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LittleBuddy88
16th August 2001, 19:33
This is a tutorial for AVS that I fixed up just for the guys that want's to start using AVS, it also goes over syntax in superscopes and movements.
You might find this useful if you want to start working with AVS.
Send me a PM anytime if you need more help(I'd love to see this in some version of AVS, anyone? :p)

Happy Avs'ing
Linus

ThorinOakenshield
17th August 2001, 08:00
It's a pain jumping back and forth to the net looking at posts for reference, but I suppose it's better than learning nothing.. Thanks for the time you put in helping. Muchly appreciated.

Thorin.

LittleBuddy88
17th August 2001, 09:24
anytime ;)

Linus

Scarface2k1
17th August 2001, 13:30
muahahaha! i had to learn all by my self.

then yet again there was that toural.txt with EL-VIS's thigns on there :D:D:D

ParaNoya
17th August 2001, 23:09
can somebody explain to me what is a tutorial, hehe :) Just kidding, had to learn all by myself took me a half year to discover sites as the late deskmod, but then I knew how to use basic effects as SSC's and movements. (there was not much more than that in those days :)) Now we're well over a year further and I learned a lot from people on the net, so that's why it's great to have an tutorial online to give people more inspiration and insight in AVS. My point of view there can't be enough AVS-tutorials outhere, they'll deliver more crazy and beautiful AVS :D

napolean
18th August 2001, 00:33
To use X and Y you have to select "rect cords" also known as "rectangular coordinates".

Man You know it is lie :) or the info about that vars in MOVEMENTS are incomplete..

Everibody can use the X and Y vars without selecting "rectangular coordinates"

try to use the example they give YOU now do
d=d*0.9 + x; try to use "* + - and /" and see what append :D
than do the same with Y

napolean
18th August 2001, 00:45
LittleBuddy88 aka Linus :D

lets make your tutorial better, I will send you my contribution, my mail ok ??
AVS makers, send your "part" of the tutorial, to me helio_bt@hotmail.com or send it to "LittleBuddy88 aka Linus" and lets make something more complete, it can be a HTML page, or we can made in Microsoft Word, Im talking about that programs. so we can combine images and text to show examples in a better way..!!!

OK !! ppl lets make something GOOD for something that we all LIKE
____ ____
*---===____|AVS|____===---*
;)

18th August 2001, 06:00
Ssup everyone

I've looked at the tutorial and I must say that it can be better:). I've paved my own way through the AVS development and I know how those beginners feel. Napolean, your idea about the html page sounds good. A good web site about that stuff should help people. Lets just say that I'm willing to help as I have experience in web site creation. Check out Roma's Picture Gallery (http://www.geocities.com/sadarqii) or Roma's AVS Gallery (http://www.geocities.com/romaavs) to see what I mean:).

napolean
18th August 2001, 12:19
Sadarqii , man thanks for the suport, lets start work on that soo...!
lets make an HTML page, You're tha Webmaster, man :) I like a lot of the Roma's AVS Presets.. ! very simple e NICE page..! really like a lot ! :D
I will start writing and getting examples and all kind of stuffs to put In the page..!! When you got something new, mail me ok ? !
C U Soon.....

ParaNoya
18th August 2001, 13:29
I just wanted to say that what linus wrote in his tutorial about x and y was correct. But you misunderstood what he was trying to say you MUST check rectangular coordinates in your movements and dyn. movements, when you want to use a movement as x=x+0.1 or y=y+0.1, try it with out the option checked nothing happens since only d and r can be modified then. the example Napoleon gave, d=d*0.9 + x, worked without rect. coor. because you weren't modifying x or y, but d. that was all I would like to say about this.

LittleBuddy88
18th August 2001, 14:44
Thanks paranoya, and to the others, use this tutorial however you want, i just wanted to fix up something simple that explained the functions, syntax, ect in AVS to newbies.

Linus

Doggy Dog
18th August 2001, 15:29
I teached myself how to do AVS. And I never used a tutorial-

bluetape2k1
18th August 2001, 16:27
Hi Guys

If you want I will post it up on my site when its complete for everyone.

BlueTape2k1

www.andysplace.fsnet.co.uk

Scarface2k1
22nd August 2001, 13:31
Originally posted by napolean
d=d*0.9 + x; try to use "* + - and /" and see what append :D
than do the same with Y

hey as you porbliby know i make my own superscopes but take this at n=100 and t=t+.075

x=i*cos(t)+sin(t);
d=cos(d*0.9+x);
y=d+v*cos(t)-1;

/me makes awsome movements with his superscopes :D

Scarface2k1
22nd August 2001, 13:47
... wel maybe not awsome but still there good. :D

napolean
22nd August 2001, 16:20
Ok, I will give you the tutorial, and you can put on your page, but right now I need, help doing the tutorial..! some nice screenshots, and the compiler functions.. of the presets, but smmal things ok !
If someone can help , I'll thank.. !

ParaNoya
22nd August 2001, 22:33