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This is going to be a bit of a long shot but is there anyone who knows of this model of a WW1 TBD? It was bought to Australia from the UK in the mid 70s, in the condition shown. It is 7 feet long and was steam powered, if the scorch marks inside the hull were anything to go by.
Edited By Colin Bishop on 20/04/2009 20:49:42
|3 forum posts||Did the photo I included in the previous post show up? Is it just that it doesn't show on my post? If it is not shown how do I get it to appear? Help here would be appreciated.|
|Paul Godfrey||20/04/2009 20:44:25|
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Take a look at my thread 'Building Log Facility' under the 'Building Kits' heading - I was given info to answer a question I had, and think this will answer your question also (?).
|Colin Bishop, Website Editor||20/04/2009 20:50:54|
2476 forum posts
You had some brackets and stuff around the web address. I have edited it and it seems to work OK now.
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Thanks Geoff and Colin, AOK.
But I am wondering whether you can help with another query. Last weekend I steamed my 6 feet long gunboat Fulgerul for the first time and as luck would have it left my still camera behind, only being able to record it on my camcorder. I would like to put this video on Youtube but cannot work out how to transfer (and edit) the image into my computer.
Is it necessary to have a special program in the computer to record from a camcorder?
I cannot find any free downloads for camcorder to PC function? Do I have to to buy a program?
If so what is best?
Windows Movie Maker seems OK - is it any good and does it have to be bought? Can this be done on-line?
These queries probably seem a bit basic but I would appreciate some help here.
|Colin Bishop, Website Editor||26/04/2009 10:17:19|
2476 forum posts
Sorry, can't help you with this one. Your best bet is to do a bit of Googling which should almost certainly bring up the answer.
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