hottipscentral.com/getx Finally I’ve been able to make the Slider Revolution 5 video I promised a while back. As it turns out, having a baby creates a ton of scheduling complications for creating YouTube videos. I was sick right after uploading my previous video, which then made others in the house sick, including the newborn unfortunately. We did get through that alright, but pretty much every time I went to make something for you guys, something would interrupt me, or a technical failure would happen. There were several revisions to this video as time went on, and with all the different interruptions I would usually hate the final product. I don’t upload videos I hate, so they were just deleted and the project was saved for later.
I also just finished my first feature-length documentary film, “A Lesson in Diplomacy” which is set to premiere October 24th at my alma-mater, Grand Valley State University. This project has taken over 3.5 years to complete, and I’ve logged over 600 hours on it so far. If you’d like more information regarding that project, you an visit the following link: lessonindiplomacy.com
This video is basically meant to help transition you from the previous Revolution Slider to this new version. The interface is very different, and many people may be confused over how everything works now. This is a basic run-through. It is not intended to be a complete tutorial on the plugin itself. It’s simply too big for that.
As always, if you’d like, feel free to share your thoughts in a comment below, and request new videos as well. I can’t promise anything, but if enough people want to know something, I’ll see what I can do.
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