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Old 07 March 2018, 12:41   #401
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your collection reminds me of Dale Luck's Warehouse, Jim Sachs in an interview once talked
about it, and there was a video or at least some images of the areal or something.
which I cannot find anymore.

not sure about a good title, but between the lines, youy should read something like:
Never give up, Never surrender
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Old 07 March 2018, 16:42   #402
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Gods! So many Amigas!
Nothing special about it. I was buying Amigas right from release. Some for fun, most for work.

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Or conect them to the largest working Amiga Render Farm currently in existence, to stay on topic of the thread...

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That's what I used several for. Twenty odd 4000s maxed out as much as possible then connected into a render farm. Kept using it until it became so much more practical to use PCs.
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Old 09 March 2018, 08:56   #403
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Hell never!

Btw, a new LightView version has been released!

http://aminet.net/package/gfx/3d/LightView.lha

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Old 09 March 2018, 13:31   #404
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I dont like the GUI, sort of Kai's Goo design, but doesnt reach that quality.
but the viewer itself is nice. thanks
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Old 09 March 2018, 13:55   #405
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I dont like the GUI, sort of Kai's Goo design, but doesnt reach that quality.
but the viewer itself is nice. thanks
NP! Haven 't tried it myself, or I think I haven't. I just saw it on the Aminet feed and thought of mentioning it!

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Old 09 March 2018, 16:48   #406
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I'm allways glad to see something new.
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Old 09 March 2018, 23:47   #407
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Is there a complete installed package of Lightwave with all the mentioned tools here available?
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Old 09 March 2018, 23:50   #408
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Is there a complete installed package of Lightwave with all the mentioned tools here available?
no, but you can start with my LW5 Setup including scenes/objects from the CD

kikems made another package, with some 3rd party tools, you may try too.
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Old 10 March 2018, 00:04   #409
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A full Installation would be a great benefit, if someone will find time for this.
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Old 11 March 2018, 17:05   #410
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Has anyone used WaveFilter plugin with success?

I only get a vertical white line ath the center of the screen...
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Old 22 April 2018, 07:38   #411
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Here's the next batch. This is the last time I'll include other stuff on the list. I'm going to start a thread for everything. I'll continue posting here stuff that is useful for video work.

The Toaster Flyer developer documentation is among the more interesting ones this time. Some of the software I've only uploaded the documentation - the disks had succumbed to bit rot. Never fear, I've got multiple copies and when I go home to pick up the next batch I'll fetch them.


Documentation:

\Documentation\Books\Alan Chan
Photoreal FX in Lightwave
Power FX Addendum 5.0 Alan Chan

\Documentation\Books\Dan Ablan
Lightwave Power Guide by Dan Ablan - Companion CD

\Documentation\Books\John Skeel
Inside Aegis Animator by John Skeel

\Documentation\Books\Merrill Callaway
The ARexx Cookbook Deluxe Set Disk II
The ARexx Reference Disk A Complete ARexx Language Reference in Amigaguide hypertext format

\Documentation\Books\Positron Publishing
Mastering Toaster Technology Disk 1
Mastering Toaster Technology Disk 2


Ephemera:

\Documentation\Ephemera\ASDG
Art Department Professional
ASDG Product Listing
CygnusED and Dual Serial Board
Morph Plus
True Print 24
T Rexx Professional Advertisement and Spec Sheet

\Documentation\Ephemera\DevWare
DevWare Advertisement

\Documentation\Ephemera\Dimension Technologies
Dimension Technologies Advertisement

\Documentation\Ephemera\Visual Inspirations
Merlins Software Advertisement


Hardware:

\Hardware\Digital Processing Systems
Personal TBC IV 2.2

\Hardware\MacroSystem
Retina 1.2
Retina 2.3
Toccata 1.1

\Hardware\Newtek
Video Toaster and Flyer Developer Documentation


Multimedia Resources:

\Multimedia Resources\Better Concepts
Clip Art and Fonts CD

\Multimedia Resources\Blue Line Systems
SCALA PLUG IN

\Multimedia Resources\Cloanto
The Kara Collection 3.0

\Multimedia Resources\Digital Soundstage
Space Wars Digital Effects Kit

\Multimedia Resources\Exodus Multimedia
FireCD Serial# FCD00508

\Multimedia Resources\Joes First Company\Volume V Family Images
Volume V Family Images

\Multimedia Resources\Kara Computer Graphics
KARA FONTS Disk 1 Cast Marble Wood
KARA FONTS Disk 2 Brick, Chrome Column Granite
KARA FONTS Disk 3 Bevel Chisel Chisel Serif Granite
KARA FONTS Headlines 4 Disk 1 Gothic Serif
KARA FONTS Headlines 4 Disk 2 Roman Extrude
KARA FONTS Headlines 4 Disk 3 Chisel Script Roman
KARA FONTS Headlines 4 Disk 4 Brushed

\Multimedia Resources\Micro R and D
Volume 3 Publishers Companion

\Software\Andy and Graham Dean
ImageStudio 2


Software:

\Software\ASDG
Art Department Professional Version 2.1.5 Patch Disk
Art Department Professional Version 2 User Manual
MorphPlus User Manual
Professional Conversiona Pack 2.3.0B for Art Department Pro
Professional Conversiona Pack 2.3 for Art Department Pro
Professional Conversiona Pack 2.5 for Art Department Pro
Professional Conversion Pack manual

\Software\Asimware Innovations
Asim CDFS Version 3

\Software\Axiom Software
WaveMaker 1.0 User Manual
WaveMaker

\Software\Commodore Business Machines
Amiga Vision Professional Guided Tour
Amiga Vision Professional Users Guide

\Software\Consultron
Cross DOS 4.02a
Cross DOS 4.02a Manual edition 5
Cross DOS Gold Version 7
Cross DOS Gold Version 7 manual

\Software\Crestline Software Publishing
Humanoid Human Animation Designer Serial Number 2516
Humanoid Human Animation Designer User Manual Serial Number 2516

\Software\Digita
Wordworth 7.01 Update floppy
Wordworth 7 manual
Wordworth 7 CD Serial# 3500181

\Software\Dimension Technologies
QuickBrush 4000

\Software\dissidents
Sample Wrench manual
Sample Wrench V 3.0 Serial# 296012301
Wrench Extras
Wrench Sounds Serial# 296012301

\Software\Eagle Tree Software
Helm box
Helm Reference Manual

\Software\Electronic Arts
DeluxePaint IV

\Software\Fuller Computer Systems
Project D 1.1 manual

\Software\Gold Disk
Professional Draw Version 3.0 Serial# AM 65409

\Software\Haage and Partner
AmigaWriter V2.2

\Software\Innovatronics
CanDo 2.51 Serial# CD2000010957
CanDo 3.0 Serial# 10003831
CanDo Patch 3.0005
CanDo Patch 3.0007

\Software\InnoVision
Montage PostScript Module Version 1.0

\Software\KludgeCode Software
TREXX Professional 1.02

\Software\Lattice
Lattice Amiga C Compiler 3.10 Serial AM01
Text Management Utilities 1.01B Serial AM03

\Software\Macrosystem
VDPaint 2.7

\Software\Matrix Productions
Pro Wipes Volume II

\Software\Matrix Productions\Version3a
Pro Wipes 3.0 Volume 1

\Software\Newtek
Digiview 4.01
LightWave3D Version 5 Upgrade Serial# 0001000069
Video Toaster 4.2 and Flyer CD

\Software\Oxxi
SBase Professional 4 Version 1.3N Serial# 10C62016

\Software\Positron Publishing
Dynamic Motion Module 1.07 Serial# 100-H-3778
Dynamic Motion Module manual

\Software\Precision Software
Superbase Professional 4 Version 1.0 Serial# 10C00408

\Software\ProWave
Render FX 0.98 Prerelease Verion Serial# 924057

\Software\SAS Institute
SAS C Development System 5.10b

\Software\SCALA
SCALA Multimedia MM200 English manual

\Software\Schatztruhe
Amiga Repair Kit

\Software\SoftWood
Final Writer 97 UK Dictionary
Final Writer 97 User Manual Addendum
Final Writer Release 3 User Manual Addendum
Final Writer Release 5 User Manual Addendum
Final Writer User Manual
FW Sampler Disk (Includes additional printer drivers)
Selectafont Compugraphic Fonts Disk 1
Selectafont Pics n Mix Graphics Example Disk
Type 1 Fonts Fonts 1

\Software\SoftWood\EPSClips Accents
EPSClips Accents

\Software\SoftWood\EPSClips Business 1
EPSClips Business 1

\Software\SoftWood\EPSClips Business 2
EPSClips Business 2

\Software\SoftWood\EPSClips Education
EPSClips Education

\Software\SoftWood\EPSClips Holidays
EPSClips Holidays

\Software\SoftWood\EPSClips Sports
EPSClips Sports

\Software\SoftWood\EPSClips Tools
EPSClips Tools

\Software\SoftWood\EPSClips Travel
EPSClips Travel

\Software\Soft Logik Publishing
PageStream 2.22 R#530638
PageStream 3.0h2
PageStream 3.0
typeSMITH 2.0 User Manual
typeSMITH 2 5 Registration# 702344

\Software\SYZYGY
Digital Universe 1.03

\Software\unknown
AMI PC Link V4

\Software\Village Tronic
AmigTCPIP Release 4 Version 4.2
TV Paint 2.0 Dongle Required (yeah, I know, without the dongle this isn't much use)
TV Paint 2.0 manual

\Software\Virtual Reality Laboratories
MakePath for Vista and VistaPro

\Software\Visual Inspirations
Visualfx for Lightwave Update Floppy for Flyer 4.1 Volume One
Visualfx for Lightwave Update Floppy for Flyer 4.1 Volume Two
Visualfx for Lightwave Volume One Transitions
Visualfx for Lightwave Volume Two Transitions


Videos:
Some of these were previously uploaded. They were moved to appropriate directories so included them in this list.

\Videos\3 Leaf Productions
Helpful Lightwave Hints Volume 1

\Videos\Corporate Video Inc
Video Toaster Flyer Instructional Video

\Videos\Dark Horse Productions
Video Toaster QuickStart 2 Tutorial 2

\Videos\Desktop Images aka Rave Video Production
Video Toaster Flyer Essentials

\Videos\DevWare
Crouton Tools 4000 Training Video

\Videos\Dimension Technologies
DJTV AudioBuzz Season 1
DJTV tech know Season 1
DJTV tech know Season 2

\Videos\InnoVision
Montage Toaster Montage 24 Broadcast Title 2 Demo

\Videos\NewTek
Revolution A Demonstration of the Video Toaster with 2.0 addendum

\Videos\Radiosity
WaveMaker 2 Demo

\Videos\Silver Monday Productions
John Pasternaks Movie Maker Series Special Effects Vol 1

\Videos\Video Toaster User Magazine
Video Toaster User Magazine Presents Beyond The Edge

\Videos\Vivicon Productions
Earn Big Bucks Producing High End Wedding Videos
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Old 23 April 2018, 06:11   #412
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Wow, thank you so much, Pgovotsos! This repository is getting more and more rich, your contribution is immensely appreciated.

I don't know if you are aware of this, but we also have started a 'Lightwave Showroom and tutorials' thread where we post links of videos and tutorials, in case you want to subscribe.
http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=86234

Cheers!

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Old 23 April 2018, 22:49   #413
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Yes, I've been working my way through it. Looks like some good stuff.
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Old 07 May 2018, 16:59   #414
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Awesome. Thank you for uploading these!

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Old 08 May 2018, 07:50   #415
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I wanted to ask a question of the thread for an opinion.

Quite a bit of the documentation is constructed from letter size paper that is printed in landscape with two pieces of text on each side of the sheet then all of the pages are folded in half, forming a book that is 8.5" x 6.5". Each sheet of paper has 4 pages on it but the 4 pages are not in consecutive page order. The two pages on the left half of the sheet are consecutive to each other and the two on the right half of the sheet are consecutive to each other but the two halves are several pages apart because all of the sheets of paper are stacked and folded in half to form the completed book.

Currently I have been disassembling the books and scanning each half page in portrait alignment on a separate full portrait letter size page in numerical page order. This lets you print all of the pages consecutively to form the document. The only problem with this is that you end up using four times as many sheets of paper as the original document (twice if you are printing double sided).

The opinion I am looking for is if there is any interest in having the documents scanned the same as the original - 4 pages on each double sided sheet of paper vs 1 on each sheet. This way you could print the pages out and assemble the document by folding the sheets in half to end up with a half sheet sized book like the original. This would save a lot of paper and give you something that looks nicer than simply a stack of paper.

I know that is somewhat awkward phrasing but I hope it makes sense. I'm not sure how to more easily express it. I would continue to scan the documents the same way I currently am since not everyone has a printer that can duplex. This would just give you another way to print the document.

This wouldn't add much time to the process I am already doing. In fact it would be quite quick and easy since I can just stack the pages in the document feeder and walk away. What I am doing now is completely manual which takes a great deal of time. I definitely don't begrudge the time since I'm trying to do something that anyone can print regardless of the type of printer they have.

So the short form of the question is whether to continue doing only what I'm doing now or to also scan the pages the same way as the original is as well?
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Old 09 May 2018, 05:46   #416
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Hey P,

I think most of today's users would open these files on a computer or tablet, so the original format would make sense.

Should some of us choose to print them, doing it like the original format was, even if the printer cannot print double-sided, could be easily achieved by printing the odd pages first, re-inserting on the cartridge in the correct orientation etc. No need to do it manually.

But that's just me...

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Hey P,

I think most of today's users would open these files on a computer or tablet, so the original format would make sense.

Should some of us choose to print them, doing it like the original format was, even if the printer cannot print double-sided, could be easily achieved by printing the odd pages first, re-inserting on the cartridge in the correct orientation etc. No need to do it manually.

But that's just me...

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Thanks. I'll wait to hear from emufan (or others if they drop in before he replies) before deciding. He's the reason this thread exists so don't want to do something he doesn't want.
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Old 09 May 2018, 11:57   #418
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Understood pgovotsos, after all emufan is awesome!
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Old 09 May 2018, 13:57   #419
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He is THE BEST!

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Ok, I discovered a reason to NOT scan the other way. I won't be able to make the PDFs searchable. The software I'm using to index the files will only work if the text is within a couple of degrees of the right way around. That is why I've been going through and manually deskewing the pages - so the indexing will work.

So I guess that makes the decision for me

You know, going through all this stuff has been an interesting trip down memory lane. Seeing the price tags has been a bit of a surprise. I know that my memory is failing but I really don't remember spending so much money on this stuff.

Remember when we used to pay a couple hundred dollars for a few pieces of clip art? I'm embarrassed to say that I had to do that. I can edit video and model pretty well but I can't draw better than a kindergartener to save my life That's why we eventually ended up with artists and graphic designers on staff. Before that, God help the client who needed something that wasn't in clip art

Does anyone else have interesting memories from back in the day?
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