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  Re: Help: Povray 3.1 new atmosphere stuff  
From: Tim Soderstrom
Date: 22 Nov 1998 14:39:03
Message: <365867FA.6959@Stic.nEt>
Wow that was quick :) Thanks for the help! ONE more thing, if you can 
help me (I forgot to mention this after I posted it). the Pov-Ray DOC 
(thank God for it) mentions about phasing pigments and such. However, 
I'm having a problem doing it. I've done it before, but it wasn't fast 
enough, so I upped the clock value: 

 <0, 0, 0>
  [0 rgb <1, 1, 1>]
  [1 rgb <0, 0, 0>]
 phase (clock*4)

but the AVI didn't show much. What I am wondienrg is how to properly 
achive something like a realistic water texture (using a pigment and 
*NOT* normal, as the reflection of objects goes to crap) that 

Thanks again for your help, hope I'm not being too annoying :)

Tim Soderstrom

Ken wrote:
> A short tutorial on media can be found at:
> http://members.xoom.com/POVRAY3/media1.html
> I don't know if it will help but it can't hurt.
> I'm not sure about the official release of v3.1 for linux but
> there has been an unofficial release or two. There was an
> announcement on povray.general about it sometime shortly after
> the official windows release came out. I believe the posters
> name was Glen Berry and had the url. Twist's site might also
> have a copy of it laying around. For that try:
> http://www.twysted.net
> Ken Tyler

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