I had to do this from necessity, so I thought I’d help you avoid the 30 minute roundabout troubles. You’re welcome. ;-P
Happy #TutorialTuesday everyone!
If you have a Business Fan page on Facebook, (I’m glaring at you because you better!) have you messed with your custom URL? Basically your URL or Username is what comes after the www.Facebook.com/ part to let the computer know which page we’re looking at. Especially if you’re going to put your link somewhere for people to see it and type it in it’s important to have a custom URL to make it easy and pretty. No one wants to see or type in Facebook.com/wszYlk3jyp2. Just watch this video and change your link to whatever you’d like! (as long as it’s available of course. 😉 )
Final Cut Pro X updated, and with it went some apperance changes. In order to grow the clips in both the timeline and clip archives, you must now click a new button, or use the shortcut Command +. To shrink the clips, use Command -. This shortcut makes each second of footage take up either more space or less space.
Happy Tutorial Tuesday everyone!
If you wanted an easy way to get an adjustable vignette in Photoshop, here you go! Whether you’re an aspiring photographer, a graphic designer or working on your marketing (or anything else, really), knowing how to make a vignette in Photoshop is a good skill to have. If I am going too quickly, pause the video – I do have written steps; if you are already familiar with Photoshop, ignore all my side comments and just listen/watch. Happy Editing everyone!
Have you seen how some videos play as you scroll past in Facebook, and some you have to click to play? That is the difference between videos uploaded to Facebook, and links shared from YouTube. In this video, if you are new to social media marketing/video marketing or would just like to learn without fumbling how to upload a video directly to Facebook, here ya go!
I posted this on Tutorial Tuesday on Facebook and YouTube, I’m just a slow goer getting it on here… *sigh*. But! I have it. It’s done, and here you are.
Have you seen those sponsored ads where you can swipe between a few cool photos or offers while browsing Facebook? It’s called the Facebook Carousel. I’ll show you how to make one!
Keep posted, this video is a basic “how-to”, I’ll make a snappier version in the future. 🙂