FWsim 2.2 Public Beta [Update October 9th]

(Posted on Monday, September 26th, 2011 by Lukas Trötzmüller)

Version 2.2 of FWsim is now available as a beta! Click here to try it!

Click here to give us some feedback. Version 2.2 is a free upgrade for all customers.

A list of all changes is available here. The most interesting changes are:

  • New, more intuitive firework placement
  • Automatic YouTube upload
  • More options for creating your own fireworks

Update October 9th:

An update has been released. You can download it under the same link (see above).

 

8 Responses to “FWsim 2.2 Public Beta [Update October 9th]”

  1. martial says:

    hello , je voudrai voir

  2. Barnes says:

    Hi,

    I am a user of FW Sim I find really great in render.

    I would really appreciate if it was possible to change the Height of the mortar and 360° rotation.

    I am saying that because that could be usefull to put fireworks on roofs of 3D models for example.

    That would also make the realization of London Eye fireworks, setting fireworks around the wheel.

    Do not hesitate to contact me if you have some questions.

    Best regards

    Sébastien

  3. Velox says:

    Would agree with Sebastien.. this is quite a severe limitation with FWSim and would love for it to allow us to put launch positions on 3d models. Bridges and Tall narrow buildings for example.

    another thing. Add lighting effects. Sometimes I want it so all we see in the show is the structure and not so much the surroundings or ground. Unfortunately FWSim only allows us to adjust the brightness of the whole show. Rather than making it specific, add some lighting effects that we can modify and illuminate onto our 3d models or the air throughout the show.

  4. Mathew says:

    We’ll ive been using the beta for about 10 minutes and ive already come to the conclusion that i love it. There is always room for improvement though! Velox has a good point but something that might be even better would be to have spotlights and lazers and generic lighting to use to spice up the show. I really hope something like this will be taken into consideration!:)

    Thanks, Mathew

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