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Thursday, December 14, 2006

How to Use Video as a Texture in Blender

This quick tutorial will show you how to easily add video as a texture. This was originally going to be a video tutorial but, halfway through it, I felt like I was making too big of a deal out of something really simple so, the tutorial is now in a FlashPaper format and also as a PDF file.

Enjoy!






You can also get this as a one-page PDF file.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

So what file formats can be imported?

Iván Egües said...

.MOV from Quick time and WMV of Windows Media Player works fine for me. (haven't tested more formats yet)

I was wondering, is it a way to make the sound of the video part of the texture? or I should do it apart in Sequence and or in the Sound Block Buttons?

Thanks for the tutorials and the feedbacks!

smm said...

thank you so much for posting this! you're awesome

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this.

Anonymous said...

well, thats really simple, thanks.

Anonymous said...

Could this possibly be used in the game engine?

Kernon Dillon said...

I believe the game engine now supports video textures directly. Some more info here:
http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Dev:Source/GameEngine/2.49/VideoTexture

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