|28th June 2008, 22:42|
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Extracting RAR Files
First, download and install WinRAR 3.71.
After download, your files should look like this, same icon if you have winrar installed:
Highlight one of those files, right click and choose the menue point "Extract here" (when winrar is installed), after this you should get asked for the password, this looks like this:
Enter password: mon
Press okay, the extraction should work properly.
If you use 7zip, right click, go to the menuepoint 7zip - choose extract here, the window pops up and should like this:
After you have entered here the password "mon", it should extract properly.
You will die, this is for sure, but have you lived?
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|20th January 2011, 14:47|
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How To Make Screencaps With "Video Thumbnails Maker By Scorp" - Microsoft .NET 2.0 Framework Or Later Required -
This is a very good screencaps maker, many users stick to the default settings, however by making use of the options menu you can create your own individually designed caps. It can handle many filetypes, and by installing a good codec pack like ffdshow tryouts it becomes even more flexible.
Download site for VTM by Scorp:
1. Download, unzip and install.
2. From the upper menu: for batch processing click "Add folder" or for individual video files click "Add files".
From the lower menu: leave the output folder unticked and the screencap/s will be saved in the same folder as the video/s. Tick "output folder", and select the destination folder if you'd like them saved somewhere else.
3. Now simply click start, and wait.
4. Here's an example cap (using custom made settings)
You can create your own personal style of screencaps via options. Click options on the left hand menu & when you've finished changing the settings, click save.
Settings for screencap shown above (font = verdana regular, size 8) :
Some combinations of font type and background don't work well together. So I recommend experimenting.
Note the additional info given in my sample cap, which was imprinted automatically by ticking "Video tech" and "Audio tech" on the options menu.
Finally, underneath options on the main window, there's an "environment" link which allows for further adjustments to be made:
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|31st December 2012, 13:16|
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Starting and Subcribing to Threads
How to start a New Thread
For this we recommend that you start a thread in "Introductions" as a practice and to gain confidence - we also want you to say hello .
After, you can read below to learn how to start threads in other sections.
Words underlined in Blue - are links (or hyperlink) - in this case to Planetsuzy's homepage - click links and that page will open. Similarly, thumbnails below are links - click on them to see the full-size pictures.
Posting an Introduction
For this example you are going to create a new thread in "Introductions"; this is the only thread you will start without first searching. New members start introductions threads to announce their membership and tell us a little about themselves. Read a few before starting your own.
To start your thread, c\lick on the Introductions link on the Home page:
Then on the "New Thread" Button
That's it! - since Introductions threads do not require moderator approval, your thread immediately should appear at top of the Introductions page.
If you want to see who adds to it then you can 'subscribe' to the thread.
Subscribing to my thread to see who has replied
Here is an an example. I would recommend creating your own thread (if you haven't already) and subscribing to it.
Click on the 'Thread Tools' at the top and select 'Subscribe to Thread'
Follow the instructions and you'll be able to see who has said what in your thread.
Starting a thread in other sections
This is a four part programme and is really quite simple.
1 Which Section
First decide in which section you want to create the thread - be careful you don't try to create a new thread in the wrong section for example in the General Discussion Area there are four sections:
Introductions - you should ALL have a go at creating a thread in here and this is where the example below will be put.
General Discussions - Discussions not to do with Porn
Sex and Porn Discussions - Adult stuff
File and Image Hosts. - what it says in the image above (if you can't see it then click on the image to read).
If you wanted to talk about flower arranging then this should go in the General Discussion section if you wanted to talk about flower arranging but using bodily orifices rather than vases to put the flowers in then that ought to go in the Sex and Porn Discussions section.
There are other sections in the forum and we would advise that you look through them and their individual rules about what may or may not be posted before you post or start a thread - see below about making mistakes.
2 Has someone already started a thread here?
You have decided which section to post in (General Discussions) and want to write about Chimpanzees, for example.
Search to see if anyone has already started a thread on Chimpanzees.
Got to the General Discussions sections
Click on "Search this Forum" for the drop down box:
In the drop down box type the thing you want to search for - in this case "Chimpanzee":
Look through the results - check out the threads already there:
If your idea fits into another thread - post a reply to an existing thread - If your thread idea hasn't been started - create your own new thread:
3 Oh Goody - I get to start my own thread.
Yes you do - It is the same process that you went through when you started a thread in the Introductions sections but you have do to the research first to see what can and can't be posted.
4 Learning from mistakes and getting help
Be prepared to make mistakes.
EVERY poster makes mistakes - even LarryO - Don't worry if you do make a mistake - you'll probably be contacted by a member of Staff (the ones in Purple, Red or Green) who will help - just take their advice or ask them questions before you post if you are unsure.
If you have a question about the rules in a specific section that you want to ask before you post then contact that section's moderator(s). To find out who those moderators are look in the bottom right hand corner of the forum section index, for example in the introductions section there are (at the time of writing) only 2 moderators:
Busier sections like PATM Standard Videos have more:
Staff are here to help not annoy.
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How To Add A Signature Image
How To Add A Signature Image
Signature images can be inserted by 2 methods: (1) click 'User CP' on the navigation bar; under 'Settings & Options', click 'Edit Signature'; click 'Browse' to locate a picture on your hard drive; click 'Upload' or; (2) Upload an image to a file host and insert that into your signature. This tutorial explains the second method.
For information about signature rules, see: Signature Guidelines thread.
1.] Choose an image host.
Before getting started, please read the Allowed Hosts thread being that the image hosts listed there are the only ones you may use.
In this tutorial, I will be using ImageBam. The wording and process may vary with other hosts, but it will be very similar.
2.] Upload your image.
Select the file you wish to upload. Be sure to mark the image as 'Adult Content'. There is no need to customize the thumbnail. Click 'Upload Now!"
3.] View the full-size image.
After the image has successfully been uploaded, you will see a page with codes for thumbnails. Do not copy a code. Instead, click the thumbnail image. You will then be taken to a page with the full-size image.
4.] Copy the image URL.
Right click over the image and select 'Copy Image Location'. This may vary with different browsers. If you do not see this exact phrase, look for something similar.
5.] Insert the image into your signature.
Now return to PlanetSuzy. Click 'User CP' on your top navigation bar; click 'Edit Signature' under 'Settings and Options'.
In the fourth group of editing options above the text box, you will see a square icon with mountains and a yellow sky. Click this box. You will then get a popup dialogue that says 'Please enter the URL of your image'. Right click and click 'Paste' into the text field. Click 'OK'.
Your image now has been inserted into your signature with the needed coding.
6.] Preview and Save
Now scroll down and click 'Preview Signature'. The page will now be reloaded and you can see what your signature will look like. If you are happy with it, scroll down again and click 'Save Signature'.
Now the signature picture will be seen at the bottom of new posts. Note, signature images will not appear in prior posts unless you were using a signature at the time of posting.
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|1st December 2015, 22:10|
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Use PimAndHost plugin to upload pictures
If you don't know how to upload pictures, here's a short guide to upload pictures to PimaAndHost using the forum plugin22:22. Reason: replace thumbnail
Firstly you should click the browse button
Then you must select all the pictures placed in your hard drive that you wanna upload (you can select several at once)
Once all the pictures are uploaded, you'll see a thumbnail of them, you should click on the button insert all images
The result will look like this
Then you can edit and copy and paste the code to arrange the pictures as you wish.
|16th January 2016, 02:40|
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Fast way to arrange thumbnails horizontally.
To arragne thumbnails horizontally you must remove manual return lines between thumbnails (thus, the code between pictures is "[/.URL][UR.L]", I've added dots in the code to make it visible).
You will require a text editor like notepad-plus-plus (free program for windows). (doesn't work in windows notepad)
- Upload all the pictures to your thumbnail host.
- Copy the text code of all the files provided by your host to notepad++.
- Select the text of all the links
- Open the replace dialog (control+H) or search->replace.
- Put "\r\n" (whitout the quotes) in the field "Find what"
- Leave blanck the field "Replace with"
- Tick the "In selection" option.
- In search mode tick "extended" option.
- Press the "replace all" button.
Here's a capture in notepad++ of a 7 lines text with 2 thumbnails per line.
In the above example you finish with one line only to copy in your post. The 14 thumbnails are in one line.
You can do similar tricks using other text editor or word processor, although the instructions may differ.
|10th April 2016, 10:15|
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Batch screen captures with movie thumbnailer (mtn)
movie thumbnailer (mtn) it's a command line program to do batch captures from vids, but has a graphical user interface (GUI) that makes easier the creation of thumbnails. The configuration and creation of the thumbnails takes less than a minute.
Firstly you will need to download moviethumbnailer form their web.
Scroll down to Download and installation and download
- mtn Windows binary & dll files & source code.
- The GUI Movie 'Batch' Thumbnailer FrontEnd: version 0.1 developed by illuminati (the you can try the other GUI), but this is easier to use.
Once downloaded, uncompress the "mtn Windows binary" and then put the file from the GUI (mtnBatch.v0.1.exe) in the same folder.
CONFIGURATION OF THE GUI.
1 - Open mtnBatch.v0.1.exe and go to the Filetypes tab
First step - Below executable file, browse to indicate were is the executable file (In this case "D:\mtn-200808a-win32\mtn.exe"). You only need to do this once.2 - Go to the Settings tabs.
Here you can manage the appareance of the captures. The most important things are the number of frames, the with of the picture and the info provided.
The number of frames is determined by the number or columns and rows. If you wanna set the captures at a period of time, you must set the number of rows at 0 and the time step at the length you wanna do it (between 15 seconds and 5 minutes).The configuration setting are stored in a text files mtnbatch.ini whic can be edited with notepad.
CREATION OF THE CAPTURES
1 - Open mtnBatch.v0.1.exe and go to the Files/Folder tab.
2 - Drag and drop the files or folder you wanna captures (if some files doesn't appear be sure you have included their extension in the settings) if the extension is included and the file doesn't appear, probably has some problem.
3 - Once the files are loaded, click on generate, you will see the progress bar of the process
4 - To see the preview, click over the name of the file (otherwise it won't appear ).
For a quick access do a direct access to the mtnBatch.v0.1.exe in your desktop or when the GUI is open stick it in your task bar.
Check the integrity of your video file if the capture or the info doesn't appear properly. Most of the times are defective (some part is missing or the index of the video is corrupted).