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    Many thanks for these proton!

    Cheers.

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    more on the way...I like to keep them in bite size format as quick little tips!

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    thanks proton!

    if possible could you do one about using motion capture files on characters in lightwave at some point?

    as dave school is quite big on motion capture it would be interesting to see.

    cheers!

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    I'm having lots of trouble with these vids.
    The ends are corrupted or something... but maybe my net connection?

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    no problems here...downloaded okay
    stee+cat
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    All of your tutorials are good but i think your Blend Groups looks so cool which i never seen it before.

    Thanks for your sharing!

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    I'm no expert with HyperVoxels, but I never even noticed that feature before!!! Thanks Proton!

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    Glad you guys picked something up. Be sure to play with teh settings....I love taking three nulss, having two be additive and one negative....the negative one can cut thru teh other two....very cool stuff!

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    Angry i wanna see!

    I have spent many minutes downloading these video tutorials, but they wont play? I have quicktime pro, which crashes shortly after playing the first second?

    Can anybody offer a solution? Do i need another codec to run these properly?

    cheers.

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    I guess you can try downloading the freeware 'Alternative Quicktime' codec which allows you to play quicktime videos in Windows Media Player (although I prefer playing them through Media Player Classic).
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsalad
    I have spent many minutes downloading these video tutorials, but they wont play? I have quicktime pro, which crashes shortly after playing the first second?

    Can anybody offer a solution? Do i need another codec to run these properly?

    cheers.

    I'm using standard QT 6.4 and it works fine for me with IE on a mac.

    Maybe it has something to do with your browser...maybe not?

    Kuzey

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    Keep them coming proton! You have a dream job.
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