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Old 17-01-2003, 12:25 AM   #1
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I'm going through the Maya Fundamentals video tutorials and I notice the authors setup a hotkey for some kind of annotation tool (see attached pic). It's not one of the curve tools and doesn't seem to be one of the paint tools but I could be wrong. Anyone have a clue what and where this is so I don't have to annotate in Photoshop when showing a screenshot?
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Old 17-01-2003, 12:27 AM   #2
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do you mean the pencil?

if so ..its nothing to do with maya, its just the screen catch software... something they use to outline stuff mate
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Ahhhhh...that explains it!! That's two pints of abbott ale I owe ya!

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Old 17-01-2003, 12:40 AM   #4
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but yeah... I want one to!!
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Yep. They use Camtasia I think. Great program.

Maya should add it to a future version...hint! Hint!
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Old 17-01-2003, 09:17 AM   #6
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Yep. They use Camtasia I think. Great program.

Maya should add it to a future version...hint! Hint!
I dont think maya would like peolple to do video tuts of there product - as they want to sell there own videos and dvds...

so i doubt you will ever see this
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ya... aw only likes stuff aw.... and they dont!!! like non-aw thing doing aw stuff...]


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It's all good. If you do a screenshot and have to bring it into photoshop to edit the format and size anyway, it will only take a few minutes extra to annotate with the line and text tools. Null perspiration.
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Oh, I just meant that little marking pen tool that Camtasia uses...

Not the video part....
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