Adobe Premiere Elements 15 Tutorial – How to do Slow Motion Video

In this Adobe Premiere Elements 15 tutorial, I show you how to do slow motion video. You can do slow motion video with any video but for best results, 60fps (frames per second) video provides a smoother look. It’s a bit tricky to find in Premiere Elements 15 but the option is called “Time Remapping“. Time Remapping allows you to slow down or speed up a video clip. In this tutorial I only show you how to slow down the clip but you can easily see how you would also speed up the video footage too.

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How to Podcast with Apple GarageBand

Here is a brand new Apple GarageBand tutorial where I show you how to record audio to use in things like podcasts, voiceovers, and the like.
You will learn how to:

  • Setup Recording Source
  • Record Audio / Vocals
  • Edit Audio
  • Increase Audio Levels
  • Decrease Audio Levels
  • Fade In Audio / Fade Out Audio
  • How to setup a multiple track Podcast with Intro music, main voice recording, and an outro music track
  • Exporting to MP3

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How To Rotate Images on your iPhone or iPad

In this iPhone Tutorial I will show you how to rotate an image using the free Photos App. It pretty unbelievable the amount of editing that can be done using the Photos App. ┬áInitially, I wasn’t that big a fan of the app, but over time…. It has become an important tool in my arsenal of image and video editing apps on the iPhone and iPad.

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iMovie for iPhone and iPad Tutorial – Split Screen Video

iMovie for iPhone and iPad Tutorial – Split Screen Video

In this iMovie for iOS tutorial, we show you how to do a split screen video with two clips. Another cool way to customize the look and feel of your videos. This is good for comparing things or showing off a before after situation.

Thanks for watching and we’ll see you in the next one!


iMovie for iPhone and iPad Tutorial – Picture in a Picture Video Overlay

iMovie for iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch Tutorial for Beginners – Picture in Picture Video Overlay

In this iMovie Tutorial for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch (iOS basically) we show you how to do a picture-in-picture style video overlay. It’s not to difficult to do, but you can really pimp out your videos this way. The most important thing to remember is to have the video scrubber (the line) in the position where you want to video overlay to appear. After that you can tap and drag to shorten it up. Also don’t be afraid to split the picture-in-picture overlay clip. You can have it appear in different areas of the video.

Have Fun!!

Windows Movie Maker Tutorial – How to Record Voiceover

In this Windows Movie Maker tutorial I show you how to do a voice over. I recommend you get a good mic like the AT2005USB or ATR2100 if you plan on doing a bunch of voice overs. People will usually forgive not-so-good video, but they will usually leave if the sound is bad.

If you need a good free video editing program on Windows, go no farther than MicroSoft’s own Movie Maker. You can get Windows Movie Maker free here.

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How To Vlog Like Casey Neistat

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With over a million subscribers and growing, Casey Neistat is one of the most popular daily YouTube Vloggers or Film Makers or whatever you want to call this new media thing.  I thought it would be a good idea to talk about how Casey Neistat actually vlogs.

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How To Upgrade Late 2014 Early 2015 Mac Mini SSD


When I originally purchase the Late 2014 Early 2015 Mac Mini, I knew I was going to have to upgrade the 5400 rpm spinning hard drive to an SSD. When I got the Mac Mini, I realized very quickly that not having SSD was a no go for me! I have been using SSD‘s for a few years now and you just can’t go back once you are used to the speed. It took me a while but I finally got off my lazy butt and swapped out the 1TB spinning drive for a 480GB solid state drive (SSD).

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