Due to boredom (and the fact that I randomly decided to go buy a microphone for my machine), I recently decided to compile a list of some of the less known features in Blender and begin a series of video tutorials. The first result of this endeavor is episode 1 of “Blender Tricks.” This tutorial is approximately 20 minutes long and contains examples of over 25 generally unknown Blender tricks and features. Many of which were taken from the sticky thread on CGTalk entitled “Cool things in Blender that aren’t so obvious.”
Please take a look at it and let me know what you think. I’m asking for you (the almighty Blender user) to contribute to any possible future episodes by donating any interesting/generally unknown things in Blender that you have discovered. Simply contact me and explain the technique or whatever you feel deserves recognition. And yes, I will credit you in the video. Call me weird, but I think this could get very interesting if it works.
Anyway, I suggest that you download the high res version if you have the bandwidth as it is much clearer.
Also, if anyone would be so kind as to provide me with a better host for these files, I would consider you my hero.
Blender Tricks: Episode 1
Low resolution: http://storeandserve.com/download/4942/tricks_episode1_low.zip.html (WMV, 12.8MB)
High resolution: http://storeandserve.com/download/4944/tricks_episode1_high.zip.html (WMV, 47.3MB)
Happy Blending! I hope you learn something.