The Sound Of Forest.mp4
I'm trying to import video into the non comercial version of Nuke on Linux which refuses to accept h.264 and doesn't have handy a list of accepted codecs that I can find...but plays nice with images sequences...but I can't get the sound to line up with the image sequence.
The Sound of Forest.mp4
The ELP, currently under the direction of Peter Wrege, is based at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Its team of researchers and data analysts is coding and classifying thousands of sound files collected from African forest elephants in Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park in the Republic of Congo. Sound detectors that are placed throughout the forest detect low-frequency sounds the African forest elephants produce, called rumbles.
This is the rare sound of a 7 or 17 year cicada, one of the rarest of the 250 known cicada species. These bugs which i have very fond memories of as a child, can and do stay hidden underground for up to 17 years and then come out again, mate and then bury themselves for another 17 years. Awesome little insects!
The sound of a jaguar in wav or mp3 format. This sound is from the zoo, and is not royalty free. You can use this jaguar or large cat sound for personal use only. Sound requested by Kevin. Thanks Kevin
The yelp is a basic turkey sound. It is often delivered in a series of single note vocalizations and can have different meanings depending on how the hen uses it. Field recording by National Wild Turkey Federation.
Although the concepts at all levels are similar, the scope varies from the agency mission to a single tree. While it may be desirable to apply risk management in depth for every operation, time and resources may not always be available. The objective of risk management is to develop sufficient proficiency in applying the process, so risk management becomes an automatic part of the decision-making methodology on and off duty. Leaders must employ the risk management process to make sound, timely decisions.
The mission of the Risk Management Council (RMC) is to promote a comprehensive, proactive, and recognizable program that significantly advances the effective use of sound risk management practices by Forest Service employees and organizations of Forest Service employees.
Grizzly bears sometimes vocalize when agitated or nervous. These sounds of huffing, jaw-popping (heard at :35 and :57 seconds in), and low growls are warnings that you're too close. If you hear them while you're out in the park, back away calmly (never run), leave the immediate area, and give the bear more space. You must stay at least 100 yards/91 meters away from bears (about the length of a football field). And just a reminder, we recommend that everyone hike in groups of three or more, make lots of noise while hiking, and carry bear spray.These sounds were recorded with a cell phone by an experienced Bear Management Technician, Dan Bergum, during recent fieldwork involving capture. The bear was recorded during the few moments that it was contained inside a large, culvert-sized trap. Rest assured, no bears, scientists, or mobile devices were harmed while recording!
As mentioned above, the main reason behind the mp4 file having no sound could be corruption in the MP4 files. So, the best way to fix this issue is to repair the corrupt MP4 file. Now, there are multiple free methods to repair corrupt mp4 files like using the VLC media player.
Ambience (also called ambience sounds or ambient sounds) are sounds that can be heard in specific conditions. They were created by C418 and Samuel Åberg. Currently, there are 167 different ambience sounds.
The volume of ambient sounds can be changed individually through "Music & Sounds" in the Options menu by changing the "Ambient/Environment" bar. However, this also affects the sounds of firework rockets and such.
Cave ambience (also known as cave sounds, or eerie noises according to the subtitles) are sounds that occasionally play when the player is underground or in a dark area, based on the mood algorithm.
For this lesson, I'm working with the project file 07_04 Create effect presets.prproj. You'll find that Project file with the media associated with this lesson. Double-click on it to open it in Premiere Pro. Once you're happy with the settings for an effect you've applied you might want to save those settings for use on other clips as a preset. You can do this easily and reuse the preset on different clips in different sequences and even in different projects. At the beginning of this Going Home.mp4 Sequence I have a clip called Great forest.mp4 with a Blur effect on it. You can see it here in the background with this title in front. If I go to the Effect Controls panel I can see the Blurriness is set to 23 and the Repeat Edge Pixels option is on. I want to make this a bit more visible so you can see what I'm doing. I'm going to click on this number and type in 40, so it's extra blurry. I'm going to right click on the Gaussian Blur in the Effect Controls panel and I'm going to choose Save Preset... You'll want to give this Effect Preset a name that you can easily remember. I'll call this First Blur and click OK. Now if I go to my Effect panel which is just tucked away here in the same frame as the Project panel and look in my Presets category there's the effect. Now I'm going to drag the Navigator over to the end of this Sequence and line up my Play head and let's apply that preset to the last clip. You'll notice that last clip has a Dissolve effect already applied between the two sections of the same clip creating a transition to the Blur effect. Let's take a look at that. Now if I'm happy to keep the Blur preset as it is that's fine. If I'd like to get rid of it there's a button at the bottom of the Effects panel that I can use to delete it. But you can also combine multiple effects into a single preset. And notice up in the Effect Controls panel First Blur, the name of my preset is in brackets after the name of the effect. That's just an easy way to remember the preset that you've used. With this last clip selected I'm going to go to the Motion controls in the Effect Controls panel and I'm going to scale this down to about 85.0% something like that just to give it a border. Now I want to combine this Gaussian Blur effect with the Motion effect that has that Scale adjustment applied and to do this I'm going to hold down here in Windows the Ctrl key and on Mac OS the Command key to make a multiple selection in the Effect Controls panel. With those two effect headings selected I can right-click, I can choose Save Preset... and let's call this Blur and scale and I'll click OK. Now you can see this combined effect preset in my Effects panel. And just so you can see it I'll choose another clip and I'll apply that preset to it. I'm just dragging and dropping and right away you can see we've got the Blur and the Scale of adjustment and with that clip selected in Effect Controls panel we can see there's that 85.0% scale adjustment and there's that Gaussian Blur. These presets are not fixed. They just pre set the settings for a particular effect speeding up the configuration of the effect. I can adjust this scale property for example and perhaps even reduce the Blurriness. Effect Presets allow you to become more efficient without restricting your creativity. Anytime you feel you might use an effect in a particular way often, make a preset.
It was a nice evening. The wetland looked more green, plants were flourishing! The soft rushes grew taller and flowered. More horsetails were seen, and the red osier dogwoods and Pacific ninebark grew out and began to bloom. So much more area was occupied by these and other plants in the wetland. Surprisingly, many eastern cottontails, rabbits with brown bodies and white tails, ran around and fed on grasses. This was the first time I saw them at this site. Red-winged blackbirds, crows, and many other birds were active in the wetland. A small-sized killdeer was wandering around, the big killdeer I observed a couple of weeks ago might be its parent. I also heard a woodpecker pecking a tree, creating that construction sound.
The air was fresh and it started drizzling, I felt the wet mud below where I was standing. I heard several different kinds of chirps, such as cawing, tweeting, and other sounds that might be coming from different species.
Looking at a 1 square meter scale, I saw rocks, moss, wood chips, and some small unknown organisms swimming in the water (Fig. 3). The smallest organism I found was a type of light brown insect(?) that could skip across the water surface. The body length of the organism was about 1mm and each skip was about 5 to 10 centimeters. Very impressive. It was relaxing to take time and observe what was in the water while hearing the drizzle and bird sounds. I also included a clip of what I saw at the bottom of the page.
Making this video was two things, a nightmare and a good learning experiance. Olivia got the interviews from Sam and helped her interview the two people who were affected by hurricane Sandy. But, it was my job (Paul) to do the editing. Each interview that we got was about 30 minuets long and trying to tell the story we wanted was not to hard. But, the hardest thing about the whole proccess was what do we cut out? The interviews had very good material and every time I had to cut something out it did not feel good. For this project though it needed to be cut. Now, when it came to editing, whatever could go wrong did. I had to fix the audio because for the guy speaking, the sound was only comming out of the left side. So the only way you could change it is if you make it into a stereo to a mono track before you put it in the timeline. So, since my draft was already edited I had to take all the boy parts and edit them in a seperate project to get a mono track and had to re-edit the whole thing again. Now when I had finished editing the video I was so relieve, but there is more challeneges ahead of me. When I went to export the video, Adobe Encore Media had stopped working for no reason. I found out that there is a corrupt file and I have to delete it, but that will take me hours to do and I do not have that time. So instead of exporting it in a higher quiality setting, I had to convert the video into a youtube preset which is not the best quality. Also, I would have liked more b footage photos and had the names of the People in the video , but I emailed Sam and she did not get back to me. Even though there is not that much B footage I still feel that it is a good enough video. The emotional expression on their faces is what makes the video for me. 041b061a72