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Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 4/17/2006 6:59:59 AM   
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The Picture Tutorial is will eventually contain a wealth of useful information and will become a point of reference.

Please tell us what you would like to see as a Tutorial

PLEASE NOTE  all posts in this Topic will be temporary.

Your input will be gratefully received but deleted once it has been dealt with.

Practical and suitable topics will be placed in the list.  (Therefore please do not use this Topic as a discussion point)

Current list of proposed Tutorials:


Motherboards
What a hard disk looks like inside
Dxdiag - what does all that mean?
Windows How-To’s
Using windows media encoder
The PC Power Supply
Inside a DVD Burner
Fitting a mains plug safely
Good Case ventilation
Creating a composite Menu., door, gate, window etc.
Using Alpha Masking
Making a How To
HFX tips (perhaps a sequence that together forms a project)
Stock pile of buttons for studio
Camstudio settings for screen capture video
VideoInspecter and Gspot what's in a header file
Layering in Paint Shop Pro / Photoshop
Uninstalling & Reinstalling Studio
Backing up and restoring Windows
Let's take a look in the Registry

< Message edited by geoff_pell -- 4/20/2006 2:06:21 AM >
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RE: Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 11/5/2007 3:31:18 PM   
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How to make different things in Studio 11 (Like Gordon Romskye did with Studio 9 & 10)

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RE: Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 7/8/2008 8:38:55 AM   
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Due to the extreme lack of documentation from Pinnacle provided with the Studio 12 Ultimate package for an upgrade from Studio 10 or 11,
provide a step by step for install (what to deinstall, what previous editions to keep so that new software can install, what to do when the content transfer does not work )
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RE: Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 7/8/2008 8:41:14 AM   
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Great idea! 

How about it for you folks in the know? 



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RE: Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 7/8/2008 8:44:27 AM   
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For those of us that want to clean up after our projects are finished and archived...........

What can we delete and where do we delete?  How about a step by step tutorial for the housecleaning?  (i.e. delete, defrag, etc.)

It's the only time that Lizzie will willing do housecleaning ...........

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RE: Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 7/8/2008 12:29:08 PM   
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quote:

what to do when the content transfer does not work
When I figure that out, I'll let you know.

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RE: Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 5/28/2009 9:38:58 PM   
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Can you show how to do color isolation?
For example a flower is red and everything else is black and white.

Thanks
Michael

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RE: Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 5/29/2009 1:54:51 AM   
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Not worth talkin' about around here.
Michael, I have given you a brief overview here.  Feel free to ask for further details (and let us know what program you have available to edit the image).

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RE: Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 5/31/2009 7:35:48 PM   
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Yes that is what I want to do.  However, I want to be able to do that in a Studio 12 movie, and not just a picture.
Is there a way for the movie?
I have Paint Shop Pro X.
Thanks Michael
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RE: Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 5/31/2009 8:53:04 PM   
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The "Schindler Effect" 

JP's Effects might be able to do what you're asking about. But I don't know if it will do multiple colors as in a bouquet of multi-colored flowers.

The effects are free, I believe the S10 effects will work with S12.

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RE: Make a Picture Tutorial Request Here - 6/1/2009 2:37:18 AM   
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    WL Filter (free) also has a couple of color-pass options but you might have to do some extra work to change more than one color at a timePete.
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