A Digital Printing Network
To all MyVC members:
For those of you that have enjoyed our Roland Academy webinar series, we have posted a link to our recorded archive. We have over 28 hours of content for viewing and we have webinar dates posted through the end of 2011. These webinars are $49, but currently are FREE to registered Roland owners.
If you have seen our webinars and want to provide feedback or new requests for future webinars, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and put "REQUEST FOR FUTURE WEBINAR" in the subject line.
Roland Academy manager
*update: try this updated link - www.rolanddga.com/webinars
thanks Dana, I see that some aren't there, such as the newest about the metallic ink, but I'm assuming that it might take a bit to get them posted. I do see that in December there is a metallic webinar for those of us using corel (yeah!) not to get off topic, but do you know if you can bring in the metallic texture system library yet into corel? Just made me think of it when I saw the webinar.
We're working with Corel on that. They have a unique way of working with our libraries and it's a process, but they are interested and we're working out the bugs. I'm processing the Adobe webinar now and I welcome any ideas for future webinars. Send them to the academy address in the original post. Thanks!
Sounds good! I do have illustrator which I'm scared to death of for some reason, but since that seems to be the only way to use the library maybe I'll figure it out after watching the webinar? I'm looking at my beautifully printed texture library and it would be nice to be able to use them.
Hi Kathy, I too used to be terrified of Illustrator and now that I use it all the time, I have no idea why I was so afraid of it. When I was first starting out on the Adobe products, I watched a ton of Lynda.com videos. They are an absolutely excellent resource and well worth the cost of a subscription. I have learned so much from those videos. I bet the Roland Adobe webinar is helpful too!
:-) yikes!!!!! Darn it I totally forgot that I have a paid subscription to lynda.com I use to watch them all of the time, and you're right they are great. Guess I know what I'm doing tonight :-)