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Offline virtu Posted 11-27-2008 - 06:50 AM
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Hello,

When i bought Onyx 7 there came an DVD with it called "Onyx Profiling Basics"

Does anyone know if there is an Advanced DVD and where i could get it`?


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Offline Scott Posted 11-27-2008 - 07:09 AM
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Yes there is an advanced one as well. I know you can buy it direct from them. I'll see if I can track down more info. They don't seem to have any info about it on their website.

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Offline oss_flatbed Posted 11-30-2008 - 07:26 PM
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if you find out were to get tis it would be great as it would be very helpful Smiley


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Offline Scott Posted 02-23-2009 - 09:54 PM
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oss_flatbed Wrote:if you find out were to get tis it would be great as it would be very helpful Smiley


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I'm in conversation with Onyx about possibly offering a copy of the videos to OnyxTalk users in some form (streaming most likely) as they have apparently discontinued them and don't have plans to update them in the immediate future (though down the road yes). There are no promises, and I'm waiting to hear from them. No promises, but I'll let you know.

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Offline Matt Posted 02-24-2009 - 03:17 AM
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ScottyDoo Wrote:
oss_flatbed Wrote:if you find out were to get tis it would be great as it would be very helpful Smiley


Oss flatbed


I'm in conversation with Onyx about possibly offering a copy of the videos to OnyxTalk users in some form (streaming most likely) as they have apparently discontinued them and don't have plans to update them in the immediate future (though down the road yes). There are no promises, and I'm waiting to hear from them. No promises, but I'll let you know.

interesting ive been searching the net for the dvds but cant find them anywere so this should be good.
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Offline virtu Posted 02-24-2009 - 07:52 AM
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Hello,

I am still looking for that DVD, is there any news on where i could get it?

virtu
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Offline Scott Posted 02-24-2009 - 08:06 AM
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As I mentioned above, they have been discontinued and are no longer available for purchase. I am however trying to work out an option to possibly provide a streaming version of the videos that you could watch online through this website.

Nothing is finalized or approved on this however, and I will keep you posted.

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Offline virtu Posted 05-04-2009 - 01:48 AM
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Hello,

Is there any news on this topic? I'd really need those tutorials.

Cu, virtu
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Offline Scott Posted 05-04-2009 - 09:36 AM
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My apologies for not posting an update...

They have said that they have reviewed the existing videos and found that much was still relevant and valid so they plan to rework the videos and either incorporate them into the wiki or some other form to get them out there, but I will not be providing access for now.

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Offline bellevuefineart Posted 10-23-2009 - 05:49 PM
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(05-04-2009 09:36 AM)Scott Wrote:  My apologies for not posting an update...

They have said that they have reviewed the existing videos and found that much was still relevant and valid so they plan to rework the videos and either incorporate them into the wiki or some other form to get them out there, but I will not be providing access for now.

They would do well to get moving on that. The single most lacking feature of Onyx appears to be the knowledge and training it takes to take advantage of all of Onyx's features. This site is already vastly more informative.

I'm in the middle of getting new printers, and with that I'm evaluating RIPs and trying to decide to upgrade to Productionhouse, or move to another RIP. Onyx has been very helpful and responsive. But the single thing that is holding me back is trying to understand how to use all the features, media manager etc. Even for basic things. For example, show me a document that explains how to use media feed adjustment. I know what it does, and I can burn lots of canvas figuring it out, but there were a document that gave a starting point on what to expect each way, what a percentage might equate to in inches, etc, then it would save oodles of money and time.

Please add me to the list of people that would like to see some helpful videos.

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Offline Scott Posted 10-23-2009 - 06:54 PM
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(10-23-2009 05:49 PM)bellevuefineart Wrote:  For example, show me a document that explains how to use media feed adjustment. I know what it does, and I can burn lots of canvas figuring it out, but there were a document that gave a starting point on what to expect each way, what a percentage might equate to in inches, etc, then it would save oodles of money and time.

Couple questions...

Are you talking about the "Feed Speed Adjust" (as called in my printer) in the printer options window when you're choosing your media options in Media Manager?

Are you already familiar with your feed adjustment settings onboard the printer?

I did find that the Epson 9800 feed adjustment does it in 0.01% increments going down to -0.70 and up to +0.70%, but I doubt that within the onyx printer options it shows that same slider scale, so it's not necessarily obvious if it's using the same % on increments eh?

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Offline lakai Posted 05-07-2010 - 12:06 AM
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anyone still interested in these videos ?? I'll put them if if so.
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Offline Need Help Posted 09-16-2010 - 10:15 AM
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(05-07-2010 12:06 AM)lakai Wrote:  anyone still interested in these videos ?? I'll put them if if so.

I am interested in these videos. Can you make a place on here or put them on rapidshare for people to download the video.


thanks in advance
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Offline Scott Posted 09-22-2010 - 05:40 AM
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As per the wishes of Onyx, please do not post links to download these videos on this site. I will have to remove them if you do. I don't care what you do privately, but I would like to respect the wishes of Onyx in regards to making copies publicly available. Thanks!

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Offline Wenzil Chettiar Posted 03-30-2011 - 04:12 AM
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Hi Scott,

I have seen the lesson about Backlit Profiling (by Doug Mackay) on YouTube. Firstly I will like to congratulate Doug and you guys at Onyx for making a video lesson that is easy to follow especially for a novice like me.

My Question is : Are you making any more lessons publicly available soon, be it for a novice or of a more advance level?

Thanks
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