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100 Run shortcut commands for windows Xp & Windows 7 - 0 views

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Windows 10 keyboard shortcut infographic - 0 views

    Window 10 keyboard shortcut. Collect this for more productivity.
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Windows keyboard shortcuts, tricks and tips - 0 views

    Keyboard shortcut for all windows platform.
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'Gr8 Db8' Defends The Linguistics Of Texting : NPR - 0 views

    Text messages and instant messenger programs have spawned a variety of abbreviations and shortcuts that are sneaking into everyday English. In his new book, Txtng: The Gr8 Db8, David Crystal takes on the h8ers who want to know why kids these days are too lazy to use vowels. Crystal says the concern over texting lingo has been greatly exaggerated; he says that on average, less than 10 percent of words in text messages are abbreviated.

Top Secrets to Becoming a Successful Real Estate Broker - 0 views

    Everyone's of us want to be rich. But that doesn't mean you will get rich overnight. Real Estate is by far most successful business in Pakistan. Malik Riaz also got success by real estate. If you want to be a successful Real Estate broker with proper way and without any fake shortcut.
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You Can Now Undo Sending a Gmail Message - 1 views

    Lot of of Gmail user might be feel happy while reading this post. Google recently added new features on Gmail labs. When we think of sending an email is that
Bakari Chavanu

How to Create Screencasts You Can Be Proud Of » The Rapid eLearning Blog - 4 views

  • Record the best audio you can by using a good microphone.  You can get a decent microphone for less than $100.  And if you do a lot of recording, it makes sense to invest in a good one.   Here’s an example of two different microphones on the same laptop in the same room:  $30 headset and $72 desktop (with no pop filter or any other type of adjustment).
  • Turn off the A/C and fans.  Turn off the office machines.  Sometimes you’ll pick up some noise or humming when the microphone is too close to the computer, speakers, or other electronic devices.
  • Have some water handy.  I find that I do a lot of retakes on that opening line, so I tend to start and stop my screencasts.  This causes my throat to get dry really fast.  It’s easy for me to go from sounding like a smooth rapid elearning coach to Lauren Bacall in just a few takes.
    • Bakari Chavanu
      This is so true. My mouth gets very dry when I'm trying to do screencasts. This is a good tip.
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  • Try to use less than 5 minutes.  Screenr gives you 5 minutes.  That doesn’t mean that you have to take all 5 minutes for the screencast.  An ideal screencast is 2-3 minutes.  If you find that the screencast is long, just break it into chunks.  
  • Sometimes I’ll change the resolution of my computer and do a full screen capture at a lower resolution.  When I bring it back up, it looks great and I was able to leverage a full screen for the capturing.  Play around with some techniques that work for you.
  • It’s easy enough to follow the mouse, but make sure to point out what they should be looking at when you change screens or focus on a new area.  This is especially true if you’re doing things they can’t see like using a keyboard shortcut.
  • If you have to do full screen videos where you show your desktop, try a product like Stardock’s Fences.  It’s free and can quickly hide your icons while you do your recording.  Here’s a tutorial to show how to use Fences to hide your desktop icons.
  • When you do screencasts from this account you don’t need to worry about hiding personal information like folders or toolbars in your browser.  I’d also make your desktop image a solid color rather than a distracting background image.  You can also try a virtual desktop.  Set one up just for screencast videos.  Here’s a demo of how to use a virtual desktop.   
  • One trick is to start with the final output.  Tell the viewer that this is what you’ll create and then jump to the tutorial and a different screen.
  • Screenr does come with some default settings that work well in your rapid elearning courses.  For example, 720×540 is the aspect ratio for a PowerPoint slide.  980×560 is perfect for videos in the no sidebar view mode in Articulate Presenter. 
  • If you find that you have to click on buttons and open other screens during your demos, then you want to use Alt+D to pause your recording between mouse clicks. 
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