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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-07-2008, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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RouterWorkshop.net
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Are you interested in getting more out of your router?

Are you looking to do more projects, joinery, and pattern work?

Do you want to put the router’s touch of craftsmanship in every project you make?

Check out RouterWorkshop.net! An online woodworking learning center where you can learn more about your router with professionally designed online classes developed by Bob and Rick Rosendahl, hosts of the Router Workshop!

Included in your monthly membership is access to ROUTERWORKSHOP EPISODES! Even the episodes that aren't on DVD!! Every week we will release a new episode to you! You'll be able to view RouterWorkshop episodes from your computer, as much as you want, anytime you want.

RouterWorkshop.net is the only exclusive source for all the RouterWorkshop episodes!


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I just signed up and like the first video. But with the braodband connection I have I can easily play a much better quality video or even HD quality.

DO you think you will offer a better resolution option for those of us that have a fast internet connection. On my 24" monitor even at 1/2 screen it is not very watchable.

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We are going to start with this size for everyone to begin with. The video quality is as in the samples you see above, this is the silver level. Our reasoning to starting with silver is there is a lot of cost to the encoding process and we felt that it was important to start with the video quality that everyone can see.

Question: Who else would like "Premium Gold" as we call it please add your interest to this thread.

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Which format is available to members? The TRW sample videos are displayed smaller than the play-by-play video (the latter looks MUCH better than the smaller, darker TRW samples)

If the .SWF files are encoded to the same resolution, then someone should adjust the display size of the samples so they're not artificially compressed (there seems to be some artifacts that indicate that this might be the case)

I for one would like to see larger videos. It's tough enough getting old without needing a microscope to see things of interest <vbg>

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Ok, I signed up using a credit card, and can log in (and see my profile), but it shows that I have no subscriptions, even though I ordered one in the original signup.

Is there a followup email with a secret handshake to see anything other than the samples? Or does it wait until the credit card has been processed by paypal? This did not give me the opportunity to choose which PayPal account I wanted to use, it just created a new account based on the email I entered (which did not have an associated PayPal account, and now I have to confirm the card). If I had it to do over again, I would not have used a credit card (I didn't know that it would still go through PayPal), and would have paid directly from one of my active PayPal accounts.

I'm bringing this up here because I suspect that others will also be confused as to what they can expect to see, and when.

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Ok, I signed up using a credit card, and can log in (and see my profile), but it shows that I have no subscriptions, even though I ordered one in the original signup.

Is there a followup email with a secret handshake to see anything other than the samples? Or does it wait until the credit card has been processed by paypal? This did not give me the opportunity to choose which PayPal account I wanted to use, it just created a new account based on the email I entered (which did not have an associated PayPal account, and now I have to confirm the card). If I had it to do over again, I would not have used a credit card (I didn't know that it would still go through PayPal), and would have paid directly from one of my active PayPal accounts.

I'm bringing this up here because I suspect that others will also be confused as to what they can expect to see, and when.
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Which format is available to members? The TRW sample videos are displayed smaller than the play-by-play video (the latter looks MUCH better than the smaller, darker TRW samples)

If the .SWF files are encoded to the same resolution, then someone should adjust the display size of the samples so they're not artificially compressed (there seems to be some artifacts that indicate that this might be the case)

I for one would like to see larger videos. It's tough enough getting old without needing a microscope to see things of interest <vbg>

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Hello, Alan.

Thanks for your kind feedback, it seems that a higher video quality is the general consensus. We're going to explore options in an effort to increase the video quality.

As far as your membership, according to our system you're currently set as "Pending" which means your payment didn't get processed.

Please follow these steps in order to full enable your membership.

Step 1: Login to your account

Visit: http://www.routerworkshop.net

Step 2:

Once logged in, visit: http://www.routerworkshop.net/amember/member.php

On that page you'll see "Add/Renew subscription" near the bottom.

Below that heading, there is a block which has "Membership Type"

Check the square box to the left of the "The Router Workshop video series" option.

Once the box has a check mark in it, please scroll down and click the "Order" button.

Step 3: Submit payment

You will be re-directed to PayPal.com, once re-directed, you may now log into your PayPal.com account by inputting your PayPal email address and password in the fields presented.

Then simply follow the PayPal.com purchase steps and once finished your membership will be enabled and you'll gain full access to the RouterWorkshop.net video archive.

If you have any further questions, feel free to ask.

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Increase the size of your video screen

There is a function in the video player which will make the video full screen

In order to do this, please view the image below:



This will enlarge your video and take up the full width and height of your monitor.

*** To leave the full screen mode, simply press the "ESC" key on your keyboard. It is located in the TOP LEFT corner of your keyboard ***


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You can also use the F11 key on your keyboard
to toggle the full screen
I will also give you the hot keys to turn your screen up side down if you want it..but I think I will hold that one back, it's made to drive the IT/ Admin. nuts as a joke..

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Thanks, I'm now subscribed (I hope the original credit card subscription doesn't also get charged).

In the meantime, the small video for 101 is ok, full screen is way too pixelated, but I found a simple way to display a resizable screen. It's very simple, but I don't want to publish it here because it gives the URL of the video away. If any TRW subscribers(or the TRW folk) wants to know how to do this, I'll be happy to explain via a private message.

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