Search results “Open file catalog” for the 2009
CDFinder - Catalog your Data
Catalog your data with CDFinder https://www.cdfinder.de CDFinder is now called NeoFinder, and with a new Adobe XMP Editor, NeoFinder now rocks even more! CDFinder is a Digital Asset Manager for Macintosh and Windows http://www.cdwinder.de The software catalogs any type of data (photos, movies, songs, documents), on any device (hard disk, CD, DVD, Blu-ray, USB sticks, server volumes, iPods, etc.) and offers powerful Find features to quickly locate your data. The extensive support of metadata (Adobe XMP, EXIF, IPTC, MP3, and more) also increases the abilities to locate our files anywhere. - For CDFinder to work its magic finding your hidden digital treasures, it first needs to catalog your data once. You can simply click the "Catalog Disk" button to catalog an entire disk. Just select it from the list of mounted volumes, done. Or you can simply drag a disk from the Finder into the left side of the CDFinder window. That will also start cataloging it. Of course, CDFinder cannot just catalog entire disks, that would be lame. You can also just catalog important folders. Again either drag them from the Finder into the left part of the CDFinder window, or use the "Catalog Folder" menu command. Hint: The menus of CDFinder hold a lot of interesting functions, make sure you have a look at them... To help you find your data better, CDFinder not simply reads the names of your files and folders when cataloging, but it can also read a huge amount of helpful additional data as well, such as photo thumbnails, or the MP3 tags of song files. You control what CDFinder catalogs with the Preferences. Here, in the "Cataloging" section, you can tell CDFinder for which types of files you wish to have a thumbnail, and what size it should have. The Media-Info is even more extensive, and covers video, photo, as well as audio files. But CDFinder can do a lot more! During cataloging, it can peek inside compressed archive files to gather their content, detecting ZIP, RAR, TAR, and other formats. CDFinder is even the first cataloger on the Mac that can catalog the contents of disk image files for you! And sometimes there is unwanted information you don't need, so you can ignore things like invisible files or folders, icon and alias files, or the contents of bundles or file packages, such as applications, to speed up cataloging and to create a cleaner catalog. That wasn't all yet! CDFinder can attach a serial number to any new catalog - making filing large numbers of disks easier, and CDFinder can even catalog version info of files and their Spotlight or Finder comments. CDFinder can also generate a FileCheck value for every file it catalogs. That is powerful if you are concerned about long time storage. At any time, you can ask CDFinder to verify these FileCheck values either for a particular file, or for an entire catalog, and you can then check that all files are in fact unchanged and safely stored. At last, you can control how much depth CDFinder catalogs. If you just need the top level items on your disks, set this up here. You can set all these preferences either globally, using the CDFinder Preferences window, but you can also tell CDFinder to show you these cataloging specific preferences for each volume you catalog. Just use this checkbox here, or hold down the Command key just before a cataloging process begins in CDFinder. Then you will see these options again, but they will then only apply to the disk you are about to catalog. And there is one more thing: If you have changed the content of a disk, you can ask CDFinder to update an existing catalog by selecting it, and using the "Update Catalog" in the File menu. Then, CDFinder will quickly run over the disk, update everything, while keeping your comments and labels for files and folders in that catalog alive. CDFinder - The Search is Over!
Views: 9452 GeoFinder2009
C++ Tutorial - 24 - Reading From a File
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Java Programming Tutorial - 81 - Reading from Files
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Using eBooks from the library catalog
Step #1 Open your web browser and navigate to the library homepage at http://www.bayonnelibrary.org Step #2 Open the library catalog by clicking on the "Local Catalog (iBistro)" link located in the left-hand navigation menu of the library homepage Step #3 Do a search for the book you are looking for. In the results list e-books will be designated by "EBOOK" in the call number location. Step #4 To view an e-book click on the "Details" button from the results list. This will display the full record. Click on the tab labeled "Catalog Record" and then click on the web address link located in the first FTP field of the full catalog record. Step #5 This link will open a new window that displays the e-book's full bibliographic record at the Project Gutenberg website. Step #6 Scroll to the bottom of this web page. Under the heading labeled "Download this ebook for free" locate the plain text format that is uncompressed (the compression field will say "none"). Click on "main site" link under the "Download Links" field. This will open the ebook in a new window. Step #7 Once you have finished your reading session you can save the e-book as a text file to pick up later. Click on File - Save As... in the navigation bar of your web browser. Choose where you would like to save the file (i.e. on your desktop, or in my documents, etc.), name it, and remember to save it as a text file (.txt) Step #8 After saving your e-book to your local computer as a text file you can open it with any software program that will recognize a text (.txt) file. This would include Note Pad, Word Pad, and/or Microsoft Word.
Views: 598 BayonneLibrary
CDFinder QuickStart Tutorial
https://www.cdfinder.de CDFinder is now called NeoFinder, and with a new Adobe XMP Editor, NeoFinder now really rocks! CDFinder QuickStart Guide This is a quick introduction about what CDFinder does and how to use it. CDFinder is a digital asset management tool. Aaaah-ha. What that really means is that CDFinder knows where all your files are, digital photos, movie files, songs, documents, and so on. You say: Well, that is what Spotlight is doing? Right, but what about the files on external disks? As soon as you disconnect or unmount a disk from your Mac, Spotlight forgets about it immediately. But CDFinder remembers! So CDFinder is meant for your disk Library, your Archive, and Backup disks. And dont let the name CDFinder fool you, this mighty software catalogs anything that you can hook up to your Mac, hard disks, server volumes, iPods, USB Sticks, DVDs, CDs, and much more. Here is an example: You need to find a song named Give A Little Bit by Roger Hodgson (formerly Supertramp). You can simply type that name into the QuickFind field, hit return, and voila, here are the results. Of course, there are also non-song files here, because CDFinder will search each and every piece of information it got for that name. Now, it would be very cool if you could ask CDFinder only to show you song files with Give A Little Bit as the title, and even maybe also just songs of Roger Hodgson as the artist, omitting the tracks he did with Supertramp. Here you go. It is that simple! The cool Inspector window here shows you all the details that CDFinder knows about every selected item, also including all metadata. And Music isnt the only part in which CDFinder excels. What about photos? Youll get an entire set of powerful search options, including all EXIF and IPTC tags, of course. Movies? Sure! It is all there for you. So, how does CDFinder work its magic? You need to let CDFinder catalog every one of your disks once. CDFinder will quickly gather information about every item on the disk, and a lot of additional metadata that makes it easier for you to find your stuff later. And before you start cataloging, you really want to have a look at the CDFinder Preferences, and especially the Cataloging section. All these settings here greatly influence the cataloging speed, but also the amount of data that CDFinder has available to find your stuff. Then catalog your disks, one by one, simply drag it in, and CDFinder will catalog it. Or if you have an entire stack of disks, use the Batch Cataloging, and feed the disks, and let CDFinder catalog and then eject them for you. Very easy! What can you do if you have changed some files on an cataloged disk? Simply let CDFinder Update its catalog by selecting the catalog in CDFinder, and using the Update Catalog command. Then CDFinder will quickly go over the disk and pick up the changes. That is really simple. This was just an introduction. CDFinder can do so much more for you. We have more Video Tutorials for you, an excellent Users Guide for those who still read, and other cool resources in the Help menu of CDFinder And now enjoy this amazing library manager! CDFinder - The Search is Over!
Views: 17340 GeoFinder2009
REVIT Family Type Catalog Files - CADclip
The majority of REVIT families should take advantage of 'Type Catalogs'. This helps in all 3 REVIT disciplines in 3 great ways. 1. You can quickly create 10's to 100's of family types. 2. You can load only the types you need when you load the family. 3. It keeps the project file size down. ENJOY !
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james ulibarri - buried in snow
Various - Demo Tracks Label:Thinner Catalog#:THN091 Format:8 x File, MP3, Compilation, 192 kbps Country:Germany Released:07 Mar 2007 Genre:Electronic Style:Dub Techno, Minimal info: http://www.discogs.com/release/924506
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Export ArchiCAD file to Artlantis
Krótki filmik o eksporcie modelu wykonanego w ArchiCAD-zie do Artlantisa. W kolejnej części filmik o wykorzystaniu funkcji Use reference file
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CDFinder - Find your Files
https://www.cdfinder.de CDFinder is now called NeoFinder, and with a new Adobe XMP Editor, NeoFinder now rocks even more! CDFinder is the powerful yet easy-to-use Digital Asset Manager for Macintosh and Windows http://www.cdwinder.de The software catalogs any type of data (photos, movies, songs, documents), on any device (hard disk, CD, DVD, Blu-ray, USB sticks, server volumes, iPods, etc.) and offers powerful Find features to quickly locate your data. The extensive support of metadata (Adobe XMP, EXIF, IPTC, MP3, and more) also increases the abilities to locate our files anywhere. - Find your stuff with CDFinder The whole purpose of CDFinder is to find and locate your digital photos, movies, songs and other files, regardless of where they are actually stored.. To help you with that, there are plenty of ways to find your files. The first one is located right in the main window, called Quick Find. Type in what you are looking for, in this example search for "Supertramp". Hit return, and CDFinder shows you everything it knows about this famous Pop band. As you see, this includes songs, photos, and other items. Did you notice that CDFinder even found items that don't have the term Supertramp in their name? That is because Quick Find searches all fields in the database. In this case, the MP3 tags of this song file contained the band name in the Artist field. If you need more control over what CDFinder finds for you, the Find window is the place to go. Here you can set up the parameters for any query that CDFinder can handle. First, in this menu, you define in which catalogs CDFinder will search, either in all of them, or in those with a particular label, or in any selected catalog, or just the already found items or the catalog info. Then you set up what you are looking for. "Any Text contains" is essentially the same as the Quick Find. So let's get fancy: Tell CDFinder we only wish to see photos in our result. Here we go! Lots of concert photos of Roger Hodgson, the founder of Supertramp. Switch back the Kind to "Song" and get only music as the result. Some of my song files even already have cover art and lyrics! Then change the Type to Picture again, and in the first parameter, tell it to Find IPTC "Caption contains" Arizona. Surprisingly, we see photos taken at Pearl Harbour, Hawai'i. But the Inspector quickly tells us that this is the memorial of the battleship Arizona. Aha! Do yourself a favor and look at all the Find parameters that CDFinder offers for you. There are file name related options, anything you need for photos, IPTC, EXIF, plenty of stuff for audio (MP3 tags), the duration of songs and video, and much more. And since you can have up to 16 parameters in a single query, you will definitely be able to build the most intricate queries ever. One especially mighty option is the Path parameter, as that allows you to find any items located in certain folders and all their subfolders. Combined with other parameters, that is very helpful in locating files of a particular client, for example. And as a special treat, CDFinder even searches the Spotlight database of local files for you, if you wish. So you get the best of both worlds in one place! But that wasn't all! There is more! Use the context menu for any file, and you get a whole set of custom Find options to locate similar items. For photos, that contains date, name, and GPS options. For songs, the Find context menu contains artist, title, and album based stuff. This allows you to quickly search for related materials in CDFinder. Now, what can you do with the Found Items? Well, simply drag a photo from CDFinder into Apples Pages, or Microsoft Office, or Adobe inDesign to place it on the current document. Or drag a file into the Finder to copy it to that location. Or just hit the space bar in Leopard to open the QuickLook window for the file, if it is currently online. Or export all geotagged photos as KMZ. Or just reveal the file in the Finder. Or upload photos to the Locr community. You get the picture... And that isn't even all! CDFinder can launch a Find operation by using AppleScript, so you can for example access your CDFinder catalogs from a FileMaker Database. Also, CDFinder understands several URL query commands. Just click on one of the special links next to this video as an example. CDFinder - The Search is Over!
Views: 6111 GeoFinder2009
Digital Photography - Image File Management
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Views: 960 MonkeySee
Opening SAS® Data Files 3: Copy the File to an Existing Library's Folder
If you would rather avoid creating a new library, another alternative is to copy your SAS data file into a Windows folder that is already associated with a SAS library. You can determine what folder a given library is associated with by right-clicking its icon in SAS Explorer and selecting "Properties". SAS and all other SAS Institute Inc. product or service names are registered trademarks or trademarks of SAS Institute Inc. in the USA and other countries. ® indicates USA registration.
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Parts Grabber: CREATE Selling List and Catalog
How to create your inventory and manufacturer catalog lists for Parts-Grabber
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How to automate batch downloading of files
A video tour of how to automate batch downloading of multiple files from a web site. While Unix/Linux might be preferable for Perl scripts, Windows has a great option with URL2FILE. In a little over seven minutes, you will be exposed to several options, see different batch files, and then learn how to construct a batch file from scratch. What might normally take you an hour or more to download, you can use a batch file to get in a matter of minutes.
Views: 44170 Will Doerner
Excel Magic Trick #184: Setup Database in Excel
See how to create a simple database in Excel using the List or Table feature. A simple database can be created in Excel using the Excel 2003 "List" feature or the Excel 2007 "Table" feature. Fields names must be in first row (no blanks). Records are in rows (no blanks). Other data in the sheet cannot be next to the Table/List (at least one blank row or column between other data and the Table/List Keyboard shortcuts: Excel 2003 List: Ctrl + L. Excel 2007 Table: Ctrl + T. The ranges are dynamic: formulas, pivot tables, charts will all automatically update
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TortoiseSVN (Subversion) Tutorial
This tutorial describes Subversion and shows how to upload files onto a Subversion repository using TortoiseSVN. Installing Tortoise SVN •http://tortoisesvn.net/downloads Using Tortoise SVN 1.Open the folder you want to submit in the explorer 2.Right click, open the repo-browser 3.The first time, youll need to type in the server information, specified with your net ID, which can be found on the CS project page (ex. svn+ssh://(csid)@schizo.cs.byu.edu/users/groups/cs235(csid)/cs235/) 4.You may need to enter in your username/password several times for permission to open the page 5.Create lab folders on the SVN repository (title them lab1, lab2, lab3, etc.) 6.Enter log messages as prompted by typing a description of the changes youve made 7.Back in the explorer window, right click the folder you want to upload and select SVN checkout 8.The URL of repository is where you are loading your folder to (ex. netID/cs235/lab2) The checkout directory is where the files are located on your computer (ex. C://cs/cs235/spell) 9.In the explorer window, highlight the JAVA files you want to submit, right click, and select ADD 10.Move up a directory, right click the folder you want to submit (spell) and select SVN Commit Updating a file (after its been loaded onto Subversion) •In the explorer, select the file(s)/folder and click SVN commit
Views: 279062 DataMiningLab
Catalog info using Address Book and applescript. 2 minutes to capture fonolo.com for future reference. alt27.com/index.php/eng/Download2 for the applescript
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Samba: share Linux Folders with your windows machines
This is a video on how to share Linux Folders with your Windows machines. I use a program called Samba to share the folders so that they are surfable in a NetBios (network neighborhood) fashion. This is a command line video however if you have Webmin installed on your server you can also configure it in a similar fashion using a web interface. You can also try tweaking the config file for Samba to better suit your needs. This is a very simple setup. The commands are... sudo apt-get install samba cd / sudo mkdir realname sudo chown techno:techno realname ls -l sudo smbpasswd -a techno sudo vim /etc/samba/smb.conf [sharedname] path = /realname available = yes valid users = techno read only = no browsable = yes public = yes writable = yes sudo /etc/init.d/samba restart ifconfig cd sharename ls -l Providing training videos since last Tuesday. http://www.technoblogical.com Thanks for watching.
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How to put a mesh file into ROBLOX
How to put a mesh file into ROBLOX
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SQL Server Reporting Services
This video shows how configure a SSRS report portal from scratch. This demo shows how to: Setup a Report URL Define an execution account Create a Reports Server database Configure SMTP and more...
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EnterMedia open source digital asset management
This is an introductory video describing Catalog and Category features of EnterMedia digital asset management. OpenEdit Inc., presents EnterMedia - an open source digital asset management software. EnterMedia is a 100% web-based, digital asset management system, used by Fortune 500 corporations and organizations. EnterMedia is used primarily by the creative services industry, marketing departments and firms needing a centralized repository to share, collaborate, track, manage and reuse creative media content.
Views: 2199 EnterMediaSoftware
mp3-Info 2.0 iTunes Companion - Video Tutorial (English)
Download from: http://www.cdfinder.de/en/en/en/mp3info.html CDFinder http://www.cdfinder.de is the popular Digital Media Manager for Macintosh and Windows http://www.cdwinder.de - Welcome to MP3-Info 2.0! After Apple has killed the Contextual Menu Modules, we had to find a clever way to bring the wildly popular MP3-Info to Snow Leopard. And we came up with a brilliant little app that launches in a snap, and is well integrated into the Mac OS. Let me show you how easy it is to use the new MP3-Info. Select one song file in the Finder. Then use the context menu, or the global services menu to quickly open MP3-Info. In the beautiful main window, you can grasp all important tags contained in that song file at once. Starting on the left with the cover art. Should you see only a generic icon here, but full cover art in iTunes, you know that iTunes again didnt store that cover art in the actual song file, but only in its private library. Bad iTunes! All other important tags of the song are displayed throughout the window in several groups, here are duration and bitrate, and here the song title, artist, album, track number. Also, the composer, year, genre, comment, and encoder application are shown here, all in one nice window! If the song contains lyrics, the Lyrics button is enabled, and will show a nice extra window with the full lyrics. Close that again at any time, of course. And you will notice that MP3-Info can also give you the textual description of a podcast And to tell the world of the song that you are currently playing, we have added a cool new Tweet button here. Just one click, and everyone knows what music you like. This feature uses your web browser and your Twitter account. With MP3-Info, you now have the choice of following your current Finder selection, or even working directly with Apples iTunes! That includes the currently playing song, or the selected title. Isnt that amazing? Of course, you can resize the MP3-Info window if you dont want to see certain items, just drag it to your preferred size and location, it is that easy. And MP3-Info can even do a lot more for you! We have thrown in a close connection to the popular media cataloger CDFinder. With just one simple click, you can find all similar songs in your archive. Lets try the song title The Logical Song: Yep, I have a lot of different versions of that song in my catalog archive. Or lets find find all Supertramp songs or even the entire set of songs of the same genre or year. That is pretty cool! Sometimes, the name of a song file isnt really revealing about its content. Wouldnt it be nice to have an easy way to rename the song file decently? Yes, that would be nice, and MP3-Info can help you with that. Select one of several possible name schemes, and the file will get a new name with just one click. That was simple indeed. While MP3-Info can only display the meta tags, what if you want to edit them? There are three major tools for this task, and MP3-Info can connect to all of them with this menu here. Use either the slightly older ID3X, or The Tagger, or Media Rage, all three can be launched directly from inside MP3-Info. And of course, MP3-Info also supports m4a or AAC audio files created by iTunes, as well as ringtones, and AIFF songs, with the full set of tags, and even WAVE files. MP3-Info uses the proven and high-performance audio code from CDFinder, and that made it possible for us to offer MP3-Info for free! Of course, we do appreciate a small donation, and will buy chocolate for the development team Now just download and enjoy MP3-Info!
Views: 33533 GeoFinder2009
CDWinder - GPS & GeoTagging
CDWinder (http://www.cdwinder.de) is a Digital Asset Manager for Windows or Macintosh (http://www.cdfinder.de) The software catalogs any type of data (photos, movies, songs, documents), on any device (hard disk, CD, DVD, Blu-ray, USB sticks, server volumes, iPods, etc.) and offers powerful Find features to quickly locate your data. The extensive support of metadata (Adobe XMP, EXIF, IPTC, MP3, and more) also increases the abilities to locate our files anywhere. - CDWinder - GPS and GeoTagging Welcome to CDWinder ! Today, we want to show you some of the amazing capabilities of CDWinder when it comes to GPS and GeoTags. GeoTags are the GPS coordinates stored in the EXIF data of photos, and there are lots of cool things they can be used for. CDWinder displays geotags in its EXIF section, and handles the coordinates themselves, the altitude and also 3D-information like the azimuth and tilt that indicate where you looked at when taking the photo. You can identify photos with geotags by their red geotag icon in the lower right corner of their thumbnail. If your photos do not yet have geotags, you can also use CDWinder to add them. Just create a catalog of your photo directory, and select the photos you want to tag. Then open Google Earth, and navigate to the place you want to associate with the photos. Use crosshairs to help aiming for the right spot. Back in CDWinder, you can just select GeoTag in the GPS context menu to tag the picture with that position. CDWinder will not only store that tag in its database, but write it back to the original file itself, if possible. Once your photos have geotags, you find a lot more functions in the GPS context menu. CDWinder can export the photos to a KMZ file, show them in Google Earth, or show the place in several web services. Keep that in mind, because we'll have a look at the unique GeoFinder first, that enables us to find photos based on their geotags. You can open the GeoFinder, navigate around and select any place you like. Or find a place by typing its name and locating it. Or you choose one of the predefined places available. Then you can find all your photos taken in that area. You can also use any photo in your collection as starting point, and find all other photos in its vicinity - just select the appropriate command from the find context menu. This also brings up the GeoFinder dialog. You can pass any coordinate, in the GeoFinder or in any given photo, on to Google Earth. While flying there you can already see that CDWinder uses the azimuth and tilt values stored in the photo. Isn't that cool ? You can also choose a place in Google Earth, -- and then use it as starting point in the GeoFinder. The webservices to show coordinates in are pretty self-explanatory, so just a quick word about the KMZ export feature. To create a KMZ from your photos, you just select a couple of photos, and choose Export To KMZ from the GPS context menu. You will be asked for a name for this KMZ - let's call it vacation - and then you can specify the size of the contained pictures, and whether to add metadata to the photos description or use the time slider. Once finished, you can open the created KMZ file in Google Earth. You can see your photos as icons at the spot they were taken in, each with a description containing their IPTC tags like the caption, their coordinates and EXIF metadata. You can double-click each placemark to fly to its original viewpoint. Or press the play button to traverse them one-by-one. And you can use the time slider to filter the images for a certain day or time. The KMZ file is small and compact, and can be mailed to other Google-Earth users, or posted on the Web. Imagine this to illustrate your vacation trip, family pictures or a new project. Find out what CDWinder can do with your photo collection - get your copy today at www.cdwinder.com !
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Backup and Recovery of OCR Demo Part -1 - Oracle 10g RAC
Backup and Recovery of OCR Demo - Oracle 10g RAC
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Jason Speed - Chaos And Order
Label:Work Hard Play Hard Catalog#:WHPHDIG 023 Format:3 x File, MP3 Country:Netherlands Released:10 Aug 2009 Genre:Electronic Style:Techno
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Making Downloadable Content Tutorial
This tutorial will Teach you how to Upload a File to [[ http://www.mediafire.com/ ]] and have it be downloadable to the whole world!! I hope this is useful and Credit to The Reasoner for Audio! [[ http://www.newgrounds.reasoner.com/audio ]]
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Mark Hawkins feat The Horrororist - The Doomsday Clock
Download: http://www.mh.fun-in-the-murky.com/doomsday.html Album: The Doomsday Clock. Label: Crime. Catalog#: DLLP1. Format: 12 x File, MP3, Album. Country: UK. Released: 15 Jan 2008. Genre: Electronic. Style: Abstract, Techno, Dubstep, Experimental, Electro, Downtempo, Minimal, Hip Hop.
Views: 2630 midiData
Bridge Over Troubled Waters Fingerstyle Guitar Arrangement Lesson Demo
COMPLETE VIDEO LESSON WITH PDF IN TAB AND NOTATION AVAILABLE AT http://www.99centguitarlessons.com/catalog/item/8913424/6745975.htm. Rich's beautifully crafted fingerstye arrangement uses very open sounding voicings of major chords that gives the guitar a "Gospel" style effect. Rich works you through the arrangement by measure. This 12 minute video lesson has a PDF file of the arrangement written in both tab and notation.
Views: 13079 Rich Severson
Enable File Sharing
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The Rockford Files - The Bone
The Rockford Files - The Bone Classic :) Label: Escapade Catalog#: JAPE 13 Format: Vinyl, 12" Country: UK Released: 1995 Genre: Electronic Style: House
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Basscraft - Neuroleptika (Marc Baxter Rmx) BFR004
Basscraft - Neuroleptika Label: Black Forest Recordings Catalog#: bfr004 Format: 4 x File, MP3 Country: Germany Released: 30 Nov 2009 Genre: Electronic Style: Techno, Minimal Tracklist: 1 Neuroleptika (Original) 2 Neuroleptika (The Badgers Remix) 3 Neuroleptika (Tom Sun Remix) 4 Neuroleptika (Marc Baxter Remix)
Views: 387 BlackForestRec
AuthorHouse Tutorial:  How to Merge Files
Learn how to merge text files in this short tutorial from AuthorHouse.
Colorati FAQ: How to prep your files to send to Colorati
Hey Lightroom users! Sending us your files is super easy. This tutorial shows you the fastest way to get your hard drive prepped and ready to send. This method will keep your star ratings, color labels and even custom cropping all intact. Enjoy!
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Tutorial Overview of Scribus, creating a pdf document
This is a quickstart tutorial about the open source Desktop Publishing software called Scribus. This video shows just briefly on how to get started making your own pdf, importing an image and inserting text and then exporting to a .pdf.
Views: 41582 DaveMayIT
Blue Vitriol - Cryovolcano
one of the deepest dub you'll ever hear, dim the lights and lay back. also, light a spliff if possible. Album: They Went To Titan! Label: Jahtari Catalog#: JTR EP03 Format: File, MP3 Country: Germany Released: Nov 2005 Genre: Electronic, Reggae Style: Dub, Downtempo, Minimal
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Tomy Wahl - Quiero Ver [DLA002]
Label: DLA Records Catalog#: [DLA002] Format: File, WAV, MP3 Country: Argentina Released: 1 Feb 2007 Style: Tech House Tracklist 01. Quiero Ver (Original Mix) 02. Quiero Ver (Mora's & Morales Remix)
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Basscraft - Neuroleptika (Original Mix) BFR004
Basscraft - Neuroleptika Label: Black Forest Recordings Catalog#: bfr004 Format: 4 x File, MP3 Country: Germany Released: 30 Nov 2009 Genre: Electronic Style: Techno, Minimal Tracklist: 1 Neuroleptika (Original) 2 Neuroleptika (The Badgers Remix) 3 Neuroleptika (Tom Sun Remix) 4 Neuroleptika (Marc Baxter Remix)
Views: 597 BlackForestRec
How to search RapidShare
How to search Rapid Share for free using this site. Hope you like it.The link is http://rapidlibrary.com/
Views: 518 Ali Jaafar
How to list files from folders with Excel
File Lister automatically generates a worksheet in Excel containing a list of files from a specified folder, which includes the capabilities to list specific file types, specific system information about the files (e.g. Parent Folder, Size, Date Last Modified, etc.), as well as a selectable link to the file or folder, how many files to list per worksheet, and which system information attributes to sort by. A custom external script can also be executed per file found in order to obtain further information about each file.
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Chakra Brain In The Box
Chakra & Edi Mis - The Promised Land Label:Krembo Records, Hed Arzi Music Catalog#:KRB CD 001, 19619 Format:CD, Album, Partially Mixed Country:Israel Released:Jun 1996 Genre:Electronic Style:Goa Trance Credits:Artwork By [Cover Design] - Gabi Zyl , Gadi Yohan Compiled By - Tal Cohen-Alloro Dj Mix [Continuous Mix] - DJ Zoo-B Executive Producer - Ilan Ronell , Ran Atzmon Mastered By [Digital Mastering] - Gil Stern Written-By, Producer - Edi Mis* (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 7, 8) , Rami Shapira (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 6, 8) Notes:Created by Krembo Records - (Total time: 73:54) Digital Mastering at MPS This compilation (P) & (C) 1996 Krembo Records Distributed by Flying Records, UK track 4
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Importing Flash Into Your pdf
This is my tutorial on importing Flash into Adobe Acrobat. The pdf is one of the most recognized file formats out their and importing Flash into this file is a breeze with the latest version of Acrobat. Sports & Technology Show: http://www.youtube.com/adobeasy2 • Adobeasy: http://www.adobeasy.com • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/adobeasy • Google+: http://plus.google.com/118341465233716994134/posts • Music Credit: Ronald Jenkees http://www.youtube.com/ronaldjenkees
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Zero Method feat. Dementia & NME Click - Stick Slip
Zero Method - Zero Method EP Label:DSCI4 Catalog#:DSCI4MP3EP001 Format:File, MP3, 320 kbps Country:UK Released:02 Feb 2009 Genre:Electronic Style:Drum n Bass Notes:- Announced as follows on the DSCI4 forums: "Inspired in 2004 by a Kemal studio mix,Miklos Szalkay AKA ZERO METHOD started to follow the now legendary Hungarian scene. Naturally influenced by the world class talent around him such as SKC,Chris SU,Tactile,Mindscape and Palotai his love for DNB grew. It was soon after he started to produce on reason making DJ friendly tracks for the dancefloor. Zero Method has turned the heads of many DJ's looking for a less complex arrangement and pure DNB vibe. These 4 tracks are designed to get the party rolling with no obvious drops or silly edits,simple clean and effective drum and bass."
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InDesign Instant Formatting of Shared Content
Move objects between InDesign documents without additional text styling.
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Inspect Open XML Documents in SharePoint Doc Library
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How to determine the format of an Outlook PST file
http://www.Mhelp4u.com - The world's largest free Microsoft video-clip help library with over 4000 video-clips. http://www.mhelp4u.com has thousands of help & training videos for Microsoft including: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Administrator 2000 & Windows 98. Microsoft Office 2010, 2007, 2003 & 2000. All videos are fully indexed and searchable and it's 100% free!
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Digital Asset Management - ResourceSpace Introduction
Digital Asset Management System - ResourceSpace, designed to assist companies and individuals to organize and share their digital assets efficiently.
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Bad InDesign file or... is that just a PDF?
We have been fixing corrupt or bad Adobe InDesign documents for a few months now. We are getting some in every day and as such, when this email came in with two, apparent InDesign layouts, we thought nothing of going right to work on them... You can see how we fix the INDD files below, but basically, it was not working, yet the error message InDesign was giving was strange... so I dragged and dropped the supposed .INDD file onto the FlightCheck Professional icon and there it was... These files, which had the icon of Adobe InDesign and all on them, were not .INDD files (like the extension stated) but .PDF documents! FlightCheck Professional v6 clearly showed that to me... One should use FlightCheck AS SOON as the job comes in- would have saved this customer HOURS of wasted time... Hence this little film. Enjoy More info on FlightCheck can be found here: http://markzware.com/products/flightcheck/ And more info on how we correct bad InDesign documents can be seen here: http://markzware.com/products/file-recovery-service/
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6/7 FrameMaker, DITA-FMx, and XDocs Intro Webinar
Open files from within Bluestream XDocs using the free CM Portal. Upload support files via a website into the CMS. Publish to a knowledge base (a web based help system). Provide feedback on topics directly to the author. Make changes to content and publish multiple versions, for different audiences, directly to PDF, HTML or other formats.
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