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    Quote Originally Posted by Chazzy View Post
    I hope that someone adds Jason Brunner's videos for beginners and clearly indicates that they are appropriate for beginners. I suspect that the vast amount of information on APUG has to be a little intimidating to people who are just getting started in film photography or darkroom work.
    I just added parts II, III and IV as well as the pasta and sneeze videos.
    Thank you.
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    Sean,

    Some of the larger video's on YouTube, like the Kodak "How film is made" documentary, are split up in different sections on YouTube.

    Maybe it would be a good idea to add a "links" section that allows you to add links to the other parts / sections of a video when adding it to the APUG video section. Of course, it is possible to do it in the Comments sections, but maybe a more clear option, displayed directly beneath the video when viewing it, might be in order.

    Now, with only a limited amount of links to videos up, it is not a real problem, however, if we end up with hundreds of video links, it may become difficult to find the other sections of a video...

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