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Gus 512
09-09-2006, 03:56 PM
Hi, everybody ,i am new to lightwave ,and i am looking for old Relativity scenes and example .Ifound PDF documentation and Tutorial into <insideLightwave 6> relativity2 demo but no scenes . The link to Prem Sub---is down. May be someone ,still having this stuff on his HD it will be very helpfull and appreciate to get this example , Didnt find much tutorial and example coming with version 9 Thanks.::help:

Phil
09-12-2006, 02:55 PM
I'm still waiting for NewTek to provide a statement about ownership of the content. Originally, it was copyrighted by Prem. Since NT acquired Relativity 2 (only!) from Prem, it's currently unclear who owns this and whether the documentation (including that from Relativity 1.0 - the 2.0 documentation was basically an addendum and a changelog) and content can be made available.

I have it all here. Prem has ducked the question every time and NT have yet to make it clear. Until this happens, there's nothing that I can comfortably do to help.

I did originally post a compilation of the 'best bits' of the Relativity user list within the OB forum. I shall pull this together into a single HTML document and suck in any related content. I would like to get this up this week, but it depends on available time ;)

Phil
09-12-2006, 03:03 PM
OK. With a bit of digging, this seems to be the full content and documentation for Relativity :

http://www.premdesign.com/relsupport/

*edit* The URLs seemed to work, but are broken. Sadly. These are working, so maybe they will help :

http://www.premdesign.com/rel_tuts/desklamp.htm
http://www.premdesign.com/rel_tuts/tank_tutorial.htm

Gus 512
09-12-2006, 07:00 PM
Thanks Phil,to take time for me. i have those 2 tutorial already,but what i am looking for, is on this Pdf.You could see it if i link it properly, what i need is the scenes who goes with those tutorial, it will help me a lot ,quite easy to rotate wheels and gears but there is some doctor her in relativity aren`t easy to manage,and doesn`t want to collaborate . Ps really appreciate your help.<hope newtek will provide some tut with example> not much to improve skill here!Have a good day.

Gus 512
09-12-2006, 07:16 PM
Hoops! I just see your thread Phil , after i post mine. you have all my support!:thumbsup: