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Opening SharePoint By Mark Abdelnour Need a secure, collaborative environment for managing documents? Meet SharePoint. Author and SharePoint implementation consultant Mark Abdelnour makes the introductions, showing you the fundamentals of storing and editing different kinds of documents. Learn how to upload files, work with metadata, and create views, the windows into your data in SharePoint. Mark also shows how to share links, set alerts, and use version history to keep track of who changed what when. Plus, learn how to collaborate with team members using apps, such as the Calendars and Discussion Boards apps. ...Read More »
Exploring a SharePoint site By Gini Courter In Exploring a SharePoint site Gina goes over the basics of a Sharepoint site. Learn how to use SharePoint Designer 2013 to alter the default appearance of SharePoint websites and brand them for your business. This course covers some of the new branding features in SharePoint, as well as HTML techniques that leverage your existing design skills. Not a designer? Don't worry. Gini Courter shows how to customize your site in a few clicks using SharePoint Designer's Design Manager and composed looks. For those new to SharePoint, she also starts off with a review of basic tasks like creating sites and pages, and improved features for images and video. Every SharePoint site doesn't have to look the same. Give yours a fresh visual identity with these techniques. ...Read More »
Exploring a SharePoint site By Gini Courter In Exploring a SharePoint site Gina goes over the basics of a Sharepoint site. Learn how to use SharePoint Designer 2013 to alter the default appearance of SharePoint websites and brand them for your business. This course covers some of the new branding features in SharePoint, as well as HTML techniques that leverage your existing design skills. Not a designer? Don't worry. Gini Courter shows how to customize your site in a few clicks using SharePoint Designer's Design Manager and composed looks. For those new to SharePoint, she also starts off with a review of basic tasks like creating sites and pages, and improved features for images and video. Every SharePoint site doesn't have to look the same. Give yours a fresh visual identity with these techniques. ...Read More »
Retrieving an email address from a list By Gini Courter See how to boost your team's productivity using custom workflows in Microsoft SharePoint. In this installment Gini Courter explains how to retrieving an email address from a list. The course covers design workflows in SharePoint Designer, and eliminate inefficiencies and leverage automation to avoid repetitive tasks. You'll learn to create a simple form for your workflow, set up email notifications, and work with list and utility actions. Gini also shows how to design workflows that are easy to maintain and reusable, and deploy your workflows into the wild in SharePoint. ...Read More »
Creating a new team site By Gini Courter In Creating a new team site, Gini Courter shows you the basics you need to get started using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 for business collaboration and real-time documentation sharing. The course teaches SharePoint site owners and members how to create, edit, and save documents; create and use team sites; navigate permissions; maximize workflows; and fully integrate SharePoint and Office 2013. ...Read More »
Creating a new team site By Gini Courter In Creating a new team site, Gini Courter shows you the basics you need to get started using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 for business collaboration and real-time documentation sharing. The course teaches SharePoint site owners and members how to create, edit, and save documents; create and use team sites; navigate permissions; maximize workflows; and fully integrate SharePoint and Office 2013. ...Read More »
Keeping track of your tasks By Gini Courter In Keeping track of your tasks, Gini Courter shows you the basics you need to get started using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 for business collaboration and real-time documentation sharing. The course teaches SharePoint site owners and members how to create, edit, and save documents; create and use team sites; navigate permissions; maximize workflows; and fully integrate SharePoint and Office 2013. ...Read More »
Keeping track of your tasks By Gini Courter In Keeping track of your tasks, Gini Courter shows you the basics you need to get started using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 for business collaboration and real-time documentation sharing. The course teaches SharePoint site owners and members how to create, edit, and save documents; create and use team sites; navigate permissions; maximize workflows; and fully integrate SharePoint and Office 2013. ...Read More »
Navigating in a team site By Gini Courter In this installment, Gini Courter discusses navigating in a team site and shows you the basics you need to get started using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 for business collaboration and real-time documentation sharing. The course teaches SharePoint site owners and members how to create, edit, and save documents; create and use team sites; navigate permissions; maximize workflows; and fully integrate SharePoint and Office 2013. ...Read More »
What is SharePoint? By Gini Courter What is SharePoint? In this course, Gini Courter shows you the basics you need to get started using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 for business collaboration and real-time documentation sharing. The course teaches SharePoint site owners and members how to create, edit, and save documents; create and use team sites; navigate permissions; maximize workflows; and fully integrate SharePoint and Office 2013. ...Read More »
Designing For Tablets By Joseph Lowery In this segment of the Lynda.com video course Dreamweaver CS6 and Wordpress 3.8: Core Concepts Designing For Tablets shows how to combine the utility of WordPress and the power of Dreamweaver to transition existing websites to the WordPress platform. ...Read More »
Documenting A Road Trip Via Video By David Hague The Monaro is to be wired up with a phalanx of camcorders; a Kaiser Baas dashcam is mounted on the windscreen with a 64GB Sandisk card, a Sony HDD DCR-SR200 Handycam is on a Hague headrest mount (no relation by the way), and a Canon Legria Mini-X 'action cam' is to perform roving boundary rider camcorder duties when not mounted to another Hague mount, a suction based heavy duty unit kitted out with Manfrotto hardware. Audio is also well catered for too. An Azden wireless mic setup with a label lav mic will record dialogue to a Samsung Recorder, a RØDE VideoMic Go on the Sony will record ambience, suitably backed up with a RØDE Videomic 2 on the Legria. ...Read More »
Mounting Camera To Auto Headset By David Hague I have been asked by a few people to give some more nuts'n'bolts information on the mounts I have in the Monaro. First up, we'll look at the headrest mount. It's quite a simple affair on the surface, in being a bracket that wraps around the 'posts' of the lifted headrest, and this is then tightened by a couple of butterfly/wingnuts. ...Read More »
Masking: The Black Art Of Video Making By David Hague Masking to many, is the black art of video making. It all sounds, well, too hard to bother with, with terms such as 'alpha channel', 'compositing' and 'overlay' to deal with. But trust me gentle reader, knowing even the basics of masking and compositing will add a whole new dimension to your home videos, family documentaries, short films and so on. We'll start with something simple. For the sake of the exercise I am using Sony Vegas Pro here, but the basics apply to any editing package (NLE) that dares call itself such. ...Read More »
Do You Know How Long An Average Scene Lasts? By David Hague How long do you reckon the average scene in a TV show lasts for? A minute? 30 seconds? There is nothing more boring than watching a fixed camera shooting a scene for a long period of time. And I define a long period of time as more than 15 seconds! ...Read More »
Mark Syncs the Spot By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia One of the most missed features of legacy Final Cut Pro is persistent in and out marks. That is to say, once in and out marks are set in a clip, they remain exactly where they are, as a part of the clip, until explicitly changed or removed. Unfortunately, this arguably essential feature for digital video editing did not make it into Final Cut Pro X. If you set in and out points on a clip then deselect that clip and reselect it, the in and out marks are gone. While it is true that you can use ratings, like Favorites, in FCPX to create persistent clip selections, in and out points have valuable uses beyond just marking a usable portion of a video clip. ...Read More »
Torpedoed by Subtitles By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia A video or film project's titles provide crucial information to the viewer, whether it's the opening and closing credits identifying a video or film, the principals involved (the talent and production crew), or lower thirds, the nouns of video, identifying the people, places and things being viewed. Subtitles play a significant role, particularly in editorial or documentary work, in a number of ways. Subtitles make clear, speech or dialog that is difficult to hear or understand, as when people mumble or use unfamiliar dialects; provide language translations for viewers to better understand dialog in foreign languages, especially if the video is produced in a language not native to the viewer; and to make your film or video more accessible to viewers with hearing impairments. ...Read More »
Transitional Animation By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia Final Cut Pro X provides a number of interesting ways to animate video elements in the Viewer and Timeline to provide complex visual effects. But do you know how to create quick and simple animations just by using transitions? The beauty of this technique is its simplicity. No complex motion paths to adjust, no messing about with untold keyframes, just add a transition and set the timing and you're off to the next project. ...Read More »
Render the Fat in Final Cut Pro X By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia Render files are the video files that Final Cut Pro creates when you make adjustments to your video clips. Add a filter or transition, crop the image change the clip's speed, and Final Cut Pro has to create brand new video files using your original media and applying the changes. When the video is played in the project timeline, the render files are played in place of the original video clips, where you have added effects. But what do you do if the render files become corrupt? Or when projects are completed and you want to back them up without the render files? ...Read More »
Command and Conquer Your Keyboard Commands By Diana Weynand, James Alguire and RevUpTansmedia Final Cut Pro has provided keyboard shortcuts for the vast majority of its functions, but there have always been a few features or functions where it made sense to have a keyboard shortcut, but none was pre-built and ready to use. In legacy versions of Final Cut Pro you could add, remove or modify keyboard shortcuts by using the Keyboard Layout tools. In Final Cut Pro X you use the Commands feature to add, remove, modify, and otherwise manage changes to keyboard shortcuts. In this tutorial you'll learn how to add new shortcuts for functions that don't have them, how to create new Command Sets, and how to export and import command sets to access these shortcuts across multiple editing stations. ...Read More »

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