• Where to Put Plugin Preset Files (Free Sytrus Preset)

    AudioCollege - Your #1 Source for Everything Audio http://www.youtube.com/AudioCollege Description: -Short video showing you how to get downloaded presets to appear in the plugins preset selection menu. This video will teach you where to copy and paste the preset you download online. Check below for a link to download a free Sytrus preset. Purpose of Video: -To quickly show viewers which folder to put their download preset files so they can use them in their own projects. Supplemental Material: -Dual FM Arp 002 (Sytrus) --http://adf.ly/KBqCA --MOD X = FM Amount --MOD Y = 2nd Arp Volume + HOLD Note Volume --Play a 4 note chord with this preset for best results. -AudioCollege's - FL Studio's Preset Library --http://adf.ly/JbWWJ ----- Tweet This Sample and Get Another Exclusive Free Down...

    published: 03 Mar 2013
  • Quicktip preset vs hold Failsafe explained Spektrum/OrangeRX eg Naza failsafe

    Quick video showing the two different types of bind, some Spektrum receivers support both preset and hold failsafe. The servos are labelled T for Throttle, A for Aileron and E for Elevator - A and E show the failsafe handling for ALL other channels except throttle. Hold failsafe - throttle goes to bind position (idle), all other channels hold last position when signal lost. Preset failsafe - all channels go to bind position when signal lost. The two binding procedures are: Preset Failsafe (where supported) power receiver with bind plug inserted, then immediately remove bind plug before switching on Tx with bind pressed. Hold failsafe power receiver with bind plug inserted and leave bind plug in while switching on Tx with bind pressed. List of receivers shown in video and the failsafe...

    published: 13 Feb 2014
  • Creating, Organizing and Backing Up Your Presets

    A preset is simply a combination of adjustments, or a recipe, that's been designed to solve specific problem. You can save your own presets as well as easily modify built in ones using the Adjustment controls. Presets are a great way to get the recommended adjustments for your image. Simply choose a preset that best matches your image’s subject. While presets are useful, remember they are really just a starting point. Presets cannot be combined or “stacked”, but they can be modified. Choose the one that solves most of your problems and then customize it with the Adjustment controls. You can then make your own presets to apply combinations of your favorite adjustments To Create a preset is easy. Simply use an existing preset and customize the controls or start from scratch. Once t...

    published: 30 Mar 2017
  • How to Install Lightroom 6 Presets on Mac and PC

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    published: 22 Jun 2015
  • Pro Tools Tutorial: Memory Locations & Zoom Presets

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    published: 06 Dec 2013
  • Pro Tools clip snapping shortcuts

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    published: 06 Sep 2015
  • Omnisphere 2: Best Synth Presets? - Making a beat + In Depth Review (Cop or Drop?)

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    published: 28 Jul 2017
  • Premiere Pro 2015.1 Feature requests

    (EASY VIDEO NAVIGATION BELOW) Feature requests: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThX0DqdQlJ4 Bug reports: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jq5wWCRZ-FU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFBoEHxKR5w AutoHotKey mods for Premiere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZIaBsybO6Y https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L05KRribWt0 All my scripts for AHK mods: https://gist.github.com/TTTIPS/8c49ddf064c8e42e8af6 Adobe's Wishform! https://adobe.allegiancetech.com/cgi-bin/qwebcorporate.dll?58HS6A NAVIGATION: INSERTING CLIPS: #1 0:23 Pasted clips should go on the TOP targeted track by default, not the bottom one! #2 0:54 An option to use source patching to dictate the track for pasted clips. #3 1:21 An option to paste clips into the same track they were copied from. #4 1:39 The Insert and overwrite fe...

    published: 13 Feb 2016
  • What LENS should YOU BUY?!

    What lens should you buy? I asked the same questions when I wasn't quite sure on where to invest my money. There are so many lens choices and variations that it can be pretty overwhelming! NEW! Lightroom PRESET PACK: https://sellfy.com/p/QjNY/ - Edit your photos with 15 brand new presets! I shoot Canon, so I am using Canon lenses as an example for this video because I know them the best. By no means do YOU have to buy canon and I'm not telling you that THESE ARE THE ONES TO HAVE! I am, however, talking about the focal lengths, F stop, and overall use of lenses and what I think 3 questions are you can ask yourself to narrow down your options. So, What lens should you buy? Watch now! Links below from lenses mentioned in video. Colour Graded with my PM LUTS Pack : https://sellfy.com/p/Ea...

    published: 07 Mar 2017
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark III On-Camera Tutorial: AF Area Selection (1 of 5)

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    published: 10 Oct 2012
  • How to Center Things in Photoshop

    Learn how to align anything to center of almost everything in Photoshop with a very easy and amazing technique. Using this Photoshop shortcut, you can align layer in center, selection to center, image in center, object and put text in center perfectly. ►SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/94umrc Moving your image to center using your intuition is dangerous, you are bound to miss a pixel here and there if not more. This technique allows Photoshop to center objects automatically and accurately, pixel by pixel. In this video, we are going to learn one basic method that will solve all your centering problems in Photoshop. To demonstrate, I have 6 examples to show you on what conditions you might use this technique. It is easy to align anything to the center of the whole canvas. Of course you can use ...

    published: 29 Dec 2016
  • G3Xn/G3n: Introduction

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    published: 21 Feb 2017
  • Build Your Own Tap Tempo and Preset Selector for Nova Delay

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    published: 25 Jan 2013
  • 6+1 MUSE sounds/presets for Guitar Rig 5(download link@description)

    Greetings everyone!This is another free preset pack for all Muse fans out there.You can download them here : https://facebook.com/kyremike?sk=notes Check out the "instructions" first! Presets and songs : 1)Plugin Baby 2)Hysteria (Rhythm + Lead patch) 3)Unnatural Selection 4)Supermassive Black Hole 5)Exo-Politics 6)Knights of Cydonia ===================================== Website : http://www.mikekyre.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/kyremike Lessons via Skype : mikekyre@outlook.com -Mike Kyre (Μιχάλης Κυριακού)

    published: 01 Sep 2015
  • Trap Presets for FL Studio

    Download: https://www.beatschool.io/download/product/fl-studio-trap/ This trap sound kit contains over 400 high quality presets and samples made specifically for use in FL Studio. It has huge 808 bass kicks, fat drum samples, classic TR-808 drums, vocal shouts, crazy synth sounds, and more! The 808-style kicks are custom processed and layered for maximum power. There's even a preset that allows you to make your own 808 kicks with plenty of options for customization. Most of the synths have some great customization and automation capabilities as well. You can listen to the demos in the video to get an idea of what can be made with the sounds in this pack. These demos only contain a small selection of sounds, so this pack offers much more than what you hear. You will need FL Studio 11....

    published: 15 Apr 2016
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    published: 02 Oct 2017
  • Allen & Heath Qu Series - Working With Scenes & Shows

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    published: 01 Oct 2014
  • How to use the 2013 VW Premium VIII Radio

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    published: 25 Mar 2013
  • Canon 5D Mark IV Tips & Tricks - Custom Button Setup (Fixed Audio)

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    published: 01 Oct 2016
  • Zooming Presets - Pro Tools 9

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    published: 14 Jul 2011
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    published: 27 Feb 2011
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Where to Put Plugin Preset Files (Free Sytrus Preset)

Where to Put Plugin Preset Files (Free Sytrus Preset)

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AudioCollege - Your #1 Source for Everything Audio http://www.youtube.com/AudioCollege Description: -Short video showing you how to get downloaded presets to appear in the plugins preset selection menu. This video will teach you where to copy and paste the preset you download online. Check below for a link to download a free Sytrus preset. Purpose of Video: -To quickly show viewers which folder to put their download preset files so they can use them in their own projects. Supplemental Material: -Dual FM Arp 002 (Sytrus) --http://adf.ly/KBqCA --MOD X = FM Amount --MOD Y = 2nd Arp Volume + HOLD Note Volume --Play a 4 note chord with this preset for best results. -AudioCollege's - FL Studio's Preset Library --http://adf.ly/JbWWJ ----- Tweet This Sample and Get Another Exclusive Free Download by AudioCollege http://clicktotweet.com/_d9la
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Quicktip preset vs hold Failsafe explained Spektrum/OrangeRX eg Naza failsafe

Quicktip preset vs hold Failsafe explained Spektrum/OrangeRX eg Naza failsafe

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Quick video showing the two different types of bind, some Spektrum receivers support both preset and hold failsafe. The servos are labelled T for Throttle, A for Aileron and E for Elevator - A and E show the failsafe handling for ALL other channels except throttle. Hold failsafe - throttle goes to bind position (idle), all other channels hold last position when signal lost. Preset failsafe - all channels go to bind position when signal lost. The two binding procedures are: Preset Failsafe (where supported) power receiver with bind plug inserted, then immediately remove bind plug before switching on Tx with bind pressed. Hold failsafe power receiver with bind plug inserted and leave bind plug in while switching on Tx with bind pressed. List of receivers shown in video and the failsafe's they support below: Spektrum AR7610 - Both preset and Hold failsafe OrangeRX R800X - Both preset and Hold failsafe (I also have AR8000 which supports both preset and hold failsafe) OrangeRX R615 - only hold failsafe Spektrum AR6210 - only hold failsafe Spektrum AR6100e - Only Preset failsafe For most small models, there probably isn't much to choose, as depending on the exact circumstances where signal is lost, either may be good or bad. For GPS quadcopters with return home feature, a preset failsafe ensures the quad will return home if signal is lost, so is a big plus, you can workaround this with Naza by using Heli model type, and throttle channel for U (flight mode select) and pitch/Aux1 channel for Naza throttle, this way you are using your 'preset failsafe' throttle channel to select return home flight mode, set flat throttle curves for your flight modes (GPS/atti/manual) and flat hold throttle position for failsafe/return home. I posted another video on Naza transmitter setup which goes through this and how to safely check failsafe on the bench with props removed. My advice is to make sure you understand the two types of failsafe, and select the most appropriate one for your aircraft, also make sure you test this on the ground (with props removed for safety), so you KNOW what your model will do in the case of signal loss before it happens. Hope this is useful.
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Creating, Organizing and Backing Up Your Presets

Creating, Organizing and Backing Up Your Presets

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A preset is simply a combination of adjustments, or a recipe, that's been designed to solve specific problem. You can save your own presets as well as easily modify built in ones using the Adjustment controls. Presets are a great way to get the recommended adjustments for your image. Simply choose a preset that best matches your image’s subject. While presets are useful, remember they are really just a starting point. Presets cannot be combined or “stacked”, but they can be modified. Choose the one that solves most of your problems and then customize it with the Adjustment controls. You can then make your own presets to apply combinations of your favorite adjustments To Create a preset is easy. Simply use an existing preset and customize the controls or start from scratch. Once the sliders match your preferences its time to create a preset. Consider using options like the Automatic Strength Selection and Face Aware Exposure options to make a preset more useful. At the bottom of the Adjustment controls, click the Plus icon to Save the current settings as a new preset. You can also click the button labeled Add or edit a preset at the bottom of the Presets chooser. A new window opens. Enter a Preset Name, give it a descriptive name that’s easy to understand. Very long names may be cut off in the toolbar. Choose from any of the loaded User Preset groups or enter a name for a new group. Click to choose an icon from the list to help you find this preset later. You can also choose the ABC icon to use the first letter of each word of the preset name as the icon. Enter in a useful description for the new preset. This will make it easier to find and use the presets when working in Perfectly Clear. Click OK to store the new preset. That’s all there is to it! Now, you’ll see that Preset in the presets panel. It will be in a "User Preset" group, unless you had already selected custom Preset Group before saving the preset. If you want to make a new group to hold presets, that’s easy. Just click the Add a group button. Enter the group’s name and click the plus button to add it. Do not press the Return or Enter key when adding the name. You can easily move presets between groups. Make sure the left panel is open to view the Presets List. Open up any group you want to modify and just drag the preset you'd like to move into the new Group. Note you can only move User Presets, and you can only edit the contents of User Groups. The presets provided by Perfectly Clear cannot be renamed, moved, or deleted. However, you CAN choose a system preset and then modify it. Just save that as a new preset. This allows you to easily add that preset to any User Group. Making a custom group is a great way to customize the top toolbar. Just put your favorite into a custom group and you’ve now your own favorites just one click away. You can even use the shortcut keys 1—0 on the top of the keyboard to access your 10 favorite presets even faster. If you want to modify a user preset, start by selecting the Preset you’d like to modify. Now make any changes that you’d like to with the Adjustment controls. Click the Add a Preset button at the bottom of the Presets panel. Choose to save the preset with the same name and in the same group, and it will replace the previous preset. If you want to remove a preset, just locate it in the Presets list. Hover over the Preset or Group you would like to delete. A white 'trash can' icon will appear.Click the trash can icon to permanently delete the selected Preset or Group. In the pop-up window click Yes to confirm the deletion of the preset.
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How to Install Lightroom 6 Presets on Mac and PC

How to Install Lightroom 6 Presets on Mac and PC

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More than 600 Lightroom Presets and Brushes to choose from: https://sleeklens.com/product-category/lightroom-presets/ Get 10% Discount with the code: enjoy10 Coupon works on any lightroom bundle or workflow: Written installation guides for Lightroom Brushes and Presets: https://sleeklens.com/how-to-install-lightroom-presets/ https://sleeklens.com/how-to-install-lightroom-brushes/ How to Install Lightroom 6 Presets on Mac and PC We are going to be looking at how to install Lightroom presets on your PC or Mac. Presets can be bought and then downloaded online, downloaded for free on various online platforms and they can be created. We are not going to be looking at downloading or creating the presets as that is out of the scope of this tutorial. In this tutorial, I am assuming that you have Lightroom installed, have a program that can unzip compressed files, you have downloaded a zip file with the presets or have preset files available on your computer and that you know how to navigate the folder structure of your computer be it a Mac or a PC. Without further ado, the steps: 1. Open Lightroom and open any image that you have on your computer. This is important because we will be using this image to see if the presets were installed correctly and that they work. 2. Ensure that you have gone to the develop module as shown below. Note that the active module will have white text while the modules that are unselected have grey font color. 3. After you are inside “Develop”, you will see a box of presets on your left as shown below: This box shows all of the presets that you already have installed in your Lightroom application. This is where the presets you install will be listed. 4. Now we need to go into the folder where you have the zip file of the presets downloaded into. If your presets are not inside a zip file, skip this step. For those who have their presets inside a zip file, extract them to a folder that you can access easily. For those whose presets are already unzipped or were not sipped in the first place, ensure to make note of the folder your presets reside in. Also note that Lightroom presets have an “lrtemplate” file extension 5. Go back to Lightroom and have your cursor hover anywhere inside the grey presets box. Do not left click on anything but rather right click inside this box if you are on PC or hold down command and left click. When you do, this menu will pop up: Click on new folder, enter the name of the folder where your presets will reside in. When you click create, you will see it added to the left hand side in your list of preset folders. 6. Now right click, on a PC, or hold control and left click, on a mac, on the name of the folder you have just created and left click on import. Once you do you will be taken to your file explorer where you will need to navigate to the folder where your presets reside. 7. Making sure you are in the right folder inside your file explorer, select all of the presets that you would like to import. After making the selection, click on import. 8. You will now be taken back to Lightroom where, depending on your computer speed, the presets will take a few seconds to be listed inside the folder you crated inside the presets box. 9. After you see the names of the imported presets, it is just a matter of testing these presets using the images we selected in the first step. Click on a name of a preset to apply it. http://www.infoparrot.com/how-to-install-lightroom-presets/ Learn how to install presets for Lightroom 5/6 on both MAC and PC. It's easy and takes only a couple of minutes!
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Pro Tools Tutorial: Memory Locations & Zoom Presets

Pro Tools Tutorial: Memory Locations & Zoom Presets

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Learn how to use compression: http://learncompression.com Learn to mix hip-hop: http://mixinghiphop.com Improve your ears: http://quiztones.com Mixing tips: http://theproaudiofiles.com How to configure your Pro Tools recording sessions in to make it easier to jump around from one section to another. Also, how to focus on individual instruments or groups of instruments if you're going to be doing some editing. --- Transcript: I'm gonna demonstrate some tricks that you can use to configure your recording sessions inside of Pro Tools to make it easier to do things like jump around from one section of your song to another section of your song. Or do things like focus on individual instruments or groups of instruments if you know that you're going to be doing a lot of editing of them. Now it does take a bit of extra work on the front end to set up your session to do all these things, however if you do it, a lot of times this can, in fact, speed up a lot of your workflow for the remaining time that you're having to edit in that session. First is how you can use memory locations to do a bunch of different things. Also how to use zoom presets. So let's first start out with the memory locations. Many people are familiar with the basics of memory locations and what you can use them for, so for instance, as the name would suggest, you can have your computer kind of memorize the different locations or store in it's memory the parts of your song that you're interests in marking. So if you want to make the introduction, the chorus, and the verse, it's just a matter of bringing the playback head or the cursor to that location and marking it. On my computer keyboard I can use function and enter, that's gonna create a location. I'll call this intro. Next up is my first verse. I know that it's at this location right here. And create another one, call it verse 1. My chorus comes in right here. I can continue to do this for the remainder of the different sections of my song. And then, all you have to do is just click on these different memory locations, and the playback head will jump to those different parts. So if you just wanna quickly jump to the first verse — listen to that. Jump to the chorus. Or the intro. This is kind of the simplest way that you can use memory locations, so I'll come back to these in a little while, and show you some more advanced features of how to use memory locations. Next up though I want to show you zoom presets. The idea with zoom presets is you can set the relative level that you've either zoomed in or zoomed out on your session and set them to hot keys, or buttons up here. So, for instance, the most basic way to zoom is to use the zoom tool. You can zoom in and out like this. You hold the Option key, you can zoom out. So, the way that I like to do it in my sessions is to kind of start from a global perspective for the broad big picture view of my session and set this to one of the zoom presets and then kind of zoom in at these different levels and set them as different presets. [removed] Coming back to memory locations now. You can use memory locations not only just to mark the different places of your song, but to actually zoom to that section of your song too, so it's kind of like a zoom preset and memory location in one. Let me show you that. I'm gonna zoom in and just focus on this part of my song. So I'll zoom in really far, fill the screen with this chorus. Go back to my memory locations window. I'm gonna create a new one now. Call this chorus 2. Now, what I had selected before is just this marker. You can actually do things like move on and use a selection tool. What this is gonna do is allow me to set a location or a memory and store in memory the fact that I have selected with the cursor just chorus 2. So if I've got it in loop record, I don't have to go in and find that location of the song and drag it out (the cursor) just to focus on that area. I just set up that selection right here. I can go in and click on zoom settings now. And click ok. I've got chorus 2, you'll see that it's got different things over here for the selection zoom. That way now, if I go back to a different part of my song: verse 1, now I click on chorus 2, it zooms me right back in on that chorus and then it's highlighted that part so that I can just listen back just to that part if that's the way I want to edit it. [truncated]
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Pro Tools clip snapping shortcuts

Pro Tools clip snapping shortcuts

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An overview of the clip snapping shortcuts available in Pro Tools. These allow the start, end or sync point of a clip on the timeline to be snapped to the current cursor location by clicking on the clip whilst holding hold an appropriate modifier key. In this video we also look at a second family of snapping commands which are accessible by holding down the Command key while right clicking on a clip. Snap clip start to cursor: Control click (Mac) Start click (Windows) Snap clip end to cursor: Control + Command click (Mac) Control + Start click (Windows) Snap clip sync point to cursor: Control + Shift click (Mac) Start + Shift click (Windows)
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Omnisphere 2: Best Synth Presets? - Making a beat + In Depth Review (Cop or Drop?)

Omnisphere 2: Best Synth Presets? - Making a beat + In Depth Review (Cop or Drop?)

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ENTER MY SERUM VST GIVEAWAY ($189 Value Synth) - http://seribeats.com --- Overall Omnisphere 2 is dope but definitely not something I would use consistently other than for the presets. Even after I got used to the interface it didn't feel intuitive for sound design. Here's what I liked and didn't like about it... Liked: 1. Huge library and huge selection of presets and packs. 2. Packed with synth features and rhythmic/arp options to make complex sounds. You will never run out of Oscillators :) 3. Has high quality effects and Oscillators. Didn't Like: 1. Not intuitive for doing quick or simple sounds. 2. CPU use increases significantly when you start pushing it. 3. VERY LITTLE Visual feedback. Bad for precise design. Final Opinion - 2:56 808 Essentials Kit - http://bit.ly/2neSelC --- Check me out: https://soundcloud.com/seri Contact me - contact@seribeats.com --- Twitter: @seribeats (http://bit.ly/tweetseri) Instagram: @seribeats (http://bit.ly/instaseri) Snapchat: @seribeats (http://bit.ly/snapseri) -------------------------
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Premiere Pro 2015.1 Feature requests

Premiere Pro 2015.1 Feature requests

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(EASY VIDEO NAVIGATION BELOW) Feature requests: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThX0DqdQlJ4 Bug reports: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jq5wWCRZ-FU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFBoEHxKR5w AutoHotKey mods for Premiere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZIaBsybO6Y https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L05KRribWt0 All my scripts for AHK mods: https://gist.github.com/TTTIPS/8c49ddf064c8e42e8af6 Adobe's Wishform! https://adobe.allegiancetech.com/cgi-bin/qwebcorporate.dll?58HS6A NAVIGATION: INSERTING CLIPS: #1 0:23 Pasted clips should go on the TOP targeted track by default, not the bottom one! #2 0:54 An option to use source patching to dictate the track for pasted clips. #3 1:21 An option to paste clips into the same track they were copied from. #4 1:39 The Insert and overwrite features need to have the OPTION to NOT move the playhead forward #5 2:16 Keyboard shortcuts to change the source patching KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS: #6 2:27 A shortcut that instantly moves  all selected keyframes in the effect controls window to STRETCH onto the in and out points of a clip. (If NO keyframes are selected, it should affect ALL clip keyframes) #7 3:48 Give us “STICKY KEYFRAMES” that would automatically expand and contract along with the clip. Provide shortcuts to convert to sticky, convert to normal, and toggle from one to the other #8 5:02 A keyboard shortcut to create keyframes! (a repeat 'cause it's important!) #9 5:40 Shortcuts to select ANY GIVEN sequence in the timeline panel. #10 6:22 The shortcut for “Move playhead to cursor” needs to work consistently, rather than firing once, waiting, and then rapid-firing. #11 6:41 Allow us to assign mouse buttons 3, 4, and 5 in the keyboard shortcuts menu. This could be combined with CTRL, SHIFT, and ALT. [[Original idea as explained in the video was stupid; L and R mouse buttons should not be assignable.]] #12 7:36 The “deselect all” shortcut should work inside the titler. #13 8:31 A shortcut to make VIDEO nudge UP one track, while AUDIO nudges DOWN one track, and another shortcut for the opposite #14 9:05 Shortcuts for nudging clips so that they skip over other clips, rather than overwriting them #15 9:31 A shortcut to delete ONLY THE AUDIO from any selected clips #16 10:04 API support for creating our own keyboard shortcuts (Possibly unreasonable) API support for everything in the entire program (Probably insanely unreasonable.) TRANSITION TROUBLES! #17 11:23 Almost all tools should function as normal when used over a transition or FX badge, instead of refusing to work #18 14:42 Add a “transitions tool” that can select, extend, move, and delete transitions #19 15:41 Transitions like Dip to White/Black should only require media until the halfway point TIMELINE IMPROVEMENTS #20 16:22 Give us an option to remove the audio clip icons for L, R, Ch.1, Ch.2, etc. #21 17:49 A (toggleable) “ghost clip” that shows up on the timeline for insert and overwrite – exactly like a drag-and-drop. #22 18:26 A “ghost playhead” which ALWAYS appears at the exact location on the timeline as the video displayed on the program or source monitor #23 19:57 When importing footage by dragging for File Explorer and into a Premiere Bin, the Explorer window should not lock up #24 20:37 Duplicate frame markers for nested sequences #25 20:54 A clip with a "frame hold" should not have normal duplicate frame markers #26 21:25 Duplicate frame markers for graphics #27 21:50 Let us turn OFF duplicate frame markers for disabled clips #28 22:07 Morph cut should work on nested sequences #29 22:19 Re-use indicators in the bins should have the option to only show up for the particular SEQUENCE that you have selected #30 23:11 Markers should obey the “Track select backward/forward tool” #31 24:03 Mouse scrolling in the timeline, tilter, effects panel, and other windows is far too slow. Allow us to select a speed. (There is a mod that fixes this perfectly) #32 24:37 Using ALT + SCROLL WHEEL to change the timeline zoom is absurdly broken. It does NOT zoom in on the cursor most of the time, as it should. #33 ... lost to the æther. #34 25:28 Using CTRL + SCROLL WHEEL to vertically scroll the timeline is also absurdly broken. Maybe a bug. #35 26:13 You should be able to click and drag to change the lock, visibility, mute, and solo icons… rather than having to individually click each one. VARIOUS #36 26:50 There should be a way to COLOR a bin's folder icon. #37 27:27 Bins should always be able to always scale up their contents to 1 item across. #38 28:05 The export presets menu needs all personal presets at the top, rather than first being organized by "format." [[EDIT: nah, this one is dumb too. It'd be horrible if you had a LOT of presets.]] #39 28:46 A single key or button that instantly allows the selected object to be rescaled with the mouse. There is a mod that does this; it is amazing.
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What LENS should YOU BUY?!

What LENS should YOU BUY?!

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What lens should you buy? I asked the same questions when I wasn't quite sure on where to invest my money. There are so many lens choices and variations that it can be pretty overwhelming! NEW! Lightroom PRESET PACK: https://sellfy.com/p/QjNY/ - Edit your photos with 15 brand new presets! I shoot Canon, so I am using Canon lenses as an example for this video because I know them the best. By no means do YOU have to buy canon and I'm not telling you that THESE ARE THE ONES TO HAVE! I am, however, talking about the focal lengths, F stop, and overall use of lenses and what I think 3 questions are you can ask yourself to narrow down your options. So, What lens should you buy? Watch now! Links below from lenses mentioned in video. Colour Graded with my PM LUTS Pack : https://sellfy.com/p/EaHg/ Which Lens Is right for you? Check out a few below: 24-70 CANON Lens : http://amzn.to/2meNDkg 24-70 Sigma Lens : http://amzn.to/2mhTDuu Wide Angle Street Photography:http://amzn.to/2navyTZ CHEAP CANON 50MM : http://amzn.to/2n1IXys MEDIUM CANON 50MM : http://amzn.to/2lT1wTA EXPENSIVE CANON 50MM : http://amzn.to/2lAEdCH My FIRST L Series Lens : http://amzn.to/2naU9bk The lens I use now : http://amzn.to/2naHjJS Special Thanks to Maati from Travel Feels for letting me shoot his ugly mug ;) Like, Comment & Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content! VLOGS & TUTORIALS uploaded frequently! The Music I use: https://goo.gl/IMZC9A My MAIN Camera - http://amzn.to/2kdu35o My FAVOURITE Lens Ever - http://amzn.to/2kQNK4U The Magic Canon Lens of Life - http://amzn.to/2kXF9Qm The Mic I use - http://amzn.to/2l23rrZ My Drone - http://amzn.to/2kdE3M7 The stabilizer I use with iPhone : http://amzn.to/2kWhajI The BEST monopod - http://amzn.to/2lOPnn3 GoPro HERO 5 - http://amzn.to/2l1Nhit My Super Awesome Tactical Camera Bag : http://amzn.to/2m8jnaT Follow Me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/petermckinnon/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/petermckinnon Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/petermckinnonphoto Website: http://www.petermckinnon.com SEND STUFF TO: Peter McKinnon PO Box #175 Keswick, Ontario L4P3E2 CANADA
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Canon EOS 5D Mark III On-Camera Tutorial: AF Area Selection (1 of 5)

Canon EOS 5D Mark III On-Camera Tutorial: AF Area Selection (1 of 5)

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EOS 5D Mark III On-Camera Tutorial: AF Area Selection - Canon On-Camera Tutorial Videos explore a specific feature or technology of the EOS 5D Mark III. These instructional videos are designed to be viewed at your convenience: watch them online, on the go, or even on your camera's rear LCD screen -- so you can follow along, every step of the way! In this tutorial, you will learn about the six AF area options, how they work, and how to select and enable them. Watch the full series of EOS 5D Mark III On-Camera Tutorials on the Canon Digital Learning Center: http://www.learn.usa.canon.com/galleries/galleries/tutorials/eos_5d_markiii_tutorials.shtml
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How to Center Things in Photoshop

How to Center Things in Photoshop

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Learn how to align anything to center of almost everything in Photoshop with a very easy and amazing technique. Using this Photoshop shortcut, you can align layer in center, selection to center, image in center, object and put text in center perfectly. ►SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/94umrc Moving your image to center using your intuition is dangerous, you are bound to miss a pixel here and there if not more. This technique allows Photoshop to center objects automatically and accurately, pixel by pixel. In this video, we are going to learn one basic method that will solve all your centering problems in Photoshop. To demonstrate, I have 6 examples to show you on what conditions you might use this technique. It is easy to align anything to the center of the whole canvas. Of course you can use guides and your objects will snap to the center if that feature is on. But what if you want to center anything in the middle of an object, image or mask or any other thing? That's when this technique comes into play. No more using arrow keys again and again to make sure that you image is in center. In the first example, we are going to align text to center. To do this, we will make sure that the text layer is selected, and then, we will make a selection of the whole canvas or the document either using the rectangular marquee tool or using the shortcut Ctrl/Command + A. Then, we'll go ahead and select the move tool. Upon selecting the move tool, there will appear a bunch of icons on the toolbar, all of them determine the position of the layer selected. We will simply click on align horizontally and align vertically button and the image will automatically align itself. In the second example, we will align and center an object in Photoshop. Here too, the same steps will be applied. Similarly if you want to center an image, simply import the image and follow the same steps. But the real trick comes into action when we want to center an object, text or image in the center of another object. Suppose you have created a frame in the middle of which you want to center you image. Or, maybe you have created a rectangle box or placeholder for text, and you want to center your text in the middle of the rectangle either vertically or horizontally or both. In that case, instead of selecting the whole canvas, we will have to make a selection only around that object and follow the same steps. Now, how to select the object? Press and hold Ctrl/Command and click on the object layer. Similarly, I'll also explain how you can create end points in the middle of which you desire to keep your object. Hope this video helps you and if it did, make sure to give us a thumbs up and do subscribe for more videos like this in future. Keep Creating!
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G3Xn/G3n: Introduction

G3Xn/G3n: Introduction

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The Zoom G3Xn and G3n let guitarists create without limits. With an array of effects, patches, and faithful recreations of essential guitar tones, the G3Xn and G3n make achieving great sound easier than ever. In this video, we will cover the basic functionality of the G3Xn and the G3n. For more information, and product updates visit: http://zoom-na.com/G3Xn http://zoom-na.com/G3n -- Hi everyone, this is ______ from Zoom and I’m here to introduce you to the G3xn and the G3n Multi-Effects Processors for Guitarists. Each pedal comes with an array of pre-loaded effects and patches, as well as faithful recreations of essential guitar tones. Plus, the G3Xn has a built-in expression pedal, offering guitarists even more versatility. For this video, I'll be using the G3Xn to demonstrate how to use the pedals. The G3Xn and G3n have a mono ¼” input and stereo ¼” outputs. With the AUX input, you can play along to backing tracks from your phone, computer, or other music playback device. Both pedals are powered by the Zoom AD-16 power adapter. Our free Zoom Guitar Lab software lets you view and download new patches. Simply connect your G3Xn or G3n to your computer via USB.. To access the Tuner/Tap Tempo options, hold the Memory/Stomp Button. Use the appropriate footswitch to select the desired function. Each pedal has two modes: MEMORY mode and STOMP mode. Press the MEMORY/STOMP button to toggle between modes. When using MEMORY mode, you can switch between different patches. A patch contains a chain of effects. Within a patch, effects can be turned on and off. In addition to using the unit’s preset patches, you can also create your own custom patches. When using STOMP mode, you can turn individual effects on and off within the different patches. Depending on which mode you’re using, the pedal’s scroll scroll buttons will have different functions. When using MEMORY mode, the SCROLL buttons will switch between banks of patches that will appear on the pedal's displays. This will change which effects are available via footswitch. When using STOMP mode, the SCROLL buttons will change which individual effects are available via footswitch. Use the MENU button to access general settings and the control knob to navigate through options; press the control knob to make a selection. Options include adding or deleting effects, rearranging the patch chain, or renaming and storing the patch. To add effects to your patch, press the MENU button and use the control knob to select ADD. If 7 effects are already in use, the ADD option will not be available. Press the control knob to enter the add screen and choose where the effect will appear in the chain. Then use the up and down Type buttons to choose the effect type. Most effects will be assigned to the footswitches while pedal effects will be assigned to the foot pedal. To re-order your effects chain, press menu, then use the control knob to find the CHAIN option and select it. Use the control knob to highlight the effect you wish to move, then push the knob to select the desired effect. To exit the add effect screen, simply press the menu button. This will take you back to the home screen. To remove an effect from your patch, go to MENU then select DELETE. To edit the name of a patch, go to MENU then select PATCH. Scroll and select to change letters and rename the patch. To save the patch, go to MENU then select SAVE. You can either overwrite the current patch, overwrite another existing patch, or save to an empty patch slot. To adjust effect parameters on your G3Xn or G3n, use the knobs below the display for each footswitch. Each category of effects will have different adjustable parameters.
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Build Your Own Tap Tempo and Preset Selector for Nova Delay

Build Your Own Tap Tempo and Preset Selector for Nova Delay

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In my last video I modified a TC Electronic Nova Delay to have External Tap Tempo and Preset Selector capabilities. This video shows you how to construct your own tap tempo pedal to take advantage of this. This pedal works with the Nova delay and Boss units. It may well work for other delay units, I haven't tried them. All parts for this pedal were ordered from http://www.pedalpartsaustralia.com/ and came to a total of around $15. Should you choose to only have tap tempo or preset selection, then you only require 1 switch and Tip/Sleeve or mono jacks, not Tip/Ring/Sleeve stereo jacks for the output. The video for the Nova Delay modification can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dh-_wn2VkF0 FYI, some people (myself included) noticed that Boss and TC units didn't sync up at the same time. This can be seen in the video. I personally didn't notice because I have a fairly even stroke when pressing these pedals, and the Boss and TC units have different time measuring clocks, so the numbers will always be different. That said, Boss use a Normally Closed (NC) circuit, and TC use a Normally Open (NO) circuit. If your Boss registers your tap when you press the switch, and the TC registers the tap when you release the switch, then you may need a DPDT momentary switch, instead of the SPST switches shown in the video. In this case the Sleeve of your jacks each need to be connected to a center prong, and the Tips of your jacks will need to be connected to either the NC or NO pole according to with pedal is being used. This will cause the boss and TC units to sync up at the same time. Hope this helps. Feel free to comment or PM me with any questions. You can find a DPDT switch here: http://www.pedalpartsaustralia.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_13&products_id=45
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6+1 MUSE sounds/presets for Guitar Rig 5(download link@description)

6+1 MUSE sounds/presets for Guitar Rig 5(download link@description)

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Greetings everyone!This is another free preset pack for all Muse fans out there.You can download them here : https://facebook.com/kyremike?sk=notes Check out the "instructions" first! Presets and songs : 1)Plugin Baby 2)Hysteria (Rhythm + Lead patch) 3)Unnatural Selection 4)Supermassive Black Hole 5)Exo-Politics 6)Knights of Cydonia ===================================== Website : http://www.mikekyre.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/kyremike Lessons via Skype : mikekyre@outlook.com -Mike Kyre (Μιχάλης Κυριακού)
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Trap Presets for FL Studio

Trap Presets for FL Studio

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Download: https://www.beatschool.io/download/product/fl-studio-trap/ This trap sound kit contains over 400 high quality presets and samples made specifically for use in FL Studio. It has huge 808 bass kicks, fat drum samples, classic TR-808 drums, vocal shouts, crazy synth sounds, and more! The 808-style kicks are custom processed and layered for maximum power. There's even a preset that allows you to make your own 808 kicks with plenty of options for customization. Most of the synths have some great customization and automation capabilities as well. You can listen to the demos in the video to get an idea of what can be made with the sounds in this pack. These demos only contain a small selection of sounds, so this pack offers much more than what you hear. You will need FL Studio 11.1.1 (or newer) Producer Edition or better to use all of these presets.
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REAPER Integration With Console 1

REAPER Integration With Console 1

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Ever since its introduction, Console 1 has worked in tandem with every major DAW on the market. REAPER now offers the next level of integration. Control DAW funtions like track selection, pan, volume, and sends from the Console 1 hardware, putting more of your mix at your fingertips Visit https://www.softube.com/console1 for more information ✮ Say hi in the comments, or: Twitter - http://twitter.com/SoftubeStudios Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/SoftubeStudios Instagram - http://instagram.com/SoftubeStudios ✮ Subscribe to this channel - http://www.youtube.com/SoftubeStudios?sub_confirmation=1 ✮ ...and click the notification bell to keep informed ;)
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Allen & Heath Qu Series - Working With Scenes & Shows

Allen & Heath Qu Series - Working With Scenes & Shows

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Qu provides 100 Scene memories. These store and recall a snapshot of all live mix settings. The Scenes screen displays a list of these, with the one currently selected highlighted. Touch the name box to name this scene, and Store to save the current mix settings to it. Select an existing scene and touch Recall to recall settings previously stored, or touch Clear to delete the scene contents and name. To duplicate a scene, press and hold the Copy key below the screen and touch the scene to copy, then press and hold Paste and touch the one to paste to. The Reset Mix Settings button provides a quick way to default the board to a typical starting point. To avoid accidental operation it must be touched for 1 second or more to action the reset. A Global Recall Filter can be set to protect chosen parameters for all channels from being overwritten when a scene is recalled. It is typical to protect your Custom Layer or SoftKeys assignment if you don’t wish these settings to change per-scene. A red dot appears in the tab if one or more items have been blocked. Firmware version V1.4 adds individual Recall Filters that can be set independently per scene. This allows creating dedicated Scenes for specific purposes, for example to change FX parameters only without affecting all other parameters. Similarly, you can make one or more input channels, FX and mixes ‘scene safe’ so that none of their parameters are overwritten when a scene is recalled. For example, your walk-in music channel. A blue dot appears in the tab if one or more channels have been made safe. All scenes, mixer settings and setup preferences can be stored into a Show for archiving or transferring between mixers. The Setup / USB Data / Shows screen displays a list of Shows found on the USB device. Touch Store New to name and store a new Show on the USB device. Select a Show in the USB list and touch Recall to overwrite the current settings with the contents of the Show. Existing USB Shows can be overwritten with the current settings and renamed. Each Show is stored as a set of data files within a numbered folder in the AHQU / SHOWS directory. If you want to archive the Show on your computer we recommend you copy the Show folder as it is. Do not edit, rename or change the format of the folder. To view the Show name, open its folder and open the SHOW.DAT text file. The USB Data Scenes tab displays a list of scenes stored in the mixer, and a list of those found on the USB device. You can use this to transfer individual scenes between Qu mixers without overwriting the current scenes and preferences.
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How to use the 2013 VW Premium VIII Radio

How to use the 2013 VW Premium VIII Radio

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How to connect your MP3 player to your Premium VIII Radio. ------------------------------------------------------- Connecting your MP3 player (You have to have an auxiliary or optional MDI cable) 1. Press SETUP hard key. 2. Press MEDIA soft key. 3. Check ACTIVATE AUX INPUT. 4. Press MENU hard key. Streaming audio over Bluetooth 1. Pair your phone. 2. Play music. 3. Press MEDIA hard key. 4. Touch BT-AUDIO soft key. Using the CD player 1. Press the LOAD/EJECT button. 2. Press any of the 6 soft keys and load CD. 3. Press the MEDIA hard key. 4. Touch CD soft key. Preset radio stations (Up to 24 preset channels may be stored) 1. Press TUNE soft key 2. Use knob to select a station 3. Press & hold any of the 6 preset soft keys Have other questions? Visit http://www.vw.com/2013 Instruction only applicable to 2013 Passat, Golf, GTI, Tiguan, Jetta, Jetta Hybrid, Jetta SportWagen, CC, Eos, Jetta, Beetle and Beetle Convertible models with optional Premium VIII.
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Canon 5D Mark IV Tips & Tricks - Custom Button Setup (Fixed Audio)

Canon 5D Mark IV Tips & Tricks - Custom Button Setup (Fixed Audio)

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➨ My Recommended Gear: https://kit.com/photorectoby Win $6,000 worth of Photo Gear and Workshop http://photorec.tv/giveaway A new feature of the Canon 5D Mark IV provides excellent customization for AF and general efficient use of this professional camera. I show you how to switch from ONE SHOT to AI SERVO, back button focus and a few more Canon 5D Mark IV Tips and Tricks for customizing. Follow me on instagram for more 5D Mark IV from Scotland: http://instagram.com/photorectoby/ More about the Canon 5D Mark IV: http://photorec.tv/5DM4 Buy the Canon 5D Mark IV: http://bhpho.to/2cAimXL Try the Canon 5D Mark IV yourself- Rent from Lens Pro to Go: http://bit.ly/LPTGPhotoRec Use CODE PHOTOREC5D and get 10% off any rental of $125 or more. Expires October 31, 2016 Want to Vote: http://photorec.tv/vote Eye Cups for Sony Cameras: http://photorec.tv/eyecups Find and Follow me at: http://instagram.com/photorectoby/ http://photorec.tv https://twitter.com/photorectoby https://www.facebook.com/photorec.tv 500px https://500px.com/photorectoby SUBSCRIBE http://www.youtube.com/user/camerarectoby?sub_confirmation=1 Video - -Music: https://soundcloud.com/megaenx/space-debris Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/photorectoby/
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Zooming Presets - Pro Tools 9

Zooming Presets - Pro Tools 9

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Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 Using the Zooming Presets Open a project in Pro Tools 9. At the top left corner are Zoom Controls. Use the left arrow to Zoom Out and the right arrow to Zoom In. Use the numbers one through five below the arrows to set presets. They act similar to radio station presets.  When you're zoomed in or out at a particular screen depth, clicking on a number will save that zoom setting and associate it with that number. By default, the number 1 will zoom enough to fit your entire song into view. To change one of these zoom presets, adjust the zoom on the screen, click and hold on a number and choose Save Zoom Preset. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/learn-pro-tools-9-part-1/windows-and-functions/zooming-presets//
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Learn Adobe Photoshop - Brush Presets

Learn Adobe Photoshop - Brush Presets

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SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS http://bit.ly/PianoAppSale In this video, Mahalo expert Gene Shaw describes the Brush Presets Panel and explains how it's used create new brushes. Brush Presets --------------------------------------------------------------------- If you have certain brushes that you like to use, whether they're custom brushes that you've created or belong to the set of defaults within Photoshop, you can save groups of them in the Brush Presets Panel for rapid access. Photoshop attempts to simulate many types of illustration and pairing tools. Adobe starts you off with options that can be accessed in the Brush Presets Panel. 1. Open the Brush Presets Panel by clicking Window -- Brush Presets in the top menu bar and making sure it's checked.2. On the left side in the panel you can see what the brush looks like and on the right side you can see a simple stroke using that brush. This way you can see before making your selection what each brush does for you. 3. Once you select a brush you can change its size by moving the slider at the top of the panel left or right. You can do this same thing by right-clicking in the middle of your workspace with your brush selected.4. If you have a tablet like a Wacom tablet, you can click the Bristle Brush Preview button in the bottom right corner of the panel to bring up a window that shows you the angle at which you hold your pen in relation to the tablet, as well as the pressure you apply to the tablet.5. There is also an icon in the upper right corner of the panel to toggle the Brush Panel.6. In the panel menu area, there are different groupings of brushes such as Assorted Brushes, Basic Brushes, Calligraphic Brushes, etc. Choosing any one of these will bring up a dialogue box asking you to choose Append, Cancel or OK. Append adds the brush set that is selected to the current set that is open. Choosing OK will make the current set go away and show only the set you've just chosen.7. To create your own brush set by first showing only the brushes you wish to keep in the panel. Click on the Panel Menu and choose Save Brushes. Once saved, you can go back into the Panel Menu and choose Load Brushes to load the brush presets you just saved. The Load option will always Append the brushes to the end of whatever set you have open. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/learn-adobe-photoshop-brush-presets/
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Why EVERY photographer should be using LIGHTROOM!

Why EVERY photographer should be using LIGHTROOM!

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NEW! Lightroom PRESET PACK: https://sellfy.com/p/QjNY/ - Edit your photos with 15 brand new presets! Colour grade your footage & photos! : https://sellfy.com/p/EaHg/ Get a website! https://www.squarespace.com/mckinnon - save 10%! - ALL of the Music I use: https://goo.gl/IMZC9A - AMAZING for YouTubers. Sign up! What's up guys! Today we are diving in to LIGHTROOM! Lightroom is massive. I tried to make this quick but, there is SO much to go over and Sao many incredible tips and tricks to really take your photos to the next level. Hope you enjoy! THE GEAR I USE: My Super Awesome Tactical Camera Bag : http://amzn.to/2m8jnaT My MAIN Camera - http://amzn.to/2kdu35o My Second Backup Camera - http://amzn.to/2r29gGg My FAVOURITE Lens Ever - http://amzn.to/2kQNK4U The Lens I am currently using right for EVERYTHING - http://amzn.to/2r2BssE The Magic Canon Lens of Life - http://amzn.to/2kXF9Qm The Mic I use - http://amzn.to/2l23rrZ The Boom Mic I use for Crispy Audio : http://amzn.to/2t1MqyX My Drone - http://amzn.to/2kdE3M7 My Bigger Drone - http://amzn.to/2r2czgx The stabilizer I use with iPhone : http://amzn.to/2kWhajI My Slider - http://amzn.to/2sKyaeS The BEST monopod - http://amzn.to/2lOPnn3 GoPro HERO 5 - http://amzn.to/2l1Nhit FOLLOW ME: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/petermckinnon/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/petermckinnon Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/petermckinnonphoto Website: http://www.petermckinnon.com SEND STUFF TO: Peter McKinnon PO Box #175 Keswick, Ontario L4P3E2 CANADA
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Create an Inspirational Quote Video for Instagram in Photoshop

Create an Inspirational Quote Video for Instagram in Photoshop

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Compositing made easy! Aaron will show you have to make incredible composites: https://phlearn.com/easycompositing Download Sample Image Here! https://phlearn.com/insta-inspiration Create a New Document Sized for Instagram Start by creating a document perfectly sized for Instagram by going to “File – New” and choose 1080 x 1080 for the size. Quick Tip: The Ideal File Size for Instagram is 1080px x 1080px Next, bring in the sample image or an image of your choice and turn it into a smart object. Smart Objects allow you to resize a photo without losing resolution. How to Add Type The next step in creating an inspirational image is to add some text. Press T for the type tool, choose your font, color, and weight and enter your desired quote or message. In this case, we split up the message into two segments and chose a different font weight for each segment. To center align text, select the type layer and then make a selection of the entire document by pressing CTRL/CMD+A then selecting the Move Tool by pressing V and using the Align Tools on the top of the screen. To move an object vertically, hold SHIFT and click-drag the object up and down. How to Turn Your Image into an Animation in Photoshop To make any photo into an animation in Photoshop, click on “WindowTimeline.” From here you can choose a video timeline or a frame animation. In this case we are going to create a video timeline. All of your layers will load as video layers in the video timeline. To change the duration of any video layers, click and drag at the beginning or end of any clip. To view your animation, click on the “Play Button.” In this case, we stagger the text to show up from top to bottom. Be sure to adjust the layers in the video timeline after pressing “Play” to get your timing right. How to Create Video Transitions in Photoshop Video Transitions will add a bit more depth and polish to your animation. To add a transition, simply click on the Video Transitions Icon and click-and-drag the transition of your choice onto the video clip. To adjust the length of the transition, click on the transition in the video timeline and drag the end of it to make the transition longer or shorter. How to Export Videos in Photoshop After creating your video animation, it is time to export! When exporting for Instagram, be sure to render the animation as a video. Go to “File – Export – Render Video.” The best setting to choose for Instagram is H.264 and all the standard settings that come with this preset. Choose your destination folder and click on Export. To play your video, navigate to it in Finder or Window. How to Get Your Video on Instagram In order to get your video on Instagram, you first have to get it on your phone. There are many ways to transfer files onto a phone. You can email, text, airdrop, transfer via USB or use another transfer program. Once the video is on your phone, simply load it into Instagram and you are done! VISIT PHLEARN.COM FOR MORE FREE TUTORIALS https://phlearn.com SUBSCRIBE NOW FOR MORE FREE TIPS AND TRICKS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=phlearnllc LET'S BE FRIENDS! Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/phlearn/ Facebook ► https://facebook.com/phlearn Twitter ► https://twitter.com/phlearn Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/116791098059215639405 Phlearn ► https://phlearn.com -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Intellijel Cylonix Shapeshifter - What's New In 2.02

Intellijel Cylonix Shapeshifter - What's New In 2.02

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The latest firmware for the Intellijel Cylonix Shapeshifter adds and improves a huge list of features. This video gives a short demonstration of what's new in 2.02. Version 2.02 Changed: encoder selection for CHORD TYPE or BANK now wraps around the entire list but quick rotation will shortcut you (stop) at the list end or beginning. Version 2.01.1 Fixed: COMB+LOAD operation to initialize all settings to zero. Version 2.01 Added: the CHORD TYPE parameter can now be controlled by the MODB signal. Added: the wave bank selection for oscillators 1 and 2 can now be controlled by the MODB signal. Added: the two oscillators now have independently selectable SYNC MODES, and both now have 1-shot and Hold modes. Added: pressing the INT. SYNC button twice causes the internal sync event generator to drop in frequency by one octave (the INT. SYNC LED flashes when this mode is selected). Added: when the QUANT. button is pressed twice the PITCH2 input becomes a CLOCK input for oscillator 2, where the period of the oscillator 2 cycle is equal to the input clock period. The QUANT. led flashes in this mode. In this mode the RATIO input sets the clock division/multiplication factor. Added: 8 more pulse modes, including PWM, Square and random. Added: added another mode to the PRESET STEP menu, where the preset is randomized on each step. Added: pressing COMBO MODE and MORPH while in PRESET MODE randomizes the settings. Added: pressing DETUNE and LOAD while in PRESET MODE displays the firmware version. Added: the oscillator 2 output can be directed to modulate the SHAPE1 or TILT parameters. Added: the MODA signal can now be used to serve as the SYNC source for oscillator 2 or to step presets. Changed: the DECAY parameter range has been changed to give a smoother change with more values at longer decay times. Changed: the PERC. MODE LED now flashes when the Gate behaviour is selected (by pressing the PERC. MODE button twice). Changed: the initial part of the INT. FM control curve has been changed to give more resolution at the low end. Changed: the number of presets has been increased to 100 and all presets are now stored in non-volatile memory. The presets now have user-definable 8-character labels, which can be randomized. Changed: the number of the last preset to be loaded or saved is remembered, and is loaded upon powerup (previously preset# 1 was loaded on powerup). Changed: the range of the TILT parameter has been lowered by a factor of 4. This gives more resolution in the interesting range of the tilt effect. Changed: the bank numbers and chord type no longer wrap around, making it easier to reach the ends. Changed: knobs are set to soft-pickup after a preset is loaded, even when leaving preset mode. Soft-pickup action is changed so that the knob takes over from the preset value when it is moved a little bit. Changed: the labels for the MODA destinations “Shape1” and “Shape2” have been changed to “Shaper1” and “Shaper2” to better reflect the actual behaviour in these modes. Fixed: Added a short (4msec) delay to the MODB Preset Stepping after the sync pulse is received. This is needed because many sequencers send the gate signal before the voltage has settled to its new value.
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