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6th October 2001, 21:47
My Question to all AVS-artists outthere: How much time do you require to make a Preset? I mean a really good preset, not at all perfect, but in your eyes perfect...:rolleyes:
To make a preset, that satifies me, I require sometimes 2 till 3 days:eek:
...or do you think, a Preset is never perfect, and make habitually updates and improvements?!
Let me know your opinion:p
6th October 2001, 22:28
Well, I usually have a simple version of the preset ready in 1-2 hours, but something complicated can take more than a day. after that I move on to something new, when I learn something new while working on another preset I might also implement this into the older one, so a time limit isn't really possible to set as the presets are all finished at once :)
6th October 2001, 22:56
well the really cool ones I can take up to a week to produce with all the fine tuning they need, but sometimes I can get really nice stuff ready in just 1 or 2 days, if the inspiration is there. It's hard to say lately my producing rate is only at 1 preset a month for some reasons (time-related, inspiration, etc...) but early this year I used to produce 3-4 great (according to the DM (R.I.P.) ratings I got) presets a months.
6th October 2001, 23:18
Whoa, it takes a long time in your Case, Paranoya!! But instead of that, your Presets are just great and looks so cooool :D
Your Bekay!!! :)
8th October 2001, 15:33
(5 min - 10 min) to 30 min for one.:D
13th October 2001, 09:00
About..........10 days, 30 minutes a day.
15th October 2001, 04:41
I usually get a good AVS in about an hour or so, mainly because mine are developed off of inspiration from messing around, if I make something that I think looks cool, I will mess with that and distort it until I get something I really like:)
16th October 2001, 20:33
I make my AVS in 5h and I'm almost satisfide and when I'm not' I update them
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