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Old 29th July 2018, 14:14   #3201  |  Link
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There is indeed an ANI file format. But hardly compressed, only a stack of DIBs, I believe. It was mainly intended for animated mouse cursors.
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Old 30th July 2018, 21:33   #3202  |  Link
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concept #2: python dudes in reduced size in lower right corner of icon (as customary when an icon references a technology employed), with blue python dude's eye shining white (read: consider making "white" darker in other areas of the icon) as it is projecting (with some kind of visible light rays) an image onto one frame a film strip which occupies the main area of the icon; if enough space available, show three (or 0.5 + 1 + 0.5) frames of the film strip, top frame already has a fully formed image, middle frame (where blue dude is projecting with his eye) is forming, bottom frame blank (awaiting to be imaged)
Like austin powers / dr. evil - sharks with fricken laser beams attached to their heads!

"visible light rays" can be done as volumetric lights, but it's difficult to retain as an ico or small logo. A colored light example in the video below. And I don't think you'd be able to fit all that in a small ico.

Also why only blue python with fricken laser beams? It seems yellow python gets no love

But you can have different graphics for the logo (e.g. something that you put on a webpage, or use in a video), vs the ico . But I think they should share some themes and traits. eg. Python dudes with their official colors at least. I like them better than Lord Mulder's cute green guy


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If this was going to be a movie studio logo before the picture, I can see this turning around to project on the silverscreen: "aVAPOURSYNTHproject"
Maybe something like this, with the python symbol/logo as the "o" some people misspell "vapOursynth". Not suitable for an ico , but an example of how you might use a possible logo. Colored light projection/ volumetric rays
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKELqibwR8A

I don't like the text. But you need something that is synonymous with "vapoursynth". I also apologize for the font, its myriad pro, but I don't know what the official "font" is. Python uses Flux Regular "core.text" uses Terminus but it's an ugly font.



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idk why but I immediately thought of this: uuuh yeahhhh, nice infinite ass wipe xD
Maybe it's just my dirty mind
maybe it was that ffms2 logo's subliminal effect ? or something Freudian

gives new meaning to "clean python code"
https://s22.postimg.cc/4s2tzj6vl/clean_python_code.jpg
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Old 5th August 2018, 13:29   #3203  |  Link
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It would be nice if you could add support for Python 3.7
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It would be nice if you could add support for Python 3.7
r45 will support Python 3.7
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Documentation Update

Internal functions like Binarize() Deflate()/Inflate() Median() Minimum()/Maximum() work in float in R44, but the doc still says they can only work in interger, I think this will confuse some users.

Also, MakeDiff() and MergeDiff() behave differently in float, the output is identical to "x y -" and "x y +" instead of "x y - 0.5 +" and "x y + 0.5 -" that one will normally expect.

Is this the intended behavior? I had implemented some workaround in my script due to this issue.
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Makediff is kinda up for debate. The only reason it's offset in integer is to have zero in the middle. With float there are no concerns like that. Discuss!
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