Torley (was: [SLED] SLmovie troubles)
notmarian at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 14:42:37 PDT 2007
I love his videos too. The content is great but I can't watch more than two
of them in a row lest I get a headache from his "wild and crazy guy" style.
I've just dated myself with that reference which is likely another reason
why I find Torley's videos draining. I'm pretty ancient.
On 10/24/07, Peter Jacobs <peter.jacobs at cc.kuleuven.be> wrote:
> It seems that some people get annoyed a bit with Torley's videos, I do
> love them!
> He even has a blog (http://www.torley.com ) and an SL "Torley Fans"
> Maybe off topic, but to me it shows that Linden Lab is not just some
> get-rich-quick type of company, but people who like to experiment and take
> risks in everything they do...
> friendly greeting! ;-)
> Peter Jacobs (aka Narci Shan)
> notmarian wrote:
> Here's the Torley vid and the wiki link.
> (here's a Torley Linden video on camera movement, sort of annoying but
> http://youtube.com/watch?v=m06fKVvq3uQ )
> Here's a link to the machinima wiki. New, but useful. https://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Machinima
> There's help at the Machinima Institute in world (sorry, don't have the
> sURL handy)
> On 10/23/07, Kahler, Scott <skahle14 at mercyhurst.edu> wrote:
> > I am pretty sure a TV has a much lower resolution than any computer
> > monitor. I do not know if their is a difference or not. I do know. Can you
> > repost the Torey video's link? I must have missed it.
> > Thank you for the UI removal info. Sometimes issues like that are really
> > hard to find.
> > HI,
> > I should clarify about window size. I am creating videos for
> > professional production to DVD (the College television people are doing the
> > final production, not me, to be sure!) For Youtube-ish delivery then your
> > capture would have to be teeny...and the UI would totally take over the
> > screen and not be legible anyway. I do recommend some of the Torley Linden
> > videos I mentioned earlier. The "aren't I just wild and crazy" thing
> > Torley's got going can wear on a tired mind, but the content is very
> > helpful.
> > Pip
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