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**UPDATED**: What and HOW to Post Here

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This forum is being developed and is intended as intended as a place to bring together various Digital Performer video tutorials. Currently only YouTube videos may be embedded using the [YouTube] BB code.

**UPDATED**: What and HOW to Post Here

Postby James Steele » Mon Jan 25, 2010 11:50 am

Okay everyone... a NEW forum that I think may be quite useful. This is for posting Digital Performer tutorial videos. I've started the forum off with a tutorial video I made in 2007 on using the Slip Tool for Vocal Alignment and posted on YouTube. You do not have to have created the tutorial yourself. It may be anything you discovered and found useful. Right now only embedding YouTube video is supported by the use of a new BB Code that you will see above the edit window when creating your post. The tag is [YouTube]

To embed the video with the [YouTube] BB Code, you don't use the entire URL of the YouTube video, just the specific video ID. When you go to the page with the YouTube video that you want to embed, look up at the URL. The video ID is are the characters shown in the graphic below:

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UPDATED as of 8/12/16:
The syntax has been greatly simplified. All you need to do is put the video ID between the YouTube tags like so:


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[YouTube]tboTpOjH8k4[/YouTube]


The easiest way to do this is copy and then paste the video ID in the body of your message, then double-click the video ID text to select it, then click the "YouTube" BB code button at that top right of the message editor and it will add the tags for you.

The size now defaults to 560x316. This will fit inside the framing of the board message area. If a user wants to see it larger they can click the link on the video to watch the video directly at the YouTube site.


Please note, I reserve the right to delete duplicate posts (that is if you've posted the same video someone else has) and also to delete video that is the content is inappropriate or I don't feel it's truly related to DP as well as make minor edits and adjustments for uniformity of style as this forum evolves. Thanks!
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RE: Click To Flash

Postby James Steele » Mon Jan 25, 2010 11:55 am

For those using the ClickToFlash utility, you may wish to right-click the little utility icon in the upper left of the screen ClickToFlash shows you in lieu of Flash Video and choose "Add www.motunation.com to Whitelist" from the menu. From that point on Flash Video on this site will automatically appear.
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Re: What and How to Post Here

Postby Sean Kenny » Thu Sep 09, 2010 8:56 am

Thanks for that instruction James

Just successfully posted a vid of me tuning a vocal in DP using DP's pitch automation. I absolutely love this feature and just don't get why more DP users don't shout about, it's the boll***s! It really is

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