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Post by Dan @ 03:22pm 11/07/12 | 4 Comments
After a brief closed-beta period, Valve has now opened up the Source Filmmaker -- their in-house tool used to make all of their recent game trailers -- to all comers.

The utility -- which can be downloaded directly via Steam -- enables players to create movies from Source Engine game assets, and has already sparked a lot of creativity, much of which can now be viewed and browsed over at this new SFM community library that Valve has deployed, and is sure to inspire much more in the coming months.

In addition to the "Meet the Heavy" session, Valve has now also released the project workings of "Meet the Engineer", so assist in familiarising budding animators with the software.



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Deviouz
Posted 06:41pm 12/7/12
konstie
Posted 06:48pm 12/7/12
is the download 10gb or did i misread it?
Whoop
Posted 06:58pm 12/7/12
half the videos on that SFM page give me server 500 errors. booooooooooooooo
is the download 10gb or did i misread it?

It's 5 gig (so says steam downloader page), it probably just expands itself out to 10gig once installed.
Dazhel
Posted 08:59pm 12/7/12
Haha

"Spy, what do you thinka all this?"
"Mon ami, I do not have an opinion!"
"You have got to have an opinion maggot, do you think God came down from heaven and stopped..."
*BLAM*
"Oh man I just shot Spy right in the face!"
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