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4 hours ago, Pneuma22 said:

Ok that I can help with, one sec. This is a general round loading round tutorial in after effects:

https://www.google.com/search?q=loading+progress+round+after+effects+tutorial&ei=56uGYdioOJjNytMPlZO1qAg&oq=loading+progress+round+after+effects+tutorial&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAMyBQgAEM0COgcIABBHELADSgQIQRgAUMAIWMAIYKISaAFwAngAgAFDiAFDkgEBMZgBAKABAcgBCMABAQ&sclient=gws-wiz&ved=0ahUKEwiYuM7kkoT0AhWYpnIEHZVJDYUQ4dUDCA4&uact=5#kpvalbx=_76uGYeK0N_6DytMP3IeLGA24

One little tip for tutorials always make them your own: your own colors your own sizes shapes etc just so it doesnt look like that exact tutorial which if you look closer is how many many of these sensorpanels on these forums were made using this exacxt tutorial b/c the people that did the tutorial didnt change anything about the loading round so it literally looks identical to some of the rounds i've seen on here recently aside from maybe the colors. So just try and make it yours when you do it otherwise its going to look like you copied someone elses sensorpanel on here even though they also copied that tutorial lol...

This is a tutorial for a progress loading bar in after effects... https://www.google.com/search?q=loading+progress+rounds+after+effects+tutorial&oq=loading+progress+rounds+after+effects+tutorial&aqs=chrome..69i57j33i299.7787j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8#kpvalbx=_56uGYdioOJjNytMPlZO1qAg31

These two are generally what youre going to see in most setups unless they do a really detailed animation with multiple moving parts which is absolutely not easy inside of 15 frames which is why you rarely see anything else but these lol.

You may also need this just for learning basic keyframes, which is literally sort of how ae or vegas animation works.https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+set+keyframes+in+after+effects&oq=how+to+set+keyframes+in+&aqs=chrome.0.0i512j69i57j0i512l8.3255j0j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

If you need any help with the rendering settings I can come back and post a tutorial for that also if you need it, or you can look up how to render in after effects with png sequence.

Thanks. That is a bit overwhelming, though.

 

A bit more than I can do, I am afraid, never learned any of the programming.

I just need a quick and dirty way to create a 150° arc (or would it be 160°?), divide it into 15 segments of 10°, colorize each segment, save each as .png file (with one transparent outline only for zero state) for a total of 16 .png files to replace stock gauges.


Probably not doable for me, given my lack of skill.

 

Thanks again.

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5 hours ago, Pneuma22 said:

John please show us how you mounted it to your monitor thats what I want to see? It looks incredibly clean and like you ran all the cable on the back of the screen? Can you take a shot from the back of your setup for us? It looks sick and in the one image it almost looks like there is some sort of arm device under it but i think that may just be something behind it that is sort of taking that shape even though its not which is why I ask? Oh and if that isn't the case how did you get it secured to the side of your screen bezel like that?

I'll post some pics tomorrow but don't expect to be impressed!

It's mounted with some metal strips I had and duct tape. Looks cool from the front and you cannot see the back :-)

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7 hours ago, Jon Evans said:

I'll post some pics tomorrow but don't expect to be impressed!

It's mounted with some metal strips I had and duct tape. Looks cool from the front and you cannot see the back :-)

I said it wasnt pretty!

Originally was just to test but the panel is so light, its not going anywhere so may as well stay :-)

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4 hours ago, Jon Evans said:

I said it wasnt pretty!

Originally was just to test but the panel is so light, its not going anywhere so may as well stay :-)

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This is awesome in so many ways.....it's it terrible?  Yes.  It's it bordering on terrifying?  Yes.  Does it get the job done?  Yup!  Can you even tell this Frankenstein's Monster exists from the front?  Nope.  Perfect.  I butchered a rear port cover to run my cables through.  From a distance, it looks fine, then you get closer and realize the disaster.  My panel was mounted with velcro strips that won't last again the heat and humidity of where I live...but once the case it put back together you'll never know.  It's the ingenuity of PC builders that make us such awesome little problem solvers.  Mate, you rock the hell out of that tape, because it worked great!

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On 11/5/2021 at 7:34 AM, Alpharius68 said:

Hi all,

I  discovered the whole senosor panel thing about a week ago and have become totally hooked, thanks to the inspiration on this forum.

There many elements created by others on here in my first attempt, so most of the credit needs to go to those creators and I want to thank all the people who posted parts for other people to use. Following their lead, here is my panel for others to use if they want.

Fonts are Guardians and Geforce.

 

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Rocket_600x1024.sensorpanel 1.9 MB · 11 downloads guardians.zip 3.27 kB · 8 downloads

Geforce.zip 143.06 kB · 9 downloads

I did a Fallout Brotherhood Of Steele variant based on @Alpharius68 panel you can see here

Download with font here I've run out of room here and cannot seem to delete older files for some reason. All credit to @Alpharius68 enjoy!

 

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5 hours ago, Leprecon.VV said:

This is awesome in so many ways.....it's it terrible?  Yes.  It's it bordering on terrifying?  Yes.  Does it get the job done?  Yup!  Can you even tell this Frankenstein's Monster exists from the front?  Nope.  Perfect.  I butchered a rear port cover to run my cables through.  From a distance, it looks fine, then you get closer and realize the disaster.  My panel was mounted with velcro strips that won't last again the heat and humidity of where I live...but once the case it put back together you'll never know.  It's the ingenuity of PC builders that make us such awesome little problem solvers.  Mate, you rock the hell out of that tape, because it worked great!

I have a similar hidden monstrosity. Here is my case, and then the power supply hidden outside the case bolted to my desk.

 

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On 11/3/2021 at 8:22 PM, murdrrdbypirates said:

Hi all, i'm continuing the Battlefield 2042 theme of panels which are a remixes of leveldogs's Boundary and Cyberpunk sensor panels.
Here are panels with round gauges from @1 PC Tip a day , with or without borders.

The sensorpanels are sized 1920x480

Hope you like them.

You WILL need the install the font - GeForce_Bold and Geforce_Light (included in the ZIP).

All credit goes to @levedog and  @1 PC Tip a day for creating the original panel and gauge styles respectively.

DM me to get a link for my panels, I don't want to clutter up this place with unnecessary downloads.

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can you share it please to vincentchuah6596@gmail.com

thanks 

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23 hours ago, Wondersquid said:

I did a Fallout Brotherhood Of Steele variant based on @Alpharius68 panel you can see here

Download with font here I've run out of room here and cannot seem to delete older files for some reason. All credit to @Alpharius68 enjoy!

 

I just realized how badly i edited the transparencies on those icons i stripped from other panels on here.

Below are better versions.

 

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SSD_NEON_50 - Transparent.png

GPU_NEON_50 - Transparent.png

MB_NEON_50 - Transparent.png

PC-Monitor_small - Transparent.png

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Hi all, i've finished the Cyberpunk 2077 themed panels, these are a remixes of @levedog's
Boundary and Cyberpunk sensor panels.

The sensor panels are sized 1920x480

Hope you like them.

You WILL need the install the font - Boge.ttf (included in the ZIP).

These panels use elememts from @Exhumed, @levedog and gauges i found in a panel from @miishb79, thanks and credit to those guys for their work.

DM me to get a link for my panels, I don't want to clutter up this place with unnecessary downloads.

Cyberpunk-JAy-border-gauges-01

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于 2021/4/19 于 PM 12:20, 廖乔伊 说道:

ZERO V2 1920X480 screenpanel comes with animation effects. Audio visualizer effects. There is no download link, please send a message to me and leave your E-mail address. I will send it to you !

PS:ZERO V2 1024X600 will be soon...

Legendary! Can I have it?  qq7414701@gmail.com

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