Games editor PC Valve begins to offer its Source Filmmaker tool free...
Valve has just launched the Source Filmmaker in beta, also known as the acronym SFM. In fact, it is the tool used by Valve to the realization of video within the Source Engine, including catches to profit by the Publisher for the realization of a large number of cinematics and trailers. To participate in this beta program and be able to mumuse with Source Filmmaker, simply visit the official website of this tool with a computer where Steam is installed. "Initially, we must limit the number of beta testers, but soon, we will give access to Source Filmmaker to all, free of charge" says Valve.
Indeed, in the limitations, should know that initially Source Filmmaker will work with Team Fortress 2. Which means that it will take to be a little patient to easily make his own fan-movie based on Half Life 2. Valve also indicates that developers accustomed to the Mods of Source Engine should quickly be able to evolve SFM at their convenience to create new things and work on new universe. It promises a few fun artistic delusions!
The minimum to take advantage of Source Filmmaker configuration is as follows:OS: Windows 7 / Vista (Windows 7 64 bit suggested) Processor: 3.0 GHz P4, Dual Core 2.0 (or higher) or AMD64X2 (or higher) Memory: 2 GB (4 GB suggested) Hard Disk Space: At least 15 GB of SpaceVideo: NVIDIA GeForce 200 series card or better, or AMD Radeon 3000 series or better (NVIDIA GeForce 400 series or AMD Radeon 5000 series preferred) Monitor: 1366 x 768 (1920 x 1080 suggested) Audio: DirectX 9.0 c compatibleUSB headset with mic (suggested)