• David the Harper
    Posts: 3
    Joined: Mar 30th, 2008
    Maybe you could do a good tutorial for Kinemac, which I gather 88,000 people got with MacHeist bundle 3; there's stuff on YouTube but I didn't find anything that really helps; of course there's their own introductory video, but it's only 12 minutes, and I'm sorry to say that that style doesn't work for me at all - I need human reactions, and freedom from meaningless and distracting hand gestures. Some other trainers, despite their deep knowledge - still manage to use language which is confusing, if not simply wrong - to quote one example "I'm using the shift key to constrain the size", when what he's constraining is the *proportions* and what he's doing to the size is *changing* it. My dream tutors, the two guys I could earn anything from, are Richard Lionheart - oh, sorry, Lainhart ;-) - who did your Soundbooth tutorial and Derrick Story, who did Lynda's iPhoto - the only tutorial they did that was better than a MacProVideo product ;-) - just the right speed, just the right style, just the right content, just the right level ... for me, of course. All best wishes and thanks David the Harper
  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: Kinemac
    Hi David the Harper ;) Kinemac is a very cool bit of software. Any others out there interested in learning Kinemac? Cheers Rounik
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