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How To: Cast Torrents, Magnet Links, Local Files, & Web Videos from Your Windows PC

Google's Chromecast has been out for almost two years, and I can safely say it has changed the way I use my TV. At first it was a hassle to even get local media to play on it, but now casting has branched out to torrent streaming, which was a real game changer. Unfortunately, most apps only let you stream one video or song at a time, or you can't add magnet links or torrents to a playlist of local content.

How To: Create a web advertisement video in After Effects CS4

Open After Effects. Create a new composition by selecting "Composition" and "New" from main menu. Use default NTSC DV preset. Keep 30-sec default duration unless you need more time for the video scene to edit. Import several video clips by selecting "File," then "Import" from menu. Navigate to video files you want. Import at least 3 different video files using Import File dialog box. Double click on 1st video file you want to add to your timeline. The file will now open in a video monitor win...

How To: Create a portfolio website for videos using WordPress

If you're a filmmaker or graphic designer, you need a good way to present your work, and in today's age, you need a website portfolio. But really, anyone in the visual arts could benefit form a web portfolio, and the easiest way to make on is in WordPress. This video series will guide you through setting up a WordPress site using pages to create a portfolio website.

How To: Stream webcam live video on a WebStarts website

WebStarts.com is a free website creation and hosting interface with a powerful drag-and-drop design interface. In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to add streaming video to your WebStarts website. For more information, and to get streaming live video from your own WebStarts site, watch this web design video tutorial.

How To: Watch Flash video on an Apple iPhone with the Skyfire web browser app

Now available for download in the official App Store, Skyfire is a mobile web browser that converts Flash video to iPhone-friendly HTML5 on the fly. Because Apple has heretofore not supported Flash video, that's kind of a big deal! In this iPhone owner's guide, we learn how to use and navigate the various features of functions of the Skyfire smart browser. For all of the details, and to get started watching Flash video clips on your own iPhone 4, 3G or 3GS, iPad, iPod Touch or other iOS devic...

How To: Make a video clip with an iSight web camera & iMovie

Start up iMovie. When the screen pops up you should choose new project. Give you project a name and then start iMovie. Switch to the integrated camera option found at the bottom of the screen. Press record and you can start talking for as long as you want. Record what you want, then when you want to finish, press the "esc" button on your keyboard. You can then choose the clip that you just recorded, drag it to the bottom of the screen go to file, choose export, then web-stream, then click sav...

How To: Use codecs to prep video for the web

This tutorial will help give viewers a good understanding of how Video and Audio CODECS work. If you are encoding content for web streaming this lesson will benefit you. In this example the guide uses the MPEG-4 Part 2 and MPEG-4 Part 10 ( H.264/AVC) codecs to illustrate how to make sure your end users can view your streaming videos. Scroll part way down the page and click the "watch this video" link. Use codecs to prep video for the web.

How To: Create and call a simple web service in ASP.Net

In this video tutorial, Chris Pels will show how to create a web service in ASP.NET and then call the service from another ASP.NET web site. First, learn how to create an .asmx component which represents a web service in an ASP.NET web site. When creating the web service learn how to control several aspects of the web service functionality with web service attributes. Next, see how to test the web service in the Visual Studio web service test page. Then learn how ASP.NET allows many .NET data...

How To: Optimize your deep web assets for Google

Google is one of the most powerful forces on the Internet, and their technology can be the key to helping you find success in whatever your online endeavor might be, from web design to filmmaking. This video is a part of their Google Webmaster Series, offering help to webmasters the world over on how to best utilize Google in their work. This video will show you how to optimize your deep web content, like databases and forms, to be crawled by Google using a few simple tricks.

How To: Use the web browser on Android cell phones (2.0)

The browser on your Android-powered cell phone offers numerous features that enhance your overall web experience. Some of the great features include double-tapping to zoom in, searching for text on webpages, sharing websites with friends, and copying and pasting. There's a lot more, so watch this video tip from Google to see how to fully enjoy your web browser.

How To: Create & export a web text box in HTML with Photoshop

Create a text box for the web using Adobe Photoshop! 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 TutVids. For more information, including step-by-step instructions on how to create and slice up your own custom text boxes in Photoshop from scratch, watch this web designer's guide.

How To: Hack web browsers with BeEF

This video tutorial talks about browser exploitation. Particularly, it talks about tools, like BeEF, that can be used to hack known vulnerabilities within browsers and some cool frameworks that you can use to check the security of your own browser. To get started hacking your own browser, watch this how-to.

How To: Make 15mm scale miniatures

This video provides an introduction to building 15mm scale buildings for Warhammer or miniature dioramas. Simulate roofing shingles and with small pieces of cardboard. Create a haunted scene with real spider webs. Preserve tiny spider webs with a protective spray or make miniature spider webs out of milkweed. Build small scale grapevines with toothpicks, wire, and painted leggy moss.

How To: Do the Ribbed Spider Web Stitch

The spider web stitch and the ribbed spider web stitch are both "woven" embroidery stitches, either used as isolated accents or used in clusters. They aren't a line stitch or a filling stitch, and they aren't really a "small" detached stitch that can speckle a background lightly, either. Watch this video from Needle 'n Thread to see how it's done.

How To: Record web meeting with Web Visual in one minute

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to record with Web Visuals. Begin by opening the Web Visuals program. In a meeting, users will be able to record the audio, web and video portions of the meeting. In the sidebar under Meetings Features, click on Show More Features and select Recording Controls. Now select Start Recording under the Recording Controls sidebar menu. When the recording window opens, title the recording and choose whether to include the web cam or not in the recording. To ...

How To: Debug JavaScript with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008

Microsoft ASP.NET is a free technology that allows programmers to create dynamic web applications. ASP.NET can be used to create anything from small, personal websites through to large, enterprise-class web applications. All you need to get started with ASP.NET is the free .NET Framework and the free Visual Web Developer. Using an existing web application, this video tutorial will demonstrate how to use Visual Studio 2008 to debug JavaScript in a web application.

How To: Use Google SketchUp Web Exporter

This 3D modeling software tutorial shows you how to use the Web Exporter tool in Google SketchUp. The SketchUp Web Exporter allows you to export your models for 3D interaction in a web browser. You will need to have the Web Exporter plug-in installed before watching the SketchUp tutorial.

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