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how to create cylindrical bend pipe

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Is it possible to create a cylindrical bend pine. And flow of water/oil? It is easy easy to create square bend pipe. but Cylindrical?
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I don't really know, but I would start by using the Free Form. You can access it by going to Object>Free Form or by simply pressing the F7 key on your keyboard.
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Thanx for reply, I had tried earlier, but failed. But I will try again. Now I have another problem. Selecting a particular object from multi objects in the screen is very tough (sel. indicator on). As when I select a particular subject and then moving or rotating it by mouse, another object get selected. Any other method(like pressing alt./ctrlz etc. key) to select and moving a particular object?
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Not that I'm aware of. You just need to be careful when you're moving objects. I know it can be real frustrating at times.
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thanx for reply. some few questions.
1.how to import audio file and syn. with animation in cool 3d prod. studio?
2. to fill with texture of an object, it is easy to import from 3d's gallary (jpegbitmap). but when i manually create a texture file with corel draw x5, save it jpeg and then trying to import it to a object in cool 3d.... it's showing error msg. How I create a texture manually beside its own texture?
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To insert or import an audio file, use the Attribute Panel, selecting from the drop-down menu, Background Audio.
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So far I can not replicate getting an error when using a third-party image file as a texture. Is the texture file you created in Coreldraw a Raster or Vector? It should be a Raster file. Do you have any other image editing program? If so open your texture file in it, and just save it again as a BMP or JPEG. Maybe C3D PS has a problem with Coreldraw's encoder.
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thanx for quick response.
I will try it with photoshop or other prog.
reporting soon.
thanx again.


kindly answer another question.
if i convert my project to gif ani. it will be 15 frame/sec. and naturally other gif files the converted file running with jerk. Is it possible to create smoother gif ani. file by changing frame rate.
Also if i want to import a animated & converted project to ms powerpoint for a presentation then what setting (movie) will be the best in terms of quality and file size ( minimum)
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To make images animate smoother, increase the frame rate. Try keeping the frame rate for your animation the same as your video or presentation's frame rate. For example if your going to use your animation in a video file, to be viewed on television, for PAL it should be 25fps, and for NTSC 29.97fps.

You might also think about using SWF for your animation. If you don't need a small file size or transparent background, use SWF>Bitmap. It will provide better quality.
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thanx for replying about import of audio. But sir, when i importing wav or other supported audio file then error occurred. that computer has not any sound driver or driver can't run the audio file. i have a creative sound card. its works smoothly. i also tried by detaching that card and go back to motherboards default sound card. same error shown.
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how smart rendering works. why it needed.
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su1300 wrote:thanx for replying about import of audio. But sir, when i importing wav or other supported audio file then error occurred. that computer has not any sound driver or driver can't run the audio file. i have a creative sound card. its works smoothly. i also tried by detaching that card and go back to motherboards default sound card. same error shown.
This is a known problem with older "Ulead" programs that were developed way before Win7 or Vista were thought of. I have an older Ulead program, MediaStudio Pro 8, and there's a tricky way I have to use if I want to hear the audio, when running the program on my Vista machine. I also have C3D PS installed on my Vista machine and have the same issue, no sound. It hasn't really bothered me, as I always add my sound in my video editor, and at about the last step.

Smart Render is used to speed up rendering times. It is designed to render only changed parts of a video. C3DPS was notorious for taking a very, very long time to render projects. This was even if you had Smart Render invoked. I think Vista makes better use of Smart Render, as I can render projects in just a fraction of the time that it takes on my Win XP machine.
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