@marika_almgren Some graphicly pleasing (of course not bongo related but how but makes it easier to show superiors), and smooth animations, something with a nice flow, smoothing in and out of, anticipation & follow trough.
The animations we are going to be making will probably just be simple keyframe animations, but the graph editor might be important. On the other hand, I believe there is also a trial, does this support the entire functionality to see if the software is comfortable to use, and sufficient?
This shows some ‘moves’, some applicable animation, a nice smooth walking animation (or robotics) would be nice too.
So what I would like to be able to show would be some high class animations, (examples are still a bit mediocre but sufficient to work with for current goals), preferably with a nice rendering quality.
No that is not a compression factor really, I’ve been in the 3d scene too long for that Some animations are just a bit blocky (and I don’t mean the graphics), and some animations just need to be rendered better.
If I look at examples of what a product can do, I expect those examples to be impressive/stunning/beautiful, they are what should win me over into trying a piece of software via for example a trial. But if the examples are not of a high quality on the website of the company itself, I would be quick to conclude that the software is the limitation.
For example, Autodesk has some functionality video’s of theirs, plus a showcase of people that use the software, to show what it cán do.
http://usa.autodesk.com/maya/customers/ shows several nice projects and possibilities,
Does McNeel also have something similar that I just did not see?