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Last tutorial I submitted was like 60 pages or something. I don't think I could cut out steps, but I also don't think how I submitted my previous tutorials is the most bandwidth friendly. What can I do?
  • Reading: nothing
  • Watching: nope
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Chance-One Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2008
did you happen to drop that tutorial monty?
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exarobibliologist Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004  Professional Photographer
Don't do it as a JPG, please!!! Reading a JPG tutorial can be a major pain the $%^. An HTML tutorial would be cool, because it's easy to flip the pages, and view. Or even a Microsoft Word document with embedded graphics would work...
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montyoum Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004  Professional Filmographer
good call, microsoft word... I didn't think of that.
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Demongod86 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2004
Put it this way, if they're dedicated, they'll find a way to DL it. If it's 60 pages worth of screenshots or whatnot...it may even go up to 50 megs or so, which will take up a dialup for the day, effectively...but a cable can DL it like nobody's business.

Just submit it in one big deviation, IMO.
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montyoum Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2004  Professional Filmographer
Yeah, though I'm far too familiar with the limitations of dial-up. Also these days the common user can't leave his computer alone for long before some internet bastards start installing pragrams on your computer without you knowing.

I'm thinking of going the way of one long sheet. A 8-12mb jpg is still better that my "low compression" 90mb pdf.
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