YouTube videos

Here some of my YouTube videos I created, most of them have something to do with flame-fractals:

Supersonic

I See A Darkness

The trip

More and More

The Swarm

Strawberry Dream

Solidification of Flamez

Electric pigs

Math in Motion

In my Head

Introducing JWildfire 1.0

everything changes… again

Everything changes

Flames Gangnam Style

Raw heat – dancing flame fractals

Warm-up dance

The beautiful world of fractal flames



10 comments on “YouTube videos

  1. I have tried and tried to download jwildfire but the files are zip and that in itself is a pain. Why are they zip?
    Even when they are copied into a separate file and given a different name they still won’t open correctly. I am glad it’s free because otherwise I would have wasted my money. Jwildfire, simply will not open

    • thargor6 on said:

      *.zip is not a pain, but an industrial standard, every operating system can handle those files. But, when this is already too complicated for you, better don’t use the software, it is by far much more complicated. I’m especially not interested in users who spam my video gallery with their problems, when there is an official forum to help users (for free).

  2. Michael Prostka on said:

    Mr. Maschke,
    I’ve been into fractals since about age 12 (currently clocking in at 42), and I have never seen anything to compare with this imagery. Thank you for bringing all of this into the world. We appreciate you very much.

  3. david mcclellan on said:

    Incredible program! is there a tutorial on animating fractal frames?
    thank you!

    • thargor6 on said:

      You may have a look at the 4th official video tutorial (http://www.andreas-maschke.com/?page_id=875) , but this is more a demonstration than a tutorial. Mote stuff to come soon 🙂

  4. Fantastic artistic and technical job! It’s not impossible for you to do it with also smooth transitions and classical (or jazzy) music, I guess! Il would be more complete !

  5. Lawrence J. Diggs on said:

    Why are the animations jumpy? Is it possible to get them to fender smothly?

    • thargor6 on said:

      Yes, the current version supports even motion-blur, which can lead to a more smoother look. But I like it “jumpy”

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