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Old 07-11-2002, 10:29 PM   #1
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i think we should have a written tutorial section as well as video
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I'm not sure you would get anyone to commit to the time required to type it all out Nem, & you'd need some pics in too for clarity. Video seems to be a smoother way of getting it across.
I stand to be corrected by the best tute guys i've seen, btw
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yeah video is much easier to get something across, but some people who have good ideas might not have any way to record this stuff, or have a fast enough internet connection to submit these big vid files thats all im saying
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I reckon it's a good idea, especially for those who have 3gb a month caps like i do.
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i think SMvideo are much easier for learning Maya !! in SM free video AND VIP video are amazing !!!
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Videos Rule!

Seriously though, I understand both views buth do a search in Google for "Maya Tutorials" ... now that´s a lot right? Now try: "Maya Video Tutorials", not that much ... See my point?

Internet is full of Maya´s written tutorials, but the choice of over-the-shoulder tutorials is either slim, or pricey so perhaps this for the moment being is the best choice all around.
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yeah i no there are a lot of tuts on the net, but most of em are crap and seeing as this site is a community based site, i think ppl shud b able to write their own tuts and put them on the site
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yes we are going to be working on a html maya tutorial section before xmas.... we have been planning it for a while now!

so hope this helps all
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video tutorials are much much much better.... when you go wrong in the middle of something... just go back and see what the instructor has done.. well, adding a html maya tutorial section would help a lot too... since there are so many people in simply maya.. .. wait.. do you mean that people make their own tutorials and submit em', if its not... i hope you guyz make another section for that!!
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it would help a lot of people... since most of the people come here searching for tutorials... when the find that archive.. i tell ya.. they are going to be glued to the site for quite a long time!
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