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By Robbie Carman | Saturday, October 11, 2014

Create a Panning Time Lapse with a GoPro

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Shooting time lapse with your GoPro? Take your GoPro time lapse to the next level by adding movement while shooting.

In this week’s episode of Video Gear Weekly, Rich and I walk you through the essential gear and equipment you need to create a panning GoPro time lapse.

By Maria Langer | Saturday, October 11, 2014

Buried in Tweets? 5 Tips to Manage Your Twitter News Feed

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Your Twitter experience is all about who you follow. After all, those accounts will generate the content you see when you visit your Twitter home page.

There’s no real limit to the number of Twitter users you can follow—and with more than 271 million monthly active users posting 500 million tweets every day, there’s always something new and fresh to read.

But as you might imagine, keeping up with all of these posts can quickly get out of hand—especially if you don’t check your Twitter newsfeed regularly.

So how do you keep your Twitter newsfeed manageable? Here are some tips.

By Scott Fegette | Friday, October 10, 2014

New Creative Cloud Mobile Apps Are More Than Toys

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Mobile apps aren’t just for play anymore. Adobe’s newest release of the Creative Cloud brings its cornerstone desktop creative applications a new, integrated way of expressing your creative vision.

By Scott Fegette | Friday, October 10, 2014

3 Simple Tricks to Record Great Audio with Your Phone

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There’s an old saying: Nothing ruins a great video like lousy audio. And when using consumer cameras, you’re often stuck with a less-than-optimal microphone to begin with.

But if you have a reasonably modern smartphone, you have all you need to record great audio on location.

By Scott Erickson | Thursday, October 09, 2014

Bert Monroy Reveals New Digital Painting at Adobe MAX

 

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As thousands of Adobe MAX attendees streamed to their sessions this week at the Los Angeles Convention center, they were greeted at the top of the stairs by an impressive new piece of art from digital artist Bert Monroy.

From a distance it looks like a simple photograph of a canal in Amsterdam on a foggy day—but when you get closer and see the intense amount of detail at every level, you realize this is no photograph. Every pixel in this giant image was created from scratch in Adobe Photoshop.

By David Blatner | Thursday, October 09, 2014

Apply Currency Symbols in InDesign — Automatically

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Wouldn’t you love to be able to apply currency symbols in InDesign without having to type them or locate them in the font menu?

You can. The trick lies in an unlikely place: bullets.

And I’ll show you how in this week’s InDesign Secrets.

By Scott Simpson | Thursday, October 09, 2014

Running Minecraft on Ubuntu Desktop Linux

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If you’re one of the millions of fans of the game Minecraft, you may be aware that it runs on Java, which is available not only for Mac and Windows, but also Linux.

Mac and Windows users have a convenient launcher to start the game—but, if you’re using Ubuntu, how do you get Minecraft running?

We’ll walk you through it here:

By Ashley Kennedy | Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Think Sync: Matching Audio to Video in a Digital World

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Matching audio to video has been standard practice in the movie industry since the early days of film. This workflow, known as sync sound (or double-system sound), simply refers to recording audio separately from the visuals—and then later joining them together in post-production.

In this week’s Video Post Tips Weekly topic, Think Sync: The double-system sound workflow, we’re going to see how this nearly 90-year-old tradition relates to today’s digital video workflow (especially among popular cameras like DSLR’s).

And fortunately, we’ll see that the once-manual process is now almost completely automatic.

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