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Quick Update

I have some emails I have not had a chance to respond to; I have seen them, life has just been a bit crazy busy lately.

I need to deal with some administrative things this week. If you have an open commission with me, I will be contacting you soon, so watch your inboxes.   (Beth, I am doing my damndest to have yours done this week)

There are some really awesome things happening in our lives that we’re keeping under wraps for the time being, since things can still go awry.  (No, I am not pregnant.)  

Does anyone that read this use Livestream with a specific piece of software (Sai, Photoshop, etc) ?  I don’t really have the energy to muck about getting my real-media setup going again; I got a new desk, and fitting it with the camera has proven to be a pita.  But I thought perhaps I could doodle digitally. If anyone does and doesn’t mind helping me get it set up, I’d appreciate it!

I’m alive, so is Bren, the cats are fat and oh-so-sassy. 


Originally published at cheekitty.com. You can comment here or there.


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Apr. 17th, 2012 02:33 pm (UTC)
Most of the livestream software does a simple screen capture, so you can do whatever program you like. I use camtwist on my mac and livestream's procaster, which I can do webcam and screen capture work. It's pretty fun!
Apr. 17th, 2012 03:09 pm (UTC)
That's what I was wondering. Okay, so I probably shouldn't have things I don't want streamed open behind Procaster. Good to know! (I can use my laptop for the references)
Apr. 17th, 2012 04:22 pm (UTC)
You can resize the "eye" of the program to not include portions of your screen that you don't want broadcasted. For instance, I put my chat/mush window on my other monitor, or far to the right of the screen. It's pretty nifty.
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