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What I Wish I’d Known – Adding Subtitles to Videos

In this video, I describe a [relatively] easy method for adding subtitles to videos. Why would you want to do this? Well, beyond the obvious reasons like providing accessibility to interested individuals who have hearing disabilities, we can use subtitles to create a moment by moment accounting of the contents. For the Last House on the

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What I Wish I’d Known – Filemaker Pro


We interrupt our series on web development to bring you another tip from the What I Wish I’d Known series. CoDA intern Elizabeth Minor returns with some advice she’s picked up on Filemaker Pro.

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What I Wish I’d Known – Spreadsheets


Today’s “What I Wish I’d Known” tip comes from CoDA intern Elizabeth Minor, whose experience in archaeological databases has taught her a thing or two about making spreadsheet programs like Excel and Numbers do the work for you. Here’s Elizabeth, on the Concatenate function.

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What I Wish I’d Known – Screenshots

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I think this series of tips, which I can picture going along nicely to Ooh La La by the Faces, is something we can all relate to and appreciate.  For my own “What I Wish I’d Known” tip, I must take you back to 2008.  If only it were longer ago. The Almighty Screenshot 2008

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What I Wish I’d Known – Lightroom


We all have tips, tricks, and shortcuts in our work that makes daily life just a little bit easier. Ever wish you had known one just a bit earlier? We’re going back in time with a Tip of the Week series, “What I Wish I’d Known“, as each Monday a different staffer or intern here

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