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How To: Integrate photographs into modo 302

This 3D software tutorial shows you how to integrate photographs into your 3D workflow in modo 302. There are some subtle controls for properly working with image or photographic content inside modo. This video will explain how to properly use an image as a camera projected plate in modo 302 with a result that is pin registered and pixel accurate to the original source image.

How To: Avoid plagiarism

Plagiarism in some schools and universities is major offense and can even get you kicked out of school all together. Plagiarism occurs when ideas or words that you advance as your own have actually been taken from other people. In this video, learn how to avoid plagiarism and make the words you write, your own.

How To: Draw a hentai style Defective Reaper from Soul Chasers

This video drawing tutorial demonstrates an original fanart of Defective Reaper (meaning not "eyeballed", "copied" ,"pose-jacked", or "traced" from another existing source). For devotees of anime or hentai style, or those looking to get inspired by the Japanese manga type technique, this video will offer some inspiration. Check out this video drawing tutorial and learn how to sketch a hentai style Defective Reaper from Soul Chasers.

How To: Combine two rigs into one in Blender

This clip offers a trick for combining two rigs into one and demonstrates how to adjust the settings in the new rig to conform to the settings in the original rig. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or are a seasoned digital artist merely on the lookout for new tips and tricks, you're sure to be well served by this free video software tutorial from the folks at CG Cookie. For more information, including step-by-step instructions...

How To: Model a pumpkin in Blender

This clip will walk you through the process of modeling a pumpkin in Blender. This tutorial uses a combination of mirror and lattice modifiers to create a model that can easily be shaped without disfiguring the original mesh. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular open-source 3D computer graphics application or are a seasoned digital artist merely on the lookout for new tips and tricks, you're sure to be well served by this free video software tutorial from the folks at CG Coo...

How To: Translate webpages with Google Toolbar

This video will show you how to translate webpages using Google Toolbar. To quickly translate a web page using Google Toolbar, simply do the following: Click on the 'Translate' button in the toolbar. Select the language into which you wish to translate the page, and it will be translated within seconds. If you want to go back to viewing the page in its original language, simply click on 'Show Original'.

How To: Batch resize photo in Photoshop

Are your high resolution photos taking too much space on your hard drive? Tired of getting file too large error when emailing photos? Don't worry Photoshop Samurai will help you batch resize your photos as fast as a ninja! You will need: Photoshop (Not Elements version), photos that need to be resized Go to file, then scripts and select image processor. Select the source folder (where your pictures are stored on your computer). Then select a destination location (where you would like the proc...

How To: Quote, summarize and/or paraphrase in an essay

This is working about working with sources: Quotation, Summarizing and Paraphrasing. Quotation: When directly quoting an outside source, the author's words should be taken verbatim. Quotation can lend the essay credibility. Too much quotation makes it sounds like you, the writer don't have anything to say. Quotes should be used only when the writer needs to be precise, clear, and powerful. You should use the quotes when the person you are calling said in a unique way that really can't be put ...

How To: Find an operating system's original install date

In this video from MegaByteTV we learn how to find your operating system's original install date and time. This is for XP Pro only. To find it, go to the Start menu, then click Run. Once there, type in cmd and click OK. A black box will come up showing that you are in cmd. Then paste the following into the cmd box: systeminfo | find /i "install date" The original install date will then come up on your screen along with the original install time as well on that date. This is a very simple proc...

How To: Make your own Sally Jupiter costume from the original Watchmen (The Minutemen)

For all the massive comic book geeks out there (be proud!) some of you may be very familiar with Sally Jupiter from the amazing Alan Moore graphic novel, The Watchmen. For those who watched the movie, that counts too. If you're looking to recreate her old costume from her time with The Minutemen, check out this three part video series! In it you will get a full tutorial on how to create every aspect of the costume on the cheap as well as sowing the dress and more!

How to Watch Star Trek: The Original Series online for free

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to watch Star Trek: The Original Series online for free. Begin by opening your internet web browser and go to the You Tube website. Then click on the Shows tab on the top of the page. Now click on the Most Popular tab and select Science Fiction under Shows in the sidebar. Then select Star Trek: Original Series and select the episode that you wish to watch. This video will benefit those viewers who are Star Trek fans, and would like to learn how to wat...

How To: Insert an image gallery in a WordPress 3 blog post

If you need to display thumbnails on a WordPress page and link the smaller thumbs to the original larger pictures, this post shows the process involved, using the Lightbox plugi,n which creates a special overlay effect when an image link is clicked on. Every version of WordPress brings with it new features, new functions and new ways of doing things. Fortunately, the very same technology that allows an open-source blog publishing application like WordPress to exist in the first place also mak...

How To: Reduce freckles using Photoshop

In this how-to video, you will learn how to reduce freckles in Photoshop. This is useful for editing people who have a lot of freckles. First, open the file in Photoshop and copy the background layer. Apply a Gaussian blur to the layer. Adjust it so that the freckles are no longer visible. Click okay and then open up the history palette. Click on the duplicate layer in the history window. Set the source for the history brush. Set the mode to light. Next, paint over the freckles. Now the freck...

How To: Factor a trinomial, GCF, then unfoil

In this video the instructor shows how to factor a polynomial. A polynomial having three terms is called as trinomial. Now if you factor it you will obtain two binomials whose product will be the original polynomial. Before factoring a polynomial you need to find out if the polynomial has a GCF. Look out for the common variables in all the three terms and pull them out which is the GCF of the polynomial. This simplifies the original equation to a polynomial which is of lower degree. Now facto...

How To: Fix broken AVI files with DivFix++ on Ubuntu Linux

Broken AVI video files are your worst nightmare. Nobody wants to watch a video and find out it's corrupted and not working anymore. But there could be a solution on Linux. This computer operating system could be a bit tricky for beginners, but fret not, help is here. Check out this video tutorial on how to fix broken AVI files with DivFix++ on Ubuntu Linux.

How To: Solve reverse percentage problems

We know the method for answering the question "What is the x percent of y" but, what about the answer to the following question "The x percent discounted price of an article is y. Find the original price." This is a reverse percentage problem that can be solved using the method shown in this video. This video contains three reverse percentage problems. The first two problems are essentially of the same type as explained above. A simple and easy to understand method of finding the original pri...

How To: Export Your Original Images, Live Photo Videos & Metadata in Apple Photos for Mac

When you export an image from the Photos app in macOS, you may not be getting the whole deal. In the export menu, you need to select either JPEG, TIFF, or PNG, and if you don't make any adjustments to the quality settings, it'll likely be compressed. If you need the original full-resolution file or want to get the video that's attached to a Live Photo, there's a simple way to do it.

How To: Make video look more like film with Final Cut Pro

In this how to video, you will learn how to create a film look to your videos in Final Cut Pro. This effect will create a light and warm tone to the clip. First, take the original clip and copy and paste it. Grab it and place it on top of the original clip. Next, make sure that the top clip is selected and click modify, composite mode, and add. This will bring up the highlights in the video. Go to effects, video filters, and Gaussian blur. Go to the settings increase the radius of the blur. Y...

How To: Draw a perpendicular line from a point on a line

For people who are learning how to do basic geometry, this video will show you how to draw a perpendicular line from a point on a line using only a compass and pencil. You should first take your compass and place it on the center of the point on the line, drawing an even semicircle around the point. Then, finding the points where the semicircle intersects your original line, place the center of your compass on this point and then draw some arcs over where your point is. Repeat this on both si...

How To: Create your own original pop-up origami

This video will guide you toward creating a pop-up bird. You will be shown how to fold the pop-up base with some suggestions for finishing the model. The final model will be of your own design. It will also examine some of the things you can change to alter the pop-up mechanism.

How To: Replace an XBox hard drive with a larger one

If you still own and use an original XBox console, good for you! You've got a little piece of history right there that most people just tossed or sold to a game store for $10. This video will show you how to replace the paltry 8gb hard drive that the console came with with a big honking 120gb drive. This will allow you to store more data, and since hacking the original XBox is the best reason to keep it around at this point, you should probably make sure that you can do that.

How To: Make innocent URLs appear suspicious with ShadyURL

Want to disguise your URLs so that they appear suspicious? In the style of websites such as Tiny URL that take your original URL and give you a shortened one to post on your blog or twitter feed, Shady URL takes your original URL and gives you one that might convince people not to click it. Go to Shady URL and paste the URL you wish to disguise. Click submit, and on the next page it will give you a URL that looks, well, shady. It might include something about a mail order bride or an investme...

How To: Solve the 4x4 Rubik's Cube Revenge in seven steps

Solving the Rubik's Revenge Cube is similar in concept to solving the original Rubik's Cube. You still match colors and replace one piece with another, but there is an added level of complexity. Where the classic Rubik's Cube has fixed centers that determine the color of each face, every piece on the Rubik's Revenge Cube is fully moveable. It is also much more fragile than the original Rubiks Cube therefore requires greater care and precision. If you want to more... just watch and learn.

How To: Hem your own pants

Here's how to hem up a pair of pants so they keep the original look but are the right length. By cutting the pant leg above the original hem line, you can keep the original hem of the jeans you bought. Measure carefullly to remove the excess length of pant that you will not need. This process will only work if you need to shorten your pants by at least one inch. You need one half inch seam allowance to re-attach the original hem onto your newly shortened pair of pants.

How To: Do a similarity transformation in Geometry

In this video the author shows how to do similarity transformations. He says that similarity transformations are used to draw the similar images at a different location and the k value is most important while doing this kind of transformation. He says that a negative k value tells that the copy of the shape will end at the opposite side of the origin to the original shape. He says that a positive k value tells that the copy will lie on the same side of the origin. Next thing about the k value...

How To: Solve two linear equations by the elimination method

\When both equations in a linear system are in the form Ax + By = C, you can solve the system using elimination. How is this method different from substitution? The idea behind the elimination method is to create a new equation from a combination of the original equations in the system. The new equation is formed by adding or subtracting the originals. When we combine two true equations, the sum or difference must also be true.

How To: Determine the IP address of a email

The author shows how to identify the IP address of a email. He shows how to check the 'Show Original' options in Gmail and in that content how to identify where the email came from and exactly its IP address. Now we can take that IP address and go to any of the many IP lookup websites and trace the original geographical location of that IP address. By following the steps in this tutorial you can easily trace out the origination IP address of an email from which you can extract a lot of useful...

How To: Correct white balance in Photoshop

This informative video tells you how to use the variations panel in Adobe Photoshop to correct color issues in your photo. Too much yellow in your picture? Learn how to use the variations setting to instantly fix this with the corresponding opposite color. With simple clicks and easy preview-able pictures, you can correct color over-exposures with a click of the mouse. First go to the Images drop down and select the variations option. The original photo on the top can be clicked to revert you...

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