Second Life Official: Interviews, Video Tutorials, & Machinima

Second Life Official: Interviews, Video Tutorials, & Machinima

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Second Life is a 3D virtual world entirely created by its Residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by millions of members from around the globe. This podcast features: (1) insightful interviews with Linden Lab staff, (2) Video Tutorials by Torley which teach you how to use SL in a fun and fast fashion, and (3) selected machinima works by community creators. You can join us @ secondlife.com Hey, what’s that sound? The answer here is a little-known fact that needs to be spread more: you can customize the collision sound an object makes. That’s right, you can make a falling anvil sound like its cartoon counterpart, a glass can emit a startling “crash!”, or you can do something completely different to confound and astound bystanders. You can even silence an object (like thunky stairs). NOTE: This feed is being “frozen” for an indefinite amount of time because of low usage. I apologize for the inconvenience. If you want to be notified of new video tutorials, please see http://secondlife.com/video or subscribe directly at http://lindenlab.blip.tv/ or http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=Torley If you have questions, feel free to contact Torley through his profile’s Web tab 🙂

Recent Episodes

  • Tip of the Week #48: Custom collision sounds

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  • Tip of the Week #47: How to report abuse

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  • Tip of the Week #46: Make a glowing neon sign

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  • Tip of the Week #45: Change the default texture

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  • Tip of the Week #44: A tour of Torley's island!

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  • Tip of the Week #43: What's new in Second Life 1.20!

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  • QUICKTIP: Voice Chat: Customize Speech Gestures

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  • QUICKTIP: Voice Chat: Turn on Lip Sync

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  • QUICKTIP: Camera Options sliders in action

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  • QUICKTIP: Boost performance with Graphics Preferences

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