In America, the only seafood cake most people are familiar with is the crab cake. This video will teach you a recipe for a whole different kind of fish cake: prawn cakes. Prawns are the largest and most savory member of the shrimp family, and this recipe combines them with potatoes and some vegetables and then fries them in a pan to create a savory, whole-meal-in-one-piece final product.
This video tutorial shows how to set up an intravenous line, or intravenous drip. Most are familiar with IVs, as a way of providing people undergoing medical treatment that are otherwise unable to ingest food with vital nutrients. Watch this educational medical science video and learn how to set up and insert an intravenous line.
Learn from Perry Novak how to build your own electric solid body mandolin. Instruction is very detailed. This project is not for people who are not familiar with power tools.
In this French lesson, you'll learn the basic French pronouns. In the French language, pronouns like "I" and "she" are already familiar around the world, but others like "us" or "them" are unknown. Learn all of the following words in French"
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to get familiar with a Mac in comparison to a PC. If you're used to working on a PC, this video will show you some of the basic differences between using a PC and a Mac. Once you get to know the fundamentals, you'll find that it doesn't take long to get familiar with the Mac.
While the Wii may be one the most popular console today, many people may be unfamiliar with all the many uses and features of the system. In this step by step guide, learn how to utilize the SD cards or a USB drive with the Wii (which most people are not completely familiar with). It takes you through the installation process and where the SD card/USB drive will go on both the Wii and a desktop computer. When the process is complete, you won't have to use the disc every time you play the game...
This hatch keeps showing up everywhere! Find the familiar nod to the TV show LOST hidden in the Northrend map in World of Warcraft Cataclysm. You can even find the famous sequence of numbers next to the entrance to the hatch.
In this video, we learn how to make Informal and formal commands in Spanish. When you speak in first person singular, you will say "yo" when you speak in plural, you will say "nosotros". These are both informal or familiar forms of the word. When you are speaking to someone that is a elder, you will want to speak in formal instead of informal. Use informal mode when you are talking with friends, family, children, and anyone else you talk to in a daily basis. Pay attention if you are talking a...
How to identify insects in your gardenCarol Sutherland explains us in this video of how to identify insects in your garden. She is an extension entomologist and she explains her view on the insects here. To be known is that some insects are damaging, some others we want to be aware of and some are necessary in your garden. Here during the garden season you get to see insects on trees as they form a familiar habitat. Mostly on the split ends and the broken ends the insects gets invaded. She sh...
In this tutorial, we learn how to mix dubstep style music. A lot of people don't like dubstep because it's hard to time, but it can be done because you are just pushing the pitch control all the way down. A lot of bass will be in dubstep, which is why it is called dubstep. To count the timing, you must become familiar with dubstep and count time with the bass. The snare can also help you count the bass as well if you are new to this. Take a minute and listen to the way the bass works, the mor...
This video shows you how to play Happy Birthday on acoustic guitar.For starters, you need to get familiar with 3/4 rhythm, or 3 strums per chord. You should practice it with basic chords.To play Happy Birthday, you need to use an easy succession of 3 basic chords: G, C and D. The song goes like this (remember to strum each chord 3 times, if it appears to times you have to strum it twice):G D D G G C D GWhen you play this song some people might have a difficulty getting in tune with it, so you...
This video teaches students how to multiply and divide to solve equations in algebra. The teacher made this video specifically for his class because he points out page numbers from the textbooks that the students can go back and review. He is standing in front of a dry-erase board explaining various examples. This video is intended for people who are very new to this concept because he progresses very slow through his examples and tends to repeat himself. I think this is great for students wh...
You might not believe it, with our experience of the great British weather, but more people die of skin cancer in the UK than in Australia. In this exclusive guide, Dr Jessen stresses the importance of being familiar with our skin and any moles we might have, and provides simple and effective ways to check ourselves. He also advises on the safest way to enjoy the sun and dispels some myths along the way. You can’t catch the sun on a cloudy day? Think again. Watch this video tutorial and learn...
This two-part video is designed for people who are very familiar with CINEMA 4D. When you're using CINEMA 4D, you can setup channels for export to compositing applications, but sometimes a material change is more efficient and easier. In this first part, you will learn how to set up a material tag on any shape that contains a CAP or a ROUNDING feature. In the second part you'll create some quick buffers (a trick which is especially useful when creating some alpha channels from animated MoGrap...
The rain of neon-green computer code that makes up the matrix in the iconic film The Matrix is a familiar image to anyone familiar with the film. Now you can make it yourself! This two-part video will teach you how to create this awesome effect using the Adobe Premiere Pro video editing suite.
If you plan on using a compass as you sole means of navigation in a survival situation, you had better be familiar with magnetic declination and how it affects compass navigation. This video will teach you all about magnetic declination and how you need to take it into account when planning your route on a map with a compass.
If you've ever taken high school chemistry, you may already be familiar with the ability of liquid nitrogen to freeze soft object so hard that they will shatter. This video will teach you a fun experiment utilizing this property of liquid nitrogen. It invovles gummi bears frozen and soaked in water or liquid nitrogen (or not, for the control) and then smashed in a most satisfying way.
If you've listened to a lot of dirty south / crunk-style hip-hop you've probably very familiar with the pitched snare roll drum beat, it's in nearly every crunk song, and it is a really tight style of drum beat. Watch this video to learn how to produce this type of beat in Reason 4.
Most of you viewers out there who are familiar with Flash, After Effects, or other creative software know what a tween is. But can you write the code for them? This video will teach you how to code different classes of tweens using Actionscript 3 in Flash CS4.
For those who aren't familiar with them, knurls (can also be a verb: knurling) are the textured parts on the end of screws and other metal pieces that make them easier to grab. This video will teach you how to use Maya to create 3D models of knurls. You probably won't need too many knurls in your 3D art, unless you work in industry, but the lessons learned here can be applied to all sorts of other 3D modeling projects.
If you're not familiar with its mask tools, you're not taking full advantage of Adobe Photoshop. Learn how to use them with this clip. Whether you're new to Adobe's popular image editing software or simply looking to pick up a few new tips and tricks, you're sure to benefit from this free video tutorial from Tutvid. For more information, and to get started layer, vector and clipping masks yourself, watch this graphic designer's guide.
This tutorial shows the best way to model a human hand with perfect edge flow. Made in Maya but should work great in any package. This is an advanced tutorial so you should be familiar with the software and interface.
In this video, we learn how to use the imperfect or past subjunctive in Spanish. When you are speaking in first person, you are going to use the singular "yo". If you are speaking in plurals, you will us "os", such as "nosotros". For second person familiar, you will use "tu", then for second person formal you would say "usted". For third person, you will say "el". When you talk in second person familiar and formal you will stress the second syllable in the word. Dissect the sentence to find o...
In this tutorial, we learn how to memorize lines by identifying the root of a scene. First, know the way you work as an actor and know the other people you are around. Next, know what the material is and what the scene is about. If you are familiar with what you are talking about, you are going to be more engaged, rather than just memorizing a line. Another trick is to write your lines over and over, so your brain will understand what you have to learn. Also, make sure you say your lines out ...
Give your animated characters realistic looking hair by using MoGraph Physics with Cinema 4D! You can use the same principles to animate fur, grass or anything similar. This is a pretty simple technique that anyone reasonably familiar with Cinema 4D can pick up.
This tutorial shows you how you can make a stop motion puppet modeled after Brown Jenkin, the eldritch horror that features in in the Cthulhu Mythos of H.P. Lovecraft. Brown Jenkin is a rat familiar with a human face, and this video shows you how to pull off this incredily creepy character.
"Daigakuimo" may not sound familiar to you, but maybe "sweet potatoes" will. Daigakuimo is Japanese for candied sweet potatoes, a yummy dish that's extremely easy to make and is topped with a large sprinkling of black sesame seeds for extra crunch and flavor.
For those of you not familiar with fascinator hats, they are vintage-style caps with feathers, small veils, and other little knick knacks attached on the sides that were often worn by fashionable women in the '40s and '50s.
Making crabcakes for a summer get together on the beach is a yummy, season-appropriate way to integrate the goodies of the ocean into your cooking. Entertain with a delicious plate of Maryland crabcakes by watching this segment of "The Martha Stewart Show."
Not 100% familiar with all the awesome features that make facebook a great storytelling medium? Check out this instructive how-to video from the cast.
In this episode of Web Design TV Paul Wyatt shows you how to create a horizontal drop down menu in Dreamweaver CS3 using an Ajax widget. Drop down menus are a huge part of web design and website development, so if you use Dreamweaver to develop your sites, get familiar with Spry Widgets and using them to create drop down menus.
Learn about some of the advanced features in Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended for animating 3D objects in this software tutorial. In this project we will create a solar eclipse simulation from 2D, and video images of the earth and moon. This is an advanced users tutorial so you should be familiar with Photoshop first. Follow along as Russel Brown shows you how to work with the new 3D features of Photoshop CS4.
A demonstration of how to model a human torso simply and effectively using image planes in Maya. This is a detailed tutorial but it will help if you are familiar with the Maya interface.
Yes! Here it is. A video dispelling the myth of the two buck chuck (or $3 or $4 as the bottle may be). So if you're familiar with this Trader Joe's staple then you'll want to check out this video and find out if you should waste your time on the 2 buck chucks.
The villain Scarecrow reappears in Batman: Arkham City after his first appearance in Arkham Asylum. If you want to find a hidden easter egg involving him, you'll need to use your decrypter. Keep your eyes out for an invoice with a familiar name on it.
In this knitting tutorial, expert knitter Judy Topaz shows you how to knit the Fair Isle house stitch. If you're not familiar with the basics of knitting, check out some of Judy's other knitting videos for beginner tips and techniques.
If you enjoy dice games like Yahtzee that involve rolling dice in a cup, you have to learn this trick. It's called dice stacking, if you're not familiar with it, and it involves picking the dice up off the table with the cup and rolling them in such a way that they come out stacked. It makes you look like a pro.
Whether you find clown hilarious or absolutely terrifying, you're probably familiar with the squirting flowers that they so often have mounted on their lapel pins for soaking circusgoers. This video will teach you how to create a similar set of squirting flower, except based in a pot rather than your clothing.
In this tutorial, famous chef Sandra Lee shows you how to make fantastic cream cheese flan. This flan tastes like cheesecake but still has that familiar jiggle. For a fantastic Mexican dessert with a twist, give this rich recipe a try. Yum!
Everyone is excited about the new iOS 4 update for the iPhone and iPod Touch, right? Well, if you have installed it and decided you liked the 3G version better, check out this clip. In this tutorial, learn how to get back to your familiar 3.1.3 version of iPhone firmware and back into your comfort zone.