Achieve great bottom-end: design a drum that fits perfectly with your bass.A quick and frustration-free solution: cut out hours of hunting through samples.You can reuse your existing drum sample library.Incredibly useful instant drag-and-drop sample export: Get your attack, blend with the synth engine – drag straight from the plugin into your DAW arrange.No complex envelopes to set, just sensible knobs for instant results.Plugin Boutique in collaboration with Credland Audio proudly presents their first proprietary plugin...
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Achieve great bottom-end: design a drum that fits perfectly with your bass.A quick and frustration-free solution: cut out hours of hunting through samples.You can reuse your existing drum sample library.Incredibly useful instant drag-and-drop sample export: Get your attack, blend with the synth engine – drag straight from the plugin into your DAW arrange.No complex envelopes to set, just sensible knobs for instant results.
Have you ever wondered how a commercial photo shoot is done? Well, wonder no more. Today, photographer Zhang Jingna will walk us through the entire process.
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Insightful and generous to give us a rough idea what preparations a talented professional does for a photo shoot~ This is a real valuable deconstruction of the necessities for producing a well organised and fantastic photoshoot, of course there are other photographers who would put together something vaguely similar , and it’s safe to say i would take this womans advice as gospel, thank you for this!
...No matter where you are, it’s imperative that you connect with both your customers and employees on the go. To provide excellent customer service, put quality behind your brand, and demonstrate that you are with your customer every step of the way, you and your employees have to connect with them on nearly every level. Local marketing,social media, and content are just a few of the channels you can optimize with tools to stay connected.
In this post, we’ve gathered the top 20 social tools that keep your team alert and on task.
Corel makes one of the more appealing video editors around, VideoStudio Pro, and today the company announced the availability of the latest version of this enthusiast video-editing software, VideoStudio Pro X5.
The big news is the program's ability to generate HTML5 video content. Included authoring capabilites let users add clickable points on the Web video, such as cue points or video chapters. The software outputs to either H.264 or WebM formats. This means the video will display correctly in any browser that supports HTML, including the Apple iPad and iPhone's version of the Safari Web browser.
In this article, we'll document a viable 4k encoding workflow assembled for in-house testing, and look at some of the inherent challenges, as well as current products and enabling technologies used to make it work.
Want to add sheen to your mixdowns?Here are a few things to consider (RT @SKIOMusic: 5 tips for #producing pro-sounding polished mixes by @futuremusicmag http://t.co/RsA21g83zU #edm #ableton #logicpro...
The best video publishing tools categorized and sorted into a fast-access directory. In this new free catalog of online tools and services that I have been culling for a few months in the background, you can find over 100 tools that I have personally tested and verified, that can help you with your online video publishing needs. This tools directory already includes over 22 different categories including: Video sharingLive streamingVideo editing toolsScreencasting and video captureVideo stock footageWebcam utilitiesTeleprompting toolsTools to make a video interactiveVideo playerVideo codecsVideo encoding services Free to use. Full directory: https://video-publishing.zeef.com/ Feel free to suggest more relevant tools where appropriate.
"Over the last month I've facilitated a handful of workshops on the topic of video creation in the classroom. One of the points that I always try to stress in those workshops is that the focus of most student video projects should be on developing and delivering clear story lines. Yes, it is great if students use slick transitions and special effects, but those don't mean a thing if the video doesn't have a clear purpose (unless that purpose is to demonstrate editing skills)."
How can we keep our students engaged and provide them with opportunities to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of content? Allow them to create a video! Richard Byrne's post discusses this option and provides many resources to assist you. He also discusses this as a classroom teacher whom is not teaching video production. One link will take you to a page Video Projects. This page provides resources that will help you learn: * Designing and Developing Video Projects which discusses 5 video projects that you might choose to implement. * Today's Activities which provides a variety of options as to how you might introduce this to your class. He also provides a list of questions to help you plan the project. The sections provided are: * Planning the Student Video Project * Assesing the Student Video Project: Pre-Production * Asessing the Student Video Project: Post-Production You will then find resources in the following areas (with each one briefly descibed): * Free Video Creation Tools * Sound and Music Sources * Image Sources * Sharing Videos The original post also includes two sample videos. One is embedded within the post: Black Death in 90 Seconds, created by a teacher. There is a link to one created by a student, My Name is Michael, whom "explains what life is like living with Autism."
We all use Google to check if our writing is correct. We enter different phrases until we find the one that gives us most results – and this is the one we use in our own text. A smart approach, but not without its annoyances: revisiting the Google webpage breaks the flow of our writing, and its results often contain grammatical errors.
Writing a story line or script its usefull ~This looks like an interesting software tool which you can download and use to check your writing against the texts included in thousands of Google books. It can even detect context from the text you are writing and compare it to similar contexts. Interesting stuff!
This question/answer combination is great: “Why make an experimental documentary and not a feature film?” The answer to that would be that the structure of the project arose organically to match the sprawling nature of the subject matter. It’s not just the time of movies right now, since we have long form TV and online video, and all kinds of new forms coming up. Because it is distributed across so many platforms, Empire is very much of this time.
Great audio quality will enhance your video, whilst bad audio quality can ruin any footage you've taken the time to film. Following our 6 easy tips for capturing the best sound quality will ensure that you get the audio right every time.
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Nothing worse than trying to hear lyrics and a fuzzy poor quality sound, get the best quality clear listen-able possible~