DAZ3d did those I had nothing to do with those videos. They were done by different people at DAZ, so you could just watch each one and post the creator or just post DAZ3D as the creator.
The one sort of frustrating thing about the videos DAZ did is that some of them are tutorials and some others were just quick scenes or tests showing off different features and had no instructional information. The naming of some of the videos doesn’t help in a few cases too and a better name for the video.
One thing you might want to add next to some tutorials is if the tutorials is still a usable one. Some things got changed in between Carrara versions and a tutorial may not be do able because of that with Carrara 8 due to changes. Or, the tutorial could be for a plugin or addition that you can no longer get. or require you to download project files that you ca no longer get,
First, sorry I misread your first post. I want to be sure to recognize the right persons for their work.
Second, I am actually tagging “tutorials” and “demos” as separate items. You should NOT see any demo vids in the tutorial list. If there is one there, it is a mistake, so please let me know! Some of DAZ’s vids are demos, so I have tagged them appropriately. (There is a separate post [#5 I believe] set aside to list demo videos, which are always fun to watch—- and then wonder how the heck the author did that! )
As of yet, I am not doing any checks as to the quality, accuracy, or currency of the vids. It’s not my place to make those decisions, so the list will ultimately be a complete list - the good, the bad, and the ugly! However, I *AM* tagging the version of Carrara that was used in the making of the videos when the information is available. I suppose that is another way to filter the videos, though I’m not sure yet how to handle those where the version # is unknown.
Thanks for your thoughts!