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Old 04-20-2007, 07:09 AM
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How Can I Put Up A Quicktime Tutorial?

Hello Doug. I have several of my original Photoshop CS2 tutorials that deal with several techniques and I would like to put one up here, but not sure how to go about it. I went under the publishing system flyout menu and I am not sure how to embed a QT mov tutorial. Can you link me to some help?

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Old 04-20-2007, 08:02 AM
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Re: How Can I Put Up A Quicktime Tutorial?

The easiest way is to use youtube.com or a similar service, then copy their embed code in HTML mode.
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Old 04-20-2007, 08:22 AM
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I forgot I published this:
http://retouchpro.com/tutorials/?m=show&id=266
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Old 04-20-2007, 10:54 AM
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Re: How Can I Put Up A Quicktime Tutorial?

Thanks Doug. i uploaded my QT tutorial linked from youtube.com, but somehow I notice 2 posts. I tried to delete one of the "bad" ones, but it didn't seem to cancel. Is it also normal to see the text embedded with the tutorial?

i emailed Swampy and her tutorials come on as a QT movie. This is what I was trying to do and she said the same thing, we need to link to youtube or some other host. There doesn't seem to be able to upload QT from the publishing software, is that correct?

Thanks for your help. I have several new QT Photoshop tutorials that I would like to post which may interest other members here

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Old 04-20-2007, 12:12 PM
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Re: How Can I Put Up A Quicktime Tutorial?

Take a look at your HTML (the <> button). It looks like you pasted the embed code twice.

I think Swampy uses a different site than youtube. But the principle is the same.
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Thanks for your help Doug. bear with me, I'm new at this posting thing and don't know all the ropes yet, but I'm tryin? haha

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Re: How Can I Put Up A Quicktime Tutorial?

Steve...

I parked my QT movies on my .mac server space Then put a link in the tutorial to grab and play it.

Link was formatted "http://homepage.mac.com/swampy/Sites/Tutorials/Movie_name.mp4"

If you use YouTube or Photo Bucket to store your movie, they will give you a couple options to copy/paste the link into forums. When I used the RTP tutorial creater, I posted a short note in the "discussion" portion with image samples, then posted the actual QT link in the tutorial sectioin [details].

Edited 6/7/07
Due to bandwidth restrictions, I've relocated my tutorials. I've now got them stored and accessed from photobucket. P'Bucket converts my QT's to a flash movie format, (which YouTube also did) which reduces the quality, but at least they are available 24/7 with no bandwidth restrictions.

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