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General Forestry => Sawmills and Milling => Topic started by: dgdrls on June 12, 2013, 06:09:29 AM

Title: Lucas Ad
Post by: dgdrls on June 12, 2013, 06:09:29 AM
The Lucas banner in the upper right corner
is a very cool little advertisement.

I like the fellow in the Zodiac with the dog!

DGD
Happy Lucas owner!
Title: Re: Lucas Ad
Post by: JohnM on June 12, 2013, 06:51:17 AM
I checked that out too, DGD.  Mine didn't have sound though. ???  Why are we looking, we've already been sold! ;) :D
Title: Re: Lucas Ad
Post by: thecfarm on June 12, 2013, 08:19:30 AM
Did Jeff just change it a few days ago? Or am I a day late and a dollar short again?  :D
Title: Re: Lucas Ad
Post by: sigidi on June 13, 2013, 04:55:08 AM
Some good pics in that lot hey? I've seen most of them in their calendars over the years. There is one which gives me goose bumps every time I see it - its the one with two fella's milling in a forest, large whitish, smooth bark tree's all around them - just after the inflatable and the dog pic.

For those that don't know, a few years ago we had some rough bushfires down south in Aus, heaps of people lost their homes, livestock, some lost family...this pic is of a mill Lucas made available free of charge for people to rebuild their homes - you can still see the smoke haze in the background.
Title: Re: Lucas Ad
Post by: Jeff on June 13, 2013, 08:03:03 AM
No sound, just a slide show. :) Those awesome pictures speak for themselves for sure. :)

 When you start adding music other than original composition when using youtube to display, you risk having youtube either removing your sound track, or placing ads on top of your presentation, and you have no control of what those ads may be.   I used youtube to put the slides together, as it is low impact on your browser versus a scripted slideshow.
Title: Re: Lucas Ad
Post by: sigidi on June 13, 2013, 05:33:46 PM
No sound, just a slide show. :) Those awesome pictures speak for themselves for sure. :)

 When you start adding music other than original composition when using youtube to display, you risk having youtube either removing your sound track, or placing ads on top of your presentation, and you have no control of what those ads may be.   I used youtube to put the slides together, as it is low impact on your browser versus a scripted slideshow.

Clever fellow that Jeff  ;)