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SCRATCH VR Stitching and Ambisonic Audio Tutorial
SCRATCH VR Stitching and Ambisonic Audio Tutorial
Creating VR/360 experiences requires focused attention to complex details and most usually fast time-to-market. SCRATCH VR Suite 8.6 simplifies the VR post-production process with one-stop shopping - a single, streamlined VR/360 workflow that includes all the needed functions for creating impactful VR/360 experiences - saving enormous amounts of time, hassles, and money. Read More

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Doorbot Overview Video
Doorbot Overview Video
Now that your door is significantly smarter, Doorbot will help you keep it even more secure. Doorbot has a camera and microphone and will alert you whenever someone is at your front door. Video chat with anyone who is there from your smartphone, and then choose to let them in if you please. Never miss a delivery again, even if you're on vacation. Read More
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2012 Myers Advertising and Marketing Spending Forecast
2012 Myers Advertising and Marketing Spending Forecast
Total marketing and advertising expenditures declined .2 percent in 2011 and are forecast to grow only .7 percent in 2012 according to a new report published this week and available to subscribers at www.jackmyers.com. Watch this weeks Jack Myers Video Media Business Report for insights from our new 2010-2020 forecasts for 57 media and marketing categories. The big winners among legacy media in 2012 will include local broadcast TV station groups like Gannett, Hearst, Belo, ABC, CBS, NBC, Univision and Fox. Cable network programmers like Time Warner, Comcast NBCU, A Networks, Discovery and News Corp are projected to generate significant ad revenue growth. Broadcast networks and radio companies will also have a reasonably good year in 2012. Which media and marketing categories will take it on the chin? Full 2010 to 2020 detailed data from the Jack Myers Media Economic Forecast is available to subscribers at www.jackmyers.com. Read More
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What Is Audio Mastering?
What Is Audio Mastering?
Mastering is the all-important last step in the song/album creation process, and unfortunately one that can often be overlooked. Put plainly, your music will never be at a professional level if it is not mastered properly. This is the stage where dull, listless songs come to brilliant life as one polished, "larger than life" EP or album. They say you need an outside pair of ears on-board for this stage, and preferably one with hundreds (if not thousands) of projects behind them. Even the best mastering engineers in the world send their own material off to another mastering specialist for processing. Read More
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Minimizing Wind Noise
Minimizing Wind Noise
Nothing annoys me more on a location shoot than wind noise. In fact I've had more than an earful of it, and decided to do something serious about it. The occasion was on location at a major horse stud, filming a tutorial for my client, a major veterinarian firm in northern Victoria. Read More
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Displaying Closed Captions in Windows Media Player
Displaying Closed Captions in Windows Media Player
With the improvements that we made to the closed captioning workflow in Vegas Pro 10 software, you can now create and export closed caption files for use with the videos you encode to WMV format whether for inclusion on a disc or for streaming over the web. That part's easy and we explain the exact techniques for doing so in our extensive training video that you'll find on the Seminar Series training package for Vegas Pro 10 software. In this article, I'll talk about how you can make those WMV closed captions viewable in the Windows Media Player. Read More
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10 Audio Editing Tips To Help You Work Faster In Sound Forge Pro
10 Audio Editing Tips To Help You Work Faster In Sound Forge Pro
Ten audio editing techniques that will not only help speed up your editing sessions, but also help you get more out of the application and accomplish more with it. Although I focus on Sound Forge Pro in this article, most of these techniques also work in Sound Forge Audio Studio 10, so you can take advantage of them regardless of the version you use. Read More
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HowAudio's Apple Logic Training: Audio File Processing
HowAudio's Apple Logic Training: Audio File Processing
In this clip, host Patrick Copeland continues looking at editing audio in Logic Pro and audio file editing in the Sample Editor. He shows how to get to the sample editor by double clicking on a region and using the W key on the keyboard to get to the Sample Editor. Read More
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Logic Pro 9 New Features: Flex Tips
Logic Pro 9 New Features: Flex Tips
In this clip, host Damian Allen details some quick tips using the Flex feature, including time stretching an entire audio region, aligning a flex marker in your current track using transient markers from another track, and more. Read More
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Logic Pro 9 New Features: Quantize Audio
Logic Pro 9 New Features: Quantize Audio
In this clip, host Damian Allen details how to Quantize audio with the Flex technology in Logic Pro 9, which enables you to perform the same process with digital audio. He shows how to enable the flex mode to use the Quantize feature in Logic Pro 9. Read More
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Logic Pro 9 New Features: Creating a Flex Marker
Logic Pro 9 New Features: Creating a Flex Marker
In this clip, host Damian Allen details how to create a custom Flex Marker. He discusses how a clip has a second vocal trill after a first trill but Logic detected no transients in that area on the timeline. He then moves the playhead to the half beat to act as a guide for the alignment. Read More

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