on May 27, 2011 at 2:32:45 pm

That looks really tasty Brian. I'm wondering if it'll work in 3D mode and how it'll interact with other AE layers.

Cheers
RoRK

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Walter Soyka
Re: Newton Physics Engine for After Effects
on May 27, 2011 at 2:56:35 pm

Ladies and gentlemen, introducing 2D rigid body dynamics: 2011's answer to the lens flare.

[Roland R. Kahlenberg] "I'm wondering if it'll work in 3D mode and how it'll interact with other AE layers."

I think it's 2D-only, and since all the keyframes are baked ahead of time, it won't interact with any layers not included in the initial simulation.

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Brian Charles
Re: Newton Physics Engine for After Effects
on May 27, 2011 at 6:29:11 pm

[Walter Soyka] "2011's answer to the lens flare.
"


True that. However it will make for some interesting animations. The fact that its baked in doesn't bother me, it will be interesting to see how flexible it is.

The French demo shows it in action, one feature is that it can generate a new comp based on the selected comp so you'll be able to tweak settings and variations to taste.



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Adriano Moraes
Re: Newton Physics Engine for After Effects
on May 30, 2011 at 6:36:07 pm

[Walter Soyka] "2011's answer to the lens flare."

Indeed. But it´ll have to put up a good fight against Magic Bullet Looks to win this one.

ninguem
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