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The third is Resolution—a strong determination not to do it again.

“The Jewish Way: Living the Holidays” by Irving Greenberg
from The Jewish Way: Living the Holidays
by Irving Greenberg
Touchstone, 2011

The first is state willingness to apply Resolution 1325 and the seven subsequent resolutions to conflicts “elsewhere” but not to conflicts at home.

“The Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace, and Security” by Sara E. Davies, Jacqui True
from The Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace, and Security
by Sara E. Davies, Jacqui True
Oxford University Press, 2019

Often, firms are able to omit resolutions from the proxy statement on one of the grounds listed above and, sometimes, because the objective of the resolution is too ambitious and beyond the capacity of the firm (e.g., a resolution to stop global warming).

“Battleground” by Michael Walden, Peg Thoms
from Battleground
by Michael Walden, Peg Thoms
Greenwood Press, 2007

Such “natural resolutions” are more common than intervention-assisted resolutions for problem drinking and smoking.

“Handbook of Assessment and Treatment Planning for Psychological Disorders, 2/e” by Martin M. Antony, David H. Barlow
from Handbook of Assessment and Treatment Planning for Psychological Disorders, 2/e
by Martin M. Antony, David H. Barlow
Guilford Publications, 2011

In many situations, there are clear trade-offs between different forms of resolution.

“Introduction to Remote Sensing” by James B. Campbell, Randolph H. Wynne
from Introduction to Remote Sensing
by James B. Campbell, Randolph H. Wynne
Guilford Publications, 2011

The best resolutions were the ones that happened quickly and weren’t necessitated by my mistakes.

“Network Warrior” by Gary A. Donahue
from Network Warrior
by Gary A. Donahue
O’Reilly Media, 2007

The ten resolutions noted above are instructive for many reasons.

“Structure and Change in Indian Society” by Milton B. Singer, Bernard S. Cohn
from Structure and Change in Indian Society
by Milton B. Singer, Bernard S. Cohn
Aldine, 1970

Resolution tends to disentangle one from a situational bind.

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by Mary Jane Smith, PhD, RN, Patricia R. Liehr, PhD, ARNP
Springer Publishing Company, 2008

Arguably, certain intrinsic defects may invalidate the two resolutions mentioned herein.

“International Law Reports” by E. Lauterpacht, C. J. Greenwood
from International Law Reports
by E. Lauterpacht, C. J. Greenwood
Cambridge University Press, 1994

Many of these can be combined into one rule, called resolution.

“Artificial Intelligence: A New Synthesis” by Nils J. Nilsson
from Artificial Intelligence: A New Synthesis
by Nils J. Nilsson
Elsevier Science, 1998

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  • Two thing slowing me down with elementor: 1. Scroll bar. I use a pen mouse and the scroll bar is so skinny that I can’t grab it. 2. Can’t scroll elementor by grab. I use a pen tool and it would be exciting if I could tap on elementor creation area and glide to scroll like a regular browser page. This slows me down and makes customizing frustrating. Elementor is amazing though.

  • I am guilty of using the spacer widget on my affiliate pages.Google indicated the buttons were to close together. I am now using the margin and padding.

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  • I used the spacer for responsive design. I have on the desktop 2 elements that are next to each other (but separated by 50px), but when I switch to mobile I want them vertically separated a litte bit. To get that spacing I would have to add left and right margins on the desktop/tablet and reset the margins on the mobile. Then, on the mobile I would have to include top and/or bottom margins respectively to get the correct vertical spacing. Instead, I put a third column in with a vertical spacer and set the column width and spacer height as necessary. At the time it felt like a cleaner and easier solution, but it seems I should take the time and do it correctly!
    Edit: I started playing with doing it right and the first problem I’ve encountered is that I had a column background which allowed for the two elements to be the same height. Now, when I do a element background, the elements are different sizes and therefore the background (box) stops earlier on the right side. This is not the look I want. (I copy/pasted the elements between the pages so the settings would be the same then I started changing the margins/backgrounds to try and get the same results without the added column/spacer). I was looking for a “Minimum Height” (It’s the “Posts” widget) but not having any luck so far…

  • Can anyone tell me how to get that X waveform in the scopes on premier pro. Or did X waveform took that shape only because of the luma color charts? Someone please explain this to me. im very new to grading. Also eveyone like this comment so many people like me can get this info once someones answered it. Thanks.

    P.S. I Love you Gerald!

    a Proper well-made cookie consent tool. Yes I know you can make a banner with accept decline
    but this is not AVG. We need a modular cookie consent option that scans / autoblocks all tag scripts from loading, that works with caching and minification
    Why like this?
    Some ways of implementing analytics have you use plugins that try to add your analytics code them selfs. Something like Woocommerce facebook pixel addon
    this plugin will add woocommerce data to Facebook pixel. Yes I know you can setup GTM but still sometimes its a must, if you don’t want to code.
    this will bypass most cookie banners because they want you to add the tag code to there plugin, and toggle it that way.
    and this is without the problems of caching getting in the way by resetting a cookie to allowance ON.
    I even tried using google tag manager to make exceptions if cookie: cookieconsent=falce
    this way you can load in google tag manager. But you can control what tags are fire based on a or multiple cookie states.
    that way you can even say I want to track pageviews with anonymiseip at all times (because the personal data is anonymized, you are free to track the user)
    then if someone gives consent you can track more information. Or give people the option to only be tracked by Google and not by facebook.
    this way you can make cookie consent highly modular + you have the best of both worlds. You still get your analytics without consent.
    and with consent you get all your analytics.
    But anyways I think cookie consent needs some major upgrades for how big this problem is.
    EU and/or US based sites NEED this! And for that, I think it’s very much underdeveloped

  • On contrast: I’ve seen several clocks (both wall clocks and wrist watches) which have the color for the hands and that for the clock face in the same dark grey. Even from expensive brands, so you would think they employ Actual Designers. It is beyond me that they don’t see that you can’t read the bloody thing. You would think the product manager would weigh in here, but they’re often senior designers promoted into the job.
    Error #23: not getting feedback from a non-designer.

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  • Great video, but solve the issue “connect and activate”. It doesn’t work! Or enable manual activation again. I don’t want to share my site credentials!

  • Thanks as always, Simon! I use spacers when setting background images on columns. I find that if I want to add a border radius to a column with a background image then it won’t apply unless there is some kind of content within that column. By adding the spacer this overcomes this issue. Also, when optimising the height of columns with backgrounds on tablets/phones, I cannot set the column height without a spacer inside. Keep up the Monday Masterclasses:)

  • While spacers might almost not useful at all, but sometime it does come in handy,
    for example:

    I know this may sound silly…

    When we build a blank column with an image as a background, but without any widget, so we can put spacer inside it, and play with the amount of spacer, and voila, there you have it, an image as the background:D

    For beginners, this spacer widget is very useful, since the most of them don’t understand with margins and paddings yet (well unless you guys make it easy, so we can adjust the space between widgets, columns and section only by using our mouse (by dragging it like divi and oxygen)

  • Personally, I use the spacer widget for managing animated background transitions etc it would be handy to keep it for these cases.

  • My #1 common mistake is clicking on a button or image to edit it, but, it then opens the link attached to it in the Elementor layout window.

  • sometimes a pop-up screen appears when I enter the software “the host is not set to full resolution. Tracking at reduced resolution can be faster but is less accurate. Do you wish to continue tracking at proxy resolution?” I don’t know what to do? thank you

  • Suggestion for a Monday Masterclass: how to convert an existing site from “legacy themes” to an “Elementor site” (producing your new Elementor theme on the flight).

  • Elementor misses global margin / padding for sections.
    Don’t use elementor gadgets to adjust content, use proper css stylesheet which will reduce your assets by 80%…

  • Very informative, Gerald thanks for the overview. Inspired me to make my own step chart (printer inaccuracies aside) to see what my X-T2 was doing in f-log. Surprised to see that the f-log to 709 LUT didn’t exactly linearize the steps and kept the ‘X’ somewhat squashed around mid grey. The idea of using curves in addition to the mfr LUT never occurred to me, but it works.

  • Why is the image size an issue? The img tags has the sizes and srcset attributes. There’s also the CSS object-fit property with can be used with the img tag in a similar way to a background image?

  • my block: fear of exposure. solution to the fear of exposure: baby steps. form one on one live connections in public. word of mouth. direct to channel/website, hand out one free paperback book a week. establish intimate community connections who may in turn bring more supporters. to see my goals starting with getting an important message out to those who care and choose to listen, and not concerning myself on profits from book sales. keep the introverted spiritual home in order. shine bright with authenticity and curiosity. The Introverts Passion Product Solution. Cheers!

  • Very informative, thank you. You have a good voice, if you don’t also do voice-work you should consider it. Now, my sole criticism: white desk, blank background–it’s very antiseptic, to the point of distraction. Consider some type of background–you could change it up for each episode, just for fun.

  • Personally I loved the idea of Space Widget:) It just feels so easy and nice to use. Very good experience for me, but didn’t know it will affect the site in any way, thanks for letting know:) If the feature makes a technical problems, even best ux won’t save it:)

  • Thanks for making these types of videos Gerald! I do think you could of expanded on the color correction part after you have applied the contrast, this is where I think a lot of people struggle. Also using some real faces to demonstrate the different corrections would help people visualize what is happening to the image vs the charts. The charts are great, from a technical view point, but its nice to see what is really happening to a face when you apply some of those different extremes. Keep up the good content!! Thanks again.

  • yeah great tutorial for everyone. Here I would like to know is, when should we use margin or padding to create spacing between row, what is the difference? and the different between EM and %

  • concerning the gear a new you tuber should have..if we start with a low budget gadgets i.c our mobile phone etc is it ok? if later on we can make the transition in to a better equipment and our quality difference on our videos is obvious between old and new videos is that bad?

  • I added background color to the section But which is not showing in the live page when I open in other or same browser it’s showing background color only while editing kindly help me to come out of this


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  • I have a problem with Elementor, I try to fix space under footer copyright, but won’t work. Can you help me with fixing it? Check my site and what I mean. https://www.sun-surf-yoga-beach.com

  • 6:13 The term “leading” is pronounced ledding. When texts were still printed with metal type, compositors would increase line spacing by adding additional strips of lead between lines of texts.

  • Help! I recently switched my theme to Hello. I set the default colors for my website at the start YAY! I didn’t make that mistake. But Hello isn’t picking up the colors for things like buttons for example in WOOCommerce. I’m getting that (horrible) purple-pink Hello color. Do I have to change the Hello CSS to get rid of that purple-pink and have the theme pick up my brand colors?

  • Something I don’t understand around 3:00 where you show the greyscale through different exposures, the chips above middle grey get closer together. But the opposite happens for me. When I view my waveform, the trace is tightly packed in the shadow zone, and as I open the iris (raise exposure) from around 30% it opens up, from there the trace maintains the same shape as I open the iris further up until the white chip reaches the max. So I’m curious why your trace is being compressed as you raise exposure, while mine opens up?

    I have similar results between S-Log2/3. Help me understand what’s going on here?

  • For those of us who have used the Spacer widget quite a bit, having the widget suddenly removed will wreck our layouts. We didn’t know we shouldn’t be using the Spacer until you put out this video. Having it available to use along with the other widgets implies that it’s safe to use (there’s no disclaimer or warning in the editor saying not to use it or that it will be phased out). Elementor also suggests using the Spacer in other instructional videos on this channel.

  • Humbled! I learned a ton. Anyone else ever managed to not connect the dots that the photo sizes in the XD design comp are literally the sizes you need to crop images to for the site? doh.

  • Nobody explains all this craziness better! Thank you. Ollie Kenchington has also done a great instructional going from the ColorChecker Video using Resolve. Worth the watch for a beginner. It’s on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/431446955

  • Some nice tips.
    But the audio quality needs to be reviewed. It seems like you are using the wrong (type of) microphone for the room (which sounds untreated, perhaps consider using a more appropriate mic) and you’re close enough to the microphone which makes the reverbs even worse.

  • Removing the spacing element could cause huge workflow disruptions and eliminate tweaking options for an old stalwart. Suddenly removing it because there are other options could turn out to backfire badly. Think ease of use and intuitiveness, not learning master-elementor design techniques. After all, that’s what the whole Elementor theme is about! Could it really be that this element has no use, no other function, even for experts? If there truly are none, in the meantime, publish good videos on all the different ways the spacing element is used that could be done faster, easier, more intuitively and more effectively with easier and simpler alternatives. Then let the old skin fall off when it’s ready, not because expert users know other ways of doing things. If users have one tool that can do 10 different things, they may not want to switch to learning 10 different tools to accomplish the same thing.

  • Im still curious as to how one could know where to pull/push their S curve if they are not working with an image with that clear X from the graph. Like how can one evaluate where middle gray sits, w/o a middle gray card, just working with a normal shot?

  • Correct me if I’m wrong but:
    1. SEO is NOT impacted by space/spacers. It simply ignores them (like other code), so shouldn’t impact your site ranking, and Google have not made any indication otherwise.
    2. Spacers are used when you need the same spacing on desktop and mobile formatted sites. Margins and padding are fine, but they can throw out your alignment between shifting screen resolutions (mobile/desktop/4K desktop/tablet).
    3. Elementor v2.7 Beta has renamed SPACER to DIVIDER and you are putting a lot more effort into spacers/dividers it seems.

    The really annoying bug is white text editing with the left hand side editor. Impossible to see the text.

  • Sections? 
    Should Sections be focused on content or does it matter much?
    It seems that unless you need a section’s background to be unique a whole page could be built with one section. 

    I’m getting the feeling that this isn’t necessarily the best way to go for content organization, page flexibility and that there may be SEO reasons to build a page with multiple sections….. on the flip side does the use of addition sections add to page bloat… more than a single section would?

    So even if there is no background or any other margin or padding changes should a unique section be used to design the page for each subject/focus i.e. First Section: subject heading, sub-heading, subject content, Second Section: subject 2 etc, etc, etc., Third Section: subject 3 etc, etc, etc.?

    Thank you and great video… (removing spacers now 😉

  • I use the spacer to add in images, please do not take it away!!! It is amazing for adding in images that don’t look good when using the image widget! I add the image as the background of the spacer!!!! I learnt this technique from watching your tutorials as you guys do this alot!!!

  • Hey.. Dovey, greetings from Indonesia and I would like to say Thanks For the video and also for the people that you invited them to can shared their story. You guys are awesome. It’s really help me a lot as remind I am a Beginner. Keep doing your great video. Cheers ��

  • Thank you for this video,theres Something i struggle with and it’s the closed hihat at low bpm,i can’t get it hitting at 0 DB VU with 18 db headroom without clipping,it’s impossible.

  • Why not using a template such as Neve and importing a demo page to accommodate it to your needs? That way you get a general style and looking for your website.

  • It would be super handy to have some way to resize/reframe images from within Elementor. In Squarespace, they give you a handle at the bottom on an image that you can drag to ‘re-window’ an image on the fly, as well as change the focal point within the image. Definitely worth checking that out and possibly implementing something similar in Elementor! ��

  • I’m not letting anyone get a free rotate on me. And I’m not gonna stop grieving. It’s how people get kills now and there’s nothing we can do about it. And plus, I couldn’t care less if I grief little Timmy because it’s just a game and he’ll get over it. I know that for a fact because I get grieved all of the time and I do get mad at first but eventually I get over it.

  • Started being a YouTuber and doing everything alone,, I found so many things to learn to make life so daunted.Yet I feel lucky and privileged because of the people like you teaching the newbies everything so generously and effectively. Really appreciated and thank you million times.

  • I got banned for 24hrs for not killing him while rotating cause the person spectating me reported for teaming so I don’t completely agree

  • Jerian what about shaking down when boxed up and there team mates are hiding what if u don’t know there hiding near the box how can they survive whoever’s mid shake is not easy survive

  • Idea for more jerian: challenges in public matches
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  • If you put a gain plugin over the mix bus would that affect the sound quality or it doesn’t affect the quality it just make it louder?

  • Amazing video! I had the low fader syndrome but know I’ve learnt, add a gain plugin on all my tracks!! Thank you for this video mate

  • This is my first time watching your vid and i subbed cause you state up talk about the vid and not like shuffle gamer or other cringe youtubers and don’t fake or clickbate you’re the best ��

  • Taking a wall on controller if you don’t switch to shotgun before editing the wall, you’ll be left on your pickaxe after you do the edits and exit build mode, then be trying to switch to shotgun with the opponent ready to shoot you. Any way around this?

  • The BIGGEST mistake of all time is not subscribing to the people you watch all the time like if you sub you can see their vids when they come out and support them so why not,

    You should also sub to me

  • Always learned that we have to down all faders about -5 to 8 DB for the purpose of not clipping the master fader when we start a mix session. Using gain reduction on the master fader doesn’t mean to volume down a already cliping signal?

  • hey there. what i really don’t get is, why we bring down or up the level of loudness with the gain plug in, instead of just moving the channel strip fader? thank you very much for the amazing tutorials. i appreciate it a lot

  • Thanks for making this. I haven’t made music in like 7-8 years so I’d forgotten a lot of stuff and just watching videos like this helps me realize mistakes I was making in the past that I can avoid now once I start again….Solid video and straight to the point.

  • In Pro Tools, the proper way to fix initial gain is using the clip gain feature, right? Anyone with insight on the matter? It makes it pretty intuitive to just fix it at the source clip so you don’t have issues with inconsistent takes on the same track. I’ve honestly only ever used FL and PT so idk how it works in other programs.

  • I mix ok, but loudness is a pain. Oddly I changed limiters, and some odd way???? I was able to somehow grab a few leaks into slight red. Sounded fine. I have no clue why?

  • Great video Rob, siyabonga. Definitely the low level fader syndrome but I mostly do it to keep a reference of what I want the mix to feel like. I send reset fader stems at 0dB when sending for someone to mix. Can that approach be a cure for the syndrome?

  • The linear in-camera setting was the most perfect out of all of the images and took zero work. I get that log footage inherently has more dynamic range to start, but by the time you add curves and contrast and stretch it around until you have a normal looking image, you’re basically back to where you started. I don’t understand what shooting log gets you other than a massive time investment in post and headaches over trying things to look proper.

  • This was excellent, and you made the concept very clear. Thanks so much! I’ve made the low fader syndrome mistake a few times, but not no more after this.

  • This is great but then what are we supposed to do, just turn out system volume up and up to compensate? At what point do we get a finished product where we don’t have to blast the volume on either the audio interface or monitors? Also if we’re just using Logic instruments, why is there such an enormous range of volume levels between them?

  • Really nice video as always! Thank you so much! Just a quick question: after finishing reccording/producing, should I mix straight on the same project or bounce every track and mix in a new project? Thank you!

  • I agree that it is way preferable to stay bellow 0dbfs when recording, but averaging -18dbfs seems excessively low to me, especially if you’re stuck with a preamp that’s a bit noisy, since you need to mind the noise/signal ratio if you’re going to later amplify that recording or sum a lot of recorded layers on top of one another. Also, considering that floating point bit depth gives you extra headroom before clipping, I always try to average between -3 and -12dbfs on the way in, depending on the Dynamics of the source. That way I avoid summing noise on noise when I mix a lot of recorded tracks together. So playing it safe at -18dbfs is probably the best advice for novice engineers, but IMHO you gotta start taking more risks after you dominate the basics if you wanna up your game

  • I work straight ITB and use analog emulation on virtually everything, and unless the functions of a plugin are blatantly obvious, I always read the manuals. I’m not aware of one single VST that is calibrated for -18dbfs peaks. They are usually calibrated for 0VU=-18db RMS, and the peak values of that can vary as much as the transient content on your audio. Even if you don’t read manuals, a lot of analog emulation VST have VU meters in which you can clearly see this relationship.
    So honestly no idea where the notion of peaking at -18dbfs comes from, and why would be useful in any context.

  • he said mix like the pros…………. PROS DON’T USE GAIN PLUGINS!!!!! watch your levels from plugin to plugin, find the sweet spot of each plugin in the chain GAIN STRUCTURE WITHOUT GAIN PLUGINS!!!!!!!!!!! P.S. GET ON STUDIO ONE 4.6!!! THE LOGIC PRO X YOU’RE USING IS HALF THE PROBLEM!!!!!!

  • Super helpful. Thank you so much. I’ve used this method recently (without realizing it) so it’s good to see that I’m on the right track!

  • Thank you so much for this great tutorial before that I am dealing with the designing a lot but now I know which points to keep in mind while designing:)

  • With regard to clipping the master bus, why not just bring the channel gains down a lit bit more until the master bus isn’t clipping. It doesn’t seem right to me putting a gain on the master? Whatever is going to it is obviously too much?

  • It took me a while to realize my insert clip had to be the same resolution as my tracked clip. This video is definitely a must have and is greatly appreciated. I would love to see some in-depth tutorials on using the mesh warp for things like adding tattoos, scars, ect.

  • Mmmh, this video is about 2 years old, but I feel the need to react:

    I would NEVER start by putting a gainor trim-plugin on the masterbus: not even on group-busses. I would however put a true-peak-limiter on the (second to last slot of the) masterfader instead and set it to -3dBFS (and allow it to be touched just lightly and occasionally when mixing).

    I would ONLY put gain-plugins on audiotracks for gainstaging, but most of the time I use clip-gain in ProTools, to adjust levels on a per-clipbasis

    I would then arrange and route all tracks into group-/auxilary-busses and put a compressor on each bus starting at 1:1 ratio (so it essentially bypasses). If your gainstaging on the audiotracks is set correctly, then you probably don’t need any gainstaging on the bus-INPUT, to prevent the bus from clipping. But, if the masterbus still clips (or in this case: if the limiter is being hit hard) you could adjust the inputgain of the compressor and/or dial in a proper amount of compression and set (negative or positive) make-upgain (outputgain) to get a proper level out of the groupbusses into the master-bus.

    By putting a gain-plugin in the beginning of the chain, on an audio-track, indeed you INCREASE the headroom for mixing.
    But If you put a gain-plugin on the masterbus, at the end of the miixing chain, you effectively REDUCE the headroom for mixing (especially at the extreme setting of around -12dB). In my opinion that works counterproductive.

  • Hey Rob, Im always looking your videos, you are amazing! Now I have a question: Why you used a Gain plugin instead of adjust the volume just with the faders?
    Im sorry about my english, I send you a hug from Argentina!

  • What is the actual point of faders if not to be used for controlling the volume? I use Fruity Balance to control my levels anyway but have been wondering what is the purpose of them at all

  • I have a question about which element in the hierarchy I should put margin and padding on. Sometimes I go back and I have to click on everything in navigator trying to locate the one I adjusted. Also, the reason I often use columns for spacing is that layout cleans up much more nicely in mobile version. Tips on adjusting for other screens might be nice too.

  • Very well explained, but frankly, while this makes much sense, and probably more so for people recording instruments, for others that work entirely in the digital domain, this mainly relates to recording vocals and nothing else.

    I don’t get why use a gain tool when I can use the channel fader, unless I need to drastically increase gain. Perhaps I will find use for it with vocals recorded around -18 dB.

    Use gain tools because faders scale logarithmic? Who moves these with the mouse pointer anyway? I either use the mouse wheel or input the values directly, which negates the claimed problem.

    The tip about recording vocals a bit lower to hit my preamp’s sweet spot, iwas new to me so thanks for that:)

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  • hey everyone! Can someone explain the difference between using gain staging and simply adjusting the fader? I’m using all digital I believe.

  • Thanks Gerald, we are forever grateful!!! One question tho: For a shot that is not properly exposed, is it better to apply the manufacturers lut before doing luminance correction or the other way around, or does it not make a difference?

  • Thank you, i really liked this explanation… and i think this video goes fine together with this one i recently watched “Finally Understanding Levels and Clipping” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-TpPLzRpsU&t=5s

  • Hi, I’m following the advice for gain staging on your website: I’m putting a gain plugin on a track, then a VU meter (set at 18Dbfs) on the Master. I solo the track and adjust the gain so it reads 0 on the VU meter that’s on the Master. This however, on some tracks results in the track meter to go in the red, even if it still peaks at 0 on the master VU meter. Shouldn’t all tracks peak at around -18Dbfs in the track meter if they peak at 0 on the VU? I’m not understanding. (Using Ableton Live 9 btw).

  • so right now I add stuff like eq and side chain compression b4 I bounce out stems. Does doing that affect what happens when I bounce out the stems to gain stage or do I do that b4? Im kinda lost on that part. what I normally do is make the tracks, add the plugins, bounce the stems and mix.

  • Color choices are arbitrary unless you know your audience. @ 2:01 these colors are great if you are talking to 18 year olds who do a lot of DIY web pages and snapchat design of crazy stuff they are making on their own.

  • Idea for more jerian. Talk about how the old map should return. (What POIs will be there, if swimming will be a thing, what BIOMES should be there and what physics in general)

  • Great video mate.. Its always my biggest issue in mixing, i for example have a kick and a clap which are totally fine individually but together they could end up clipping +5db on the stereo out already.. when i for example lower the volume of the clap, its not doing its job anymore (it gets too quiet and creates no punch anymore).. what would you do in that case?

  • There a technique or however u spell it, its in a game called gears 5 and you bounce from wall to wall to dodge shots, comes in handy

  • Making more than one major change at a time: This was a mistake I made when I first started using elementor, as everything seemed so easy to change and move around, but moving too quickly also means that it can be difficult to track down any errors afterwards. So I recommend a step-by-step approach.

  • Tbh, gain staging should begin at the recording / production stage, you should be able to press play with all the faders at 0 and it be (atleast) a good balanced result with at least -12 db headroom on the master bus.

    Benefits of this are, faders not being nulled results in minor drops of quality, the engineer doesn’t have to make production choices for you (eg what element is important), the level of movement of faders to dB is a lot more controlled.

    Lastly in my opinion, go for changing the gain on the audio itself (in logic you click on the region and in the drop down on the top left of the screen you can change it there) using this to change the gain saves issues, less processing etc etc!

  • Nice, I do no.6 alot, lack of resolution I immediately understod what you meant there, this will definitely fix my fine tuning problem. Thnks

  • But if you are lowering the gain significantly in every track and busses to make it so it stays just below clipping levels, how will the rendered music be loud…?

  • And the most-common mistake made by digital age designers: they don’t know anything about typesetting. LOL! You marked yourself as an amateur when you pronounced leading as “LEEDing.”

  • The Fear thing hit home for me, fear of rejection can be very crippling if you let it. Time to rise above that and do what I love to do.

  • Is like to see a comparison between footage shot in log and corrected vs shot without log in “regular” standard. I want to see if you can even tell the difference

  • Could you do an exposure correction (if it was shot over/under for the Lut) on a first node and then apply the Lut on the second node? Or is that even necessary? The footage I usually get is documentary run and gun and proper exposure is a luxury, most of the time. Thank you for your time!

  • This is what I have been looking for.. Thank you so much Jeven Dovey for putting together this incredible pool of ideas from all those amazing personalities. This went straight to my soul. Thank you

  • I love your video, great info for design students. One comment I have is the term leading is pronounced like a lead pencil not like i’m leading you down the path.
    It refers to a time when people typeset with lead type. “Lead” was placed in between lines according to the amount of space desired.

  • Hey, Gerald. Great video. I love the way you maintain an understandable and practical approach while giving a scientific overview of camera features and video specs. It looks awesome especially after watching most of camera reviewers making complete fools of themselves. The “quick grade” you keep mentioning well, I’m tired of facepalming myself after hearing those words in another Canon-Nikon-Sony review. Or people calling picture temperature and tint “color science”. Just one thing about your video I think it would be a good idea to mention that Davinci has a software implementation to interpret Log and HLG footage in a correct way a build in plugin Color Space Transform. Using LUT’s isn’t a jedi’s way because, as you have shown, the result is not consistent and requires additional tweaking depending on exposure and other factors. Color Space Transform on the other hand works on any video and is very flexible. Hope that helps.))

  • Pls get him to 1 mil he deserves it and it will make him happy he helped me get better at the game and he is an awesome content creator

  • THANK YOU for making videos like this. I’m an experienced stills photographer planning to film my first movie sometime next year, and I’ve avoided jumping into color grading and LUTs and picture profiles because it seemed so daunting. I use a lesser program to Resolve to edit what I do now, again, because while I know Resolve is better, the learning curve seems/feels so much steeper. For the last month, I’ve been watching your videos like crazy, shooting test footage, and dipping my toe in the water with all of these things. You have made it so much easier and so much more approachable. I would STILL be avoiding it if not for videos like this.

  • Great video Gerald! So I guess I should have a shot of my camera with the color chart from wich I can create a LUT that I can apply to my shots.

  • My braaaaaaiiiin ������ Thank you so much, Gerald! Would you mind speaking to the issue Matti recently made a video on about Premiere’s display gamma being for broadcast standards and the lut adobe made for Mac displays? I’m struggling to fully understand it. It’s too dark for PC when using the lut but just right for Mac. Ha my brain is in pain with all the color management stuff these days ha

  • *FEATURE REQUEST:* It is sometimes a little bit difficult to forecast, which foto dimensions we will use. Therefore it would be really great to have the possibility to define the size and frame it somehow intuitively inside Elementor. That would be awesome.

  • Thank you Jeven!! I am just starting out, getting comfortable and navigating my niche. Hearing you say that forcing a video to maintain consistency will not benefit growth put me at ease. I also like the reminder to communicate with audiences, a valuable tip to maintain integrity:)

  • Hey Gerald! Is there any reason as to why i shouldn’t just use the Colorspace Transform instead of this manual mess? 😉 Say LogC or what have you to rec709?

    Nice video as always!

  • Half way through my first of 39 viewings of this video.
    Why can’t I just edit my colour grades in Capture One or Lightroom where I’m comfortable?? Haha

  • Great video but how do you know your doing it right with actual footage when you don’t have an X. Also how to know what is supposed to be middle grey without a chart. I guess I’m ideal conditions we can make our own luts but with run and gun and changing conditions I get confused.

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  • I loved these tips -especially with not variety content point lol and also I like how many people talked about creating content that fills our buckets creatively… It sucks bc I know I’m doing what I enjoy but I also want to venture and learn more like about cinematography n b roll. Overall great content though! Second time watching it lol

  • This is wonderful and incredibly informative. It helps in understanding linear versus log and putting a log recording to become properly “linear” in post. Would it be possible for you to use that fancy new contraption to do a dynamic range test between the out-of-camera linear image and a corrected log image?

  • It’s probably too much to ask. I’m wondering if the testing photos can be downloaded, so that the people who are interested can do some tests by themselves and share with the community. Thanks!

  • Hi Gerald, super useful.
    My question, why not to start with the exposure / Gain to get the middle gray to 50% then we use the curve to fix the white and the dark gray?
    is that going to mess the footage? coz that is what I do usually and I don’t know if that is helpful or not, please advice.
    thank you!

  • It’s always fun to peak behind the curtain. you demystify the technology enough to make us thing we can do this. And I guess we can in a sense.

  • So much value on this videos man, you don’t just throw what to do at us, you show us with graphs and exemples and that makes a HUGE difference. I learn what I’m doing and why. Hands on my favorite channel

  • Is there a way to detect, in already created pages incidents of the spacer element or the inner section? I’d love to go through and remove/modify these.

  • This feels wrong. Complex solution using the curve because it’s just not the tool you should be using. Use the Level tool, completely crop out the unused Highlights and the Shadows. The Curve tool is used to interpolate with a slight delta to each values, but what you do when you adjust the Log image is re-define the start and end of the usable spectrum. Cropping the highlight and shadows… Cut it out entirely, don’t interpolate. If you know how to use a Hammer, everything looks like a nail, but sometimes, a Saw might be better 😉

  • Is this also true for Reason? There’s a Reason Studio’s vid (Ryan’s Tips or something) about clipping saying it doesn’t matter what the channels say only the final Master channel, and even that can go right up to 0db in mastering because a Maximizer will stop it going over… I find it all very confusing: can’t keep track of what level to record at vs prep mix vs volume mix vs master so any help from anyone much appreciated!

  • Oh wow. Thanks buddy. I had serious issues grading my C200 raw footage. You paved the way. Pulled out my color chart, followed you directions and “boom!” my raw footage is now usable. Very useful. Thanks again.:-)

  • Does anyone know a similar feature in premiere pro, to the “pivot” here in davinci? I’ve always wanted to experiment on advanced grading on Premiere

  • So I bought the leeming pack and use it with my A7iii, will those same luts work when my A7Siii arrives or are updated luts needed for that?

  • How do you set up your project’s colour management in DaVinci Resolve when working with log formats? There seems to be a number of approaches all of which produce slightly different results. It can be rather confusing.

  • how can I prepare the size of my images in advance as stated here? Can someone help me out? I am new to this and I am trying to learn, so please excuse me. I already understand about the size weight of the images and how it needs to be small etc. What I struggle most is setting the width of images for a website. As per the video I was wondering how more experienced designers do their workflow regarding images for the upload to WordPress. Any help would be great! thank you!

  • It’s very difficult to find people (Youtubers especially) who really know from a technical standpoint what they are talking about and are actually technically competent, considering most only give generic and basic information to try and sell tremendous LUTS. I think it’s safe to say your videos are contributing to school a new generation of more competent videographers. Thank you. ❤️

  • Thanks so much! I’d been struggling for years with the curves. All the tutorials say to make an S curve. Since I ETTR, it didn’t work. I tried your ‘inverted log curve’ today, works perfectly. And so quickly, too! ��

  • 1:07 using incompatible themes
    2:42 Don’t use empty elements / use padding or margin
    4:28 incorrect use of inner section
    5:21 Not disabling cache
    7:38 Using wrong sized images
    9:00 Not setting default colors

  • You’re obviously a sharp guy trying to figure stuff out on your own while evolving since your first videos and trying to create a youtube business but there’s an unbelievable amount of wrong information here. You’re not oversimplifying, just your understandings are mistaken. You don’t get what resolve is doing with contrast with “squishing” and “expanding”, lack a fundamental understanding of color science, according to how you explain things and are using the chart incorrectly. It would take a book length comment to break down everything else. I‘ve read and seen in your other videos you don’t handle criticism well but figured I’ll point out what nobody else is. Watch a video from a professional colorist, please, or read a book. I’ve read that you ban critics so have at it if you must but I’d say don’t get mad, use criticism to grow.

  • Why -6 db though? Is this a preference or what? Everyone says that there is no right way to mix and master, and I usually go with my gut feeling when something is too loud or too low, but my mixes usually top out at about 0 to 2 to 3 db and it sounds fine to me on my speaker and headphones? Anybody know of any other videos like this explaining this? Or your info would be great? Thanks

  • Thanks for the video, I was hoping that you also explain the difference between “primary wheels” contrast and “log wheels” contrast.

  • As an aspiring colorist I appreciate the depth you went into and that you’re comparing to scopes, not relying on your eyes. Why not use a color space transform instead of curves adjustments for the initial contrast correction?

  • I have just started…now I got 131 subs but l lot 16 subs that’s driving me nuts..I can’t even get sleep����…but this motivates me…I will do what I love to do,I will be me..not someone else����peace out

  • The best use case of spacer is when u try to separate a complete section from another one. For that i see it as a better & faster solution than margins. Otherwise, it’s better not to be used inside sections.

  • I still don’t really understand this. Getting stuff below -6 is easy, but then isn’t it just going to go up above -6 again as a I mix? I’m baffled. If I have something too hot, it’s probably because I can’t hear it. So what’s the point of turning it down if I’m going to have to turn it back up?

  • thanks for this its good to share mistakes so others can learn from them. and good to remind that failure doesnt mean you cant do it or need to stop doing it. not a sprint its a marathon..

  • It’s not here is 12 mistakes but here are 12 mistakes because that’s the correct grammar because here refers to a multiple noun which the word mistakes is plural not singular.

  • If you guys can produce more tutorials, that will reduce the chance of bad habits or but logics picked up from other Youtube tutorials.

  • I am brand new and trying to put it together to get started and I really liked hearing what all of you had to say. very very helpful and motivating.

  • This was so informative…helpful…and really took off a lot of the pressure. Thank all of you so much for doing this. I will check out all of your channels. Update: I just looked at the other channels. All of you are amazing. Your intro videos are AWESOME!!!!!!!!! Thank you, again, for your wisdom from experience.

  • Ok…I do plan on starting a channel, thank you for the awesome video. A few things though, I don’t think I see anyone have a donate link, does policy not allow it or something?

  • Think this was VERY helpful to listen to. I hear so many people say collab and make YouTube friends but this is where I fall down. People I know or meet like me for five minutes then gonoff with others I find it very hard to keep YT buddies boo hoo to me haha.

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  • Up to now i have made Nothing but Mistakes…

    the thing is i live in a country where no-one helps no-one.. it’s a Sad Sad place. i am trying to change this with my videos explaining how the human mind works and why people do all the things they do. to fix a problem you have to first understand the facts about the problem.

  • I think all the points are valid yet, paradoxically, many of the ugly examples of ‘bad’ design are more eye catching than the polished ‘professional designer’ text. I think it’s all a matter of scale. If you’re selling eggs from your porch then a catchy hand painted sign is probably better than a professionally made one that’s suitable for a corporation, such as Google.

  • 25:48 I am shooting with a Fujifilm XT-3 and I actually couldn’t find any white paper or other technical documentation that explains how F-log should be exposed… Does anyone find some documents about Fujifilm log? I am curious to read about it.

  • I relate so much with the marketing and content focus, I’m so convinced some of the worse videos I put out were the ones I shared to all social media pages, hoping marketing could save it, which ended up with low retention and often died within 2-3 days. Some of the best videos were videos I made out of interest, either got busy with life, never bothered marketing it, and it organically blossomed. Probably would also add that the algorithm is hard to predict, some videos go viral for a week, then almost never get watched again afterwards. Others start still barely move in the beginning, then somehow magically gets picked up and goes viral later on!

  • Learning from mistakes is the best strategy to grow success your video really helps the beginner like me thanks everyone in the making this video.

  • Hello…

    I want to know how do you create the parallax effect in the 8.11? I tryied to create this with no luck. My problem is that when i scroll… the background keeps on moving at a lower pace, but not sticky at all…

    How can i achieve this effect, please? Thank you

  • I was worried about my views on my channel…the reality is that you should think about the content of the video…. viewership will increase gradually……best wishes from my side to all YouTubers out there ✌️✌️

  • This is really good content, I don’t often make videos but your tutorials help me understand things a lot. Thank you for the great work.

  • Hi Jeven. Im thinking about starting a channel that features masonry, carpentry, and Metal fab. is that too much of three different things? I have seen videos of a guy who does metal and wood. seems to be doing fine.

    thanks Jeff

  • Please don’t get rid of the space widget! Like the other comments below we use it for background images. Besides Astra starter sites use it in their templates

  • The term “leading” is properly pronounced “ledding.” It comes from the (ancient) method of hand typesetting in which thin bars of metal-lead-were dropped in between lines of text to add space between the lines.

  • This was truly helpful and inspiring. I am preparing myself to launch my own channel, and keep finding excuses to postpone the “big day”, such as my hair looks frizzy, the light is not good, etc. Your tips and mistakes have given me the push I needed it to press “record”. I will let you know how it goes! Thank you very much.

  • Your point about search engines.. dead wrong. I agree don’t use columns etc.. but google won’t drop your rankings for this kind of thing.

    Please don’t spread myths!

  • I’ve just started my Youtube journey.Thank you so much for showing me these mistakes. if you are reading this and what to start your own channel i have 2 thing to say to you
    1. Do what you love
    it will motivate you to keep creating and keep coming up with new ideas.
    2. Don’t worry about messing up words or getting things wrong
    most of the time you can just edit it out in post and sometimes making mistakes (and keeping them in the video) makes you seem more human and relatable.

    Hope this help:)

  • Focus and be consistent to what you have to acheive. Learning from from your mistakes, patience and constant improving is the key to success. I hope many of you watching this video would get huge success IA.

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  • Wow, it is very refreshing to see a Youtube video that gets straight to the point, has no filler, and no pandering to algorithm’s (hit that subscribe, smash that bell, etc.). Just pure content and very well done. Love it. But get a better mic, haha.

  • This was very helpful. I just started a channel and am working on identifying my niche. I am going to check out the Golden Hour podcast that was mentioned. Enjoy the day!

  • The word ‘leading’ originates from the strips of lead hand-typesetters used to use to space out lines of text evenly. The word leading has stuck, but essentially it’s a typographer’s term for line spacing. Lead as in the metal, not lead as in ‘leading a team’ etc.

  • Sidney’s point hits home wayy too hard for me. I started my channel 5 years ago and I am just now starting to post more consistently. (I have even taken down my oldest videos because I’m embarrassed at how sporadic they were) I wish I hadn’t let my fear/perfectionism get in the way.

  • so incredibly helpful!! You really gave me a better understanding of what’s happening when I apply the technical LUT and how to fix it if I miss exposure! Thanks!

  • I Have to love this tips because i’ve started a channel and i work hard to get a realistic and original channel, i think every channel need to have their personal style thats awesome.

  • Thank you for this info that it is good lesson for beginner. anyway, I am preparing for my first video that makes me nervous. thanks to know you guys I hope you be the one of my subscribers even whatever my video is to be. but I’m sure your info is could help me before I start my first video.

  • I paid for Adobe after effects, and P Pro a week ago….. I still cant get any video to track how I want..I’m very disappointed. My mocha tracking data does not transfer and track the null object no matter what I do.

  • Colour university in a box:D Excellent look into the complexities of bashing log footage into shape! Thanks as always for the shoutout:) In terms of “overexposure” vs the manufacturers’ exposure numbers, I’ve never understood their mindset, since they throw away so many stops of highlight range with their recommendations. I figure, the sensor has X number of stops, so why not use them all? Seems a waste to buy a 13 stop camera for example, and only expose the bottom (noisiest) six or seven stops! My LUTs treat the full sensor dynamic range as the starting point, since I buy a 13 stop camera to use the whole 13 stops:D Keep up the great work and I’m glad you have a DSCLabs chart now as it makes it easier to see how accurate my LUTs are. Cheers, Paul:)

  • I don’t feel he has a good grasp of concept in his examples. Sometimes the poor example is way better than his given example. It is almost like he is reiterating what he learned at school rather than practical application.

  • Is there a cheat sheet of what tracking to use? I want add some animated birds into the far distance on a mountain, the camera is also moving away from the mountain. Do I use a transform track? Or camera solve?

  • Thankyou soooooooooooooo much..
    I was so much in need for this video..
    Specially the last two mistakes..

    #Thanks a lot

  • Hi, I’m having trouble applying the surface correctly, I think. The track is not steady, and I have tried just about everything I know to fix it, but it still won’t work. Are you able to provide any examples of how to apply the surface to track a screen replacement, including the perspective changing?

  • My AE is crashing when I open mocha. I am using AE 2017 14.0.1. As soon as I apply the Mocha effect and click on mocha icon my AE crashes ��. Please help me

  • Hi Element team, I am not able to use the tool bar at the left of the screen to edit my home page, I don’t know what mistake I made. COuld you please help? Basically the menu bar is idle. Thanks

  • what does this mean:
    One or more layers were not tracked properly.
    Try increasing the minimum percentage of pixels used.
    It happens a number of times but not always thanks for the help

  • First time doing this in Mocha Followed all steps and while the Data is applied properly, my layer that i want to be tracked disappears when applying Export

  • I have a channel and I want to put up content about health, relationships and music. I wanted to make it a variety channel but then I want health to be the main thing cos am a doctor and most of my current videos are all about health. I want to start another channel but I don’t think I can handle having 2 channels so early in my YouTube journey. Could you please advice me

  • Hello ben, I have this weird problem, even when following your checklist. I made a nice tracking in mocha and looks great, but when I apply the tracking data to the clip, the corner points are some 20 pixels off the place the show inside mocha. I tried everything but can´t make them coincide. what can I make to fix this?

  • It was a excellent idea to create this video. Very useful! However, i’ve still have a big problem with Mocha in Ae. When you apply the tracking to a layer, nothing happens. I used to work with Mocha but this the first time I see that. Yet, the tracking is done. I have my animated nulls on my footage but it’s impossible to apply my tracking data. It’s a bug or Im’ getting crazy? Please any help?

  • For the problem #5 years ago I made a preset for AE. It adds a couple expressions to the insert layer and fixes the mismatch problem. No need to precompose layers:) you could download it here:

  • I want to make a video like AronAnimals.

    Please tell me how.

    Currently I am using Mocha Pro.

    You can judge the trace and my level in my video.

  • Hi, Gerald! Just discovered your channel weeks ago and loved it inmediately. Greetings from Spain! You make color grading easy to understand.

  • As a beginner, I tend to always look at the statistics and be ashamed of what I achieved even though I know for a fact that changes won’t happen overnight. Take the shot, follow through and if you missed, just keep hustlin’ eyyy.

  • Well I really enjoy using Visme, but this video was kind of boring to watch. I prefer the Visme videos that contain background music and the other cheerful/smiling presenter!!

  • All great advice! I’ve realized that I still have so much to learn, but it’s all part of the process. Looking forward to learning and improving on my YouTube journey!

  • Couldn’t watch for very long. Poor sound quality the second the presenter starts talking. And doesn’t get better either. Grating.:(

  • Dude so far over my head. I understood about 0 % of that. Any chance you could figure out a way to come up with a totally different way or method of how they having been doing things.

  • Too many object and shapes, that is the problem for me and all i guess. We fail to convey the message that we are trying to give, creating distraction. Human mind can focus on limited things at a time so do not put too many, economy of attention is most important to grab the attention. So make it simple and use only what is required. That is my realization so far.

  • Why can’t you just adjust the clip gain of each track? Why can’t you just lower the channels instead if inserting a gain plugin on the master? Sorry but these are not the best solutions to gain staging

  • Hi there all your videos are great. Please can you do a step by step video as to how u r at the fron of your videos and slides are back and you are still able to pin point at the right place. Many thanks

  • Im moving to PC soon I was on a console (Not saying bc of the Console war people ��) Any tips keybinds or just relatively any things I should try not to do and do while on PC?

  • Can I use Visme to do this kind of animation showed in this video? Can de download videos in the software and start to build on over it? I thought we could only download projects in html 5 code

  • I love being a Graphic Designer….but I also hate being a Graphic Designer, y’know? There’s no respect for our craft, people pick up a copy of Photoshop and boom they think they’re a designer. Worst still, they treat you like a tool, you spend hours on a design and they come in and say “change this, make this bigger….now make this purple, I like purple.” “Use comic sans, in fact make it all comic sans”.
    I’m specialising and getting the hell out of Graphic Design to preserve my sanity. (oh cool video btw)

  • I wanted to add that when I first started to use Elementor Pro I used that spacer a ton but as Elementor has learned, grown, and changed with the technologies (that have changed as well) I found as I got used to Elementor as I went along and educated myself with each release or change on the proper way to use some of the functions that I’m using it less and less and actually going through my pages and correcting all that kind of stuff. I was so shocked at just how many spacers I was using but also in how little difference it made when I removed them. so it had me questioning why I used them in the first place except for lack of knowledge:) Thanks for all the great info and reminders.

  • The video brings essential points across. Yes, the audio quality is poor. Would anybody know a better video? At least for beginners, this one here is pretty helpful. Thanks to the producers.

  • So many important lessons learned. I really like your teaching style, the detail you give and the pace at which you deliver it is perfect for my learning style! I save many of your videos to my own Elementor Tips file. Since i started using Elementor (now Pro) I rarely get overwhelmed any more while creating, so my creativity level remains at my highest! Thanks Elementor for the BEST creative toolbox in the world today!

  • I guess you meant to say that the solution for mistake #1 is to use COMPATIBLE themes (not incompatible as the label says). 😉 thx

  • Great I have learnt lot and still I have done all the mistake while tracking but this video made me to realise my mistake thanks Boris fx:)

  • Great Designers: You have to know the rules to break them intentionally and make a greater impact. Learn the basics first so you know how to be different.

  • Where or how would you add gain staging during the recording process? It looks like the video only demonstrated gain staging during mixing, but you brought it up in the beginning of the video.

  • Basically guys during production:

    1. Don’t touch the mixer faders!
    If you have, reset all of them now (especially the master!!!).
    2. Make sure the master has no effects plugins. Remove them now.
    3. Next make sure every sound has a mixer in your project.

    4a. Now use the master gain in your VST’s and samples to level match your output to -18dB.
    4b. Solo tracks to isolate them and check the levels. It’s necessary on some DAW’s.

    4c. You may even need to add a metering plugin to your master. Use SPAN. It’s free and shows you the true and peak DBFS.
    5. Check back and fourth that your faders are getting roughly consistent volumes.
    If so, great job!

    You’ll notice that in doing these simple things:
    1. Your track will sound much more professional.
    2. You’d have eliminated clipping before the sounds reach the effects and mixer.
    3. You will be able to mix with more control.

    Now to mix, make sure you’re in a studio environment and a very well treated room otherwise your room with fool your ears! Good luck!

  • Making mistakes is definitely the way I am learning. Gosh I made so many mistakes already but I can see that each video of mine gets a tiny bit better. I think the key takeaway here is rather make videos with “mistakes” than not make anything.

  • But all these channels are the same type of youtuber. They are all hipster self help infomercials. I could not tell half these guys apart.

  • Another good point is to go back and look at your work another day because when you look at the same document for a long period of time, you might not see something that looks off.

  • One of the things I want to see added is a transforming header button
    You can see it on our company site https://galileo-academy.nl
    its the contact button o the top.
    basically want I want is a static menu.
    On scroll however we want part of the menu turns into a hamburger, and keep some menu items as buttons.
    Where is this useful?
    Mainly Shop and Contact button.
    So when you scroll down you still have a fast way to access your small burger menu because it is on-scroll so it sticks to the top of your screen.
    But the most important menu buttons you can leave big so it attracts more attention, something like your shop. Or a shopping cart.
    What is the hard part and almost impossible without CSS:
    When you go from the full top menu to the scroll menu, it’s very hard to line up the button, so it feels as if only the contact button is on-scroll, yet the rest of the menu items transform into a
    burger menu.

  • Each episode is so amazing! �� I’m fan of Buck Studio, in this discussion they share their practices on ⚡️How to learn anything you want!⚡️

  • bit. ly/2QvF8BV
    Looking for an expert to create a professional logo for a very low price, link to very well known website that has many different designers.

  • I’m in my dotage, having worked as a graphic designer in the late 1960s. The most striking thing about this very sensible collections of mistakes is that it could have been produced in those days. It’s remarkable. There are some eternal truths. One point; leading is pronounced leding. Line spacing used to be done by lead strip. Nice video.

  • 6:14 it’s pronounced like ‘led-ding’. As in: the element Lead. That’s what letters used to be made out of. Leading is extra lead added in-between lines of text

  • All….till I understood how important it was before mixing stage. Now I do it like the Pro’s. No plugins. No Time. All because of guys like you Rob. Great video tutorials.

  • I’ve been a draftsman for about twenty years. I take this knowledge for granted. The concepts you listed are second nature to me. Good job.

  • I use the empty spacer widget only at the end of the page to separate footer, as we dont want to include any empty space margin into footer, or force anyone to remember to add bottom margin to every ending widget, and also, in the editor, it is easier to see a separate spacer widget st the end

  • Learn the Most Common Video Mistakes by Non Videographers:
    1. When using a green screen, step far enough away from it that you do not cast a shadow
    2. When using a green screen, film with a very fast shutter speed; you can introduce motion blur in post if it feels right, but having it already there makes green keying very difficult
    3. Don’t use your camera’s built-in microphone if you can help it
    4. Don’t boost your audio so much that it clips
    5. Cut off the beginning of your clip; don’t leave so much space where you’re not talking yet
    6. Look out for weird cuts like in 0:23
    7. It’s okay to do a quick fade out or swipe left to get rid of your visuals; you don’t need to do a jarring jump cut every time. This looks especially weird when there is not a cut in your real footage, so avoid it when you can.
    8. If there is motion blur in your footage, put some motion blur on your moving graphics as well
    9. Avoid filming with distracting elements (e.g. holding a laser pointer the entire time and not doing anything with it)
    If you need to do a jump cut with your footage and your visuals, do them at the same time; don’t space them apart like at 3:46
    10. If your jump cut isn’t a huge movement, there are transitions in some video softwares to hide them (Morph Cut in Premiere Pro, Smooth Cut in Resolve), and you should definitely do this if possible because jump cuts with small but noticeable movements can look very displeasing
    11. At 5:32, don’t say things like “Just a few more to go” because it’s completely irrelevant to the topic and distracts the viewer
    12. At 5:32, it’s even worse to say things like “Just a few more to go” because it encourages the viewer to feel bored and realise how long they’ve been watching
    13. At 5:32, it’s STILL WORSE to say things like “Just a few more to go” because you’re only about halfway through the video and that makes the viewer think you’re trying to mislead them
    14. Leave a tiny bit more space between your last line and the end of the video; it ends very abruptly
    15. I don’t have a fifteenth one for you. Which is sad, because I really wanted to roast you in the exact format of the video.

  • Nice. But i’m of the view that in the designers world nothing is a thumb rule actually, it is clients choice at the end which matters, if client want more or less colors you have to add/remove those, if he/she wants more or less text then you have to follow so in the designing or graphic world it’s all about clients choice.

  • FYI The word “leading” in typography rhymes with “bedding”, not “bleeding”. It comes from the word “lead” (as in metal), the material used for the spacers that separate lines of text in traditional typesetting. Otherwise, nice video.

    You got across your message very clearly and succinctly covering 15 elements of design, all which are important. Newbies could spend many hours watching videos on youtube and not learn half of what you covered!