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With one of my therapists I actually sat in the chair and the therapist rolled with it. Turns out the choice you make at that moment says something about you emotionally that your therapist will explore with you (at least mine did)

I sit on the couch now :P
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Thanks for letting us in Jack. So proud of you! I need a new business card from you now :P
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I know this is an incredibly old video. Does the Tricaster now support full 1080p streaming to the services that support that resolution?
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+Robert Jones Thank you for watching our videos! Yes, TriCaster now provides this.
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This is the first time I've stayed up all night coding in YEARS. I was really hoping that I could pull the Month view into the Map View and still have it populate the map with the pins. No dice so far though...
Thanks to the hard work of our Tech Team Ninjas Extraordinaire COO Justin White and Social Media Director Bobby Jones, the new Calendar is ready for use! We invite you to explore, submit, and post events to your heart's content! Please email, tweet, or comment with your feedback, and if you run ...
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I definitely need a new pair of shorts right now. This is everything I've ever dreamed of! While I do love my (relatively) brand new LG G3 phone on t-mobile, I exclusively use my Google Voice number. This would 100% be a GAME CHANGER for me! I love Google!
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A tip for using the synchronize feature in Premier: if you unlink the audio and video from the camera (right click menu on the clip itself), sync JUST the audio tracks together, then just drag the video into the correct place in line with its old audio it works WAY more often than trying to sync the audio from an external recorder and the A/V from the camera.

Also, if you are in a position wherein you KNOW you got clean audio in the recorder you can "merge clips" prior to ever bringing them into the timeline and premier will do a better job of syncing the audio and visual, plus it'll automatically toss out the in-camera audio (which is typically weak sauce) https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/synchronizing-audio-video-merge-clips.html
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looking good Alan, are you back to a daily upload routine now?
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+Alan Lastufka I hear that. I look forward to the process!
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Again: I realize these are really old videos, but I had another question here.

If we had a professional designer on staff to create NEW title templates, could they be configured to be live and editable text forms for the tricaster? It wasn't really mentioned in the overview given here. 

What I mean is this: If someone created a template in photoshop (for example) is there a method to set that up as a template that could then be used LIVE by tricaster for those scenarios that are spoken of in the video (person shows up that you weren't expecting, etc)

Thanks
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+Robert Jones Hi, you can create background and foreground elements in Photoshop then bring it into LiveText and export as a template. You will then be able to add text during your productions. Thank you for your interest!
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This song was stuck in my head all friggen morning and then I come to my YouTube and here you lovelies are singing it for me!

Love it.
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Yes, Homily is the correct terminology.

Also, yes, I think some vloggers convey a type of community that resembles a religious community. I think beyond anything the reason faith communities exist is because they are communities first and foremost.
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+CTVadim this kind of relates to the comment I made in your last video. When I moved, I still went to a Catholic church. So it should have been the same. Same type of services and a same beliefs, but it wasn't. The people were different. The homilies the priest gave weren't bad, but weren't relatable to me. It wasn't the "voice" I was used to or one I agreed with. Even though it was the same "church" to me it wasn't because the community I had was different.
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I like you the best too Tom!
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+Robert Jones Friends to the ends.
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Work
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Student of Social Work
Employment
  • Youtube
    Content Partner, 2010 - present
    I film, edit, and upload videos to the internet. Occasionally I get paid for that sort of thing, it's rare, but it happens.
  • Acrosstown Repertory Theatre
    President, 2010 - 2012
  • VidCon, LLC
    Volunteer Coordinator, 2012 - 2012
  • EvolvHealth, LLC
    Social Media Relations, 2011 - 2012
  • Christian Appalachian Project
    Volunteer, 2008 - 2009
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Gainesville, FL
Previously
Homestead, FL - Jacksonville, FL - Mc Kee, KY - Fliegerhorst Nörvenich Germany - Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX
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Video maker, former chef, internet devotee.
Introduction
I make videos on the internet, but anytime I tell people that they automatically think I'm a pornographer.

My days consist of caring for my daughter and browsing YouTube videos. Occasionally I will upload one to my YouTube Channel (TheMeFund)
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Graduated College once, going for two more.
Education
  • Saint Leo University
    Social Work, 2011 - present
  • Santa Fe College
    Technical Theatre, 2009 - 2011
  • South Dade Senior High School
    1999 - 2001
  • Homestead Middle School
    1996 - 1999
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Over-hyped a bit IMO. They have good food and drinks, but nothing out of this world fantastic. I've been there by myself on a Wednesday evening and still waited ~30 minutes for a single Medium burger and fries. Shouldn't need to wait that long, feels like the kitchen doesn't know how to prioritize orders.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
If it's not a game day these guys will deliver a pretty solid burger. Occasionally they miss the mark with the cooking temps (over or under when I order a Medium) but that's about on Par for any place in Gainesville these days. It seems that very few, if any, grill cooks know how to temp a burger properly. The food is good, cheap. Beers are run of the mill Macro junk, full bar though so there's something. On game days it feels like these guys are in over their heads, kitchen is too small to crank out the food fast and with any consistency in quality. Cheap drinks though.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Fairly run-of-the mill chain seafood for Gainesville. Not bad, not over the moon great either. At an average per-plate cost of around $20 The quantity of food was pretty decent. Our particular server was pretty robotic in his service, clearly following the corporate script handed down from on high. Not that it was bad, just felt disingenuous. Perhaps that is just me being overly critical as a former service industry employee familiar with those scripted corporate requirements :P. The decor in the restaurant would be great for an evening out, but in the early to mid-afternoon when I was there last it all falls a bit flat. Dark woods and cramped table arrangement made the whole restaurant feel claustrophobic.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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This is the prime location for finding small batch and rare craft beers in Gainesville. The prices are great. They also have a limited selection of craft brews on tap that you can drink while you browse the store.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago