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Hello - I am wondering if ya'll could help a little.  I have a nice little halfling paladin that is now 5th level.  We are playing Pathfinder (Reign of Winter) and I have acquired the services of a Giant Weasel.

I would like to make this my Divine Bond mount, but am unsure how to add it to pcgen.  I have created minor things in pcgen, but nothing like this.  Pointers and suggestions are welcome.
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Will do.
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As requested. Some minis in the dugout. Also my fold up pitch. 
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Playing Dungeonquest while watching the football game. Good times. 
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Gotta keep a close eye on that sun-dial... :-)
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Here are a couple of Sarah's drawings. Just thought I'd share. Enjoy!
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Hmmm...let me share these with Meredith...
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Pinnacle Studio 17 Contest.  Great software for those film folks.
Want to win a free copy of Pinnacle Studio 17 Ultimate? We're giving away a copy to one of our loyal blog subscribers. Contest Rules:  1. Like this blog post (click "Like" below on the right) 2. Share this blog post (click "Share" below on the right) 3. Leave a comment on why you like Pinnacle Studio (click "Comment" below on the left) 4. Wait until May 1, 2014 to find out who the winner is! This contest is open t...
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Here is the latest movie the boy and his friends did.  It was shown at the Experiments in Cinema film festival down at the Guild on Wednesday.  Was fun to see it on the big screen with an audience.  
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Bergsburg - over at strike-to-stun, it was noticed that Bergsburg went missing.  I scrapped most of it off of the Internet Archive and posted it.  I'll try and get the missing parts.  If any of you have them, please let me know and I'll add it.
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I got them from RuneFang.  I have every part now except the one newsletter.
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Here is a dugout I did a while back.  I included one in progress picture.  I saw something like this on a website sometime ago and liked the layout.  Sadly, I do not recall where. #bloodbowl  #dugout #hirstsarts
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Each square is one inch. I'll put some minis in and post in a few. 
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Hey folks - Looking for a way to take a 10 minute video and speed it up so the whole thing fits in 2 mins.  Would be nice if most of the frames are present so it is smooth.  Ideas?  
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 You could use ProDad Speedr, which is a stand alone program - it does a real nice smooth job. Other way to do it is to treat it like time lapse, but that won't be smooth . Your talking 15000 frames of video reduced to 3000 here.
Studio 17 does have  fast slow motion effects, but I don't know if it's as smooth as you want. Right click the video on the time lime and select "time" from there you will get an interface that will allow you to make adjustments.
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Another drawing just clawed its way out of my daughters room. #wolverine #logan 
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Sarah?? Wow!! This is awesome!!!
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Video time.  Here is a video that my Son did with his friends.  It was meant to be a final project for the high school film class, but they did it early and submitted it to a local film festival.   It was rather fun to see it on the "big screen".  

It was edited with PS 17 and filmed on a Canon Vixia HF R400.

Even though I am posting this in the "share my video" section, critiques are welcome.  One part, where the girl walks by in the park, he wanted to do sparkles around the clip but we could not figure out a good way of doing that.  Think the Wayne's World Dreamweaver sequence.  Ideas on how to do that with PS 17?
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It can do particle effects. But the problem is trying to get it "right" for a video since it is not a plugin that Pinnacle supports (although it should, but it would have to be up to Bluff to make it work). I struggle with Particular and won't touch it any more. Too much grief and time involved as compared to the other Red Giant effects.
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Time lapse question - I have a raspberry pi that I used to take stills of a house being built (over 3 month period).  I would like to take these images (130,000 of them) and do a time lapse video.  Whenever I import, Pinnacle (17) freezes up on me.  I think it has to do with the number of items that I am adding to the time line.  Ideas on what I can do?   One thought was to generate a days worth in a video clip, and then join up each week, finally join up all the weeks into the final video, but I wonder if I will loose some of the resolution by saving -> importing -> saving over and over again.  

Ideally, I would like to weed out most of the night time shots (some do have lighting in it.. so I want to keep some of them) so the number of images will be smaller. 
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I have done time lapse projects but never that many at one time!! 
I would recommend that you create a "Project folder" and create sub folders of each day and place the corresponding photo's in that. You can either "watch" the project folder or "import (link)" the folders individually.
Create each day and save it in a file format of your choice. Once complete, bring all files back into the timeline and and create your master piece.  Our frame rate is 25fps in Oz, so all my photo's are set at one frame duration- ergo 25 photo's = 25 frames= 1 second.  
Even at 30 photos per second that's 4333 seconds or 72 mins of video. Not everyone gets to see 3 months in 72 mins.   Good luck on your project

By the way you are working in a digital format - the only way you will loose quality is if you drop your resolutions and bit rates in video compression. If you stay, in let's say,  Mpeg4, full HD you will not have problems
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