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Showing posts with label How To. Show all posts

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Top 5 YouTuber's Channels to Learn Amazing Video Effects using Tools Tips and Tricks

YouTube gives you every one to earn and share what you can do for the world. This is the Best Platform of the world for earning money online doing something cool stuffs which you want not your boss want. On the starting of the development of video simple editing is the best but when you have lots of friends and followers with good numbers of subscriber then you must have to think for the quality of the video as well as your subscriber wishes. So, here i had done some of the research for you like YouTuber's from the world and who want to build career in the Video Blogging industry this article may be helps you a lot.

I will share with you top YouTubers channels which helps you lot for Editing Video for your YouTube Channel all step by step how to use the tools, and which is the best tools as compare other below all channel video helps you lot for your Channel and video.

Top 5 YouTuber's Channels to Learn Amazing Video Effects using Tools Tips and Tricks


Freddie Wong, known best by the Internet as "Freddie W," is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and VFX artist. He hosts two YouTube channels: freddiew and freddiew2. The first is a collection of his personal videos, and the second hosts his behind-the-scenes shots and tutorials. His movies generally include high-energy action sequences with gunfire, explosions and plenty of gaming culture references.
Wong also helped produce the 2010 horror "Z Movie" Bear.

Programs covered: Adobe After Effects; Final Cut.
Specialities: Action/Humor.

Recommended tutorials:
"Realistic Muzzle Flare" (above)
"Beach Justice"
"Green Screen Match Lighting"

Zach King launched the "Final Cut King" channel during college at Biola University Film School after noticing a lack of easy, DIY tutorials for Final Cut and related programs. Currently, his channel  which features both original videos and tutorials — has more than 225,000 subscribers. He takes editing related questions from fans — sometimes, he told Mashable, he'll get as many as 100 emails a day.
"I love doing these kinds of things because it's a really fast turn-around. You can be on to a next project in a couple of days," he said. "I'm A.D.D. like that."
Similar to Wong, King's videos include a handful of gaming and app references.

Programs covered: Final Cut (6,7 and X); Apple Motion; Soundtrack Pro; DVD Studio Pro; Apple Color 1.5.
Specialities: Action/Humor.

Recommended tutorials:
"Explosions and More" (above)
"Final Cut X Overview"
"Motion 5: Getting Started"

VFX BRO, also based in Los Angeles, has been posting special effects tutorials on his channel since 2010. The tutorials focus heavily on background effects — 3D, slow motion and object tracking — and give great introductions to a variety of editing software in addition to After Effects, such as Cinema 4d, Mocha Pro and Pixel Farm PFTrack.

Programs covered: Adobe After Effects; Cinema 4d; Mocha Pro; Pixel Farm PFTrack.
Specialties: Special Effects.

Recommended tutorials:
"After Effects - Cloning Effect" (above)
"After Effects - Fruit Ninja"
"After Effects - 'Slowmo' Bullet Shell"

Corridor Digital's website bio,"Crazy action and visual fx? Heck yeah," sums it up nicely. The hosts, Niko and Sam, cover a wide range of action special effects — like explosions, muzzle effects and bullet hits — with their appropriately titled tutorial series "Shoot Your Friends."

Programs covered: Adobe After Effects; Final Cut.
Specialities: Action.

Recommended tutorials:
"Filming Basics" (above)
"Bullet Hit"
"Color Grading Masterclass"

Surfaced Studio, like the others mentioned above, specializes in tutorials for action effects. Points of interest include zombie-like running effects, "blood hits" and 3D integration.
A few videos highlight the program Autodesk 3ds Max — originally, the software runs for around $1,000, but you can download a free trial on the company's website.

Programs covered: Adobe After Effects; Cubase 5; Autodesk 3ds Max.
Specialities: Action/Zombie Effects.

Recommended tutorials:
"Zombie Run" (above)
"Realistic-Looking Blood Hit"
"Dissolve Into Crows"


Monday, May 9, 2016

Android Best Video Tutorial Website with New Updates of Android

Today i am going to share with you Best and Popular Android Video Tutorial Websites which always up to date with new tips and tricks for Android. We always try to learn free and in our developer community we always think for how Junior developer can learn easily. Some of the Silly Mistake takes our hole day to solve the problem and we always try to find the solution on Internet. So, just i am listing two sites which really helps you lot for start learning Android from Beginning.  

On the Internet too much Android Video Tutorial's their but right now the best tutorial and regularly update with New Android Technologies and Tools Website below so, you can find easily where you have to go in Android. 

Caster.io - Android development video tutorials from Android GDEs. You might be confused why i am going to share GDE. so, If you know GDE is stand for Google Developer Expert. It's community for Developer who had expertise on some level they got this badge from Google. About the Caster.io Contains both free and paid tutorials. First Choose Android Basic and Free Tutorial if you like and understand then you can join for the Paid one. 

TheNewBoston.com - Android App Development - Beginners. It's FREE.

If you man who just do not want to learn Android but whole technology which have good reputation in the market this is the best site to start Android and other technologies which is just start for you. You might like Android, Java, Python, some one want Graphics Designing, Game Development and much more what you want It's here for the Developer, Designer, Blogger, Gamer.

Yeh just do visit the site both are fabulous for learning Android Video Tutorial and you must like both for Beginners and Expert Developer who want to grow their knowledge. If you know more about Video Tutorial of Android Who provide best quality of video's then share it with us and our valuable readers. :) 

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

How to Install Windows 10 Step by Step


Step 1: Download the Windows 10 ISO image from Microsoft’s web site.

Step 2: If you are installing on a regular PC with Windows already on it, you’ll be prompted immediately to start the upgrade process. Alternatively, you can burn it to an optical disk orcreate a bootable USB flash drive. Otherwise, just attach the ISO image using the virtual machine software of your choice (assuming your virtual machine already has Windows 7 or 8 installed).

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Step 3: Install it mostly by clicking the Next button, making sure to choose Upgrade when prompted. If you want to clean install, follow our clean install instructions instead.
Note: Now that Windows 10 is released, you’re going to need a valid Windows license key for 7, 8, or 8.1 in order to perform the upgrade.



Here is all Done Just go ahead and install I am not going to explain you how to install windows 10 step by step. Process of installation same as Windows 8, 7 and older version of Windows Operating System. Also if you want to buy Windows 10 click here. :) 

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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Ran out of blogging ideas? — How to overcome it

Blogging is not an overnight thing, it might look simple but it isn’t. It needs a lot of passion and dedication to perfect it.
It is necessary to update the blog regularly. That doesn’t mean you can write any bullshit. You need to generate unique and fresh content. For newbie’s it is obviously difficult to come up with different ideas every time.

Once in a while, everybody will come across this thing called ‘Writers’s block’. you don’t get any ideas to processed.
‘Running out of ideas’ is a choice, not an accident
What??? What are you saying? Isn’t it an accident? NOT.
Let me explain you; how and why exactly you ran out of ideas:
  • You stress a lot by over-thinking.
  • You are scared to express your words because you think it is not good enough.
  • You don’t read other blogs or books.
  • You bother about what other bloggers think.
  • You’re bothered about what your neighbors and their dog thinks.
Now tell me, isn’t this an option? You deliberately ran out of ideas. So the secret lies within you. Don’t let others to take control of your mind, and then see the difference.
This might not be the exact reason you’re not getting ideas, but similar.
Things to do to make sure you won’t run out of blogging ideas 
1.  Look how others are doing and get inspire:
  • What or who inspired you to choose blogging? Now go back there and get some inspiration.
  • Assume that blogging can make you an Entrepreneur: Stop assuming, it is reality. Blogging can actually make you successful entrepreneur. Just look at guys like Neil Patel from Quicksprout.com and Pat Flynn from SmartPassiveIncome, these guys don’t need an introduction. The thought of becoming an entrepreneur isn’t enough to inspire you?
2.  Don’t you know ideas come from reading? 
Actually, I felt blank when I first tried to write a blog post years ago. What I learnt is the ideas come from reading, whether it’s a book or blog, you need to read regularly. ideas can come from anywhere.
3.  Experiment with your creativity:
Try to find the way out by experimenting with your creativity. Look everywhere; try adopting different methods and creative skills. Try to invent some original ideas. Write the first thing that comes to your mind, it’ll be always original, in my opinion. 
4.   Try to sneak everywhere to get ideas:
Use social media networks like Facebook and twitter. Participate in forums. Often try to visit yahoo! answers; this is the best place to get new ideas because people visit here to find solution for different questions.
5.   Take shower daily:
This might sound funny, but the best ideas come in the shower. Actually there is a scientific explanation behind it; while taking shower there will be a release of chemical called Dopamine in our Brain. Dopamine makes you feel good. This chemical will also be released while doing pleasure activities like playing games, listening music etc.
6.  You own a Brain, think:
Scientists say our brain is capable of storing million Gigabytes of memory. doesn’t it seem like we are wasting our natural hard-drives? Remember, your brain is different from others. There is no way that your brain can’t generate new and original ideas.

Friday, February 27, 2015

How to create GIFs of live events in seconds


Creating high quality GIFs in seconds is a great way to make live video shareable on Twitter, but many people don’t know how to do it.
A perfect example of when this might be useful is for when events are unfolding live; be it a police chase, the State of the Union or a gadget unveiling. By being able to stream a video and quickly create GIFs from that video, it means there’s a shareable moment that others can join in with.
By creating GIFs as the llama chase unfolded, it let everyone participate in the live stream and re-share the best parts with their friends.
Creating these GIFs is actually shockingly easy for OS X users through a free a piece of software called GIFGrabber. This lightweight app provides a target zone for your captures and makes it as easy as resizing that zone and hitting ‘capture’ to grab a high-quality GIF.

When you’re watching a live stream or video, you just need to position it over the top of what you’re watching and keep your trigger finger ready for capturing. GIFGrabber offers up to thirty seconds of recording, but it’s important to remember that the more you record, the larger the file gets.
Unfortunately, Twitter has an arbitrary limit of 3MB for uploading GIFs right now, but GIFGrabber makes it fairly easy to fit inside that size. Once you’ve recorded a GIF, you can click the app’s icon in your menu bar and pick the GIF you just recorded to get some editing options.
From these options you can edit the length of the GIF and the actual size. The size of the file depends on two major factors; how long you captured for and how large the video was. It’s often best to trim any unneeded frames off the recording for a good GIF, which saves a decent chunk of size.
To make it fit on Twitter, generally a 10-second or less image is preferable and you’ll need to downsize it by 50 percent in many cases. Once you’re done here you can save the GIF to your computer and drag it onto Twitter for quick uploading.
The result looks something like the below llama GIF, now immortalized forever.

Once you get the hang of it, this is the absolute fastest way to create a high-quality GIF and share it online without any hassle.
Windows users reading this, don’t fret. There is a piece of software for you, it just isn’t quite as streamlined as GIFGrabber. Licecap, also available for free, can quickly create GIFs from screen regions on Windows devices.
Now that I’ve shared my special GIF sauce with everyone, I’m hoping to see thousands more online thanks to just how easy it is.