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trueSpace7.61 - 3D Record

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Plan on updating this post with issues and workarounds when using trueSpace7.61 3D Record toolbar.
First issue is saving a Record.
When you Record a 3D Recording, trueSpace creates a _rstmprec.rcd file in the tS folder.
It's important to note that this file and or your saved rcd file is in use by trueSpace until you Exit trueSpace.
You will notice, as an example that, if you save a Record to disk and or to a trueSpace library, you can not make changes to this Record (change the name of the file, delete it, or move it from library to library), until you Exit trueSpace.
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Discovered that you can use 3D Record with an Animation.
This recording is Clinton's awesome talentedBall.RsScn, with Realtime reflections and his Deform scripts!
I created a script that Runs automatically when you Load the Recording.

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WindowsManager.OpenToolbarFromPrototype('Record3D', 100, 300,-1,-1);
UserInterface.OpenToolPanelViewEx2('', '','/Preferences/RecPref',3,1,1);
Node.Value("/Preferences/RecPref", "Maintain record time") = -1
Node.Value("/Preferences/RecPref", "Speed of Replay") = 0;
RsRec.Play(10)
I recorded (unchecking) Repeat, changed the Frame Rate to 15 fps in the Animation Preferences panel, and selected the Play button in the Animation Editor. I stopped the recording and Exported the Record.
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Using Clinton's testpanelcontrols.RsObj and 3D Record for Panel Editing
Load the testpanelcontrols.RsObj into your scene.
Before
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Open the 3D Record toolbar.
Select Import Record from the 3D Record toolbar and load the testpanelcontrols.rcd file
Select the Play Record button.
After
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Edit: Thought this might be useful, but as it turns out the scene is just replaced. :oops:
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