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Blender Conference Movies now available!


conf.jpgThe Blender conference videos are now available on

*Update 11/2/07 Conference videos are available as .torrents now. Please seed!*

*Update 11/3/07 Conference videos available at Google. See Blenderartists thread here.*

If you haven't discovered already the Suzanne awards are also available on Google video. If you come across the videos available for download anywhere else on the web please let us know and we'll update this post.

Find the Conference videos at

There is Blenderartists thread discussing the videos here. There has been some talk on issues playing the videos. On Windows with VLC they seem to play fine for me. If you come across issues and find a solution let us know.


  1. What do you mean with "It was nice knowing you,! :)" ???
    Is that part of the website gone from now on??

    I love the videos.. Thank you very much. Now I have something to watch when I actually have other things to do :P

    Oh.. The videos that are up on right now is not the same as those before. These plays nicely on vlc :D

  2. @t3d: I was referring to the BlenderNation effect ;-) The download speed of that server has dropped from 900kb/s this afternoon to 14kb/s; I guess quite a few people are downloading those videos at this moment..

  3. These videos are spectacular in quality..

    How can I get a good res video of 'Mancandy Rig Preview'? All the videos available are pictured from the screen.. I would like to have the one previewed in the conference..

  4. Never mind my previous statement it not missing, it just that the link on the videos page is mislabeled. It points to ""
    and should be ""

  5. Hi - seems that in the proceedings there is no link to my presentation blend although iirc i provided it, will e-mail to note the organizers about that but in case anyone is interested it's at

    it features an experimental presentation script that works so that additional info of things ('power points') is showed of the selected objects, so you can right-click objects for more info.

  6. To throw in a related / unrelated question: In video 2, the Plumiferos presentation (excellent stuff by the way) the presenter is using a very cool mind mapping / flowchart program. Does anyone know which program is being used here, (I'm sure it's in Linux) because I think it would be a great program to use for story development and organising scenes in blender?

    Thanks Blenderheads!

  7. Hey Brian,

    It's not Inkscape, but it looks like Freemind. But I have Freemind installed on my machine but it's not as smooth as the one in the Video.

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