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Lesson Read first - suggestions for presenting your project

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by RaceRay, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. Casey Pareni

    Casey Pareni MasterP

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    I see. I was trying to upload a video directly from my hard drive. Do I have to post to youtube first to get a video on?
  2. Historiker

    Historiker Dramamine Adict Staff Member Moderator Gold Contributor

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    You can go to youtube and create an account. Then you will be given options to upload your videos.
  3. choclo

    choclo Member

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    Thanks! I'm prapring my Arduino-Model Thread just like this way!
    I'm making a lot of photos and trying to make the steps as easy as possible.
    Still playing with the numbers in SimTools...
  4. Edson Lourenço Bezerra

    Edson Lourenço Bezerra Edson Bezerra - Desenvolvedor Open Source

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    Hello, how are you? good evening.
    I hope everyone is ...

    Thank you for class, I will start posting the new 3dof project.
  5. Sam MAHENDRA

    Sam MAHENDRA mahentheman

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    Thanks mate. No wonder mine gets rejected because I din't place the YouTube url (within brackets). I future I will do it.
  6. Spiros K

    Spiros K New Member

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    great to know! :)
    Preparing pics for my build post.
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    I have some problems with upload fotos. What is max file size to send?
  8. noorbeast

    noorbeast VR Tassie Devil Staff Member Moderator Race Director

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    For a thread post you don't need high res images, they will just slow down page loading and if there are enough of them won't the page render at all for members on a slow net connection, so I would suggest 1920x1080 max, though smaller is fine.

    There are plenty of ways to bulk resize images, personally I use Coverseen as it is open source, simple to use and has plenty of other handy image manipulation features: https://converseen.fasterland.net/