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folder Cameras (1)
Using and Manipulating Cameras in FrameForge Previz Studio
folder Demo Version (2)
Questions, Issues and Tricks about the Demo Version of FrameForge 3D Studio
folder Exporting (10)
Exporting Options and Issues
folder FrameForge 3D Studio Files (5)
Questions, Tips and Issues having to do with saving, loading and file formats.
folder Importing (12)
Tips, Tricks and Issues with Importing various things such as scripts, images, panoramas and 3D Objects.
folder Installation (11)
General Installation Issues
folder Lights and Shadows (10)
Tips, Tricks and Issues About Creating Lights and Shadows
folder Object Manipulation (35)
Tips, Tricks and Issues of Object Manipulation
folder Posing Actors (19)
Tips, Tricks and Issues about Posing Actors within FrameForge 3D Studio
folder Printing (3)
folder Program Options / Preferences (3)
Discussion and tips on various program preferences
folder Registration / Copy Protection (4)
folder Relationships (7)
folder Running FrameForge 3D Studio (11)
folder Sets (Building, Sharing and Re-Using) (20)
Tips, Tricks and Issues relating to Sets, Set Building and how you can share and re-use Sets
folder Shot Manager and Snapped Shots (8)
Tips, Questions and Tricks concerning Snapped Shots and the Shot Manager
folder Stereographic 3D Functionality
In order to use the Stereographic 3D Functionality, you need to have a licensed copy of the Stereographic Edition of FrameForge Previz STudio 3 or later
folder Textures (Images) (9)
Using Textures (or 2D images) with FrameForge 3D Studio
folder Tweening (13)
Tweening is an automatic function which creates "tweens" or in-between frames, averaging the positions and settings of cameras, actors and any other object on the set to create anything from simple animatics to full-on animation


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