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Day 24

I took the time today and sat down at your computer to go through files. I'm glad you had everything in order despite the fact you couldn't see very well to be organized.

I'm at a loss at what to do with everything on here. I opened up LW Layout and clicked on the most recent file. I remembered you showing me the intro you did for future videos you'd make. I know my way around layout enough to F9 for render and save as an image file. No idea how to save it as a video.

I wish I had more of an interest in LW to take over. I still could, but the sound of your voice right now would bring back tears I've kept at bay for 20 days.

Comments

Shrox said…
Hi Camilla,

Hit F10 to render a video. I can tell you more if you wish.

Shrox
Rick Dolishny said…
Send me the scene file it would be an honour to render it for you.

Peace.

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