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    Thanks MT. Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregsolano View Post
    If anyone wants MP4's of the tips and tricks you can find them here:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?0c7oo5qvhp8ye

    One advantage to MP4 format is it will play on IPODs, IPads, cellphones etc.

    By the way great job Michael on the new lessons they are great!
    Greg,

    Thanks so very much for posting the MP4 versions of Michael's great video tutorials. Try as I might I was unable to dowload and make those MP4 conversions. The sound track was always off queue from the videos. Now I can use them on my iPad for instruction and demonstration of the great resources available to new clients and current users alike. Again my thanks to both you and Michael.
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    Your welcome capt bruce. I use firefox browser with the download helper add on, Its free and it downloads flash videos and saves them as MP4's on your computer. Great for most videos you find on the web that you could not download in the past. Do I sound like a commercial? LOL, anyway it works and its free.

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    thank you Greg ... I am uploading them to Vimeo as you download them ... it is uploaded and wiating to be approved right now

    lots of CarveWright related Videos here

    http://vimeo.com/channels/carvewright and here http://vimeo.com/groups/carvewright

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregsolano View Post
    If anyone wants MP4's of the tips and tricks you can find them here:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?0c7oo5qvhp8ye

    One advantage to MP4 format is it will play on IPODs, IPads, cellphones etc.

    By the way great job Michael on the new lessons they are great!
    Thank you, Greg! That will be a great help to a lot of folks. We all appreciate it very much!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleRedWoodshop View Post
    thank you Greg ... I am uploading them to Vimeo as you download them ... it is uploaded and wiating to be approved right now

    lots of CarveWright related Videos here

    http://vimeo.com/channels/carvewright and here http://vimeo.com/groups/carvewright

    Thank you, Jason, for the convenient link!
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    IE9 users, try switching the "Compatibility View" control to the right of the address bar. Switched one way and the video is the size of a postage stamp on my machine. If I switch the compatibility view control it changes to a normal (large) view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryT View Post
    IE9 users, try switching the "Compatibility View" control to the right of the address bar. Switched one way and the video is the size of a postage stamp on my machine. If I switch the compatibility view control it changes to a normal (large) view.
    Great tip, Terry! Hopefully, that will solve the "postage stamp" size for the folks that have been experiencing that!
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    I gave up and downloaded Chrome from Google and it works great.

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    I think there should be a hyper-link on the Carve Wright Corner for the Tips & Tricks with this link http://vimeo.com/groups/carvewright which will help in finding a way to view this video in a larger screen. It took me a while to find this link by clicking on the button "See tips for VIEWING VIDEO FORMAT HERE." Would have been nicer just to have a direct link instead of having to read the past forum and finding the link to the Vimeo page. Just my 2 ¢ worth. Nice Video to watch,
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