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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis View Post
    I just wan tot congratulate NT and all involved on this siggraph presentation. Guys and girls - this rocks, this is best LW presentation for a long time (i'd dare to say ever), WEB is professional, videos are great (an on time) and presenters are great and know Lw really (not just marketing talk) .

    Good times ahead .

    cheers
    I concur wholeheartedly, NT this is how to do it, remember this and build on it!

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    Yup, totally agree - best Newtek demo, presentation, documents, advertising and presence in years.
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    William Shatner and Dick Van Dyke video now up:

    http://tv.newtek.com/player_siggraph2.php

    I am told the Rob Powers video should be up soon as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicolas Jordan View Post
    Newtek finally has a very good presentation on rigging in Lightwave at Siggraph. It really shows off strengths in Lightwaves rigging as it would be used in a a real production pipeline with having to bring in updated models etc. Nicely done Lino! Kudos to Newtek for finally having a knowledgeable user demo some rigging features.
    Absolutely YES!

    Lino is one of my absolute favourites when it comes to LW and rigging. He has done some incredible good work in the past and continues to do. Lets just stay with the fact that I am honoured to have him on Skype and everytime we talk/chat, we have a really good time. Right person at the right place at the right time. Finaly, NT woke up and got their act together!

    Awesome!

    The only thing missing to top it off would be Rebel Hill demonstrating rigging as well. That would make a "WTF...can that be done in LW for real!?" expression on everyone watching.

    Next Siggraph maybe? Those two... just wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickdigital View Post
    Hopefully Newtek or someone has video of the interview because the part where Dick Van Dyke is asking how to remove an envelope is hilarious.
    just saw it, "shift click!? sonnova.." lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis View Post
    I just wan tot congratulate NT and all involved on this siggraph presentation. Guys and girls - this rocks, this is best LW presentation for a long time (i'd dare to say ever), WEB is professional, videos are great (an on time) and presenters are great and know Lw really (not just marketing talk) .

    Good times ahead .

    cheers
    I can only agree!

    For those that didn't have the chance to watch Rob Powers presentation before it went offline; guys... you truly missed something very, very cool. Seeing Avatar environments with over 1000 items, realtime fog being buttersmooth to move a camera through on a fracking laptop was really cool.

    However, there were a large part of that presentation not related to Avatar that sent goosebumps down my spine. Very good stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cageman View Post
    I can only agree!

    For those that didn't have the chance to watch Rob Powers presentation before it went offline; guys... you truly missed something very, very cool. Seeing Avatar environments with over 1000 items, realtime fog being buttersmooth to move a camera through on a fracking laptop was really cool.

    However, there were a large part of that presentation not related to Avatar that sent goosebumps down my spine. Very good stuff!
    How did Rob get that....I thought there was a strict nothing leaves the studio policy?

    Looks like Newtek has come out punching..coolness

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew_y View Post
    I am told the Rob Powers video should be up soon as well.
    thank you ... i'll wait here

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    Quote Originally Posted by zarti View Post
    where is Rob Powers' video ?
    it dissapeared, apparently it will be back soon. Maybe they had to cut the Avatar stuff he showed.

    Quote Originally Posted by calilifestyle View Post
    one thing that i found fun was Google. what in the world where they doing there. they also had a middle size booth. i wanted to pick up a Google box but didn't.
    I imagine Google was there to show Sketchup.
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    Why did Rob presentation got offline ? I didn't look it . will it be online again ?

    EDIT : ok it'll be online , i need to refresh before posting .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis View Post
    Why did Rob presentation got offline ? I didn't look it . will it be online again ?
    Like I said in the post above, it's supposed to be back up soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philbert View Post
    it dissapeared, apparently it will be back soon. Maybe they had to cut the Avatar stuff he showed.
    how long was the video ?

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    Indeed - no Avatar can be shown outside NT booth

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    Quote Originally Posted by zarti View Post
    how long was the video ?
    I think it was about 10 minutes.
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