Have you ever attended a class to learn to use a tool such as Spot On Choreography Designer, or building where the edit screen is a big part of the process but you can’t see the instructor’s edit screen! How frustrating is that? Well, I’d like to offer a solution! I am going to be offering a limited selection of classes which will SIMULCAST in Second Life and Live YouTube Stream! * Now you can see the instructor’s screen live and the class may also be recorded to refer back to later! What a great opportunity!
The first class offering for this new platform will be:
Support Dancers: What you need to know ! Monday May 20 @ 4pm SLT This class will cover : -What is expected of Support (Backup) Dancers -How to prepare Fit Folders and prepare for the show -Routines to help reduce lag and improve performance of your viewer -What can you do to be an even more valuable member of the show team!
*Note: you may participate in the class by observing the Live Stream only if you like, however the best experience may be to have the ability to attend the class in SL and use the Live Stream video for your actual participation. I will be using the voice and chat in the live stream feed so that the recording will contain all of the conversation.
Elayn explains how to make Backstage Movers using the Spot On system of Choreography Tools. Backstage movers rely on the Pos and Rot coordinates to move avi’s BEFORE the stage set is rezzed and are not packed inside the Stage Manager rezzer. The Studio Blog – style credits and resources: https://www.spotonsl.com/multiples.html Worn: Addams “Belen” Mesh JumpSuit & Belt Hair: Sintiklia Holiday Gacha – Noelle
Well FINALLY, I have the first episode of my new video blog up and ready! Can I get a collective YAY! In the first episode, you’ll find a general introduction to the space we’ll work in and how and why it was created. Honestly, I’ve had so much to learn – and I have so much yet to learn – about recording, editing and producing a Vlog that I didn’t want to get too complicated. But what a great time it is! In future episodes I’m planning to give tutorials on general dance subjects just as using the Firestorm Viewer to our best advantage, Managing Lag, Costuming and Shopping, and of course, using the Spot On Choreography Tools as well as lots of other Gadgets and Tools found in Second Life.
The Stage templates used in the build box are simple prim built, dimensions are 15m Deep x 13m High x 30m Wide.
Some specifics to this Episode: Studio Building: Reign – Tiny Dancer Gacha – Studio Skybox Piano: LISP – Into the Light Piano Hair: Elvina by Sintiklia Leotard: Stasha plunge bodysuit by Jeune by Roane (Luxbox) Skirt: Tinker Set Ballet Skirt by Blueberry Shoes: Reign – Tiny Dancer Gacha Ballet Flats Plain