Tony reacted to TheArticulate in Video Editing what better software to use?
I've been working with video editing software since the early 2000's, and since I started getting serious about my video work in college, I've become a huge advocate of the Adobe Creative Cloud. I jumped around for a while between Newtek SpeedEdit, Magix Movie Editor, New Vegas and Final Cut Pro, and I've found that the Adobe Suite is just so much more powerful than anything that I've worked with before.
Premiere has a nice feature that allows you to directlink to other installed programs, like After Effects, Audition, Speedgrade and Photoshop among other options. The changes you make on your footage and audio in other programs is directly reflected in your Premiere timeline, which I find convenient and powerful.
That's just my two cents!
Tony got a reaction from tiong8d in Windows 10 Error! Need help
My go-to is Malwarebytes Anti-Malware but I'll list some other useful tools. You may want to consider doing a refresh which will blow away any installations you have but will keep your files: https://www.pcmag.com/news/348679/how-clean-up-windows-10-with-the-refresh-windows-tool
As a LAST RESORT utility: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/combofix.html
Tony reacted to tiong8d in Video Editing what better software to use?
Based on performance and stability, Adobe Premiere is the best. From navigating your videos to editing to rendering, I personally suggest that you use this one. But before that, I sometimes use first Adobe After Effects in editing with effects of course. It has a lot of tutorials over the internet and youtube on how you can apply effects (e.g. 3D Animations, Intro, etc.) and I basically edit first using it. Then I will transfer the rendered videos from After Effects to Premiere for more polished editing. After Effects has a lot more hotkeys to use but the Premiere is basically spoon feeding you. So I'd go for the combination of these two softwares. Good times!
Tony got a reaction from JayRob2212 in The Future Of Social Media?
Totally agree. I'm curious as to what the next "big thing" is going to be. Facebook is going to either mess up and lose peoples trust, some new platform will hit a home run, or some other possibility that my underdeveloped brain can't comprehend
Tony reacted to Nathan in About Prodjax
The goal with Prodjax is to create a tool that combines project management and the CRM into one seamless application that people will actually use. It's been 9 months since we started development and it's coming along nicely.
Here are some of the completed features:
Project Management - Projects are the top level bucket in Prodjax
Tasks - Tasks reside under projects
Task Followers - Following a task allows you to receive notifications and stay up to date on tasks you're not assigned to
Sub-Tasks - Sub-Tasks are micro-tasks under tasks
Checklists - Have some small to-do's that don't really need the detail of a Sub-Task? Checklists are simple and easy to use just for this
Commenting - You can comment on both projects and tasks with images, all nested views
Time Management/Work Logs - Track your time while you work and Prodjax will keep it organized
Activity Logs - All history is logged and shown within the system so you can easily see what's happened on your projects
Easy Prioritization - We use a simple prioritization system so you know what needs to be completed
Status - We have several status's so you can easily see is it open? in progress? completed?
Notifications - Our notification system includes both inline on site notifications and email notifications for all activity that happens
Due Dates - Tasks and Projects both have the ability to set due dates, but not required if ongoing
Creators & Assigned Users - We always show who created the task along with who all is assigned to the task
Public/Private - When creating projects you can flag it to be public company wide or private just to you and anyone you assign
Multiple Organizations - While working in a single area with multiple projects was the original intended way of doing things we quickly saw the need for multiple organizations. Some users have multiple businesses. So we allow jumping between organizations in just a few clicks.
It's currently in beta status, so free to use for the time being. Check it out and give us some feedback!
Tony got a reaction from Terry Harvey in Learning AJAX
I am enrolled in Code School as well... I think it is well worth the $25
As far as not having the money to do it, think about this...
If you got pulled over 10 mins from now and thrown in jail with a bail set at $25, how long would it take you to track down the money? My guess is that you have the money (or it is at least available to you from somewhere)
Tony reacted to Nathan in How to install ASP.NET 1.1 with IIS7 on Vista and Windows 2008
Had an older application earlier that required .net 1.1. I'm on Windows 7 with IIS7.
I was told this isn't possible, but found this document that helped me get it installed and IIS6 compatibility. Works great!
How to install ASP.NET 1.1 with IIS7 on Vista and Windows 2008
Tony reacted to SpikeTheLobster in Should I buy an online product that promises to make me Money Online? - Commission Blueprint Evolution
Additionally, every single one of them I have ever seen, without exception, says and does the same things that you can learn elsewhere for nothing. So no, I would not either.
That said, I know a lot of people who would because they consider $65 fair exchange for gathering all that information together in one place. This is the same principle as my book, for example - everything's available online but if you pay a few bucks you get it all collected, collated and put into some kind of sensible order.
For me, it's not interesting at all but the price is right for a lot of hopefuls. I particularly liked the way you emphasised that it's just a tool and that the measure of the buyer's success lies with how well they use it and how hard they work.
Tony reacted to Nathan in Link Directory
We just got our link directory up and running, submit your site for free!
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Tony reacted to Nathan in New Build
Well I had never really thought about an Alienware before as it was always cheaper for me to build the computer myself.
This time around I decided to take a look at one, got a list of the parts and went to newegg and priced everything out.
It's actually cheaper for me to go through Alienware than to build my own. I'm guessing Dell orders so many parts these days that their bulk discount is helping out.
I ended up paying 2600-2700 for the above shipped. Supposed to be here next Thursday....can't wait.