View Full Version : my first preset
25th February 2002, 23:43
Its not that good you probly think it sucks but i like it.
well here it is i call it supernova death of a star
26th February 2002, 04:57
it's not that bad, keep it up, AVS needs new blood. :hang:
There's lots of old posts to guide you along, and there's always someone to ask if you can get it.
26th February 2002, 08:47
this is a good preset, nicely done actually
i'd like to see more of your work
i also did a remix
26th February 2002, 13:12
you see i used an example superscope cus i dont know the math to do one myself im only 14.
26th February 2002, 13:21
oh and my preset looks real cool with this
26th February 2002, 13:23
26th February 2002, 13:26
crap i cant attach it
26th February 2002, 14:24
Nice preset.... for a 1st :D.
So what if you're 14, I was 14 till 2 months ago.
26th February 2002, 15:28
i do have a an iq of 111 and i love math im just now lerning algabra(sorrey if i spelld that rong)i could probly learn the math
26th February 2002, 22:06
yeah I wouldn't worry bout only being 14, a lot of the folks making some really kick a$$ presets are younger. And as for the math side of AVS... you could always get help from your math teacher, copy the code from a superscope, and take it to school. They love that stuff. I guess it shows them what they're teaching really has something to do with the world outside the classroom.
Keep it up.
26th February 2002, 22:19
hey, here's a pack of pre-made scopes. It'll help you get started.
Always make sure you give credit to the folks that made them. In this case the credit goes to Pmog@bigfoot.com.
Also make sure you ask before posting a preset with other folks DMs,movements, and so on. They always say yes, most just want a copy of the preset you've made, and credit in the misc/comment.
26th February 2002, 22:25
Yay! New talent :p. Here's a simple remix...just added some colorfading and adjusted the frequency of the screen clears :). Keep it up!
27th February 2002, 03:37
So what if you're 14? I'm 13 and I can morph superscopes...and I haven't even been using AVS for a year. The math really isn't that hard, all you need is an elementary grasp of any programming language, then you need to learn the AVS language (which isn't really hard). And as I've said before, I'm willing to help anyone, as long as they ask ;)
27th February 2002, 10:01
here's my remix-
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