purchasing or downloading tutorials

kaecha

purchasing or downloading tutorials

Post by kaecha »

Hello;

I just bought Cool 3D Production Studio and was wondering if there were any tutorials that I could download or purchase, as I am only online with my computer about 4 times a year.

Right now I am hooked up to high speed at work with my computer. I live in slow dial-up land in rural northern alberta and I'd really like to have some tuturials on this program. The computer will be here over the weekend and I could download some tutorials if they were available.

Patricia
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Post by VikingAnimations »

Patricia, you can find some right here http://www.ulead.com/learning/c3ds.htm are some from Ulead's site.

I'm sure there are more, right Ron?

Enjoy!
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Post by Ron P. »

Here is one that you could buy, and worth the $14.99 (US)...
Killer Graphics and Lower Thirds for Cool 3D PS

Then on this Web Board in the Tutorials Section:

Import 3D Model by member H.T. Chien

3D Image Fly-In by vidoman

List of Tutorials on Ulead's Website..

There's a few to get you started..
Ron Petersen, Web Board Administrator
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thanks so much for the quick reply. I know about those on the web-site, but can I save them to my hard-drive, take my computer home and still look at them, or do I have to be hooked up to the web to see them?

I just saw the next reply from VIDOMAN and will definately check that link out. thanks so much!

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Post by VikingAnimations »

If you use Internet Explorer, just click "File" and then "Save As..." and pick "webpage, complete." You will then have the HTML file, and IE will also make a folder with all the images in it. You will have to do this for each web page you want to save. But you'll have them for later offline use!
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Just bought the training video from VASST -- Cool 3D - Killer Graphics and Lower Thirds. Hopefully it won't take too long to get here. Thanks for the link! Looks like what I need.

>>just click "File" and then "Save As..." and pick "webpage, complete."<<

Thanks VikingAnimations, I feel so silly when it looks so simple ... I didn't realize I could do that and have all the images too.

Thanks everyone for the amazingly quick replies. I can't believe how fast you are!

Pat