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How To: Take a picture on a Nokia C6 mobile phone

Learn how to capture images and zoom in and out with your C6. Learn how to modify capture and recording settings and how to use the captured image as a wallpaper. It's easy and this clip will teach you everything you need to know. For all of the details, including complete, step-by-step instructions, watch this brief, official C6 owner's guide from the folks at Nokia!

How To: Use Snagit

Snagit is a great image capture software package made by TechSmith. It does much more than capture images and has an intuitive image editor. Mike Lively shows you how to use SnagIt in this tutorial.

How To: Capture console gameplay video with a TV card

If you want to have any kind of impact in the discussion of video games online (and that is one big and jaded discussion) it will behoove you to be able to capture images of the games you're playing, be they console or PC. It's easy for the PC, but many people have no idea how to capture screenshots or videos of their console gameplay that they can share later on their computer. This video is here to clear up that confusion, showing you how to install a PCI TV card in your PC that will allow ...

How To: Use the camera of the Nokia N97

This video will show you how to use the camera of Nokia N97. To use the camera of Nokia N97: Turn on the camera and open the lens cover or press the Capture key. In your view finder, you can see: Exit icon, Camera icon, Flash icon ,Expand Toolbar and Options icon. Tap the screen to use the Zoom Slider. You can zoom in or out by scrolling the Zoom Slider. To take a photo, tap the Camera icon. Once a photo is taken, another icons appear: Back icon, Message icon, Email icon, Trash Can icon, and ...

How To: Take Screenshots & Save as JPEG in Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or Lower

This video demonstrates how easy it is to take a screenshot with shortcuts in Mac OS X. Pressing Command-Shift-3 will take a screenshot of the entire screen, while Command-Shift-4 will let you take a screenshot of just a selected area of the screen instead. For the latter, once you use the shortcut, your mouse pointer will turn into crosshairs, and you would click on one point of the screen, then drag and release your mouse to take a capture of the selected area.

News: Google's Camera App Is Getting a New Feature Photographers Will Love

Google Camera, the default shooting app on Nexus devices, is finally getting a feature we've been anticipating for years. As evidenced by a recent APK teardown done by Android Police, the beginnings of a new RAW capture mode have already been baked into the latest version of the app, which indicates that Google Camera will soon have the ability to store an unprocessed copy of the exact image your camera sensor captures.

Hack Like a Pro: Digital Forensics for the Aspiring Hacker, Part 14 (Live Memory Forensics)

Welcome back, my budding hackers! One of the most basic skills the forensic investigator must master is the acquisition of data in a forensically sound manner. If data is not captured in a forensically sound manner, it may not be admissible in court. In my Kali Forensics series, I showed you how to acquire a forensically sound, bit-by-bit image of a storage device such as a hard drive or flash drive, but now let's dive into live memory.

How To: Use panning to capture great action shots with movement

When shooting action shots such as runners, bikers, cars, or sports shots, a cool effect that you will see in a lot of professional photography where the person is nice and clear, but the background is blurred to give the intention of being in motion and having a lot of speed. A slow shutter speed is a part of it to capture the image while still showing motion in the photo. In this video you will get tips on how to create the panning effect that will create the desired effect.

How To: Take a screen shot on a Mac or Windows PC

Want to capture an image of your screen, either in full or in part? Whether you use Mac OS X or any variant of Microsoft Windows, this video tutorial will hae you taking screengrabs with ease regardless in no time. For specifics, and to get started taking your own screenshots, watch this free video guide from the people at Lynda.

How To: Tether in Aperture

The tether command allows you to tether your camera to your Mac and capture images directly into Aperture. It's fast, easy to set up, and gives studio photographers immediate full-screen feedback while they shoot.

How To: Use motion capture on bipeds in 3DS MAX

Using motion capture is one of the easiest and most effective ways to animate the motions of a bipedal character who is proportional to a normal human. When the character is not in proportion, like the World of Warcraft low-poly models in this video, it gets a little more complicated. This video will teach you how to use motion capture in 3DS MAX to animate a goblin WoW character, making them almost ready to use in your hybrid machinima videos.

How To: Use Biped to do motion capture in 3DS Max

Causing World of Warcraft characters to do what you want them to do in your machinima film can be a major challenge. Motion capture is one useful tool that you can use to solve the problem. This video will teach you the basics of using the Biped plugin for 3DS Max to animate WoW characters with motion capture data. Give your models the realistic stride that they've deserved all along.

How To: Capture HV30/HV20 HD video in Sony Vegas

In this tutorial, we learn how to capture HV30/HV20 HD video in Sony Vegas with Bill Meyers. First, go to "file" then "capture video" if nothing is happening, you can fix this. Go to "options" then "preferences". Now, click on the video tab and if you are uploading in high definition, you will need to un-click the box that says "use external video capture application". When finished, click on "apply" and you should be able to capture live video. Instead of seeing the blank screen when you cli...

How To: Get Ke$ha's "Blah Blah Blah" makeup look

Ke$ha has some funky looks. She has captured the ultimate party girl image with a lot of her videos and album covers. If you are looking to get a great club style like Ke$ha, check out this tutorial. In it, you will learn how to duplicate her album cover for "Blah Blah Blah" and make the look your own.

How To: Organize images in Lightroom with multiple cameras

This Software video tutorial shows how to organize images in Lightroom with multiple cameras. Kerry Garrison will explain how to do this by adjusting the time offset of all of the images from one camera. You can take a shot in the beginning and synchronize the rest of the images. There is a tool in Lightroom to accomplish this. Select the live drawing mode, then go to the grid mode and the meta data bar should be displayed on top. The different cameras used in the shoot are listed there. If y...

How To: Use Windows Movie Maker to cut simple videos

Windows Movie Maker is a basic program that comes with windows, but it actually performs quite well. You can capture video with your webcam and import it into WMM or you can capture it in the program itself. Make sure your webcam is connected and click "Capture from video device". Click next and name the file, click next. Click best quality, then next. The start capture tab will start the recording and stop capture will cease it. Select finish when you are done. The video is then saved to the...

How To: Make a screen capture program in Visual basic

This video shows how to make a screen capture program in Visual basic. The first step to create a screen capture is to open a new project and open a new form window. The second step is to create to temples for either saving or capturing the picture you choose to select. The third step involves following the code structure given by the instructor to enable the correct function for the save or capture button options. The final step is to open the project as a finished work with the correct codi...

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