Startscreen for TTO, any sceen's of that?

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Post by Marco » 21 Nov 2002 19:45

I don't want to search. Is faster use the DC.
I have lost my original user id for 20842 :(
I am one of the founders of TT-Forums! Partly...

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Post by Mati » 21 Nov 2002 20:35

THANKS MARCO!!! :o
GRAZIE TANTE MARCO!!! :D
Regards from Argentina,
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Post by orudge » 21 Nov 2002 22:01

I've found a utility that works fine - VideoThief.
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Post by spaceman-spiff » 21 Nov 2002 22:16

No there's a nice view, i remember seeing this for the first time

Does anyone know if you could make a wallpaper with this gif

I would like that one :D
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Post by Observer » 21 Nov 2002 23:06

I do... Maybe I will use it to make one of my wall papers...
I have made more wallpapers of games b4.. :D
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Post by Observer » 22 Nov 2002 00:04

Ok.. check out the new wallpaper..
I hope the picture isn't too big for the board :D
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Post by Mati » 22 Nov 2002 00:55

Hi Everyone!
Owen, no.. I was actually refering to what Marco posted,
I ment the window of TTO where you got the menu of New Game,
1 Player, 2 Player and stuff... :wink: :P
It remembres me of the good old times... :]
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Post by Jan » 22 Nov 2002 02:43

Here is the RIGHT way.

1/ Get really good camera, something like Hasellblad or at least Rolleiflex with custom lens, best is the portrait one, 80 mm with minimum f/1.2
2/ Very steady tripod, masive one, so earthquake will not shake it
3/ Cover the windows, so no reflections, best are the aluminium plates with very good nonreflective black paint
4/ Pause the game
5/ take a shot with low resolution film, so you got all the important detail right, suggestion ISO 50, get all roll full with different settings
6/ Send film to Kodak and ask for large prints, at least 10" x 12" or 30cm x 40cm or even better, or use a custom lab
7/ Get good scanner with highest resolution, minimum 4800 and up
8/ Scan with the highest possible settings, so the file have at least 50 Mega in size
9/Reduce the size to 50K, it will be easier to upload to the web, u can use jpeg for that
10/ UPLOAD your creation!

After spending about $10,000, you will find Owen sollution was a lot quicker, BUT, you will end with really good camera and other stuff not really needed for computer geek.

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Post by spaceman-spiff » 22 Nov 2002 05:51

Thanks , observer, can i use it ? or are there copyright problems
Jan wrote:Here is the RIGHT way.
Lol, talk about a good manual
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Post by Omnislash » 22 Nov 2002 09:16

Thats a very expencive way of doing it Jan! :shock:
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Post by Observer » 22 Nov 2002 11:02

Jan wrote:Here is the RIGHT way.

1/ Get really good camera, something like Hasellblad or at least Rolleiflex with custom lens, best is the portrait one, 80 mm with minimum f/1.2
2/ Very steady tripod, masive one, so earthquake will not shake it
3/ Cover the windows, so no reflections, best are the aluminium plates with very good nonreflective black paint
4/ Pause the game
5/ take a shot with low resolution film, so you got all the important detail right, suggestion ISO 50, get all roll full with different settings
6/ Send film to Kodak and ask for large prints, at least 10" x 12" or 30cm x 40cm or even better, or use a custom lab
7/ Get good scanner with highest resolution, minimum 4800 and up
8/ Scan with the highest possible settings, so the file have at least 50 Mega in size
9/Reduce the size to 50K, it will be easier to upload to the web, u can use jpeg for that
10/ UPLOAD your creation!

After spending about $10,000, you will find Owen sollution was a lot quicker, BUT, you will end with really good camera and other stuff not really needed for computer geek.
OR you may just want to hit the printscreen button :mrgreen:
spaceman-spiff wrote:Thanks , observer, can i use it ? or are there copyright problems
You can use it...
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Post by Jan » 22 Nov 2002 16:46

I wrote:
... Owen sollution ...
and Observer wrote:
OR you may just want to hit the printscreen button
???

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Post by TiMMah!!! » 22 Nov 2002 16:52

OK...
There is already a screenshot (right?)
I say we don't post here anymore. Unless it's important off course...

Well, that's just my idea.
Big signatures are annoying

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Post by Jan » 22 Nov 2002 21:57

I got 1 more sollution and then I will stop.
Enjoy!
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Post by Observer » 22 Nov 2002 22:15

ROFLOL !!! :mrgreen:
I will remember thatone !!
Let me try it at school and make the teachers look funny :D
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Post by Omnislash » 23 Nov 2002 13:51

haha. Nice one!
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Post by Mati » 25 Nov 2002 23:25

ROLFLAMAO! :lol: I sent it to all my friends, they all said 'lol!' :P
Who acutally took the pic? Got it from the internet?
Regards from Argentina,
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Post by GoneWacko » 02 Dec 2002 14:42

still no pic!i!i!

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Post by Jan » 02 Dec 2002 17:47

I got it from http://www.techtv.com, don't remember exactly which section, but it was posted to find the best name for this pic. They got plenty wierd ones.

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Post by way_2_fun » 03 Dec 2002 03:52

GoneWacko wrote:still no pic!i!i!
I have TTO, but no way of getting a pic to you, unless I did Jan's way with the camera, or the monitor scan thing....well I could give it a shot!
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