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    Thanks for the reply, Xevious.

    What did you resize your Desktop resolution to? My current resolution is 1280 x 768.

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    I'm at 1280 X 1024

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    Thanks, Xevious.

    In order for the DVD Bin Files to show up, you need to go into your computer's 'Control Panel' > 'Folder Options' > 'View Tab' > 'Show hidden files'. Now, browsing through a video player will find the video lesson files and allow video play with controls.

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    Is there an update to this that includes the 3.1 changes/enhancements?

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    I really thankful to meats for his, DVD
    Thank u Meats

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    Can I get any tutorials for Human Anatomy here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanpeter
    Can I get any tutorials for Human Anatomy here?
    Not on the DVD this thread is discussing, no. It's an overview of how the software works.

    Gnomon does sell a number of tutorials with an eye towards human anatomy (some on DVD and some through their online distribution outlet). I recommend the ones by Zack Petroc, myself.

    But even there, those are still primarily sculpting lessons. Not anatomy lessons.
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    All Companies are doing like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanpeter
    All Companies are doing like this.
    That's a sweeping generalization - most companies don't produce tutorials of any kind.

    Anatomy is a subject covered thoroughly in the health and science sector. Anatomy tutorials are in boundless supply. You're just looking in the wrong place for them.

    An artistic tutorial is going to show you one artist's approach to anatomy, which is, by necessity, simplified. Otherwise, you're asking the artist to put aside their unique areas of expertise and instead show you something that other people are better qualified to teach.

    There are exceptions, of course. But it would be hugely inappropriate to discuss other DVDs in a thread about this one. If you'd like to ask about anatomical research materials, I suggest opening a new thread for that.
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