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In this lesson you will learn to make use of some of the more unique interface features of Director to streamline your production process.
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This tutorial describes how to use the Video Sequence Editor (VSE) in Blender to build an animated alpha image sequence that reveals different parts of an underlying static image. The end result of the video track layering will look like the image below.
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Note: The screenshots and descriptions were based on version 2.49 of Blender. The workflow is different for more recent releases of Blender.
01) Start Blender.
02) Hit the Delete key on your keyboard (the key below Insert) to remove the default cube object in the scene. Alternatively, you may hit the X key on your keyboard.
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A brief overview of how to share a file using Google Docs. TRT 0:47
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If you find that Blender's File Import or Export menu items only show a few "import" or "export" options, it likely means Blender doesn't have a valid file path that tells it where to locate the Python scripts that include file translators. This sometimes happens when you update Blender and use the default Python scripts path in the Windows version of the Blender installer.
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This is a description of how I was able to convert over 200 Commodore 64 1541 floppy disks to a number of .D64 archive files, readable with any of the modern C64 emulators.
In case you don't already know, a D64 file is a bit-for-bit copy of the entire contents of a Commodore 1541 5.25" floppy disk, saved as a single .D64 archive. In the early 1980s I had invested a considerable number of hours of my life creating various files on my Commodore 64 computer, including programs, music, stories, and even a screenplay. I decided that I wanted my old computer work to be archived before it was gone forever, so I resurrected the files from their 8-bit tomb. After some painful days, and a bit (byte?) or two of blood, sweat, and solder, I can once again work with my ancient C64 files.