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Can I use Bongo 1.0 and Bongo 2.0 on the same computer?

DE ES FR IT KR 繁 Yes, by using the Bongo Version Selector. In the Bongo 2.0 folder in: C:\Program Files\Bongo 2.0 (32-bit Windows) C:\Program Files(x86)\Bongo 2.0 (64-bit Windows) you… View »

Video Gallery FAQ

All videos added to this page will show up under the Gallery. If you want your video to also show up under a specific tab, please follow these instructions: Tutorial tab Here will all the videos go t… View »

Animate Video Texture

DE ES FR IT KR TW Animating video textures in Bongo 2.0 You can now animated Video Textures in Bongo. It's an easy and fast way to get a texture animated. All you need is a video… View »

RPC Animation

DE ES FR IT KR 繁 Animating RPC objects in Bongo 2   Rhino 5 supports RPCs and some of them can be animated. With the help of Bongo 2 you can now animate the animated RPCs inside Rhino 5.… View »

Layer Animation

Bongo 2.0 supports Layer animation. Being able to animate Layers makes it easy to turn specific objects on and off. Video Tutorial Layer Animation View »

Animating Named Views

DE ES FR KR IT 繁 Named Views Wizard     The Bongo Named Views wizard lets you set up a view animation that passes through a number of named views. Named view ani… View »

How To Morph A Simple Shape

KR How to morph a simple shape in Bongo 2.0? Start by drawing a simple Plane in Rhino. Type in BongoTimeline on the commandline, to Start up Bongo and get the Timeline. Select the Plane and… View »

Simple Morphing

DE ES  FR IT KR 繁 M is a special effect in motion pictures and animations that changes (or morphs) one image/objects into another through a seamless transition. With th… View »

Edit Multiple Keyframes

Edit Multiple Keyframes In Bongo 2.0 you can Edit Multiple Keyframes at the same time. You can easily choose the Keyframes you want to change by clicking and dragging the mouse cursor over the Keyfr… View »

Keyframes & Keyframe Editor

DE ES FR IT KR 繁 简 Using Keyframes   Previous article: The curve editor   A keyframe determines the actual value of a parameter, such as location, rotation, color, at… View »


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