How to Trim a Video | TechSmith

Trimming a video is an important part of keeping the attention of your audience. Trimming is getting rid of parts of a video at the start or at the end. Trimming is a nice trick because you want your first five seconds of a video to grab attention and so you don’t want your video to start off boring. You can use simple tools like SnagIt to trim your video easily. This is…
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CD, DVD, Blu-ray Scratch Repair Machines

Before I get as far as disc repair machines for CD, DVD, Blu-ray and game disc recovery my weapon of choice is to use a software solution.
I always try to recover the data from the disc first without getting into interfering with the surface of the disc.
However there are times when it may be necessary for you to repair the surface of the disc before you can access the…
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The Friday Roundup – Hyperlapse Tips, Isobuster Updates and Critiques

5 Hyperlapse Video Tips
So for those of you that are not quite up to speed on the whole timelapse vs. hyperlapse thingy a little clarification first.
A timelapse video is when you have the camera in a fixed position and shoot a long sequence of images at pre-determined intervals.
You then load those images into video editing software and use them to create a video where…
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Pinnacle Studio 24 Review

Before we get into this Pinnacle Studio 24 review fully there are a few details it is probably best to get out of the way from the beginning.
This is only the fourth time I have included Pinnacle Studio on my site as a recommended software choice for video editing.
It is one of the oldest digital video editing packages that is still available today so let’s address that e…
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The Art of Using Backgrounds in Photography and Video

the use of backgrounds in photography and cinematography is an art and it is necessary to utilize your background as much as possible. If the subject is moving, you will want to pay special attention to the background. You can frame your subject with just the right amount in the background. You can also isolate your subject by making your frame smaller, or larger, if you…
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