Hosts using the Zoom desktop client can allow multiple participants share their screens simultaneously during a meeting. This can be useful for a real-time comparison of documents or other materials by participants. To make full use of this feature, enable the dual monitors option in the Zoom client settings.
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Turn Up! Not every microphone has the same base volume for transmitting your voice through your computer to whoever or whatever is on the other end of the exchange. Some microphones have a higher volume as compared to others, and some microphones have a volume that is so low that the person on the other […]
Record your Metronome in Logic Pro X – Record MIDI and the Metronome click track to an Audio Track – YouTube *Note: The Key is put the Metronome on a BUS along with any other inputs you want on that track and you end up with Metronome on your Track. How to record your Click […]
Source: “Here, here” or “hear, hear?” – Writing for Business “Hear, hear” is a shortened version of “hear ye, hear ye,” which goes back to British Parliament in the 1600s, if not earlier. The expression was — and is — used to draw attention to what someone is saying. It implies agreement with the speaker […]
Video clips captured from external capture devices often contain unwanted portions. These unwanted portions can easily be removed in PowerDirector using the Trim function. The name of the Cursor Button you drag around in the timeline is called the PLAYHEAD. There are also separate MarkIn and MarkOut Buttons different from the PLAYHEAD. Clicking MarkIn and […]