DitoGear Omni Slider Servo Review
Part 1 of 3
First look and basic feature tests
After owning and using a lower cost motion control system I was looking to upgrade to a one that had a greater degree of controllability, repeatability and accuracy while not requiring a degree in computer science or physics to understand and operate it.
For the last few weeks I’ve had a chance to play with (err test ;-) the newest addition to the DitoGear line of motion control sliders, the “OmniSlider Servo”.
I first learned about DitoGear and the OmniSlider as I checked the credits after watching the incredible “The Chapel” and “Steel Life” and found that Patryk Kyzny and Robert Paluch, the creators of those movies were also the founders and driving force behind DitoGear. ‘nuff said…I had to check this out.
One of the first things you notice when you see the DitoGear Omni slider is it’s sleek elegance and high degree of fit and finish. From its brushed aluminum extruded rail to it’s stylishly designed accessory pieces it seems like something that could have come from the design shop at Apple.
And much like the toys from Cupertino, that sleek design houses an easy to use, versatile and surprisingly powerful creativity tool.
This tutorial will guide you through using Terminal Rendering in After Effects. This will allow you to :
- Render while still working on your After Effects project file.
- Render from multiple machines.
- Render Multiple projects simultaneously
- Render using allotments of 2 gigs of RAM from your machine