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Hey! :) I'm using Pinnacle 18 on Windows and want to make text follow a moving object. I know that you can manually achieve this by setting waypoints, but if the object moves in a non-linear way and at various speeds this becomes very tedious. Is there an automated feature for this like I know some other programs have?
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Yep, we are all.......well maybe not all, but a lot of us, are waiting for Motion tracking. In the meantime you just have to keep slogging away at key-frames like the rest of us. It will make you appreciate motion tracking when we get it.
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I write fiction/short stories on Fiverr! Order one for your project, yourself or a friend or family member :)
I love fictional writing! I will write any creative short story based on your prompt or requirements. Have an idea you want to make reality? A story for a project or blog? Or just something for yourself, your friends or family to read? The story can feature you or someone you know, or be entirely fictional. It can be about a real life issue or a made-up one. I will engage you with a creative, newly-written story and you can leave me as much or as...
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Awesome Vivid! :D
 
Over 23 nights from 27 May to 18 June, the world-famous #VividSydney will illuminate 15 precincts through the city and surrounds (6pm-11pm). Tag us in your photos from years past!
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How powerful does a laptop need to be to edit audio? My laptop is going to repairs for a few weeks and I'm thinking of buying a cheap (under $200) laptop to cover my basic needs like surfing and streaming in the meantime. While I obviously won't be able to edit video or even photos heavily, will I be able to edit a full-fledged podcast?
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+Johan Dahlberg Many factors in editing. I have yet to see a computer of today not handle it - if you buy a standard brand machine. Processor, sound card, memory inside are all factors. Once again, we surpassed minimum requirements a while ago. Unless you are recording more than 4 tracks...
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Alright, I'm looking for brutally honest feedback as well as general encouragements to continue :)

I've uploaded my first episode of a podcast I'm starting, the TLI Podcast, to Soundcloud for feedback purposes before I upload it for real and announce it. If you have the time, please give it a listen and share your real feedback - what's good, what's bad and what can I improve?

https://soundcloud.com/johan-dahlberg-8/tli-podcast-test-episode-space-travel

- Your spontaneous first reaction (and not just "I like/dislike the idea", but your actual thoughts as you start listening to the first few seconds of the recording).
- The sound quality and how I speak, music choice, etc.
- What bothers you while listening? Because I know we all have some detail that bothers us in every podcast ;)
- The content - is it good, is it missing something?
- Any helpful suggestions - brutally honest feedback!
- Encouraging words and comments on what I'm doing right/well - because that's important too! :)
- Would you subscribe?

I've already recorded my first three episodes but not yet edited the latest two. I want more feedback before I do and before I start recording more episodes. Curious about what you guys think! Thanks in advance for your time! :D
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TLI Podcast Test Episode - Space Travel by Johan Dahlberg
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+Johan Dahlberg. This is what I found with your audio. Please keep in mind that these numbers could change, when analyzed from your original file.

1. LUFS: -14.6 (Failed)
2. LRA: 5.4dbs (Failed)
3. dbTP: +0.1 (Failed)
4. Audio Clips: 1,707 (Failed)
5. Kbps: 256. (This setting doubled your file size which will effect file storage as well as download speeds)

Please click the link below, to read the latest discussion from within this Community, regarding recommended settings for Kbps. https://plus.google.com/+JeffreyPowers/posts/PcNC6jHh43F
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Any quick tips to speed up editing, or how to not have to edit so much to begin with? :) I recorded my very first podcast today and did a lot of retakes. I edited heavily and was even picky about small stutters and mispronounced words (when I mispronounced something, I simply said the word again and cut out the first word later). Editing took ages!

I'm used to editing videos and use Pinnacle 18. I recorded in Audacity but used Pinnacle to edit as I'm comfortable in it and know how to use it :) But if I'm going to do an episode a week I need to make some changes to my recording and editing process!
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I started making fun of some of my mispronunciations and mistakes...If you HAVE to correct the issues, you should pause after you make a mistake, write down the time that the mistake occurs at (assuming you have an active timer on your recording device) and correct yourself and keep going. It will help you with that time management.
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Hey! I'm new to this and need some general pointers and encouragement. I've yet to start, but I have ordered my first mic and am ready to start recording soon! I've done a ton of research.

My problem? Two of the main points that most tips and how-to articles bring up: have a co-host or do interviews (solo podcasts are harder to make engaging), and have a niche. I lack both.

The podcast is for an interview blog that I run (www.thelongforminterviewer.com), where once a week I post a longform interview about any subject (space travel, cancer survivors, religion, you name it). It makes it hard to have a dedicated following because the common theme is the interviews and style, not the topics. It's for curious people, basically, but it takes more effort to have people "get that" :P

In my podcast I will talk about a new theme every week. I will start each episode by reading one of my interviews, then have segments where I discuss the content. Deeper analysis, highlighting interesting/funny quotes from the interview, maybe comments about my interactions with the interviewed person.

It's a complement to the already published interviews, but I also want it to work as a stand-alone podcast. You don't have to follow the blog to "get" or enjoy the podcast.

Since the interviews have already been done, I won't be interviewing anyone on the podcast. And frankly, even though I could get in touch with the interviewed again and have a Skype conversation, I don't think I want to. It will be a solo podcast! It's that or no podcast at all :)

How can I make this work? Is it a good/bad idea? Would you follow a show like that? Do you have any suggestions for the format/segments? How can I make it interesting and not just some random guy talking rambling about random topics?

I personally love the idea - which is important (the passion and commitment) - but I fear I will screw up the format and the podcast will be greatly overlooked because of the lack of a niche. At least on the blog (which struggles with the same non-theme issue) search engines will find each individual interview.

Thanks for any ideas, feedback or comments :D
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+Drew Royster Thanks! Currently I've scripted the shit out of my first episode as I'm afraid I'd be rambling otherwise, but you make a fair point! I'll try to find a balance :) Thanks!
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