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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.1 
I´ll try to model more in MoI, and some of the models I´ll post in this thread.
Here´s the first one. :)
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.2 In reply to 2113.1 
Thingy #2
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.3 In reply to 2113.2 
Thingy #3
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.4 In reply to 2113.3 
Thingy #4
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.5 In reply to 2113.4 
#5
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
2113.6 In reply to 2113.5 
Rust

The Thingy#3 looks much like the top of my oxygen bottle!

Nice clean modelling---don't think the lack of reply indicates a lack of interest in your work.

It's great to see people progressing.

Brian
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.7 In reply to 2113.6 
Thank you Brian. I´ve been lurking around this forum since day one, and it´s about time I start learning this program and post some work.
I´m modeling some first-aid equipment and it´s easier to get them into Autocad. using Nurbs instead of Poly/modo. They don´t have to be perfect. :)

#6 - Not accurat at all, but kind of a "look-alike" ;)
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.8 In reply to 2113.7 
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.9 In reply to 2113.8 
#8
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 From:  Michael Gibson
2113.10 
These are all turning out quite well, it is cool to see them!
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.11 In reply to 2113.10 
Thanks Michael. :)
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.12 In reply to 2113.11 
A super quick and "plain" laptop...






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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.13 In reply to 2113.12 
#10












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 From:  -ash-
2113.14 In reply to 2113.13 
I like this - can you share your technique for making the nuts? Would be much appreciated.

Regards
Tony

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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.15 In reply to 2113.14 
Hi Tony. I guess there´s many ways of model nuts. I recorded a video showing two ways.
My first Screencast.com upload, so I hope it works. Use this link > http://www.screencast.com/t/551hQLI22E
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
2113.16 In reply to 2113.15 
Works fine but you have forgotten forget to say "Press Details" for dowload the video ;)
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 From:  Michael Gibson
2113.17 In reply to 2113.15 
Hi J.O. - cool video!

It seems that Screencast.com is not set up to embed QuickTime (.mov) videos into other web pages.

I think if you use Flash format (.swf) or possibly .wmv (not sure about .wmv though), it will give you a little bit of HTML code that you can paste into a web page or also into a forum post here to have the video player show up directly inside your post (http://moi3d.com/forum/index.php?webtag=MOI&msg=2042.25).

Not a big deal, but possibly the embed method is slightly easier for viewers.

- Michael
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.18 In reply to 2113.17 
Thanks guys.
I have some problem with the Jing app, and I usually use QT (iShowU) and my .Mac site to post my videos.
The .swf files get rather big I think?

Will try some more :)
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 From:  Michael Gibson
2113.19 In reply to 2113.18 
Hi J.O.

> The .swf files get rather big I think?

Yeah, they tend to be somewhat larger, but also somewhat more "web page oriented".

To cut down on download size what I do is actually record at full normal application size but then produce the final video scaled down to 640 pixels in width.

Anyway, your current method is fine. I had assumed that you were using Camtasia to do the recording since that is made by the same people that do Screencast.com .

- Michael
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 From:  J.O.Rust (RUST)
2113.20 In reply to 2113.19 
Yes I did use my old Camtasia 3, and manage to get the .swf file size down to 29 mb. The QT H.264 export failed, so I used Mpeg4. The Mpeg4 was around 10MB and the H.264 would be even smaller.
In the future I wil try to put up a download page of MoI videos, like I did for Modo http://homepage.mac.com/janoverust/FileSharing26.html
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