Whilst digging through some of my old backups this afternoon I came across some old renderings from about 2004 (the same year I gave my 3D graphics presentation to CLUG) that I did in Blender. Some are kind of corny but some I’m quite proud of. Here they are:
I was pleasantly surprised this morning to find an e-mail in my inbox from a website called “Uptodown.com” informing me that they had tested Tubecaster and thought that their visitors would find it useful and so had written a mini review for it and provided a download link on their site. Apparently they get over three hundred thousand hits on their site every day, and Tubecaster is linked on the front page at the moment. I’m really flattered and hugely pleased that even in this reasonably early stage of development (although it already “Does what it says(TM)”) people are finding it useful. Thanks guys!
The review (in Spanish only) and link can be found here.
P.S. I’m proud to report that Tubecaster is the only Free & Open Source YouTube video downloader on the Uptodown website :-)