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Quick Tip: Creating Extended Markers in Premiere Pro

first_imgLearn how to mark a range in your timeline using this Premiere Pro quick tip.You may be familiar with markers in Premiere Pro, but did you know that markers can be adjusted to cover a span of time rather than a single point? By creating these “extended markers” users can more accurately define comments and edit notes. Simply follow the steps below and you will be setting extended markers in no-time.This feature was added to Premiere in version CS6.1. Place a Marker in Your Premiere TimelineMove your playhead to the desired marker location and click the ‘M’ key.2. Option-Click the MarkerOption-click on a Mac or Alt-click on a PC to change the marker from a single point to an extended marker.3. Drag the Marker HandlesIt’s as easy as it sounds. Simply drag your marker’s in and out points to cover the desired range in your timeline. Duration can also be adjusted by double clicking the marker and adjusting the duration parameter.4. Markers Will Reflect In and Out PointsIf you can’t see the Markers panel go to Window>Markers in the menu bar. All of your markers will be reflected here, with edit notes.If you want to learn more about Premiere Pro check out the Premiere section of the Premiumbeat blog.Have any other tips for using extended markers? Let us know in the comments below!The video images in this example are from IMSTEPF Studios, used with a Creative Commons Attribution license.last_img read more

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Eddie Alvarez not backing down from ‘toughest, most dangerous’ guys in ONE

first_imgView comments MOST READ Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte In fact, he tracks them down.Alvarez fought against the best in Bellator and the UFC where he had won world titles and he wants the fiercest warriors that ONE Championship has to offer in the lightweight division.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption charges“I have traveled the world in the last 15 years fighting the best guys I can get my hands on everywhere,” said Alvarez, who signed with ONE Championship five months ago.“I have won every single World Title from every major organization and ONE Championship is the only organization that I don’t have their world title.” PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss LATEST STORIES P2.5 B shabu seized in Makati sting, Chinese national nabbed Eddie Alvarez has always been a fighter who never shies away from any challenge.ADVERTISEMENT Hong Kong tunnel reopens, campus siege nears endcenter_img Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Yeng Guiao early ejection ‘blessing in disguise’ for NLEX in crucial win Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Trump campaign, GOP groups attack Google’s new ad policy 1 dead, 3 injured in Quezon road crash Alvarez had taken down some of the big names in Shinya Aoki, Roger Huerta, Gilbert Melendez, Anthony Pettis, Rafael Dos Anjos, and Justin Gaethje and he’s out for more.“Like I said before, I’ll fight anyone, whoever the baddest, toughest, most dangerous guy that’s who I want,” Alvarez said.“Take me to him and we will have a good fight.”The 35-year-old Alvarez makes his keenly-awaited ONE debut against the heavy-handed Russian Timofey Nastyukhin on March 31 in a lightweight World Grand Prix quarterfinal in ONE: A New Era in Tokyo, Japan.Filipino MMA superstar Eduard Folayang currently holds the lightweight belt.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Urgent reply from Philippine ‍football chieflast_img read more

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Elder inspired mom to go on Twitter to get kids out of

first_img“They tried to quiet me by saying that they were going to sue me, charge me with a $50,000 fine and two years in jail,” Twitter Mom said.The penalties apply to news organizations like APTN, too. That’s why we can’t publish her real name or show her face.Her friend, artist and Indigenous rights activist Christie Belcourt, can’t believe the family was ripped apart.“She’s a victim of domestic violence. CFS should have supported her and her kids to be together during that time,” she said.“Her story is a lot of people’s story. It’s also one of the worst cases that I’ve ever heard.”Twitter Mom shared those details with the online world, too, tweeting out how she and her son were abused by her husband and the boys’ father but social workers blamed her and seized the children when police questioned her.She says she cut off contact with the father and hasn’t seen him since.And she’s been trying to get the boys back the entire time.Support for her is strong on Twitter where her posts are retweeted thousands of times. People are also donating money to her legal defence fund.She says she’s showing people how child welfare really operates.“I feel that I’m a voice for a lot of women who can’t speak,” she said.“I feel as if I’m able to be a voice on Twitter because on Twitter I have a huge audience who’s really paying attention to this issue.”However, the government and agencies involved declined to comment, citing the privacy [email protected] Kathleen MartensAPTN NewsShe can be fined or jailed or both, but a woman we’re calling “Twitter Mom” says it’s worth the risk.“I met with an elder once and he had told me to share my story in the open,” she said. “And from there it went forward.”Now, the elder didn’t say go public on social media, but that’s what Twitter Mom is doing.She’s sharing pictures of her home, business and children, along with details of her dealings with two child welfare agencies that have custody of her sons.The information is all in a series of tweets she hopes will pressure social workers to reunite her family.“Pretty much the agency is saying that I’m not co-operating,” she said in an interview.“But I find how can you co-operate with somebody who has had your kids for 10 years?”How her children wound up in care and everything she has done to free them is now on Twitter.It’s something the agencies, which are protected by a powerful privacy law, don’t like.last_img read more