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Swizzle

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  1. 24 downloads

    Microsoft Flight Simulator for Windows 95 Inside Moves (1996) The ultimate flight plan.
  2. Retromags Presents! Microsoft Flight Simulator for Windows 95 Inside Moves (1996) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: Swizzle    Edited By: Swizzle    Follow us on...                   
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    Age of Empires 2: The Age of Kings Inside Moves (1999) Official Tips and Strategies
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    Age of Empires: Inside Moves (1997) Official Tips and Strategies
  5. Thanks for the feedback - I was not aware some software would have difficulty with that naming convention. I will make the necessary adjustments in my workflow.
  6. 39 downloads

    Microsoft Hellbender: Inside Moves (1996) Winning Tips and Strategies
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    Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator 2 WWII Pacific Theater: Inside Moves (2000) Official Tips and Strategies
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    Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator: Inside Moves (1998) Official Tips and Strategies
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  12. Retromags Presents! PC Gamer Issue 035 (April 1997) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: Swizzle    Edited By: Swizzle    Follow us on...                   
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    PC Gamer Issue 35 (April 1997)
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    PC Gamer Issue 28 (September 1996)
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  16. Retromags Presents! GamePro Issue 156 (September 2001) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: Swizzle    Edited By: Swizzle    Donated By: Swizzle Follow us on...                   
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    GamePro Issue 156 (September 2001)
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  19. 245 downloads

    GamePro Issue 155 (August 2001)
  20. Third issue (#155) is uploaded and available now here: https://archive.org/details/game-pro-155/GamePro_155_-_2001_aug While the new Team Member permissions appear to allow me to upload to any category, when I select Game Pro magazine the max file size I can upload is 0 bytes. I've learned a lot from this magazine and have a new workflow which I am tweaking. I purchased a large heavy duty guillotine cutter which cleanly sliced off just the end binding of the magazine. However, I was perhaps too cautious with the amount I took off as there were various areas in the magazine that had glue that had seeped a little further than the end binding. I might have been better off chopping slightly more to start with. The end result was I had to go in by hand with a x-acto knife which resulted in some pages needed editing after scanning. I changed my scanning method to do 600 dpi and then run the images through SilverFast HDR for descreening, downsampling to 300 dpi, resizing, and color correction. In the past I didn't believe this process really made a difference in the end. However, I scanned a good chunk of the magazine my old way (300 dpi with hardware descreening) and the new way and then compared. It was no comparison, the new method makes substantially better looking images at a smaller file size in the end. I also switched to GIMP for photo editing to do cloning when possible instead of relying on cropping.
  21. Retromags Presents! GamePro Issue 154 (July 2001) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: Swizzle    Edited By: Swizzle    Uploaded By: MigJmz    Follow us on...                   
  22. 302 downloads

    GamePro Issue 154 (July 2001)
  23. The second one is uploading now and I think turned out much better > https://archive.org/details/game-pro-154. There should not be more than a handful of pages which may need some minor touch ups. I obviously learned on the first one that when the page has a small piece catching (which didn't cut through) that when I pull it there is a chance it causes a tear. On this second scan I just went straight to cutting again. I also changed the background in my image viewer so I can see the white edges when they need to be cropped off.
  24. MigJmz - I saw once I uploaded it to archive.org there were a few pages near the front which could have used some cropping on the inside part. Other than that was there any other areas where you had to do editing? Looking for any feedback to improve the scans so they hopefully don't require much, if any, editing after I submit them. I would love to get a large heavy duty paper cutter to slice magazines but can't justify the cost when I only have a small stack to scan. The x-acto knife along the spine is somewhat of an art form.
  25. Retromags Presents! GamePro Issue 153 (June 2001) Database Record Download Directly! Scanned By: Swizzle    Edited By: MigJmz    Follow us on...                   
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