NAFCU updates S. 2155 summary guide for CUs

first_imgIn an effort to keep credit unions updated on the relief provisions housed in the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155), NAFCU recently revised its summary guide of the law to account for regulatory actions that have taken place since its passage. NAFCU’s summary guide details credit union-related provisions within the law, including their effective dates and other specifics.This guide has been updated to reflect:the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection’s actions regarding Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA) changes in the law;a move by NAFCU asking the Social Security Administration to not add to credit unions’ compliance burdens as it works to implement a provision contained in S. 2155 that is aimed at reducing synthetic identity fraud; continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Alabama cow positive for BSE

first_imgMar 13, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – An Alabama cow has tested positive for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), Chief Veterinary Officer John Clifford of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced today.The nonambulatory animal was euthanized by a local private veterinarian; samples tested by means of rapid screening showed inconclusive results on Mar 10. Per current protocol, samples were then sent to the National Veterinary Laboratories in Ames, Iowa, for further testing. The carcass was buried on the farm and did not enter the animal or human food chains, Clifford said.A Western blot test showed positive results today. Results of an immunohistochemistry (IHC) test were not yet available but will be made public later in the week. If either the Western blot or IHC results are positive, the USDA considers the case confirmed.The animal’s exact age is not known, according to a USDA press release, but based on dentition, it was an older animal—”quite possibly upwards of 10 years of age,” Clifford said. An animal of that age would have been born prior to the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) 1997 ban on feeding ruminants with feed containing ruminant protein. BSE is widely accepted as being passed from animal to animal through feed contaminated with such protein.The USDA is working with Alabama animal health officials to determine the cow’s birth cohort and to test any offspring. The epidemiologic investigation will also involve the FDA in determining the feed history of the cow.Clifford assured in his announcement that “We will continue to be very transparent in sharing information with the public and with our trading partners around the world.”The current BSE case is the third in a US cow. One of the previous two infected cattle was born in Canada; the origin of the current case is not yet known.See also:Mar 13 USDA press releaselast_img read more

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ShopRite Eyes Shrewsbury Avenue For New Store

first_imgThe buildings would be demolished to make way for the 88, 230 square-foot supermarket, in the footprint of existing Building 1151 and a small portion of Building 1157. If approved, the proposed ShopRite, operated by the Saker family, could open in 2018.“It’s another indication of the attractiveness of Shrewsbury to retailers,” said Mayor Don Burden, pointing to the numerous standalone, strip malls and shopping centers on Broad Street/Route 35 and Shrewsbury Avenue. “We have the available space that can be reconfigured. We have the traffic, the corridors to the peninsula towns of Rumson, Fair Haven, Little Silver, Oceanport, and we have access to the parkway.” Zoning approvals are being sought by owner SBC Holdings/dba ShopRite for site plan approval, building addition, exterior renovations, change in use, and sign installation for Block 31, Lots 1 & 3 and Block 29, Lots 18, zoned for business or light use industrial. The change of use refers to Shoprite’s plans to of fer its signature brand of an enhanced grocery market. ShopRites offer in-store customer pickup of online orders and home delivery, preparation and sale of food on and off premises, the sale of general merchandise such as outdoor furniture, bedding, electronics, the inclusion of a florist, stationery section, tobacco and lottery sales, a pharmacy and ancillary supermarket uses like retail, professional and medical products, such as a Dunkin Donuts, a travel agent, fast food, a nutrition shop or a day spa. They can also include a garden center and parking lot sales. According to the filings, access to the store is proposed via two driveways along Shrewsbury Avenue, and cross access would be provided between the subject site and the Shrewsbury Plaza shopping center to the south. The site plans include parking for 392 cars.The potential supermarket would not have a significant impact on traffic to the area, according to a study by Charles D. Olivo, principal of Stonefield Engineering and Design, who said in the report that a 35,000 square foot supermarket from Shrewsbury Plaza shopping center will not be replaced with a supermarket in the future. The name of the new tenant has not been made public. By Christina JohnsonSHREWSBURY – The borough’s zoning board is considering a proposal for a brand new Shoprite supermarket to be constructed adjacent to the Shrewsbury Plaza shopping center.According to the documents filed with the borough, the single-story supermarket would be constructed on a nearly 10-acre tract at 1151-1163 Shrewsbury Avenue in the Shrewsbury Business Center complex, a site owned by National Realty & Development Corp. The site is currently occupied by three commercial/industrial buildings, which are mostly vacant at this time. Acme previously operated in the plaza until it closed last spring, when the retailer closed three stores. A new Acme has opened in a former A&P location in the neighboring Tinton Falls Plaza at 990 Shrewsbury Ave.A public hearing was held at a special meeting on Sept. 28. The public hearing was scheduled to continue on Oct. 5, but the meeting was cancelled and the new date has not yet been set.See Feb. 6, 2017 update: Shrewsbury ShopRite Gets Green Lightlast_img read more

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Mourinho laments Ibrahimovic’s ‘sad’ exit from Europe

first_imgIbrahimovic scored 28 goals in his first season at Old Trafford, but struggled to recapture his best form after suffering cruciate knee ligament damage during a Europa League quarter-final against Anderlecht last April.The 36-year-old Swede managed only one goal for United after making his comeback in November, with his final appearance for the club against Burnley on Boxing Day.“For me, it’s always sad when the big players go in the direction of the end,” United manager Mourinho told a news conference on Friday.“I remember for example Luis Figo, after his last match, with me and with Inter Milan.“I always remember it as one of my saddest moments because I always feel very, very sorry when the big ones finish or go to the last period of their careers.“Zlatan is a huge big player that European football is losing now and forever because he will not be back to this level.”However, Mourinho added: “This period with Galaxy, these couple of years, will be very good for him and American football.”– Shaw option –Meanwhile Mourinho indicated Luke Shaw could win a reprieve despite his recent fierce criticism of the defender.Left-back Ashley Young has been struggling with a knee injury, suffered while on England duty, as United prepare to face Swansea in the Premier League on Saturday, with Shaw his likely deputy.Shaw played in United’s most recent match, a 2-0 FA Cup quarter-final victory over Brighton on March 17, but was substituted at half-time and then pilloried by Mourinho afterwards.The Portuguese manager accused Shaw of not defending well enough, and giving Brighton too much room down the right flank.Shaw is known to be angry with the way he has been treated, but Mourinho insisted the full-back had not been frozen out.“If he’s available, Luke Shaw is always an option,” Mourinho said. “Ashley Young was available to play against Brighton and I started with Luke Shaw, so that’s not a problem.”Reserve goalkeeper Sergio Romero will miss the Swansea game after suffering a knee injury during Argentina’s 6-1 defeat by Spain in Madrid on Tuesday.Romero has been United’s FA Cup ‘keeper this season, but is a major doubt for the semi-final against Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley on April 21 after injuring his right knee in a collision with Diego Costa.“Romero is injured, and I think he will be for a few weeks,” Mourinho, whose second-placed side are currently a huge 16 points adrift of Premier League leaders Manchester City, said. “I think in the end he was lucky because it was a strong contusion (bruise) and will take a little bit of time to recover.”Mourinho and Swansea counterpart Carlos Carvalhal are the only two Portuguese managers in the Premier League, and have a long-standing friendship.Carvalhal, who has taken Swansea three points clear of the relegation zone since arriving at the Welsh club in December after leaving second-tier Sheffield Wednesday, described Mourinho as the “king of coaches”, before the two men enjoyed a cordial phone conversation on Thursday.“He said I opened the door for more Portuguese coaches to leave which is something I know is true,” Mourinho told reporters.“I speak with him a couple of times every week. Last night I spoke with him a little and thanked him for his nice words. It is one thing to think something, but another to say it.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will embark on a new career with LA Galaxy in the Major Soccer League after cutting his contract short at Manchester United © AFP/File / Ian KINGTONMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Mar 30 – Jose Mourinho has paid tribute to Zlatan Ibrahimovic by declaring his departure from Manchester United a “sad” moment for European football.The former Paris Saint-Germain striker secured a move to Major League Soccer side LA Galaxy last week after United agreed to cancel his contract three months early.last_img read more

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Isolated DNA Bases Are Destroyed Quickly

first_imgWithout water, DNA bases fall apart quickly.  Any origin-of-life models expecting the building blocks of DNA (nucleotides) to stick around for long are going to suffer, say researchers from Oregon State University.  The molecules can enter a “dark state” in which they are highly vulnerable to UV radiation.  This idea was once considered “scientific heresy” – so much so that the researchers “had a lot of sleepless nights” defending the idea from critics:The core of the debate, [Wei] Kong [professor of chemistry] said, relates to the behavior of the nucleic acid bases – adenine, thymine, guanine and cytosine – which as A-T and G-C base pairs form DNA and ultimately become the blueprint for all living things.  One of the most basic premises of biochemistry is that these nucleic acid bases are very stable, as they would have to be to prevent rampant mutations and make an organized genetic structure possible.    But studies at OSU, which were done with highly sophisticated electron spectroscopy, showed that the alleged stability of the nucleic acid bases in DNA is largely a myth. (Emphasis added in all quotes.)Isolated DNA bases, in other words, do not have the stability scientists thought they did.  They are extremely vulnerable to UV damage for short periods:The lifetime of the dark state is not long – a nanosecond is one billionth of a second.  But it’s more than enough time for DNA mutations to happen, Kong said.  And the existence of this dark state raised questions about how life ever could have begun, given that the genetic carriers were so easily mutated or destroyed during this very brief but very vulnerable time.    “When the bases of DNA were first being formed billions of years ago [sic], the atmosphere was actually quite hostile,” Kong said.  “It was a period prior to any protective ozone layer on Earth and the ultraviolet radiation was very strong.  So if primordial DNA bases were forced into this vulnerable dark state, they should have incurred large amounts of photochemical damage that would have made the very survival of these bases difficult, let alone further evolution of life.”At this point, the press release takes a dramatically optimistic turn: the dark state disappears in the presence of water.  “So if water were present, the earliest DNA bases would have been able to survive and eventually help form the basis for ever-more-complex life forms,” they claim. The findings suggest, Kong said, how water could have been an absolutely essential compound to allow early DNA bases to remain stable, resist mutation, and ultimately allow for the evolution of life….“What this is really telling us is that life is a unified process,” Kong said.  “It’s not just a group of DNA bases, but it’s also the physical environment in which they exist.  Later on, as life became more evolved [sic], there were other ways to achieve genetic stability.  But at first, it simply may not have been possible without water.”So while the news seems bad, they were able to spin it positively by adding water: “the presence of water was the key to the evolution of life on Earth, making it possible for life to emerge [sic] from what was once a hostile and unforgiving primordial soup of chemicals and radiation” [sic].  In other words, don’t try freeze-dried primordial soup.The only good news here is that these researchers have not completely obliterated all hope.  This is not good news for the OOL (origin-of-life) school.  They have constrained further a hopeless situation (see online book).  This “radical heresy” removes any possibility of key building blocks forming away from water.  Remember when Steve Benner postulated ribose forming in a desert with boron, because it was too unstable in water? (11/05/2004)  Now, the poor guy has to make the ribose in the desert (hoping that UV radiation won’t destroy it there), then get it into the water where the A, C, T, G or uracil are, hoping somehow that they will join up with phosphates on some clay mineral, and then link into polynucleotide chains that can both code for information and perform enzymatic functions (RNA World), but also find a safe haven in some membrane that is not so tight it becomes a death trap.    Sounds like a hard story to sell to Congress.  Things are not going too well for astrobiology these days.(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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Science education gets a boost

first_imgIBM South Africa corporate citizenship manager Sydney Hadebe and Sci-Bono CEO David Kramer. Sci-Bono helps to stimulate children’s natural curiosity and focus it on science. A hands-on approach makes learning more interesting for youngsters.(Images: Anish Abraham) MEDIA CONTACTS • Sci-Bono Discovery Centre  +27 11 639 8400 RELATED ARTICLES • Sci-Bono CEO gets French knighthood • Denel helps maths, science pupils • Fostering SA’s young scientists • Pushing the science envelope • Global award for young SA innovatorAnish Abraham The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre, South Africa’s largest science centre, is aiming to boost education in mathematics, science and technology by invoking the inherent curiosity of children, and teaching them new ideas and concepts while they play and interact with the many exhibits that it hosts. Established by the Gauteng Department of Education and the private sector in 2004, the centre seeks to address the scarce skills needs of South Africa by contributing to the effective delivery of quality maths, science and technology education in all schools in the province. According to Sci-Bono CEO David Kramer, science centres are a rather recent phenomenon, with the first one taking shape in San Francisco in 1984. Known as the Exploratorium, it is one of the four biggest centres of its kind in the world, and was set up by physicist and educator Frank Oppenheimer as a way through which ordinary citizens could keep in touch with the latest advances in technology. Oppenheimer was no stranger to advances in technology – his brother Robert was one of the developers of the world’s first nuclear weapon. Since those early days, Kramer said, there were now over 30 000 science centres and museums across the world, and that there is hardly a major city that does not have one. He pointed out that the difference between science museums and science centres was that centres were not about exhibitions that people merely looked at, but were filled with interactive exhibits, made so that visitors could engage with them and learn new things. “There are 35 science centres in South Africa, but Sci-Bono is the flagship,” he said. They range in sizes from huge warehouses to a small room.Programmes and activities Kramer said that Sci-Bono had a programme of activities and projects taking place throughout the year, and its outreach programme targets schoolchildren who are unable to travel from outlying areas into Johannesburg. Programmes include a Rocket Science Club where pupils learn to design, build and launch rockets that are capable of flying several hundred metres into the air; and a robotics programme, whose participants have even competed at international level. While working on these projects, Kramer said, the children were guided and mentored by “professionals and not teachers”.Similarly, the guides who take the children around the various exhibits are young BSc graduates with a passion for science and technology – ensuring that children learn while having fun.Helping kids to learn Sci-Bono is unique, given the relationship the centre has with the Gauteng Department of Education, in that it also had a big role to play in curriculum delivery and teacher training in the fields of maths and science. The centre also runs a supplementary tuition programme in 137 sites across the province, where schoolchildren can go to learn, with highly skilled teachers from some of the province’s leading schools being brought in on the day to teach. “Over 80% of the schools that come here are from a previously disadvantaged environment, we provide them with free admission and transport,” Kramer said, adding that while wealthier schools were asked to pay for admission fees, no cash-strapped schools would be turned away. This was possible because of funding from the provincial education department, and means that Sci-Bono is not reliant on admission fees for survival.Comprehensive career guidance Another unique point is that Sci-Bono has an attached career centre. “It is a full service career centre that provides guidance and counselling,” Kramer said, adding that it was one of the few places where students from disadvantaged backgrounds could undergo free psychometric and aptitude testing. In this way, the centre not only directed the curiosity of children into the world of maths and science, but also helped improve the flow of potential candidates studying these subjects at a tertiary level. Kramer said they expected to have 206 000 visitors to the centre over the course of the year, while also reaching out to an additional 150 000 pupils through their various outreach programmes. “We are not just a conventional science centre, but we are also the control room for maths and science in Gauteng,” he said.last_img read more

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Pay attention to nozzle selection to meet label requirements for the new 2,4-D and dicamba products

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Generally, this is the time of the year you complete shopping for nozzles because the spraying season is just around the corner. This task must be on top of your to do list if you are one of those who will be applying the new 2,4-D or Dicamba products for crops that are resistant to these products. According to a survey conducted by Farm Journal magazine and reported in its Mid-February issue, out of the 411 people they contacted (mostly in Midwest, including Ohio) 40% of them indicated they plan to grow dicamba-tolerant soybeans. About 11% indicated they are still undecided. If you happened to be one of these people who will use dicamba products for weed control, you better check the labels because you now have to use one of the nozzles they recommend on their labels, and operate those nozzle within a recommended range of pressures.In the past, the labels on chemicals gave some vague and general statements when referring to application equipment. For example, we used to see (it is still the same for many chemicals) on labels statements such as: “use spray equipment to provide thorough coverage of the canopy.” There was no help with explaining what “thorough coverage” is, and how to achieve it. Then, we saw labels giving us more specific recommendations on nozzles such as: “use nozzles that provide medium spray quality” or “do not use nozzles that produce droplets in coarse or larger spray qualities.” Most recently, the labels of the new 2,4-D or dicamba herbicides include very specific requirements on which nozzle or nozzles must be used when spraying these products. Simple interpretation of this requirement is that you would be violating the label if you use any other type or size of nozzle. So, it is your responsibility to comply with the label recommendation.Why are specific nozzles required by manufacturers of 2,4-D and dicamba herbicides?Manufacturers of these new products claim that they have significantly reduced the drift potential due to volatilization, as was the case with similar products used decades ago. However, they are extremely concerned about the physical drift (actual droplets moving by wind to sites adjacent to the application site) may happen and create significant damage to crops grown nearby that are not dicamba resistant. With this in mind, the manufacturers of these products have decided on requiring sprayer operators to use specific nozzles and run the sprayer within a specific range of pressures to make sure physical drift is very unlikely to take place during spraying. After completing extensive tests in wind tunnels, manufacturer of 2,4-D product (Enlist Duo) chose 23 nozzles, while manufacturers of dicamba Products (XtendiMax, FeXapan and Engenia) chose a total of 24 nozzles that must be used to spray these products. In most cases the nozzles recommended for different products may be the same, but there may be significant differences in the operating pressures required. For example, the ULD20-04 nozzle is selected by all four products mentioned above, but the pressure ranges required for them are somewhat different: 15-70 psi for Enlist Duo, 20-40 psi for XtendiMax and FeXapan, and 15-40 psi for Engenia. The Table shown below lists all the nozzles and their operating pressures required by manufacturers of the four products listed above. A caution: this table is provided mostly for information purposes and may not be up-to-date. You are always advised to look at the label for the most current information.By the way, don’t assume that you do not have to worry about checking the label this year again because you had applied a dicamba product made by a different company last year. A nozzle required for the same product last year may not be on the label this year, or the operating pressures may be changed. So, you really need to pay attention to the label for each product even if you are using the same product you had used last year. Things were much easier during the last decade when product labels did not require specific nozzles. Instead, they required the most optimum droplet size class, such as Fine, Medium, Coarse, Extra Coarse, Ultra Coarse, etc. for their products. So, if you were looking for a nozzle that produced Medium droplets, all you had to do was to look at the nozzle catalogs (or search online) find a suitable type of nozzle that would provide Medium droplet class at a pressure setting that would also satisfy your gal/acre requirement. Interestingly, when I looked at all the nozzles and operating ranges required for the new 2,4-D or Dicamba products, all the requirements have led to one common conclusion: the droplet size class from these nozzle fell in two categories: “Extra Coarse”, or “Ultra Coarse.” Our research have shown that regardless of the nozzle used, as long as the droplet size class, even at wind speeds of 10 miles per hour (the upper limit mentioned on labels) fall in either one of these categories, droplets will not likely to drift more than a foot or two (depending on other conditions such as boom height, temperature and relative humidity). So, it would have been much easier for you to select your own nozzle as long as the nozzle, when operated within a certain pressure range, satisfied the droplet size requirement of “Extra Coarse” or “Ultra Coarse”. But that is another topic of discussion left for another day.Act now if you will be switching to new nozzles. If you are buying new nozzles of any kind, or especially if you are going to switch to one of the new 2,4-D or dicamba herbicides this year and you have not purchased yet the specific nozzles required for these products, you better act fast and get the nozzles within the next two weeks. Since there will be a higher demand for nozzles of any kind this time of the year, there may be short-term shortages of these nozzles in stores from which you purchase your nozzles. So, act now and get the nozzles you need before experiencing potential problems with availability of these nozzles later during the spraying season.Keep several types of nozzles on the boomIt is very likely that you will be using your sprayers to spray a variety of pesticides during the growing season. Remember that one specific type of nozzle will not be best for all applications. For that reason, it is best to have several types and sizes of nozzles on the boom so that you can switch to the “best” nozzle choice for a given spraying job. There are various types of sprayer components and setups you can buy to configure your boom so the new set up allows you to easily switch from one nozzle to another instantly.Some final thoughtsNozzles are typically the least costly items on a sprayer, but they play a key role in the final outcome from a spraying job: achieving maximum efficacy from the pesticide applied while reducing the off-target (drift) movement of pesticides to minimum. Pesticides work well if the rates on labels are achieved during application. This can be achieved only if the right nozzle type and the proper size of the nozzles are on the sprayer, and the sprayer is calibrated and operated properly.Although the Apps and tables in catalogs may expedite the nozzle size selection process, it is best to understand the process and the math nozzle manufacturers use to generate the data listed in their tables, and to generate nozzle recommendations in their Apps. A new Ohio State University Extension Publication, entitled “Selecting the Best Nozzle for the Job” gives step-by-step guidelines for selecting the most appropriate spray nozzle for a given application situation. The publication is available online at following web site: http://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fabe-528I need to emphasize one other point: nozzles and their operating pressure requirements are not the only requirements you need to worry about when you are applying 2,4-D and dicamba products. There is additional important information as these requirements on product labels, such as: what part of the day these products should be applied, the buffer zone requirements, under what temperature and wind speed conditions you can apply them, or if there is a date beyond which these products cannot be applied. So, again you need to read labels of these products so that you are not held liable for an unfortunate misapplication situation, and consequently injury caused to sensitive crops near the application site.Finally, always keep safety in mind when working with chemicals, especially pesticides. Always try to minimize oral, dermal or inhalation exposure to chemicals. Wear protective clothing when calibrating, spraying and cleaning equipment. Goggles, rubber gloves and respirators or masks are standard equipment when handling pesticides. Review the sprayer operator’s manual and chemical labels for recommended procedures regarding safe use of equipment and chemicals. Erdal Ozkan, Professor and Extension Ag Engineer, can be reached at 614-292-3006, or [email protected] This column is provided by the OSU Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, OSU Extension, Ohio Agricultural Research & Development Center, and the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.last_img read more

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Precision Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro’s Trim Mode

first_imgIn this video tutorial, learn how to improve your editing workflow with precise edits using Premiere Pro’s Trim Mode configuration.Many editors might not even know that Premiere’s Trim Mode exists, mainly due to the fact that it’s so well hidden. Nevertheless, this helpful display will allow you to quickly and precisely adjust an edit point, using a variety of different trim tools along the way. Use it to tweak dialogue scenes, change the pacing of an action sequence, or simply wow your colleagues. Let’s take a closer look at what you can accomplish in Premiere’s Trim Mode. Trim Mode ConfigurationIf you want to fine-tune an edit point, you can put the Program monitor into Trim Mode configuration. To do this, select Sequence > Trim Edit, or simply use keyboard shortcut T. Once open, the playhead on the timeline will snap to the closest edit point, and the Program monitor will switch to a two-screen display. These two screens show you the In and Out points of the adjacent clips along with their source timecode.Playback will loop when Trim Mode is active, giving you the opportunity to view changes to the edit point as you make them. Several buttons are available in this mode, including trim forward/backward options and an apply default transition button. Change the amount of frames in the trim forward/backward buttons in Preferences > Trim. Trimming in Trim ModeThe great thing about Trim Mode is that you can trim by clicking and dragging directly on the display. As you move your mouse over the panel, various trim tools become active, including the Rolling and Ripple edit tools. Use these tools by clicking and dragging on a particular window in the Program monitor. Again, the left display shows the Out point of the previous clip, while the right shows the In point of the upcoming clip.For more precise controls, use the trim forward/backward buttons or use Ctrl+Left to trim backward and Ctrl+Right to trim forward (use the Option modifier key on a Mac). To perform a Slip edit, first select the In and Out points of your clip with the Ripple Tool. Next, enter Trim Mode and adjust the clip accordingly. For a Slide edit, select the Out point of the previous clip and the In point of the next clip, open up Trim Mode and adjust accordingly.Looking for more Premiere Pro tips? Check out these articles.Shutterstock’s Free Plugin Brings 8 Million+ Clips to Premiere Pro15 FREE Camera Shake Presets for After Effects and Premiere ProImprove Your Edits with Better Audio in Premiere ProAudio Mixing in Premiere Pro’s Clip MixerOrganize Your Interviews Using Subclips in Premiere Prolast_img read more

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10 months agoBologna coach Inzaghi: Emotional facing Ancelotti

first_imgBologna coach Inzaghi: Emotional facing Ancelottiby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBologna coach Filippo Inzaghi is looking forward to facing Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli.Inzaghi played for Ancelotti at AC Milan.”Facing Carlo will be really emotional,” Inzaghi said in his pre-match Press conference.“He’s a great man and we have a strong and emotional bond. We’ve always had a wonderful relationship.“However, I hope I can make him feel sad, after all the joy I brought him throughout my career…” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img

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