2022.01.18 12:55 Rift-Duck Audio - Better edited in post or sort volumes before?
I'm starting a new YouTube Let's Play type channel and have had some big audio issues I seem to have finally sorted out.
I'm now using Shadowplay to record because of the quality and low hit on the computer compared to OBS. Theres no camera and its just gameplay plus microphone. Shadowplay has an option to split the audio when recording, which is great for me because it reduces editing requirements.
What I want to know, is there any advantage/disadvantage to recording both game and microphone audio at 100% or should I be adjusting the game volume at the point of recording instead?
I use DaVinci Resolve rather than Premiere and I plan on doing audio ducking on the two tracks which will cut a lot of the issues with audio levels but I just wanted to know if theres any disadvantage to doing it one way or the other.
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2022.01.18 12:55 ChewyRib These people are not Anti-Woke...They are just nut jobs...know the difference
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2022.01.18 12:55 Cman1916 Any advice for the Federation Apprentice IV mission
I’ve been trying for way to long I upgraded my ship, made a teleporter, leveled up my crew members, got them good gear, got emp missiles, upgraded my weapons but every time I solve one problem it leads to another. Any tips or tricks any of you guys know would be a real help.
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2022.01.18 12:55 Veloctyy Does anyone know how to fix this?
| I had this problem recently (when I got my new monitor) where there would be faint black lines outside my crosshair. I'm using the sauna crosshair and it's very distracting when I play does anyone know how to fix it?|
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2022.01.18 12:55 Ailee_28 111일- 핸드폰을 잃어버렸어요.
2022.01.18 12:55 Michaluck Deutschlands größter Streamer Montanablack macht ein NFT Gewinnspiel. Im Banner befindet sich dabei ein Hakenkreuz NFT
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2022.01.18 12:55 kahuna1342 I present to you the Dallas Venn Diagram.
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2022.01.18 12:55 sopadebombillas My body is asking for more fiber!
2022.01.18 12:55 TashaJ82 Water Tower, me, Acrylic on Canvas, 2022
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2022.01.18 12:55 ALStark69 Hawaii CB Cam Lockridge transfers to Fresno State
2022.01.18 12:55 Krishnaa6969 from dankindianmemes
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2022.01.18 12:55 TheOnlyEn Ronnie Coleman Pump - training list for the lifters. Enjoy
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2022.01.18 12:55 Fhistleb What's your favorite creepy forgotten or just creepy website?
2022.01.18 12:55 TheFigment ParkStop Podcast: Episode 39 – Minions Villain-Con, Epic Universe & More
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2022.01.18 12:55 RLCD-Bot [Purple Breakout] [Burnt Sienna Breakout: What A Save!] [Portal - Conversion Gel] [Purple Fireplug]
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2022.01.18 12:55 1stanudeep how do i repair lost brain cells
2022.01.18 12:55 UmbraTiger6 Another cg done for Crimson Tether
2022.01.18 12:55 averie_eve Applying for new job after 9 years in current role- what work experience to include? Prior jobs also?
I have been at my receptionist job for 9 years. Receptionist sounds incredibly basic because I do a LOT more than answer the phone and schedule. I fix any and all computetech issues, inventory/ordering, payroll, etc. So I will make sure I include those things. (I'm applying for a remote customer service/call center type position that only requires experience that I do feel that I have from my current job.) But I've been there for 9 years. I just turned 29. I have worked since I was 14 years old. The jobs prior to my current position are typical high school/early college student jobs, however. First job from 14-18 years old was at a local ice cream shop. Then a job at a retail store called Charming Charlie. Then a job at Panera for a short time. And then my current job of 9 years.
My question is, do I bother to include those earlier 3 jobs on my resume under work experience? Or do I just include my current job of 9 years? I feel like including them shows that I have worked, consistently, since I've been old enough to do so. But will I be taken less seriously for putting my high school ice cream shop job on my resume?
Also, if I don't have a degree, should I still include my college education on my resume? I have a decent amount of credit hours completed, a medical terminology class completed with an A grade (medical terminology knowledge is a plus for the position I'm applying for), and a very good overall GPA for what I have completed. Can I/should I include this on my resume despite not finishing yet or having a degree?
I have years of volunteer experience as well, but it was during high school. Include this? Or leave it out?
Thank you in advance. This probably sounds silly, but I genuinely don't know how to go about this after being at the same job for 9 years, and at a much different place in life than I was at 20.
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2022.01.18 12:55 bigbubbaboi_ The game looks a bit different....
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2022.01.18 12:55 SRFC_Reddit @ShamrockRovers: ◾️ Reviewing draw with Cameroon 🇨🇲 ◾️ Hopeful of qualifying out of group 🤞 ◾️ Receiving Man of the Match Award 🏆 We caught up with @picolopes following his Man of the Match performance against #AFCON2021 hosts Cameroon 👇 #TeamCapeVerde https://t.co/znq4pwEfXU
2022.01.18 12:55 TheTeamExtreme Removed Cake & Flipped Upside Down to Give These Guys Their Time to Shine (4th Flush)
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2022.01.18 12:55 fabrar [PubQ]What's the current/future market like for adult post-apocalyptic fiction?
I'm currently working on something in the post-apocalyptic sub-genre and I'm wondering if there is a market right now (and in the near future) for such stories, given the pandemic and current state of the world? My work doesn't have a flu/disease behind its apocalypse and there are overt supernatural elements to it, but all the same, it still involves a world where billions have died, survival is tenuous and those who remain live in fear.
Is there an appetite for these stories for publishers these days?
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2022.01.18 12:55 MrCarnality Reminds me of, “Boys on the Rock,” a classic novel of GayBros finding each other.
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2022.01.18 12:55 Lvft93 Our deepest fear
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, ‘Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?’ Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There’s nothing enlightened about shrinking, so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we’re liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”
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2022.01.18 12:55 fusionzgibbers What are you thoughts on this guy getting a zenkai
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