Perlin noise – more experiments (3)

, under actionscript, Generative art.

After writing this post of using perlin noise, I’ll did some more experiments making cool things. I draw lines using Perlin noise as input. Check this out:

I was also experimenting/figuring out how to convert a actionscript generated movie to video. I never knew it was possible (or that easy) with the Flash CS3 (maybe because I never tried). Just choose file > export movie > and choose .mov extension. The video isn’t smooth, because (when I save it) it is not really rendering, it’s just like an invisible screencapture, I guess. So I can’t use more heavy CPU things. Thats a pity.

But maybe I could use my ImageSaver Class to create a movie-sequence by saving frame by frame as PNG.

3 responses to “Perlin noise – more experiments”

  1. Antheor says:

    Impressive !

  2. Nice!

    “But maybe I could use my ImageSaver Class to create a movie-sequence by saving frame by frame as PNG.”

    I tried this and it works! thx
    (I probably don’t have to mention that a 30 fps movie won’t work 🙂 )

  3. Og2t says:

    Looks very nice, have you got a working SWF file instead of the video?

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