In today’s quick tutorial we will find out how to use fade in and out effects with iMovie. This software is available on many Apple devices but I will discuss how to create these effects on Mac (the solution might be similar for iPhones and iPads).
I and many other YouTubers ditched intros from the beginning of the clips but I still think that one second fade in and out effects at the beginning and end of the clip look better and give the clip slightly more professional look. Applying these effects on iMovie is so easy and takes virtually 2 seconds that it is certainly worth doing. Here’s how to do it.
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I recently swapped my Android phone with an iPhone and although I am relatively happy with this change, I have noticed that my iPhone battery is not great. It usually lasts for the whole day but only because I do not use my phone that much. I suspect that with a bit heavier usage, I would have to recharge it during the day. And this is a relatively new iPhone 🙁
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In today’s tutorial, you will find out how to take screenshots on your Mac computer.
I use screenshots all the time. Even when writing this article I had to take one screenshot (picture below). Luckily, this task is very easy and you will do it in no time. Let me explain…
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In today’s tutorial, you will find out how to split screen on Mac into a few working areas.
I am sometimes puzzled at Apple. It is a brilliant company, no doubt about it, but occasionally their software lacks basic functionality. An example? No problem! The icons on iPhone home screen. You cannot put them where you want, they always follow each other without allowing empty space between. So annoying.
Another example? Yes, splitting screen and creating working areas on Mac. You need to manually drag and adjust each window separately. On Microsoft PCs, however, all you have to do is to use some keyboard shortcuts to perfectly split the screen.
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Audacity is a great, free-of-charge audio editing software. In today’s tutorial, you will find out how to remove background noise.
It is probably the most common task for people recording voice-overs in not perfect conditions. I myself have got this problem as my PC is fairly noisy and even though I have a good microphone some noise is usually recorded. Nothing to worry about, thanks to Audacity useful function we can quickly remove it. Here are just 3 steps you need to take.
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