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Posting Presets

Posted: Thu, 22nd Nov 2007, 11:28pm

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DJP444

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I just created a preset I wanted people to check out but I am unsure how to get it to the preset library.Any help at all will be appreiciated
Posted: Thu, 22nd Nov 2007, 11:52pm

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Axeman

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Its relatively simple, really. At the right side of your screen, in the presets download library, there are a series of boxes containing menus and such. At the bottom of the row is a box titled Submit a FXpreset. Just click the button in that box, and you can upload your preset file for submission. It will probably be a few days or so until its posted, so just be patient. If for some reason it doesn't get approved, the team will send you an email explaining why.

I look forward to seeing what you have come up with.
Posted: Fri, 23rd Nov 2007, 12:11am

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DJP444

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thanks so much wow that was a dumb mistake haha anyway i went to a firing range to study muzzle flashes to see what they really look like to get som realism and i fired a desert eagle .50 cal handgun and that muzzle flash is MASSIVE haha so I filmed the shots of the weapon and made an amateur copy of the flash that was in the video.
Posted: Fri, 23rd Nov 2007, 1:04am

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Axeman

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Awesome. I've done a bit of that myself. I frequently also use dvd's with muzzle flashes for reference when I'm creating presets. I look forward to seeing your Desert Eagle.