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Where Can you Find Stock Photos Online?

Here's a list of websites where you can find free or watermarked photos that you can use in your projects without any problem:Pixabay – High Quality and German-Engineered Free ImagesUnsplash – Cool & Artsy Images FreePikWizard – Creative & Commercial Free Photos from ProsPexels – Trendy Free Photos, Edgy SiteLife of Pix – Super Curated Artsy Photos for FreeGratisography – Experimentally Artistic Free PhotosSplitShire – Free Commercial-Like Images in Trendy StyleBurst – Uber-Commercial Free Stock Photos

Top 10 Best Free After Effects Plugins

Filmorago Assets in Android

If you use Filmorago the semi-free video editor on your Android, here are some assets; from transitions to video effects; that you can add inside your Filmarogo Folder:
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>> Link (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1jlorSMyY3khTDKBRBT_FLE5U-HtnbtHZ?usp=sharing)
For a free version of the full package or other paid android apps for free, go to http://joenasr.aptoide.com and download your apps from there.


Color Bits: 8 vs 16

First, What Is a "Bit"?

When we talk about the number of "bits" in reference to images, we are simply talking about the amount of tonal variation in the image. Understanding the tonal values within an image can help you obtain the best print possible.

What Is Tonal Variation?

Every color has a tonal range. When talking about color, tone refers to the varying lightness or darkness of a color. Tones are created by adding either white or black to a color. If we take to color red for example, there are many different tones of red. You can have a very light red, or a very dark red. When designing in the digital medium, all tonal variations are assigned a tonal value. So when we refer to tonal values, we are referring to the number of tonal variations available withing a color.

8 Bit Vs. 16 Bit

The main difference between an 8 bit image and a 16 bit image is the amount of tones available for a given color. An 8 bit image is made up of fewer tones than a 16 bit image.
The amoun…

Difference Between JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, and RAW

Difference between JPEG and PNG today is the question that bothers every modern photographer that wants not only to photograph professionally, but additionally use Photoshop or other photo editing programs.Today photo post production services are popular due to their possibility to economize time and retouch photos with high quality. The first thing that every person should be aware of while dealing with photo retouching programs is the variety of file formats. In this article we are going to discuss difference between TIFF and JPEG, BMP, JPG, RAW. This basic knowledge is just indispensable to start photo retouching, but still a lot of photographers ignore this fact thinking that it is not important. So, let`s start finding all differences and similarities in PNG vs JPEG quality.Content:•Types of image compression
•Color depth
•Color channels
•What is the highest quality image format?
•JPEG
•PNG
•GIF
•TIFF
•BMP
•RAWIs JPG or PNG better for printing?We are going to discuss what image f…

Musenet

A deep neural network that can generate 4-minute musical compositions with 10 different instruments, and can combine styles from country to Mozart to the Beatles. MuseNet was not explicitly programmed with our understanding of music, but instead discovered patterns of harmony, rhythm, and style by learning to predict the next token in hundreds of thousands of MIDI files. MuseNet uses the same general-purpose unsupervised technology as GPT-2, a large-scale transformer model trained to predict the next token in a sequence, whether audio or text.

Link >> http://mediavalley.virb.com/blog/musenet/



Photoshop CC2019 New Features

A collection of little things to make your life easier, like a modern Undo, proportional transform by default and more. Quickly place or replace images using the new Frame tool. Images are automatically scaled to best fit the frame and swapping out content is a breeze. 
Convert text or shapes to a frame, easily adjust the image and simply drag and drop to place or replace.

Photoshop will mirror and replicate your paint strokes across an axis or axes, making it easy to create consistent images and paintings. Unleash your inner artist!
Heal images and adapt content more effectively by changing the source, rotation, scale and more with the new Content-Aware Fill workspace.


See a live preview of the blend mode on the canvas. Remove the guesswork of choosing the right blending option.


Visualize and select colors more intuitively with Photoshop's Color Wheel


Return to the Home Screen to quickly access files, photos, tutorials, inspirational content and more.

Easily place sample text, do math in…

Introduction to Scripting in Adobe After Effects

Introduction to Scripting in After Effects
A script is a series of commands that tells an application to perform a series of operations. You can use scripts in most Adobe applications to automate repetitive tasks, perform complex calculations, and even use some functionality not directly exposed through the graphical user interface. For example, you can direct After Effects to reorder the layers in a composition, find and replace source text in text layers, or send an e-mail message when rendering is complete.
Although both the After Effects expressions language and the After Effects ExtendScript scripting language are based on JavaScript, the expressions features and scripting features of After Effects are separate and distinct.
Expressions cannot access information from scripts (such as variables and functions). Whereas a script tells an application to do something, an expression says that a property is something. However, because the After Effects expression language and ExtendScr…

Free Adobe Scripts

A script is a series of commands that tells an application to perform one or more tasks automatically. You can use scripts in most Adobe applications to automate repetitive tasks, perform calculations, and even use some functionality not directly built-in the graphical user interface. 

After Effects Scripts

When After Effects starts, it loads scripts from the Scripts folder. By default, the Scripts folder is in the following locations for After Effects:

•(Windows) Program Files\Adobe\Adobe After Effects <version>\Support Files •(Mac OS) Applications/Adobe After Effects <version> Several scripts come with After Effects and are automatically installed in the Scripts folder.

Loaded scripts are available from the File > Scripts menu. If you place a script in the Scripts folder, you must restart After Effects for the script to appear in the Scripts menu, though you can immediately run the new script using the Run Script File command.

Here is a selection of Adobe After Effects Sc…