The Lounge What is on Your Mind? Top Cybersecurity Threats Earth Year 2019 | You Have Been Warned! Post 303036397 by Neo on Tuesday 25th of June 2019 01:33:24 AM
Originally Posted by wisecracker
This is very aggressive. For a more serious controversial video.
Bog standard heavy metal chordwork but immensely powerful nevertheless.

(Not bad guitar harmonies 1970's style in part to break up the aggression too.)

Extreme Metal - Royalty Free Music | Motion Array
Thanks Again!

That's a great track for a video. Will definitely use "Extreme Metal" for a project sooner than later!

I'm such a noob at this... LOL

Quite often, I listen to a lot of tracks, watch a lot of video clips, and review a lot of specific effects templates without a specific project in mind, then it just all comes together when I decide do create the new project. Sometimes I pick the sound track first, sometimes I write the script first, sometimes I pick the video effects first, since I'm just a novice at this with no specific discipline at all.

Lately, as I get more experienced, I write the script first (the message), then I search for an over all effect (theme, like glitch, or corporate, or grunge, or metal) I like which is normally based on an After Effects or Premier Pro template in my collection or from Motion Array or StoryBlocks which I modify, then I modify Adobe Ae or Pr file(s) to adjust the timing to match the message and desired length, then I add the sound track and adjust the timing of the message and chip to blend in with the sound, then go for videos and images.

While all this is rendering, add the intro and outros to frame the message / theme either in Premier Pro or Camtasia.

I'm new at this, but it's really interesting to do. Motion Array pushes their new content out to YT daily, so I can lounge on the couch with my morning coffee and review all their new stuff on the big screen which looks interesting, and that all is filed away in the back of my mind for future projects.

Maybe you can create some guitar sound tracks for future videos? Smilie As long as they are royalty free, I'm good Smilie
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qtdefaults(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					     qtdefaults(1)

qtdefaults -- access the QuickTime Preferences SYNOPSIS
qtdefaults read LegacyAudioCodecsEnabled qtdefaults read LegacyVideoCodecs [<codec>] qtdefaults read InstalledLegacyVideoCodecs qtdefaults read TransportSettings qtdefaults read MimeSettings qtdefaults read MediaKeys [category] qtdefaults reset DownloadCache qtdefaults reset TransportSettings qtdefaults reset MimeSettings qtdefaults reset LegacyVideoCodecs qtdefaults write LegacyAudioCodecsEnabled <yes | no> qtdefaults write LegacyVideoCodecs <videocodec> <enabled | disabled> qtdefaults write MediaKeys <category> <key> qtdefaults write TransportSettings <protocol> <port> qtdefaults delete MediaKeys <category> <key> DESCRIPTION
qtdefaults allows users to read, write, reset and delete QuickTime user preferences from a command line shell. The commands are as follows: read LegacyAudioCodecsEnabled Prints whether legacy audio codecs are enabled for use in the export settings. read LegacyVideoCodecs <videocodec> Prints whether the specified legacy video codec is enabled for use in the export settings. It will print "enabled" if the codec is enabled, "disabled" if disabled, or "unrecognized" if the codec is unknown. read LegacyVideoCodecs Prints list of legacy audio codecs currently enabled for use in the export settings. read InstalledLegacyVideoCodecs Prints out a list of all legacy video codecs installed in the current system. This list includes both enabled and disabled video codecs. These codec identifiers are used with 'qtdefaults read LegacyVideoCodecs' and 'qtdefaults write LegacyVideoCodecs'. read TransportSettings Prints the transport settings being used by QuickTime for streaming media. read MimeSettings Prints the MIME types currently being handled by the QuickTime plugin. read MediaKeys <category> Prints the media keys being used by QuickTime to playback encrypted movies. The optional <category> parameter can be used to list only the media keys associated with the specified category. reset DownloadCache Empties the cache being used by QuickTime to store downloaded content. reset TransportSettings Resets QuickTime to automatically determine the best protocol and port for streaming media. reset MimeSettings Resets QuickTime plug-in to handle the default MIME types. reset LegacyVideoCodecs Disables all QuickTime legacy video codecs. write LegacyAudioCodecsEnabled <value> A <value> of "yes" will enable the legacy audio codecs for use in the export settings and a <value> of "no" will disable them. write LegacyVideoCodecs <videocodec> <value> A <value> of "enabled" will enable the specified legacy video codec for use in the export settings and a <value> of "disabled" will disable it. write MediaKeys <category> <key> Adds the media key specified by <category> and <key> values to the list of media keys used to playback encrypted movies. write TransportSettings [protocol [port]] Sets QuickTime streaming to use the transport settings as specified by <protocol> and <port>. Following are the recommended values for <protocol> and <port>: - To use HTTP, specify <protocol> = HTTP and <port> = 80 - To use UDP, specify <protocol> = UDP and either <port> = 554 or <port> = 7070 delete MediaKeys <category> <key> Deletes the media key specified by <category> and <key> if it exists. SEE ALSO
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