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Monday, 11 June 2012

Valve's Source Engine Used In Movie




Valves source engine, the engine which has brought us games such as Counter Strike: Source, Half life 2 and Portal 2 will be used in an upcoming animated film by Brown Bag Films. The film named 'Deep' will have a budget of $18.7 million which is considerably big for an independent film. 

The engine will be used to provide real-time rendering, editing, simplified character animation, and economical lighting. Rumours are that the film is based in Post World War III, where whats is left of the population hides in ships under the sea.

Would you go see this film?

11 comments:

  1. You even had a rhyme in there with the news, surely can't lose..haha...sounds interesting.

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  2. That sounds good, I love indie film's usually because they are making the film with actual ideas...not just trying to make a Hollywood money maker. I'd go check it out, sure.

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  3. This is good news for Valve, what they do is truly innovative and impressive, they deserve it.

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    1. yeah valve are a remarkable company

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  4. Yes. Yes I would like to see this film. I hope Valve get some of that sweet, sweet, Hollywood money too.

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    1. I sure hope so, i know id watch this

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  5. Seems like a good idea, and I'll keep an eye out for the movie.

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  6. This sounds like a really cool way to make a movie. It's certainly an original idea.

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  7. that really is a lot of money for an independent film

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