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Hi I Have a T5i Canon Camera How Can I Monitor the Volume with Headphones It Has No Headphone Input

You can not monitor the volume via the camera because it does not have an external headphone jack. Had you purchased a camcorder, which is designed for video as opposed to buying a digital still camera that just so happens to have a video feature, you would be far better off. Your options are: buy an external audio recorder with a headphone jack. Or, buy a camcorder that will outperform your T5i with ease in all aspects of the video-making process.

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1. How do I justify a civil war being as brutal as possible?

Wars with yesterday's mentality and tomorrow's technology, tend to be very brutal. Wars that happen during a major advancement in technology tend to be brutal on their own, WW1 were not particularly brutal (in terms of decisions made) compared to the wars that came before, but the brutality feels unprecedented due to scale and efficiency new technology enabled. Technology also enabling non-combatants to see the brutality in a very visceral manner unlike the detached manner it would have reached a wider audience before, photographs over written accounts, video over pictures, ect. Technology can even change how the populace feels about violence in general, increased availability of printed word for instance is believed to have made people more empathetic and less accepting of violence by inadvertently training people to see things from someone else's perspective. Additionally wars in which the populace of both sides are committed tend to be very brutal , the crusades are a great example, wars in which both side are extremely committed leads to disorganized fighting on many levels. this mixture of poor troops and trained troops makes slaughter and confusion more easy. (the last batch were pushover why are these ones giving us so much trouble, well because the last attack was disorganized rabble and this time it is seasoned troops. Nobody can really gauge the other sides strength well so total clusterfuffles become rampant. A civil war started by the populace (as opposed to a coup) will tend towards this. To add to this if both sides feel completely justified you get less compromise, more stand offs and on an individual level more justification of atrocities. religion can be a good example of this but any ideology will fit the bill just as well, no horror compares to those done by men of conviction doing the right thing. In the american civil war and WW1 it was freedom vs freedom, and was brutal because of it. The longer a war stretches on the worse this will get, and propaganda can easily make it worse, there is a reason the christmas truce was an early in the war event

2. Wedding videography as a job?

Wedding Videography although hard, is rewarding and fun! If you want to take this as a career path, learn learn, and most of all learn. The biggest part is separating yourself from the pack. Pro's are always learning and putting new techniques into their art from. We do Photography and Video and are able to capture the day from both perspectives. We also are always watching others to be inspired to take our art to the next level (and you should too!) Focus on Editing, (Using Premier or Final Cut Pro). Then look at getting the best equipment, both vid and audio. You cannot fix bad audio and correcting poorly lit video/shaky video is next to impossible without it look like an rookie shot it. My advice, find some equipment to rent or borrow. Offer it as a freebie to some of your dads clients. (if its free and you fail then no harm no foul). Once you get really good, then start offering it as a service to compliment your dads photography. Use 2 cameras. One stationary and one to get creative close and ups and angles. With audio, I always use a boom mic with the moving camera, wireless lapels for the stationary camera, and equip the groom with a lapel MP3 Recorder in the event you have audio issues with the wireless system (which happens time to time)

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3. Is it vandalism when your neighboru2019s visitors drive all the way in your small grass garden and leave tire marks?

Get rocks and put them around the garden. About 2 or 3 times the size of a soccer ball. They don't have to be too close to each other. Unless you have video, not much you can do about vandalism. Is it vandalism when your neighbor's visitors drive all the way in your small grass garden and leave tire marks?

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In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to record a digital whiteboard video where you will record yourself writing or drawing on screen.Including digital whiteboard techniques in your video is a great way to make your videos more interesting and to engage your students. You can draw on a blank white background, include a custom branded whiteboard, or annotate images in order to demonstrate something.The are 4 things you need :• You need some sort of digital drawing device to record your writing.• You need a drawing program that you can draw in. (There are many free options that work really well.)• You need a screen capture program to record the screen while you draw.• You need a video editing program to edit the video in post production.Watch the video below, then continue reading.The first thing you need to record a digital whiteboard is some sort of digital drawing device. If you already own a computer or laptop, the best option is to buy a digital drawing tablet, like the Wacom Intuos SA drawing tablet is essentially a mouse device that is controlled by a special pen. When you tap the pen to the surface it acts as a "left-click", but it also senses the position of the pen just by hovering over the surface. So, it tends to feel really natural when you are using it.They also have pressure sensitivity built into them, so depending upon how hard you press the pen to the surface, the darker the line will show up. The pen has a couple of buttons on the side that you can assign to different actions as well. I have been using Wacom drawing tablets for 5-6 years now, and they still work great. I would recommend getting the Wacom CTL4100 Intuos ($80 Amazon).The only drawback to these types of drawing tablets is that you have to look up at your screen while you write, so you need good hand-eye coordination. Wacom also makes several drawing tablets that have screens built-in, so you can directly see what you are drawing, but if you are going to spend that kind of money, I would recommend getting a Microsoft Surface Pro instead.The Surface Pro is like the jack of all trades of devices. It's a tablet, but when you connect its keyboard, it's also a fully functional laptop. The best part is it runs Windows 10, so any program you can run on your desktop computer, you can run on this. It's not like a simplified Android or Chrome operating system, it's full-blown Windows! I love this thing.Once you have a drawing tablet, you will need to decide which drawing program you want to use.You can use nearly any program that allows you to manually draw in it. Photoshop, Paint 3D, Gimp, Powerpoint, are all programs I've used to do this. Here are my top recommendations:For Windows users, Paint 3D is a great program to use for digital whiteboards. In addition to the nice selection of drawing tools, you can also insert 3D models from the free 3D library. You can orbit them around, then annotate them in 2D.I love the simplicity of Microsoft Whiteboard. It works extremely well with my Microsoft Surface Pro. One thing that's cool is you can have multiple people connect to a whiteboard for live collaboration.SketchBook is a professional drawing program built specifically to be used with drawing tablets. It has a very easy to use interface, and it looks great. It's free! Once you have SketchBook installed and opened, you can pick a brush to use. For digital whiteboards, I like to use the felt tip pen at a size of about 5. I like the balance between heavy line weight and soft edges that combination has.You also have the ability to import images onto the canvas. This is great if you have a custom background you want to draw on, or if you want to annotate a specific image in order to demonstrate something. Just go to File > Add Image. Then, tap ESC to close the Move tooltip.This is your "whiteboard", where you will be drawing on your screen, now you will need to record your screen. It's really important to make sure your canvas is zoomed to actual size, to prevent any pixelation in your screen capture.To record your screen, you will need screen capture software. I use Camtasia, which not only includes screen capture software but also comes with a full video editing studio as well. But you can also use the built-in XBox Game Bar on Windows, or Quicktime on Mac.There are many things I like about Camtasia, including the fact that you can choose a preset aspect ratio, full screen, or lock to a window. You can also record a web cam and microphone at the same time as the screen.Another free option for screen recording is OBS. It's a pretty powerful program, but not as simple to use as Camtasia.There are a few different scenarios you might find yourself recording digital whiteboard. A common misconception is that you must record your digital whiteboard along with your audio in real time. But in most cases, you will find it easier to record them separately.One important thing to remember is that your digital whiteboard should have minimal effect on the speed and flow of your dialog! If you are dragging through a video while spelling out each word in real time while saying "Thhhhhhiiiiiisssss iiiiiiiiiiissssss........ uuuuuuhhhhh........ Tuuuuuuuuutooooorrrriiiiaaaalllll ...........Uuuuuuhhhhhbbbooooooooooooouuuuutttt........" you are missing the whole point of doing a digital whiteboard. Your digital whiteboard should enhance your videos, not inhibit them.Recording your audio and screencast at the same time might seem like the most logical and straight-forward solution for creating a whiteboard presentation. After all, that's how all of our teachers in school do it, right? They would draw on the board during the presentation of the days' lesson.Many of the videos at Khan Academy take this approach, and they do a good job of it. But, in my personal experience, I find myself shying away from this approach (especially when I first started out) for a few reasons:• Writing on screen is hard! It takes a lot of practice to get it right, and recording everything in real time can be stressful, especially if you are brand new to it.• Writing on screen takes time. Meaning, you may be well finished with your statement, but you are still scribbling away trying to catch up with your writing. This dead space can sometimes make people lose interest. This is especially true if you are going to be drawing or illustrating.• Sometimes, I just feel like I am struggling to do two things at the same time, and in the end my message suffers. I lose my train of thought, or I misspell words.If you find yourself overwhelmed while trying to record audio and draw at the same time, do not worry, there are some other methods you can use to make it less stressful.In most situations, you do not need to record your whiteboard at the same time you record the audio. The pace of speaking and writing rarely match up, and you will almost always need to transition between new canvases to illustrate new points, which requires post production editing anyways. For instance, when I recorded my tutorial on setting up a WordPress site, I recorded video and audio of me talking, while sitting at my desk. Next, I used Adobe Premiere to edit the video and cut out the junk in order to make a complete, concise tutorial. I essentially completed all the post production on this video before even thinking about digital whiteboard.At that point, I reviewed the video again and identified some areas where I thought I could use digital whiteboard in order to illustrate my point a little better. One example was when I was describing how exactly hosting works, I wanted to illustrate some servers, and how they deliver your site all around the world. So I wanted to draw some files, then some arrows pointing to a server, then have some more arrows point to the earth, then have an arrow wrap around the earth as if to show that your web site is accessible all over the world.Once I had this idea in my head, I started recording the digital whiteboard. I did not worry about timing, or pace. I just drew what I wanted to draw. If I messed up, I hit undo. All of this is going to be edited in the video editing software (Cut out the mistakes, increase the speed to match the audio), so there's no need to stress out about getting it right the first time, or drawing really fast to get it done at the right pace. Take your time, enjoy it, and have fun!A hybrid approach to recording whiteboard is to record your audio and your whiteboard simultaneously, but leaving silence as needed in order to give yourself enough time to finish drawing. Then, in your video editing software, you can take the silent part of the clip (where you are finishing up a drawing), and increase the playback speed to reduce the amount of dead space in the final video.When you are recording audio and whiteboard at the same time, make sure you give yourself enough time between phrases to finish writing. Do not feel like you need to talk while you are writing just to fill in dead space. Just finish writing/drawing, and you can speed up that clip of video in post production.The biggest challenge with this approach is keeping your train of thought in between the silences, and maintaining the same vocal intensity and rhythm throughout.• Do not feel like you have to show the animation of every single word or illustration you make. It's ok to cut to the completed version of the drawing at times when you need to save time.• You can create transparent overlays by using a chroma key effect inside your video editing program, in order to overlay your writing on top of videos.• Here's a good example of the digital whiteboard in use• Here's another example. Not digital, but a really good example of how drawing captures attention,• Using a slideshow program like Powerpoint allows you to attach your annotations to each slide, so when you go to a new slide, the annotations will disappear.• Camtasia has a built-in feature called ScreenDraw, which lets you draw on the screen, over the top of anything that's on your screen.• In most video production software, you have the ability to export a single frame as an image. Bring that image into your drawing program, and line up your screen capture window with it and draw on top of it. Import it back into your video and place the clip right where you exported the frame. It will create a "freeze frame" effect and show you drawing on top of it.• Do not be afraid of using regular text on the screen. You do not have to draw everything by hand. (Especially if you have poor handwriting like me)• In Camtasia, you can disable the tooltip, so you do not see the mouse hovering on the screen.• Do not leave your pen tablet stylus sitting on top of the tablet, even though it's not touching the tablet, it will still control the mouse position, making it impossible to use your regular mouse. If you notice your cursor not moving, that's probably the reason.hey thanks for ur time. I really need 2 find a free video/sound converter i need it ASAP?google "Any Video Converter" does sound too
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