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How do I compress photo?
You have two methods Online - If its just one or two photos that needpression you can use online photopression like Compress Image ( Compress and Resize JPEG Images & Photos Online ) 1 JPEG Optimizer ( Compress and Resize Your Digital Photos ) 1 ordered-list topress and download thempletely online. Offline - You can use softwares such as Caesium Image Compressor or Image Compressor topress a large amount of photos offline. Or in case if youre going to need it often you can install the software on you PC.
How do I apply for police clearance certificate in Mumbai?
I had recently applied for police clearance certificate. I live in thane. This is the procedure I followed. Not sure if it is same for other regions as well. 1. Create an account with Police Clearance Services s 2. Under services tab select pcc. 3. Fill in the form. Pretty straight forward. A. Personal information B. Address information C. Other information D. Police station information 4. Upload documents. This is a tricky part. Not that you won't have documents with you. But size of documents that needs to be uploaded. The size should be between 75kb-1kb. You can use any pdfpressor or imagepressor softwares available online. List of documents can be found in website. Photo and signature needs to be scanned and uploaded. The website provides an in built clipping tool to crop photo and signatures. 5. Payment. A nominal fees of around 123u2b9 is charged for using this service. 6. Th appointment date is usually two days from date of payment. You can visit your local police station even before the day of appointment. Remember to take a printout of your application payment receipt and all original documents you have uploaded. Apart from list of documents mentioned on website you also need electricity bill and a NOC from your parents on a 1u2b9 stamp paper(I assume this is needed as I stay with my parents and eventhough my name is in ration card I am not primary holder of ration card). I visited court naka area in thane for notarizations. There are many printing shops which offer this services. They already have a template ready. All you have to do is provide them with your name and address details. If you are married there is also a need to submit noc from your spouse. Usually after submission of documents at local police station they pay a visit to your house. In my case they asked me to bring a witness(anyone from same apartment). Don't forget to carry their aadhar card. There would be a verification form that needs to be filled and signed by witness. Now they will verify if there is no criminal records on your name. After successful verification you will receive an SMS on your registered mobile number. Your application is now sent tomissioner office. I was asked to visit the thanemissioner office which is near to Kalwa circle. There is a verification department on the left after you enter this office. You have to submit one set of all the documents along with application form to any counter. On successful verification you will get another SMS to download the certificate from the website. The whole process takes - somewhere around 3 -12 days. I got my done in 3 days. - Fees - 123u2b9 - One visit to local police station and one visit to Police Comissioner office. Peace out.
How do you compress image files for HTML to optimize page load?
Hello Follow below points and you will be good to go. Make sure you use same that is 2px wide and you display on webpage as 1px wide - it wrong to resize using html or css rather resize for online source use Compress JPEG Images Online or in Photoshop go to File Save for Web and select quality to 47 or 45 and check Optimized option. After doing above check your score in page speed again you will be fine. RegardsnManoj Soni
How does JPEG compression affect image quality?
The quality of a JPEG file afterpressionpletely depends on the software that you are using for this purpose. If you are using a lesser known and less reliable software that can assure the quality of JPEG file afterpression then you might end with a low quality pressor then your JPEG . So I suggest you to use HiPDF -quality for reducing the size of JPEG s 714 1266 master_ s zoomable pression tool. You just need to visit the official website of HiPDF and select Compress Image from All Tools page. Then upload the JPEG is uploaded select the s 679 1269 master_ s zoomable while keeping its quality intact. You can then save the JPEG .
What are some must-haves programmes for a desktop computer?
All free Link Shell Extension creates hard which makes a single file appear in different folders specially useful for things like keeping a file in dropbox syncing area but stilll have one appear in local folders. 7-Zip forpressing and archiving data. It's more flexible than the Windows built-inpressor. Software worth trying Opera web browser is worth trying for advanced people. n Opera browser - The alternative web browser - Download free VLC media player supports many video and audio codecs. Audacity for recording and editing audio.n Free Audio Editor and Recorder GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) as a free Photoshop alternative.
What is the best way to learn how to mix and produce house music?
It's never been more possible to create great songs using only a homeputer. Arguably any newputer you'd buy today would be capable of making a track that sounds as good as a Bonobo record for instance. You appear to have aputer. So you're halfway there! I would rmend picking a DAW (a music making program s ) that'spelling to you. Based on the s of artists you mentioned I rmend getting a cheap copy of either Ableton or FL Studio and then just learning how to use it by making things. People say that Ableton isplicated and it can be. But it's also flexible and you don't have to learn every feature to start making music. I taught my friend how to record loops of herself singing and she got the hang of it in about fifteen minutes. Don't be frightened by the initialplexity of a DAW. Despite the technology being amazing DAWs are still basically the digital equivalent of a bunch of tape recorders stacked on top of one another. Learn the basics and then go as deep as you feelfortable with. I would also suggest the following -Start listening to music differently. italic Put on your favorite song and try to identify every sound you hear. This might be harder than you imagine because a lot of things happen simultaneously. Good songs are designed to sound simple but they often have a ton ofplexity underneath that catchy beat. Listen repeatedly and write draw stuff out if you have to. Try to figure out for instance how many distinct drum sounds you hear. Try to describe them. If you're unfamiliar maybe brush up on the essential parts of a drum kit hi hat snare kick toms cymbals extra percussion like shakers. That will help you put names to things. Try to figure out what is a recording of an organic instrument and what sounds like it was produced entirely by a machine. Try to figure out if there is an actual bass line or the song just uses a kick drum to provide that low end. Try to figure out if instruments are playing chords or if they are playing single note melodies. Count the number of measures that make up each section of the song (i.e. four bar intro four bar breakdown sixteen bar verse-like part eight bar chorus sixteen bar verse again now the eight bar chorus played twice but with extra elements the second time now an eight bar outro). Listen to the way the instruments are arranged in the stereo field. Is anything panned all the way to one side? Do things sound like they're far away? In a small room? You'll figure out how to make stuff sound like that later but for now just learn to identify everything you hear. Start listening to how different instrument choices correspond with different subgenres. Dancey Indie rock like LCD soundsystem for instance uses retro synths and retro drum machines but they also keep the electric guitar pretty central as they are a rock band-gone-dance-band. Bonobo on the other hand uses a mix of samples and organic instruments like acoustic guitars orchestral instruments and world instruments harps zithers dulcimers etc. Bjork varies from album to album but she tends to be closer to Bonobo's style but with a greater focus on synthesized percussion sounds (Homogenic Post Debut Volta) or glitchy found-sound percussion (as on the Matmos-abetted beats for Vespertine). Massive Attack and NIN are similarly on the synthesizer-heavy side of things. You should get to the point where those s of instrument choices can be the first thing you hear when you listen to music. Pay special attention to snare drum and kick drum sounds. Those are kind of themon denominator as they show up in everything you'll make and listen to for the most part. Listening to music differently will lead you to eventually... ...- Have an idea. italic Even just a simple idea like I wanna make a drum beat like the one on that Bjork song. My music production education consisted of me figuring out a long series of how do I do that?--things. -Don't learn theory first or read books about mixing or synthesis about how DAWs in general work or suchlike. italic Just get in there. People learn to produce music in frighteningly short periods of time but it seems that the people who learn quickly are not the people who sit down in afy chair with a copy of Mixing Secrets from Studio Pros. I mean you might need to watch a basic tutorial of how to use your DAW or read the getting started section of the manual but focus on making things as soon as you can. We tend to learn by doing when it's an embodied skill like making music. Some people will disagree with me but I've taught a lot of people how to get started making music and the ones who have the most success just get in there and start challenging themselves to figure things out. -Get out of Guitar Center. italic Seriously don't get caught up in gear shopping. It's tempting to think that you will learn faster or make better stuff more quickly if you buy plugin___xyz____ but that's a lie we tell ourselves because we're scared of getting our hands dirty and failing. Also by asking someone at a music store how to make something you are essentially asking them to sell you something. That's their job. Learning software takes time away from music making so minimize that time. Get a DAW. Any DAW. Then get obsessed with figuring out how to do things with it. -Get out of the classroom italic Some people take courses in music production. If that helps people out . Go for it. But I don't know a single producer who got to where they are by taking classes in music production. To clarify that I'm talking about people who make electronic music and similar forms like hip hopobviously classicalposers are trained and professional studio engineers often go to school. Everyone I know who produces music though just started tinkering and went from there. I have noticed however there are some very expensive courses taught by the people who make those great free Dubspot videos ) (that was tongue in cheek). Which brings me to a corollary... ...-Don't fear youtube tutorials. italic I used to kinda laugh at people who learned to make beats by watching FL Studio or Massive tutorials on YouTube. What NOObz! I thought. Then I started watching some of those videos and realized how silly of me that was. YouTube is amazing! Some of the tutorials are taught by boring people who ex things really slowly. Avoid those. I would suggest the Dubspot series for the most part but that's more intermediate level usually. Look around and you shall find. I learn something new every time I watch a well made YouTube tutorial. At the same time I'm the kind of person that hates to have to watch a five minute video when I could just read the instructions in 3 seconds. If that's more your style I would rmend forums especially forums for the gear you already own. I'm an Ableton user so I use the Ableton forum a lot. More general forums like KVR have a lot of talk about buying new gear. Don't get sucked into all that. It's a waste of time and money. I speak from experience ;) - Learn anything that has to do with working with samples. italic Sample-based production (even using pre-made sample packs of drum sounds) will give you a higher effort-to-results ratio than just sequencing synthesized sounds in my opinion. - Learn what effects do. italic You can do this in your DAW without spending any money on extra stuff. Every DAW has at least some version of reverb delay EQ and maybe chorus flanger or distortion. Those are the basics. Eventually you'll learn aboutpressors and limiters and other volume-based effects that have a more subtle (but very important) effect on the sound. Learn those later. ------------ That should get you started. Come back and re-read as needed. For now take what makes sense and file the rest away for future reference. Now get off Quora and figure out how to make a beat! )
What is the best software for making videos?
Before you venture into any software be aware that you need to build a hardware platform that will allow any video editing program to work without long lapses of rendering or dropping frames. First at least 16GB RAM. 1 or more GB video card. 2 drives to start numerous more if you plan on working with multiple clients or projects. 1st Drive or your C Drive is only for the application not for video audio or photos. Those assets must reside on a separate fast (SSD or 72 rpm) Drive. You set up the application to store & retrieve footage from the second drive allowing the C Drive to run the program. If you try & put both on the same drive it will be painfully slow to an extent youll run out of patience & enthusiasm. You probably won want to spend the cost of Avid & the hardware it requires. For Mac Final Cut Pro edits a lot of network & cable shows & it works great has a number of third party partners for great plug ins themes effects & titling. Ive used it since it inception & it continues to improve. Premiere from Adobe is another for PC that is widely used and of course can incorporate other Adobe products like photoshop illustrator etc. Without the proper hardware video editing can be laborious and counter productive so before you take the plunge make sure your system can be configured to handle it. Also edit in 72x128 for any YouTube Hulu or other viewing platform. Your master will be converted to HTML 5 anyway and this size is much faster to render.
Which is better DaVinci Resolve or Lightworks?
Well these are quite different tools though this picture bes slightly murky. Lightworks is an edit suite. Da Vinci Resolve is a grading system. Lightworks in its original guise before the parentpany disolved was a radically streamlined edit suite. It involved a singleputer display in which bins and projects were displayed using a humorously simple interface. Behind large (scalable) doors resided sequences and folders of media. A shark icon was used to gobble up assets that were no longer needed. A separate video monitor displayed the source media and programme feed depending on which was toggled. The important factor to remember about Lightworks was that it revolved around a custom hardware controller. This device was a progeny of the physical hardware controllers from film cutting systems like Moviolas and Steenbecks etc. Lightworks was designed for editing and almost nothing but that. It was incredibly streamlined and straightforward. The effects were limited though personally I never really delved very deep back when I used the system. The fact of the matter is Lightworks was designed for editing. Despite all the chaff one hears about edit suite capabilities and effects fundamentally editing is about choosing where the cuts go. Da Vinci Resolve is a grading system. I love it. As an aside I attended two courses back in 212 the basic one and after doing a few grading jobs the advanced course - very enjoyable. Da Vinci Resolve is a very elegantly designed grading tool. It is quite simple to use and straightforward in its own way. It involves using several separate pages where important processes are achieved. There is one for organising all the media that your grade will use one for the actual colour correction (where you will spend most of your time) one for tracking masks one for output and so on. The grading that is possible in Da Vinci Resolve is far superior to anything possible in FCP Premiere Pro Avid Media Composer etc. These aforementioned applications are editing suites. Resolve is for grading. Now the reason things be murky is this since the conception of both these products they have undergone some renewal. They have expanded beyond their original design. Lightworks has been rescued from oblivion and I hear has gained much more functionality making it more like its mainstream edit suitepetitors. Resolve has also been heavily developed by Blackmagic. Since it long ago had a timeline tool this has evolved into a very capable sequencer. Resolve is really a full finishing suite now. It perhaps could cope with being an edit suite in its own right but I think for a myriad of reasons that is not ideal. I would wager that if Blackmagic cannot acquire another well-known edit suite brand from somebody else they may well develop Resolve into a fabulous all round package. However they would be stymied by a lack of industry proficient editors to really give it respectability. I also think that Resolve has evolved into a rather clever DIT tool for on-set use... Anyway the conclusion of all if this is that currently at least Lightworks is an edit suite and Resolve is a grading tool. They may end up with someparable features but at their core they are different tools. Edit (May 216) Blackmagic Design is challenging the problem of Resolve not having a large and experienced user base by offering free and subsidised courses to professional editors. My agency offered me a free course but I had to turn the offer down due to the course dates clashing with my current editing contract. I used to do quite a bit of online editing and it is within this arena of broadcast television post-production that Blackmagic aims to attract artists operators. In my opinion Resolve has some extremely admirable features and since it is already a marvellous grading tool I believe it has a good chance of bing an established tool in broadcast TV and film. I thoroughly rmend it. However if one intends to pursue a career as an offline editor I don't believe Resolve will be an industrial tool for which one should invest huge quantities of time but you never can tell Edit (November 219) Resolve is most definitely a well-established and highly regarded tool for all stages of editing not just grading and online editing. There may not be as much work available for jobbing editors to use Resolve as an offline edit suite in a broadcast production environment but that does not mean that it is fully capable of filling this role since the industry realises how splendid it is.
How do I effectively edit H.264 videos?
Well these are quite different tools though this picture bes slightly murky. Lightworks is an edit suite. Da Vinci Resolve is a grading system. Lightworks in its original guise before the parentpany disolved was a radically streamlined edit suite. It involved a singleputer display in which bins and projects were displayed using a humorously simple interface. Behind large (scalable) doors resided sequences and folders of media. A shark icon was used to gobble up assets that were no longer needed. A separate video monitor displayed the source media and programme feed depending on which was toggled. The important factor to remember about Lightworks was that it revolved around a custom hardware controller. This device was a progeny of the physical hardware controllers from film cutting systems like Moviolas and Steenbecks etc. Lightworks was designed for editing and almost nothing but that. It was incredibly streamlined and straightforward. The effects were limited though personally I never really delved very deep back when I used the system. The fact of the matter is Lightworks was designed for editing. Despite all the chaff one hears about edit suite capabilities and effects fundamentally editing is about choosing where the cuts go. Da Vinci Resolve is a grading system. I love it. As an aside I attended two courses back in 212 the basic one and after doing a few grading jobs the advanced course - very enjoyable. Da Vinci Resolve is a very elegantly designed grading tool. It is quite simple to use and straightforward in its own way. It involves using several separate pages where important processes are achieved. There is one for organising all the media that your grade will use one for the actual colour correction (where you will spend most of your time) one for tracking masks one for output and so on. The grading that is possible in Da Vinci Resolve is far superior to anything possible in FCP Premiere Pro Avid Media Composer etc. These aforementioned applications are editing suites. Resolve is for grading. Now the reason things be murky is this since the conception of both these products they have undergone some renewal. They have expanded beyond their original design. Lightworks has been rescued from oblivion and I hear has gained much more functionality making it more like its mainstream edit suitepetitors. Resolve has also been heavily developed by Blackmagic. Since it long ago had a timeline tool this has evolved into a very capable sequencer. Resolve is really a full finishing suite now. It perhaps could cope with being an edit suite in its own right but I think for a myriad of reasons that is not ideal. I would wager that if Blackmagic cannot acquire another well-known edit suite brand from somebody else they may well develop Resolve into a fabulous all round package. However they would be stymied by a lack of industry proficient editors to really give it respectability. I also think that Resolve has evolved into a rather clever DIT tool for on-set use... Anyway the conclusion of all if this is that currently at least Lightworks is an edit suite and Resolve is a grading tool. They may end up with someparable features but at their core they are different tools. Edit (May 216) Blackmagic Design is challenging the problem of Resolve not having a large and experienced user base by offering free and subsidised courses to professional editors. My agency offered me a free course but I had to turn the offer down due to the course dates clashing with my current editing contract. I used to do quite a bit of online editing and it is within this arena of broadcast television post-production that Blackmagic aims to attract artists operators. In my opinion Resolve has some extremely admirable features and since it is already a marvellous grading tool I believe it has a good chance of bing an established tool in broadcast TV and film. I thoroughly rmend it. However if one intends to pursue a career as an offline editor I don't believe Resolve will be an industrial tool for which one should invest huge quantities of time but you never can tell Edit (November 219) Resolve is most definitely a well-established and highly regarded tool for all stages of editing not just grading and online editing. There may not be as much work available for jobbing editors to use Resolve as an offline edit suite in a broadcast production environment but that does not mean that it is fully capable of filling this role since the industry realises how splendid it is.