Animated Frames

Discussion in 'Lasershow Designer QuickShow' started by l.nicholas, Mar 14, 2014.

  1. l.nicholas

    l.nicholas New Member

    Last year I purchased a copy of quickshow to use with a school production. This Year I am trying to produce a laser show for a school production of Little Shop of Horrors. I want to produce some animated frames. I have had a bit of a look around and there used to be a bit of free software that could convert videos of black and white line shapes into ilda frames. I can do this with still images in quickshow but I don't think I can do it with videos anymore? I would be able to produce black and white line shapes in after effects but don't know how to convert these to ILDA frames. Is this possible? Does this make sense? Sorry I'm new to laser shows. Any help wout be very gratefully recieved. Failing that if anyone has any plant related ilda frames that would also be gratefully recieved.

    Thank you in advance
  2. Bob@Pangolin

    Bob@Pangolin Staff Member

    Im sorry to say that after effects and lasershows are two different things.

    There is a way you "import" video by using the application trace-it.

    This will allow you to modify a video file to a laser file.

    check this link for the application.
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    Cswebwloplo Banned

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  4. jgoodwin27

    jgoodwin27 Member

    If I remember right somewhere in there there was an option to trace .gifs (either trace or capture if I remember right) you could just turn your after effects creation into a gif and go from there - but I'd look deeper at Bob's answer than mine.