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Sean Lake
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My printer arrived yesterday. I have been hesitant to set it up. I'm excited, don't get me wrong, I'm just scared :). I've noticed some posts in google searches, that states I can update the firmware and activate the wifi option! Is this true?
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Will do Ron! I've been trying to stay off of FudgeBook.
However, to appease the MP printer gods, I will make a sacrifice ;).
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Too often, getting a low-cost 3D printer means getting a box of ill-fitted parts with poorly written and incomplete documentation. You end up spending hours on the internet, searching forums and asking for help to get the printer assembled and operating properly. That isn't how Monoprice operates and this 3D printer is a perfect example! This printer not only comes fully assembled, it has already been calibrated at the factory...
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It's ordered and on its way!
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Hey all AE'ers :).

Quick question. I am using the CC Rainmaker effect and I have some footage that has fade ins, and fade outs, so I need it to be able to key it, fading not on and off, but not on during the "black" phases. Obviously the footage is also different so I will key those effect changes, BUT the biggest thing is, the turning on and off, I don't see the stopwatch for the main turning on and off. Any ideas?
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Perfect! Thanks. I was thinking that an effect would have an on and off switch :). Much appreciated!
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yay!
Some example of Wipix' 3D character creations. Congrats to our lead character designer : Clément Vaucelle.
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#imagineersystems #mocha

Having several issues. One, on your website, I try to login for forums but it's stuck on a loop of the purchase page. I already have mocha, I don't need to buy anything.

Second, issue is that when I export the mocha perfect tracking and then paste the info into my AE comp, the track flies way off the mark. Not sure what's causing this?
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Excited to share our first ep of Cocktail Moment, one of several new shows on tsd.
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Excited to share our first ep of Cocktail Moment, one of several new shows on tsd.
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Hey all. I'm thinking of getting an inexpensive 3d printer to start off. I've been looking @ the DaVinci Junior, and even as far up as their Pro version which works with more materials. Should I just start with the inexpensive version. I'll be modeling characters, and possibly molding and casting them, or just painting those hero pieces. I am willing to model in parts if necessary.
Any ideas?
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Oh, I missed the figures line. You probably want to go to some kind of resin system rather than fused filament. Look into LittleRP.
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Hey all AE'ers :).

Quick question. I am using the CC Rainmaker effect and I have some footage that has fade ins, and fade outs, so I need it to be able to key it, fading not on and off, but not on during the "black" phases. Obviously the footage is also different so I will key those effect changes, BUT the biggest thing is, the turning on and off, I don't see the stopwatch for the main turning on and off. Any ideas?
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Hum..Ok, so what I am feeling, or rather NOT feeling is ok? Good to know.
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I think this is a very important discussion. Our society pressures us all into a sexual mentality. I'm not saying I personally don't have "cravings" or yearning, but I just can't seem to follow through with it, I get disinterested, sex is just blase' to me. Is there anything mentally wrong with me, well hell, yes, everyone has something wrong with them, but not wanting to have sex is merely just my internal makeup. I find it unfulfilling.
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Weird loss of tracking when pasting the data exported from Mocha in After Effects. The track is great in Mocha however as soon as I paste the data, the track/animation pops way off of the track where it was in Mocha.????
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Pull-apart Gyoza Bun

2 1/2 cups flour
1 tbsp baking powder
 1 tsp salt
 2 tbsp sugar
2/3 tsp milk
2 tbsp vegetable oil
1/2 pound ground pork
1/5 pound cabbage, finely chopped
 1/3 bunch chives, chopped
 1-2 tbsp green onions, chopped
1 small bulb of ginger, minced
 1 clove garlic, minced
2 tsp soy sauce
2 tsp powdered chinese soup base
1 tsp salt
 1 tsp pepper
1/3 cup hot water
 2 tbsp sesame oil soy sauce vinegar hot chili oil
INSTRUCTIONS:
To make the dough, combine flour, baking powder, salt and sugar in a bowl. Add in milk and vegetable oil and knead until soft and pliable. Cover with plastic wrap and let is sit at room temperature for 1 hour. Combine cabbage, chives, green onions, ginger, garlic, salt and pepper in a separate bowl. Mix until ingredients are evenly combined. Set aside. Put the ground pork into a new bowl and knead until meat becomes sticky. Add in the soy sauce, Chinese soup base and sugar and mix well. Add the vegetable mixture and mix until well combined. Roll out the dough into a circle, about 12 inches in diameter. Transfer the gyoza filling onto the center of the dough. Wrap the dough around the filling and flip it over so the smooth side is facing up. Shape the dough the size of your frying pan. Make 12 slits from the outside to the center, leaving 2 inches of the center intact. Carefully transfer to a frying pan and twist the ends of the dough. Cook on medium heat for 1 minute. Pour hot water around the dough. Cover and cook on low heat for another 20 minutes. Take the cover off and increase to medium heat. Pour sesame oil around the sides of the gyoza bun and continue cooking until fragrant. Tear off with hands and enjoy with condiments of your choice.
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