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Don't know how many here are familiar with the Wood Whisperer site, but I follow Marc on a regular basis and find him educational as well as entertaining. His most recent Pod Cast is on Rails, Stiles and raised panels with the router.

You might want to check it out at the following link. It is episode #29.

http://www.thewoodwhisperer.com/
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I love that site, but haven't checked it recently. Great podcasts. Thanks.

Do you mind saying what "Day 9. . . .so far so good means?

Also, this doesn't apply to this thread, but I thought this little thing was rather funny.

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I can't upload what I thought was funny, so please ignore all references to it.

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Thanks for the heads up Bob!

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Can these be downloaded? they show up as YMP media files, but I don't seem to have anything that plays that format. any ideas?

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Yes Doug, choose the WMP file dowlnoad and use the save option. That is what I do. I play them on my Windows Media Player which is what they are meant to play on.

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Yes Doug, choose the WMP file dowlnoad and use the save option. That is what I do. I play them on my Windows Media Player which is what they are meant to play on.

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Sorry Doug, I thought Bob was talking about a Woodsmith cast. I have never tried to download Marcs files and save them. i just watch them on the site thru the player which is some kind of a flash player.

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Thanks for that link Bob, isn't it nice to watch an expert, who speaks clearly, at work. It was particularly nice watching it on my brand new 22" wide screen monitor!
Can you Bob, or other computer savvy members tell me what I have to upgrade in my computer so that I don't have to keep waiting for the video to catch up.
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Thanks for that link Bob, isn't it nice to watch an expert, who speaks clearly, at work. It was particularly nice watching it on my brand new 22" wide screen monitor!
Can you Bob, or other computer savvy members tell me what I have to upgrade in my computer so that I don't have to keep waiting for the video to catch up.
These are the current specs:
1.6gig Intel Pentium 4
8K primary memory cache
256K secondary memory cache
40gig hdd
Bus clock 100meg
2 gig RAM
Win XP home SP2
NVDIA Ge Force 2MX 100/200 Display adaptor
Hi Harry:

You didn't mention your Internet connection. This is the most likely culprit in jittery viewing. A suggestion is to "pause" the viewing (click on the pause button -- in the lower left corner of the viewer (on my system)) and waiting for the downloading to get well ahead. A light grey indicator on the slider/progress bar indicates progress of the download. Once the download indicator has progressed a few "minutes" along slider/progress bar, click on the play button (same button as the pause button.) With your system and with using the described technique, you should have fairly smooth playing.

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If you click on either of the low res or high res versions it should download to where you want to save it whatever type of connection you have is as fast or slow it will download. hope this helps John
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