yeah, copy link of image paste into page, using cntrl V
For me, with ImgPile, after uploading like you did, all I have to do is select the image I want to use, right click and go down to "copy image address" and paste it in the URL of the "scene" icon from above. I use a Mac.
Then I click "OK" and preview the image. If it’s too big or wide, I just fiddle with the values of height and width. Usually starting with "500" is good and the width automatically adjusts. If off by a bit, then lowering or raising the number until I’m satisfied does the trick.
You can preview it as much as necessary and you won’t lose anything. It’s easier for me to just grab the image and do all adjustments here. That’s just for my photos. Anything else is just copy & paste and using the same "copy image address" does the trick for using GIFs. Just drop it in the URL box.
For YouTube videos, click "share" below the video and then "embed". When the code pops up, click on "copy" and then come here and select "source". Just paste it and then hit "preview" to see if the video takes. That’s all you need to do. You will not see the video unitl you preview it. Hope that helps.
All the best,
@tomic601 thanks. I have another two I started, but are on hold until I build an equipment rack. Sick of my stuff sitting on the floor and springs.
I’m seriously considering making folded well diffusers, with fractal diffuser faces in the wells to diffuse higher frequencies. 36mm seems to be the best choice.
Yes, pasted in a Youtube video, seems to work great!