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How To: Understand reduction & oxidation in Chemistry

Curious about reduction & oxidation? In this two-part episode of The Science Catalyst hosted by Barry Lambson, the subject of Chemistry, reduction & oxidation is gone over with iron powder and copper sulphate. Oxidation and reduction are heavily related which is why they are both considered "redox reactions". Acids and bases may be thought of as reactions involving hydrogen, or protons, while redox reactions tend to be concerned with electron gain and loss.

How To: Use Vibration Reduction or VR on a Nikon DSLR lens

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use Vibration Reduction (VR). Vibration Reduction is the name if an image stabilizer engine that helps estimating unwanted blurriness when using slow shutter speeds or panning shots. VR has two modes: Normal and Active. Normal mode is designed for hand holding or panning shots where it estimates camera shakes when holding at a slow shutter speed. Active mode is designed for using on rapid moving surfaces. This video is very descriptive and gives gr...

How To: Create bones in Maya 8.5

If you need to create an animated character, Maya is the software program for you. If you don't know how to make that character you've dreamed up, then maybe you should check out this Maya video tutorial on an important step -- creating a skeleton structure. Creating bones could be a daunting task in Autodesk Maya 8.5, but with the help of this four-part video, you'll see how to create those realistic bones for your animation with ease. You'll also see some common unintentional wrong rotation...

How To: Use the Noise Reduction filter in Adobe Photoshop CS5

Looking for a quick introduction to the Adpbe Adobe Photoshop CS5 Noise Reduction filter? This clip will teach you what you need to know. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular raster graphics editing software or a seasoned professional just looking to better acquaint yourself with the program and its various features and filters, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this free video guide.

How To: Use the bone tool to create animation in Flash CS4

The bone tool is one of the most important tools in Flash for creating basic animations. It allows you to give your characters virtual bones which you can manipulate to make them move. This video tutorial will show you how to use the bone tool to create a simple animation of a dancing cartoon cow. It is very cute, and this tool will be the basis of many of your future, more cinematic works.

How To: Remove fish pin bones

You’re unlikely to choke on a pin bone. But eating fish is a more pleasant experience if you aren’t encountering those small, soft bones in every bite. Even if you buy a filleted piece of fish, they’re likely to be there. We think our recipe for Cured Salmon is best if you remove the pin bones first.

How To: Use the Audacity Noise Reduction Tool

In this clip, you'll learn how to use the Audacity Noise Reduction Tool to minimize hum, buzz and other unwanted noise. Whether you're new to the Audacity DAW (digital audio workstation) or are simply looking to pick up a few new and useful tips and tricks, you're sure to be well served by this video tutorial. For more information, including step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Fire a kiln

In order to fire a kiln, you will need the following: you will need to have a damper. There will also need to be a means of checking the fire, looking in to see the flame. Each stage will have to be closely monitored. Let it fire until it reaches an adequate temperature. It will transition through phases of heat. As it reaches reduction, you'll need to monitor the rate of rise. This stage, the reduction phase, is a slow stage of rise. It will take many hours to reach reduction phase. It will ...

How To: Make a T-bone steak

If the grill is going hot then it’s a perfect time to throw on a big t-bone steak. You can cook some potatoes right along with your stake. With this professional advice you can get really succulent and perfectly cooked t-bone with minimal effort.

How To: Apply bones to images and Photoshop files in CS4

This video tutorial will help you to use the bone tool on an imported or Photoshop image while in Flash. If you want to use an image from Photoshop you must first pull the image up in the Photoshop program. Once the photo is pulled up in Photoshop you can save it by going to, file, and save us. Save your file as whatever file extension you would like to use (Photoshop, jpeg, etc). Pull up the Flash program and find file, and import. At this point you can import your Photoshop picture to your ...

How To: Animate symbols with a bone tool in Adobe Flash CS4

In this Software video tutorial you will learn how to animate symbols with a bone tool in Adobe Flash CS4. Open up a stage in Adobe Flash and put say five oval symbols vertically like links in a chain. All the symbols are in one layer. Grab the bone tool from the right side, click the mouse on the top of the 1st link and drag and leave it at the bottom or the top of the 2nd link. Now repeat this process for the top four links. Take the ‘selection tool’ from the right side to manipulate th...

How To: Use the IK Handle tool for bones in Maya 8.5

Okay, make some bones with no orientation and watch this Autodesk Maya 8.5 video tutorial. This video will show you the industry standard IK Handle tool and how to use it with your character's animated bones. So, if you're a wannabe 3D modeler, then you should probably watch this Maya video.

How To: Skin bones for a character in Maya 8.5

Having a little trouble putting skin on your 3D animated characters in Autodesk Maya 8.5? Well, check out this five-part video tutorial on how skinning is done for your animation. You'll need those bones built, a nice skeleton structure to put some skin on, so get started. In this video you'll see how to bind bones together, create geometry, make your character move, and skinning. So, if you want to make a realistic skinned character in Maya, go no further.

How To: Unravel the bones of the equine thoracic limb

Check out this anatomy video tutorial series that covers the thoracic limb of an equine. If you're a veterinarian, or want to be one, then you have to watch this educational video on the equine thoracic limb anatomy: bones and deeper structures. Take a dissecting limb and compare it to the cleaned bones for anatomical comparison. This is a great way to learn more about the science of a horse.

How To: Debone a turkey

Mark Trick, a retail meat-cutting instructor, shows how to properly debone a turkey. Carefully peel the skin off the turkey. Make sure you do not tear the skin off. Flip the turkey upside down and cut the wings off by cutting towards the bone. To remove the body cavity, cut along the breast bone with the tip of the knife. Cut around the bone and neck of the turkey to leave as little meat on the bone as possible. Remove the bone. To debone the legs, cut along the bones of the leg using the tip...

How To: Add bones to a character in Adobe Flash Professional CS5

Need some help figuring out how to create bones for character rigging within Adobe Flash Professional CS5? It's simple. And this video presents a complete walkthrough of the process. Whether you're new to Adobe Flash or merely unfamiliar with Flash Professional CS5, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial from Lynda. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Create a walk cycle in Flash CS4 with the bone tool

Making a Flash animation character walk one step is pretty easy. Making them walk the same way over and over using a walk cycle is more challenging. This video will teach you how to animate a walk cycle in Flash CS4 or CS5, making use of the Bone Tool that was a big new addition to Flash CS4. The end result looks really good, and yours will too if you follow these instructions.

How To: Use the dog-bone trigger system for setting various traps

There are a multitude of traps you can set when hunting in the wild, but you've got to understand proper trigger theory or you won't be bringing home the bacon, or the grouse. This informative how to introduces you to the dog-bone trigger, which can be used in ten or more different traps. You'll need a sapling, some bankline cordage, a t-bone stick and a handful of twigs. Learn it up your chances of survival.

How To: Create a rig when animating a 3D model in Blender

Learn how to create a character rig when animating 3D models in Blender. Specifically, this clip addresses the following topics: Bone creation, splitting and re-parenting. Weighting with bone heat, mirrored weight painting and posed weight painting. IK setup, bone roll, and pole targets. Advanced foot rig with control to pivot off of the heel, toe, ankle or ball and control to lift the toes. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or...

How To: Give a cranial sacral massage

Psychetruth shows you how to give a cranial sacral massage. This therapy works with the head and the skull bones and the base of the spine. This structure is being influenced by the massage. The massage is done by placing hands on the face and apply pressure to the different parts of the bones. By applying pressure and holding them in place you will feel an expansion. By holding the pressure as it expands the bones can find their way back to a proper alignment.

How To: Make armatures with the Bone tool in Adobe Flash CS4

See how to create armatures using the Adobe Flash CS4 Bone tool. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular Flash-development platform or a seasoned web developer looking to better acquaint yourself with the new features and functions of this particular iteration of the application, you're sure to benefit from this free software tutorial. For more information, and to get started creating armatures yourself, watch this Flash developer's guide.

How To: Use the Bone tool in Adobe Flash CS5

Learn how to apply constraints and springs using the new Adobe Flash CS5 Bone tool. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular Flash-development platform or a seasoned web developer looking to better acquaint yourself with the new features and functions of the latest iteration of the application, you're sure to benefit from this free software tutorial. For more information, watch this video guide.

How To: Make a chicken stock from leftover bones

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a chicken stock from leftover bones. Ingredients you will use include: roasted chicken bones, celery, carrots, onions, parsley, bay leaves, and peppercorn. First, take a large pot and add in all the ingredients to the pot. You can chop the celery up before you place it in the pot, as well as the carrots. After adding all ingredients, fill the pot with water. Next, place the pot on the stove and add salt to taste. Let this simmer on the stove for several ...

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