Studio Artist provides a number of different Operation Modes. Each operation mode is designed to provide a specific set of functionality. Some modes may only provide automatic actions to create visual effects. Others may allow you to perform interactive operations with the mouse or pen. Some may be both interactive and automatic.Details
Quick Interactive Brush Resizing The quick way is to use the b hotkey. Just press the b hot key, then mouse down in the canvas and drag an interactive marching ants line to specify the new maximum brush size, then mouse up. This adjustment will also rescale any other internal brush parameters such as textures or…Details
The image below is an example of a photo mosaic image created by using a movie brush in the paint synthesizer. This tip will walk you through how to create your own custom movie brush which you can then use to create your own custom photo mosaic effects in the paint synthesizer.Details
Loop Action is a new feature in Studio Artist 4. Running loop action causes the current preset to continuously run in a loop until the loop cycle is stopped by pressing the spacebar. You can select new presets while running loop action and the loop will automatically switch to live processing with the new selected preset at the beginning of the next loop cycle.
Loop action has a wide variety of uses, including live visual performance, live video processing, live video synthesis, live preview of dynamic time particle behavior, etc.Details