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Date: 2009-11-11
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Speeding Premiere Pro CS4's H.264 Encoding with NVIDIA QuadroFX and Elemental Accelerator
Offloading video encoding tasks to the host GPU
High definition video editing and HD video encoding are two of the hardware intensive tasks that can be done with a computer. It takes a lot of power to complete these types of jobs, oftentimes rendering your computer limited in functionality while it encodes video. NVIDIA's Quadro line of graphics cards can help to speed up H.264/AVC encoding in Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 with an assist from Elemental Technologies' Elemental Accelerator.
Final Cut Pro freebies for a better edit experience
Little things make a big difference
It seems no matter how mature and complex creative software tools become, particularly non-linear editing systems, there always seem to be the extra things you find yourself wishing for. The technology trickle-down effect has seen enormous changes over the past decade where the tools that were once the sole domain of high-end turn-key systems - with appropriate astronomical price-tags - are now stock standard.

Diana's Top 10 Final Cut Pro 7 Features #7 - Improved Markers
You know those little post-it note pads that come in multiple colors? Ok, admit it now. Do you ever color-code your notes? Maybe yellow notes are financial, pink ones are hot to-do items. Well with Final Cut Pro 7, you can now use color to label your markers in a very similar way. There are several other marker improvements as well.
Search Engine Optimization: See your site through your searchers eyes
In this clip, host Richard John Jenkins discusses how you can see your site through your searchers eyes. He discusses the Golden Triangle. He also discusses Enquiro Eye Tracking Study, which looks at how people look at websites and how they scan what is on the websites that they visit.
Search Engine Optimization: The need behind the search query
In this clip, host Richard John Jenkins discusses the need behind the search query. He explains that people perform three types of searches based on their search needs. These include Navigational, informational, and transactional searches. He explains in this video.
Search Engine Optimization: How searchers search
In this clip, host Richard John Jenkins takes another look at how searchers use search engines to search. He shows this by trying to find an SEO firm in his neighborhood. He discusses how most people start searches broad to narrow, and he discusses how SEO's make the mistake of optimizing sites for very broad terms. You don't want to optimize sites for broad terms unless you don't have any competition. He explains it in this clip.

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