Here, I teach you how to archive your video projects so that you can always have a full backup of your videos. Using Movie Edit Pro, it's easy! This featuer is also included in most other video editing packages.
Well this one is a short but sweet one. I am hoping I can enlist your input. I am probably going to do a video about how to complete a world here on WHT. I am just getting to the point where I'm pretty familiar with the layout and interface, so I should be able to write up a script that takes us through it quickly and still covers everything. What would you like to make sure you see in this video?
Wear your brain on your sleeve, err, chest! Let the world know you are creative and full of ideas by wearing our custom MindPower T-Shirt. Boldly displays the "MindPower" Brain logo with the slogan "Applied Knowledge is Power." on the front, and the MindPower URL http://youtube.com/mindpower009 across the back.
One of the things I enjoy the most about making tutorial videos is watching the reactions. In YouTube's backoffice, they give me great tools like Insight, Demographics, Discovery and Hot Spots. I can tell when people's attention drops off when watching. I can see what age groups and gender my audience is made up of. And... I can see where most people came from to get to see my videos.
In this episode of MindPower, Bryce teaches how to create a photo slideshow in Flash, using only Xara Web Designer 5 from Magix AG.
Forgot the passwords to your email or your other favorite websites? If you typically store your passwords in Internet Explorer (IE9 or other versions) it can be tricky to get your passwords back -- but this tutorial makes it really easy!
In this episode of MindPower, Bryce shows how to set up, light, and film a drawing or sketching video for use in instruction or speedpainting videos.
In this episode of Mindpower, Bryce demonstrates how to use your Android phone as a USB Flash Drive on your Car Stereo.
In this episode of MindPower, Bryce shows how to make your videos sound their very best by using the same techniques as the pros! These techniques can even be applied using free programs like Windows Movie Maker and Audacity.
A few years back, I wrote an article, in fact mostly to my family and friends, titled "The Evil Power of To:". I was referring to all the folks sending emails out willy-nilly to all their friends with no regard for whether or not you or I would want our email addresses boldly displayed on the "To:" line of an email. This article very pointedly explains what BCC: is and WHY you should always use it when sending out emails to more than one person. Check it out!