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Curiosity Probe I - SpaceEngine Movie
TalismanDate: Tuesday, 29.11.2011, 03:00 | Message # 1
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Decided to make a little "scientific" style movie of a lander traveling to an unknown Terra, enjoy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYGDiZoD1gs





 
mustafa2812Date: Tuesday, 29.11.2011, 03:52 | Message # 2
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Wow that was reeeeally cool!!!!




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SpaceEngineerDate: Tuesday, 29.11.2011, 20:27 | Message # 3
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Cool. You almost showed future SpaceEngine gameplay.

If you set the FOV to 20°, you can obtain cinematic-like camera view. Try it in your next video smile

Also, cracks in landscape is horrible... Try setting 'BugCracks' to 'true' in 'main.cfg'

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TalismanDate: Tuesday, 29.11.2011, 21:13 | Message # 4
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Cool. You almost showed future SpaceEngine gameplay.

If you set the FOV to 20°, you can obtain cinematic-like camera view. Try it in your next video

Also, cracks in landscape is horrible... Try setting 'BugCracks' to 'true' in 'main.cfg'


Haha thanks, and I'll try that in the next one, I have a Nividia card and just thought that was a bug, turned on bugcracks now and it's fixed.





 
neutronium76Date: Tuesday, 29.11.2011, 21:35 | Message # 5
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Very very nice! well done!




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TalismanDate: Thursday, 07.06.2012, 02:00 | Message # 6
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Wow this video has gotten popular!

8,392

85 likes, 0 dislikes

Seems like it was featured on some website, I'm glad I could show so many people Space Engine. cool





 
SolarisDate: Thursday, 07.06.2012, 14:46 | Message # 7
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woaa , very inspiring !
very very cool Talisman, !
 
GameOverDate: Friday, 15.06.2012, 13:50 | Message # 8
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Nice video, I can see the planet is not rendered as it should be, you can still see the landscape details being generated while the video runs... is that normal? The new video capture based on screenshots is meant to prevent that, isn't it?




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DevonXDate: Friday, 15.06.2012, 14:42 | Message # 9
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Very cool but you didn't put a link for space-engines homepage in the description :P some peoples just don't know how to google XD
 
Pericko08Date: Monday, 22.09.2014, 03:53 | Message # 10
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how I can go to that planet??? is a rs***** right? How I can go to a planet like names as rs****??
 
LiveLife42Date: Monday, 22.09.2014, 04:55 | Message # 11
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I'm pretty sure this was made on Space Engine 0.95 or lower so no you will probably never find this planet again.
Also you responded to a 3 year old thread dry





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Edited by LiveLife42 - Monday, 22.09.2014, 04:57
 
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