I found them.. well they are in FRENCH! The english ones should be here somewhere...
I copies the ending from the english page, seems that the ones in english have _dta however for the first video with audio all I got was a 13k file but it had text of video codecs but the french version is 3+ megs.
This will provide the videos even if the speech is french.
118 Video files
DownTHemAll! for Firefox is my friend
***** IGNORE THIS **********
yeah even the online links are no go
we should submit a bug. I might have the files backed up on CD but I will have to do some digging. I downloaded them all at one point because it was in one big archive and you put it in the folder with the PDF and they played by clicking
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Woot copy the _dta version of the file you had download by coping link and adding the _dta (or the matching link from the above post) and if you play on actual quick time player, not VLC then apparently the _dta has a reference to the video in the other file but plays the audio from the _dta version.
1. Find version with French Audio
2. Copy link
3. Paste into a new Tab/Page (do not press enter or go)
4. Find the same file on the english page, and view what the file name is most appear to be the same with _dta stuck before .move
5 Chage the filename to add the _dta
6. press return which should download
7. put in same directory as the other 118 files you downloaded.
8 Load Quicktime, drag the DTA file to quicktime.
9 Video plays and hopefully if there is audio it should be english
If this is confusing. SOrry its late and I am tired. Anyone feel free to clarify this LOL
French and all the videos here http://docs.daz3d.com/doku.php/public/software/hexagon/2/videos/start
English here http://docs.daz3d.com/doku.php/artzone/pub/tutorials/hexagon/hexvt_english
Okay there were quiet a few. So I found a simpler way.
Go to http://docs.daz3d.com/doku.php/public/software/hexagon/2/videos/start
After you download all the videos (I use DownThemAll! in Firefox) makes it a couple of clicks just select video files.
Save As to your HD (this saves the HTML so we can do the next step)
Open in an editor that doesn't insert code, I use NOtepad++ or EditPad or even Notepad should work.
Do a Find / Replace
Replace all and save.
Open the page we saved in your browser, Do the same as before either clicking each file that has audio and saving (or using DownThemAll! it will error on the files that have no _dta so thats perfect)
Sorry about the multiple posts, I should have caught that on the first one.
Thanks, Milo! These videos even without English soundtracks were of great use for me.
wargis said:Thanks, Milo! These videos even without English soundtracks were of great use for me.
Glad they could help! I hope my instructions on how to get the English ones weren't too bad.
Would be nice if they could play in VLC but back when they made them bandwidth was so expensive I would imagine, so that was a clever space saving measure..
I'm not certain if it is an issue for anyone, if Geek-at-Play seems to have their tuts on YouTube anyway, but the link posted at the beginning of the thread is broken. Here's an updated link if anyone is interested in accessing the tutorials on their site:
Dartanbeck said:Do you happen to know it the videos from the pdf manual are around anywhere on the web? Art Zone is totally dead on that stuff. It's a shame. That stuff didn't take up a whole lot of storage space. But now everyone getting the manual gets broken links. Too bad - I heard it was a nice feature.
You have to download the ZIP file to get them.
I contributed a long while back with this little tutorial, on how to make a mug.
hey um those anyone have a tutorial for making people, for the girl, victoria, micheal, aiko ...etc .......
For those who may have missed it, here is a link to a sword tutorial Patience and I put together -
And a quick tutorial on how to make a picture frame -
Can some moderator or something edit the sticky. Half the tutorials listed don't work. Very frustrating to come to the source of the program to find a bunch of 404 pages.
SAL UK posted a link to the original Hexagon Tutorials
I've been trying to find a certain ytube vid. The guy was using a tool to attach petals to a flower. When he finished and smoothed it out I think it was a chrysanthemum. I always saw it when I searched ytube for Hex vids and never bothered to bookmark because it always showed up in every search.
....but now I can't find it :red:
This one maybe?
Part of a set of three I think
cat_mick said:This one maybe?
Part of a set of three I think
Thank you so much! Its similar to what I was looking for. It did mention the tool that was used in the other tut which was the copy on support. Now that I had the name of the tool I was able to find what I was looking for. I missed it because the thumbnail isn't what I remember. They both contain the info I wanted. :-)
Theres was tutorial on the old forum that showed how make 3d shapes out polygons using adobe illustrator. Im not talking about exporting paths from illustrator but had something to do with using the smart select tool in illustrator and applying the remaining image to the face/poly in hex. It was a really complex proccess with awesome results, anyone remember it?
I remember and tried it a year ago but don't have a link or .pdf. I saw it again recently in FB. I have a video but it is 36MB and I may have renamed it: "make polygon image.flv" It was done in Ps. Attempting to post file here as .zip
Suggest you just Google to find .
I remember Gary Miller did a tutorial where he used Illistrator to make a city, maybe it will show you what you want to know -
Does anyone know where I can find a tutorial to make a "mannequin"/dummy to use in hexagon, which I can model clothes on... Obviously :P
I've been looking myself, but they're old and/or don't work anymore,
If you have Daz Studio all you have to do is load in Gen3Female (or other character), do not move it. Then export it as an obj file, the settings in the screen grab means it will not load in any materials to you will need to give it a colour in Hex and save it. I normally save these as obj's and HXN files.