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Date: 2009-09-21
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How to create an interactive multiple-choice quiz in Adobe Flash CS4
This tutorial will guide you how to create an interactive, drop-down, multiple-choice quiz in Adobe Flash with step-by-step illustrations.
Effective PR for a Small Business on a Budget:
Get Online and Get Local!
If yours is like most small businesses, you can't afford the luxury of a PR department, much less a dedicated PR agency or even one employee responsible for external communications and PR. However, this business function is critical as the world of communications continues to expand with new applications, demands and opportunities like social media networks. The thought of a concerted PR strategy and execution can be overwhelming for a small business owner, but it doesn't have to be.

How to Play MTS on Mac for free or Convert MTS Videos to DVD on Mac for watching on TV
I. What is MTS File ? MTS format is a high-definition MPEG, AVC, H.264 transport stream video file format which commonly used by HD camcorders such as Sony, Canon, Panasonic. .MTS files are used primarily with Sony hardware. Camcorders make use of MTS in the form of AVCHD, a recording format made specifically for camcorders. Some camcorder models from Canon also use MTS files. These files are also present on Blu-ray disc compilations, therefore they are capable of storing quite a large amount of information and data tracks.
Complete Training for Sorenson Squeeze 4.5: Filters
How to set up filters to address specific issues with your source videos
In this clip, host Nate Caplin discusses filters, a way to improve the quality of your output video, independent of the format and compression settings that you select. He shows how to set up filters to address specific issues with your source videos and then use them in combination with any particular format or compression setting.
Basic Training for Final Cut Studio 2: Compressor
In this clip, host Tom Wolsky discusses the two things you should do before you export your projects out to tape. One is to render out your material and the other is to mix down your audio regardless of the number of tracks. He goes through the export function, and discusses the various export formats available in Final Cut Pro. He discusses the reference movie options as well as the Make Movie self contained option, and QuickTime conversion. He covers Compression in detail as well.
Basic Training for Final Cut Studio 2: Optimizing your system
Setting your Mac up for the best performance
In this clip, host Tom Wolsky details how to set up your Mac to efficiently work in Final Cut Pro. He shows how to make changes in the system preferences, how to turn off Dashboard and Expose, switch off the mouse button, and how to setup the keyboard and mouse. He also discusses F keys for those working on a MacBook Pro.

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