I've heard of SVN before, had a Github account for a while but never really taken the time to learn more details about them. Now was that chance.
I spent much of the morning and afternoon working on a method for collaborating on our group project. Originally I had started work using TortoiseSVN but I didn't discover a server method within Tortoise so I turned to the program VisualSVN. Where Tortoise was integrated into Windows Explorer Shell with VisualSVN it was like a standard application. After a bit of confusion I was able to get the repository shared locally but after numerous attempts I was unable to access the repository from outside of my LAN. This was unacceptable as our group is dispersed over a decent area.
I looked through the UE4 documentation with source control in mind and it appears as though they recommended a suite of programs called Perforce. Everything looked straight forward, I found a cloud hosting service for free using them. Upon first glance I was prep…
We commonly think of them as annoying, a nuisance, something we simply do not want to see at all. Ads. On some sites they are everywhere, others fool you into clicking them by thinking you should be clicking them to download what you want or whatever the case may be. Personally I hate those kinds of deceptive methods.
How often do you think about the reason web sites and videos have them though? The content is provided free of charge. Web sites cost money to host and such, those charges are often times covered by donations and/or the ads themselves.
When the ads are on websites like mine, only when the ad is clicked would I get anything. When the ads are on YouTube videos like mine, one must watch the whole ad or click on it to generate anything.
Thank you for reading this far and I hope you think about it the next time you see an ad on my or other individuals web sites or on a video.
If you've watched my previous videos you will have heard an annoying hiss in the background. This was due to me thinking I needed to use Microphone Boost for my mic. Sadly I have a lot of video already up on YouTube so what do I do? Well if this happens to you, there is hope for your videos! Just expect it to be a bit of work.
First off if you don't have the originals anymore, just go ahead and download them from YouTube. You will download them as MP4's this way.
Second to extract the audio track from the MP4 files you will need two things. First you'll need the program Audacity @ http://www.audacityteam.org/. Second Audacity can not natively import audio from MP4 files so you'll need to download FFmpeg export/import library @ http://lame.buanzo.org/#lamewindl. Just watch for comparability between the version of audacity you download and the version of FFmpeg you use.
Now you can import the MP4 file in Audacity. You can select the whole track at this point and go…