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Download [UPD] From Zippyshare [323 MB]

You have arrived at the downloads section of the website. This section is devoted in trying to archive all official files released for the game and it also includes unofficial patches/translations or tools that have been made in order to ease modifying the original game.

Download from Zippyshare [323 MB]

The Shattered Kingdom 1.21 Demo (I-Magic)This is the latest English demo available for the original game. It allows you to play both a town and a battle tutorial, both of which differ from the ones in the full game. There is also one multiplayer map available.

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Unfiltered Audio Indent (low-pass filter and multi-mode distortion - free until August 15th - 14.8 MB 32/64bit VST/VST3/AU/AAX Win/Mac - must create account for download, use details when activating in Daw):

Get DDLY Dynamic Delay from February 9, 2016 through March 10, 2016 and you will receive a full license of DDLY Dynamic Delay for free. After March 10, 2016, DDLY Dynamic Delay will be available at the regular price of $49 USD.Limit one per customer. Not transferrable.

Another freebie, this time from Soundtoys. You can get the Sie-Q plugin free till 13th October, requires an ILOk account. The site is being hammered right now, so you may have to try it at a later time.

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All CNC machines (routing, engraving, and milling) are potentially dangerous and because Vectric Ltd. has no control over how the software described in this manual might be used, Vectric Ltd. or any associated Resellers cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage to the work piece, machine or any individual, howsoever caused by misusing the software. Extreme care should always be taken and the output from the software thoroughly checked before sending it to a CNC machine.

At the bottom of the page you will see an area with View All Help. This will download all the Help Documentation as a single web page which is useful for searching or if you need to create a paper copy of the documentation.

VCarve Pro also includes an extensive selection of video tutorials, which are accessible from the Tutorial Video Browser link when application first starts. These tutorials cover every aspect of VCarve Pro's functionality and range in complexity from a beginner's overview, to advanced features and principles. They are intended to be extremely accessible by level of experience or topic and use real-world examples throughout. Videos can be watched online, or installed locally.

VCarve Pro includes two default layouts, one for designing and one for machining, which can automatically and conveniently set the appropriate auto-hide behavior for each of the tools pages. Toggle layout buttons on each of the tools pages allow you to switch the interface as your focus naturally shifts from the design stage to the toolpathing stage of your project.

If a tools page is auto-hidden (because it is currently unpinned, see pinning and unpinning tools pages, below), then it will only appear as a tab at the side of your screen. Move your mouse over these tabs to show the page temporarily. Once you have selected a tool from the page, it will automatically hide itself again.

The second choice, Open an Existing File, will allow you to open a pre-created file from your computer. This may be a file you previously created in Aspire (*.crv3d), or a VCarve Pro job (*.crv). Alternatively, it might be a 2D vector layout from another CAD system (*.dxf, *.eps, *.ai and *.pdf). A CRV3D or CRV file will have the necessary information for material size etc. already embedded in it. The 2D formats will import the data at the size and position it was created but will require you to go through the Job Setup form to verify/edit all the parameters for the part.

The Tutorial Video Browser will open your default web browser (typically Internet Explorer, Chrome or Firefox - depending on your Windows setup and personal preference). The web browser offers a number of tutorial videos and associated files, presented either by project or feature category to help you to learn about the software. You will initially need internet access to watch or download the videos or files, but, once downloaded, the materials can be used offline.

This section includes direct links to useful websites and web resources - including clipart and projects for you to purchase, download and incorporate into your own designs. These links will also open in your default web browser and you will need internet access to use them.

VCarve Pro has the ability to create a project where your design requires you to cut both sides of your material. Typically you will cut the top surface of your material, then manually turn the material block over on your machine, whilst maintaining a common registration position, and cut the bottom surface using a second set of toolpaths. By specifying a two-sided project using the Job Setup form and indicating how you intend to flip the material over on your machine, you can allow the registration and organisation of the geometry, toolpaths and previews relating to each side of the design to be managed by the software. During the design process you can then switch between the top and bottom surface of your design, create toolpaths for each side and view a preview of the material - including after it has been cut from both directions. Once you are happy with the result you can then save the toolpaths relating to each side independently.

The initial Z-Zero Position you will be using for the toolpaths relating to each side is set from the Job Setup dialog. You can choose to Z-Zero from the same material surface for both sides, the machine bed for both sides or you can opt to Z-Zero from each side indepenendently. Your choice depends on the nature of your design. Typically, if you are only intending to carve into the surface on each side then you will Z-Zero each independently after you have physically positioned the material on your machine. If your design involves cutting through the material and the Z depths for each side must coincide precisely, however, then you will usually wish to use a common Z position for both sides. You can change the Z-Zero settings for each side subsequently using the Material Setup form.

When toolpaths are created in a two-sided job they are automatically associated with the active side from which they were created. This helps you to keep track of which side of your job each toolpath is for. The toolpath list will only display the toolpaths for the current active side and this is indicated in the heading, which will read Toolpaths (Top) or Toolpaths (Bottom) accordingly. Changing the active side (using 1 or 2, for example) will cause the toolpaths list to also swap the displayed set of toolpaths.

Saving your toolpaths from a two-sided job is done independently for each side. Save the toolpaths for the currently active side, then make the other side active (using 1 or 2) and save out the toolpaths for the other side.

  • To import a file as a piece of clipart you can simply double click its thumbnail to position the clipart in the center of the job. You could also Right click on a piece of clip art and choose the Import to Level option, this has a sub-menu that allows you to choose an existing Level or to create a New Level. When creating a New Level you will be prompted to enter a name and choose a combine mode. You can also click on a preview image and 'drag and drop' its thumbnail from the clipart browser, into the 2D or 3D View. To do this: Move your mouse over thumbnail image in the clipart browser.

  • Press and hold down the left mouse button.

  • While holding down the left mouse button, move the mouse back into the 2D or 3D View.

  • A copy of the thumbnail image will be 'dragged' with the mouse pointer.

  • Release the mouse button to 'drop' the clipart file into the 2D or 3D View.

To remove a folder, select from the list of folders and click on the Remove Folder button. This will not delete clipart from your computer; it will just remove the library folder. Folders may be added to the library from the local file browser by right clicking and selecting the Add folder to library option.

With Windows Explorer and VCarve Pro both open, simply click and drag the V3M thumbnail of the file you want from the Explorer Window into either the 2D or 3D View window of VCarve Pro. The selected V3M file will be imported automatically and added to the Component Tree.

  • Above the view window is a handy toolbar that allows easier access to common tools. With the ability to create a double sided project you have easy access to switch between the Top and Bottom Sides of your project. The Layers Drop down bar has now moved from the drawing tab to the View Toolbar, making it accessible at all times. The other icons displayed in order of left to right are as follows: Snapping Toggle OptionsSnap to geometry

  • Smart Snapping

  • Snap to Grid

  • View ControlsToggle Pan / Twiddle View

  • Zoom to box

  • Zoom to drawing

  • Zoom to selection

  • Toolpath Drawing ToggleToggle 2D Toolpath Drawing

  • Toggle solid 2D Toolpath Drawing

  • Tile 2D & 3D View WindowsStack 2D and 3D View windows vertically

  • Stack 2D and 3D View windows horizontally



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