1. How to Use the Chat Feature

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    from Smithonian CFCH / Added

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    This Will to Adorn tutorial demonstrates how to use the chat feature.

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    • How to Add Videos to the Will to Adorn Site

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      from Smithonian CFCH / Added

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      This Will to Adorn tutorial demonstrates how to add videos to the WTA site.

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      • Adding and Working with Photos and Photo Albums

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        from Smithonian CFCH / Added

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        This Will to Adorn tutorial demonstrates how to add photos and create photo albums on the WTA site.

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        • Wavy Hair Tutorial

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          from Dana / Added

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          • Tutoriais Photoshop João Veríssimo - Sombras

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            from João Veríssimo / Added

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            Tutorial a explicar o meu método para criar sombras no Photoshop. Espero que gostem!!

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            • GraphEISTI - Tuto #2

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              GraphEISTI - Tuto #2 27/10/2011

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              • Panasonic GH2 Timelapse Experiment - A How To

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                from Hendrik Morkel / Added

                I really love some good time lapse scenes, and with the Panasonic GH2 it is very easy to shoot nice scenes. Information on How to do this with the GH2 is spare on the internet, so I will append this post in the near future with additional information. If you can't wait, here's the rundown: Go to the Manual [Creative] Movie setting, click Menu/ Set and choose the right "Variable Movie Mode". Once you press Menu/ Set you'll be asked to choose the Frame Rate - press Menu/ Set again, and choose 300%. Choose ISO according to need, and you're ready to roll. The two clips you see above were originally 15 minutes and 9 minutes long, after importing to iMovie they became 5 min. and 3 min. respectively (speed up 300% means they will be one third the length of the time you're filming). I then further speed them up in iMovie to 800% which resulted in a 36 seconds and 21 seconds clip - which is what you see above. The first clip is shot at ISO 200, the second at ISO 800. I used the Panasonic Lumix 45 mm lens (which is superb) and a GorillaPod to stabilize the camera on the rocks. Then you just need patience, and a warm jacket while the camera does its thing =) In the first clip you can see two planes taking off, and slow water and cloud movement, while it gets darker. I then switched location and ISO, and in the second clip you can see yet again slow cloud and water movement while two boats pass by, as well as several birds. I hope you enjoyed this and if there's questions - ask!

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                • Aprendiendo Linux - Video 3

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                  Tercer video Tutorial sobre este curso de Linux en el que aprenderemos como instalar cualquier distribución en una memoria USB para correrlo sin necesidad de un CD.

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                  • Blender Modelling Making a Chessboard Using the Array Modifier and the Generated Marble Texture

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                    from Ian Scott / Added

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                    This tutorial shows how to make a chessboard quickly and easily using the array modifier. The tutorial also shows how to use the marble texture which is one of the computer generated textures available in Blender.

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                    • Blender 2.5 Animation - An Object Following a Path (Guide, Motion Path)

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                      from Ian Scott / Added

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                      Getting an object e.g. a cube to follow a path (motion path, guide path) using Blender 2.55. Hide object, cube Add a curve to act as a path for any object to follow Show the object and with it selected add the 'Follow Path' constraint Set the Target to be the curve and check 'Follow path' In earlier versions of Blender (before 2.55) a default animation would be created. With the latest beta version you have to insert key frames. For more tutorials and resources go to - http://blender.freemovies.co.uk

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