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Masking: Make an Old Pirate's Telescope in CLab of VLab

Posted: Mon, 9th Apr 2007, 10:26pm

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Plainly

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How to make your video see through an old pirate's telescope:

Click here to read the tutorial writen by me.

Last edited Wed, 11th Apr 2007, 1:44am; edited 2 times in total.

Posted: Mon, 9th Apr 2007, 10:34pm

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Joshua Davies

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I think you best remake this tutorial using the standard screen grab button (normally called "Prt Scr" on the right of F12, then just paste in to any image application) as taking photos of your screen gives pretty bad results.

Good luck...
Posted: Tue, 10th Apr 2007, 2:41pm

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Simon K Jones

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It's best if you resize the images and paste them directly into the post, too, so people don't have to open extra windows to view the pics.
Posted: Tue, 10th Apr 2007, 10:08pm

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As I said, I tried doing that but it didn't work for some reason.


Thanks Schwar. I'll do that right now.



EDIT: OK I changed the tutorial! Now it's waaay better! Thanks for the critisizme (I'll never be able to spell that correctly... sad), guys!
Posted: Tue, 10th Jun 2008, 5:53pm

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Criticism. C-R-I-T-I-C-I-S-M. That's how you spell it. Criticism. Think "critic" like "critical", and just add "ism".