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saving instructional tutorials

Postby bendgee » Fri Jul 20, 2012 9:48 pm

Hi I am new here and have a question. I have purchased both VIDEO STUDIO X4 PRO and PAINTSHOP Pro x4 and am trying to learn how to use them effectively.

I am a Senior and have to review tutorials over and over again and again (slow learner I guess).
I see there are a lot of instructional videos to help people with these programs. My progress is slow and I need to review try to adapt what I am shown several times.

IS THERE A WAY THAT i CAN DOWNLOAD AND BURN THE TO A DISC to view at my speed?

Instructions for newer programs are already coming out and soon there will be no more help with the versions that I have.

This is for my own use and would greatly help me.
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Re: saving instructional tutorials

Postby teknisyan » Mon Jul 23, 2012 9:44 pm

Hello Bendgee,

I assume that you are referring to the Video Tutorials available in Youtube or from the Corel Discovery Center.

For the Video on Youtube, then you will need to install youtube video downloader on your computer in order for you to download the videos, if you however have the latest version of Real Player, then that program has a feature that can download videos online. You can visit this site for more information - http://www.real.com/realplayer/download-video

For the tutorials on Corel Discovery Center - the you can download the PDF version of the tutorial by clicking on the CREATE icon that you'll at the bottom right of the screen then on the screen that will appear click on the VIEW TUTORIAL (.pdf) the file is open on your browser, just click on the SAVE button that you'll see on the upper-left corner of the screen to save the PDF file on your computer.
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Re: saving instructional tutorials

Postby bendgee » Sat Jan 19, 2013 3:33 am

thanks for your help. New here have a million questions.
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processor: AMD Athlon 11x2 255 Regor Dual Core Socket Am3 CPU
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Video Card: rADEON hd 4290 Graphics
sound_card: 8Ch Audio
Hard_Drive_Capacity: 466GB
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