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Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Uhlmann Ford and Uhlmann RVUhlmann RV is conveniently located at Olympia’s Auto Mall.Uhlmann Ford and Uhlmann RV are happy to announce they will be renamed to Awesome Ford and Awesome RV effective December 1, 2014. The name change is part of a rebranding initiative to better align the company’s name with its current operations and take the company into the future.Heidi Pehl, owner of I-5 Auto Group, says “Our name change will better differentiate ourselves from the competition and allow us to market ourselves in the manner in which we currently operate. Our customers are Awesome, and our services are Awesome. That is the message we want to convey to all of our customers and employees. We take great pride in continuing the Uhlmann family name for so long, but it is now time for a change to better meet our current business and carry us into the future.”The name change coincides with a major remodel of the existing Uhlmann Ford and Uhlmann RV facility located on Interstate Avenue in Chehalis, Washington. The Ford Service and Parts Department will relocate from their current location at I-5 Toyota, finally joining the Ford Sales Department that had previously relocated with Uhlmann RV.Both the Ford and RV dealerships will open under their new name on December 1, 2014. The newly remodeled dealership also will include the all-new I-5 Tire Center, which will provide all vehicle maintenance needs, including brakes, tires, and batteries on all makes and models. Awesome Ford and Awesome RV look forward to the next generation of selling and servicing Fords and RVs in the Northwest.Awesome Ford and Awesome RV are part of the I-5 Auto Group, which employs 193 people and consists of I-5 Toyota Scion, South Sound Trucks, South Sound Trucks of Olympia and Volkswagen of Olympia. For more information on these dealerships, visit www.i-5cars.com.
Robo56 with Paty_Ruth at 4P- Ctenicky haj (GLPGNFNK), Czech RepublicThis is why it’s always better to geocache with a friend – you never know when you’ll need that extra lift! Notognio with Jicki 123 at first one (GLPCQXHP), LuxembourgA small cache nets big smiles from these two pals! xprank with sysmeg at Зелен ад – Zelene peklo – Green Hell (GC4FNB8), BulgariaKeep smiling, don’t turn around. Nothing to see back there. Icke! with DieKaiserin at “Klein Venedig” (GLPGEJMC), Bayern, GermanyThumbs up for new adventures! TeamHokulea with CacherTobi at Hawaii Kai TB hotel (GLPGTN4Y), HawaiiIsland-style geocaching. Abbysch1 with Ces1993 at Bailey’s Happy Landing (GC5B203), Connecticut, United StatesExtra points for bringing the entire crew! During Friend to Find Week, thousands of geocachers took their “muggle” friends to find their very first cache.We were thrilled with the submissions to the Friend to Find photo contest. Almost 2000 entries, from every corner of the world, provided evidence for a lot of friend-ly geocaching. The pictures were all so fun, we wish we could have named them all winners! However, we did cull it down to the Top Ten that we felt did the best job of portraying the breadth of your experiences. Well done to all of the participants, and congratulations to the winners – a new profile badge is headed your way! HumbleCat with ETraveller at Bassett Cove (GLPG6P4N), Southwest England, United KingdomPhotobomb, geocaching style. A big thanks to everyone who participated in Friend to Find Week.Who first introduced you to geocaching? Tell us in the comments below.Share with your Friends:More SharePrint RelatedFAQs: The lost treasure of Mary HydeJuly 10, 2017In “Learn”Geocachers make history at Geowoodstock 2018June 29, 2018In “News”A peek into a secret cache building society: Interview with cache owner CacheDweebDecember 20, 2018In “Community” KristaWalks with Zoey_the_Puppy at Elmiras Famous #3 (GLPGAG4A), New York, United StatesHonorable Mention (to be fair, when we announced the contest, we never specified the number of legs). Seemyshell with InTheLoop at 1000 Young (GLPF8P1J), New South Wales, AustraliaSeemyshell knows that if you’re going to introduce a friend to geocaching, you might as well start at the top! Misselyne with GOCLO at la nano a Eric Monté à bord svp (GLPF85TA), Quebec, CanadaCould these two be any more excited?
Expressions: HitFilm currently does not support expressions or scripting of any kind. This means it’s probably not a great option for creating templates, as there are no expression controllers like sliders, checkboxes, and color boxes. However, the staff at HitFilm have said that they are “very interested in including [expressions] in future developments.”Pick Whips: One of the best hidden features in After Effects is the pick whip tool. This tool, when coupled with simple expressions, will radically change the way you work with motion graphics. Unfortunately, HitFilm’s closest answer is simply a dropdown parent menu, which is nice — but it’s certainly not enough to keep AE users happy.Multi-Cam Editor: A good litmus test to see if a video editing program is serious about targeting the professional market is to look for a multi-cam editor. Unfortunately, there is not one in HitFilm at this time. But if DaVinci Resolve or FCPX are indicators of what the natural feature progression of a software might be, it’s safe to say we could very likely see a multi-cam editor in the future.Shape Layers: Sorry, motion designers. There are no shape layers or layer styles inside of HitFilm. It seems complex shape-based designs are near impossible to create in HitFilm Quick Answer: Sometimes How Is It Different Than After Effects?HitFilm is a compositing software before anything else. The developers of HitFilm have clearly spent a lot of time perfecting the individual effects, and their hard work is much appreciated by the PremiumBeat team. HitFilm is a great software for quickly adding ‘cool’ effects to your project. In fact, a lot of the effects and presets found in HitFilm can’t be found in After Effects by default (fire, smoke, snow, etc.).HitFilm’s compositing workflow is incredibly fast. Simply clicking a tab is so much easier than using the Adobe Dynamic link or exporting footage. After Effects users will be surprised that you can even watch footage without having to render it first (gasp).The software is designed for beginner-to-intermediate level VFX artists and compositors. Its large, sleek interface makes it incredibly easy to use, but somewhat difficult to organize once you begin to have more than ten layers.With HitFilm, what you see is what you get. This is great because you can easily learn and use the software. But it’s bad in that there is clearly a creative ceiling you will hit when using HitFilm. You could spend your entire career learning new things in After Effects. I don’t think the same could be said about HitFilm.HitFilm is faster at compositing than After Effects, making it a powerful tool for VFX artists. If all you do is compositing and VFX work, you would probably be more happy working inside of HitFilm than After Effects (once you get used to the workflow).HitFilm vs. After Effects: Who Wins?Here’s our quick (and highly opinionated) feature comparison between After Effects and HitFilm.3D Compositing: HitFilmVFX Work: HitFilmColor Grading: HitFilmImporting 3D Models: HitFilmLens Flares: HitFilmParticle Generators: HitFilmSimulations: HitFilmTemplate Creation: After EffectsTitle Generation: After EffectsMotion Graphics: After Effects3D Animation: HitFilm2D Animation: After EffectsRender Speed: HitFilmEase-of-Use: HitFilmCustomization: After EffectsExporting: After Effects with Media EncoderRotoscoping: Slight Edge to After EffectsCamera/Footage Tracking: After EffectsThird-Party Plugins: After EffectsSupport/Tutorials: After EffectsScore: HitFilm 10, After Effects 10Can it Replace After Effects? With a slick interface and advanced editing features, HitFilm 4 Pro is a post-production powerhouse.Editor’s Note: PremiumBeat is not paid by any software manufacturer or developer. All of our reviews reflect our honest opinions of the software. It’s hard to remember the last time we’ve been really excited about a new software launch. While it seems like other software companies have been slowly plateauing, the good people at HitFilm have quietly been perfecting their software. Their latest release, HitFilm 4 Pro, is an amazing reminder that video innovation is not dead. HitFilm gave us the opportunity to review their new software. Here’s our experience.The InterfaceThe professional video editing world is notorious for creating very unapproachable products, but HitFilm is completely the opposite. Users with just a very basic understanding of video editing software will be able to figure out how to use HitFilm 4 Pro. The software is essentially Premiere Pro/Final Cut Pro and After Effects combined into one editing platform. The sleek design is easy to navigate and the buttons and icons are all virtually self-explanatory.There are two main layouts which you will use when working inside of HitFilm: Edit and Compositing. In this regard, it’s very similar to DaVinci Resolve or Adobe Lightroom.The editing workspace looks and feels like a modern NLE, complete with video and audio effects. While it doesn’t have all of the features associated with modern day professional video editing applications, it has all of the basic tools you need to do a simple-to-intermediate editing project. In my experience with HitFilm’s editing interface, I never once ran into any playback issues or bugs, which is more than I can say about Premiere Pro.The compositing interface is essentially a hybrid 3D version of After Effects — but unlike After Effects, you don’t have to open a separate software. Compositing is a great descriptor for this tab because that’s clearly what HitFilm was designed to be. Inside the compositing interface, you will find a series of effects, tools, and features that are ‘sexier’ versions of After Effects plugins and effects. Unlike other high-end compositing softwares, HitFilm is a layer-based software, just like After Effects.The buttons and icons are big in HitFilm, which is fantastic. You don’t have to squint your eyes to see them. However, this can occasionally lead to some cramped working conditions if you are working on a laptop screen.Learning CurveDifficulty: 3/10If you have any experience with modern video editing applications, you’ll quickly be able to pick up HitFilm. We were able to jump right in and use HitFilm without any problems whatsoever. HitFilm uses human language to label their software and it makes the entire editing/compositing process very easy. If you’re completely new to HitFilm, you could probably learn most of the features within just a few hours of messing around in the software.When you launch HitFilm, you are immediately welcomed with a page that has tutorials and articles about HitFilm. They also have an ever-growing network of forums online that answered all of the questions we had about the software when we did a quick Google search.Non-Exclusive FeaturesIf you’ve spent time with Adobe After Effects, you’ll quickly be able to jump into HitFilm. There are a lot of features that you will immediately recognize:Masks: Masks work very similarly to those found in After Effects. There’s a pen tool that can quickly be used to mask out certain areas of your layers along with an ellipse tool and rectangle tool.Graph Editor: If you’re a fan of organic animation, you’ll be happy to see that HitFilm has a graph editor that can be used to smooth out keyframes.Parenting: While you won’t find a pick whip anywhere, you can still parent objects together in HitFilm. You can also use the null object (point) trick to quickly move a camera and rotate it around a fixed point of interest.Effects: HitFilm has virtually all of the basic effects you’ll find in all of the major video editing applications. You’ll find levels, curves, blurs, sharpens, and every other basic effect you can imagine built into HitFilm.Rolling Shutter Repair: Like many modern NLEs, HitFilm has a built-in rolling shutter repair tool.There are also many other basic features that HitFilm includes, like blending modes, audio tools, and editing tools.Exclusive HitFilm FeaturesHitFilm’s exclusive built-in features are impressive… really impressive. Here are a few of our favorites.Pro Skin Retouch: If you’re working on a fashion film or commercial, the skin retouching tool inside of HitFilm is a really great feature. You can easily select skin and smooth it out. You can also adjust skin saturation, exposure, and glow in this effect. There’s even an option to convert your skin selection into a black-and-white mask.Hyperdrive: While this effect is rather specific, if you’ve ever wanted to create a Star Wars-esque hyperdrive effect, you can easily do so using the Hyperdrive Effect in HitFilm.Action Tools: Working on an action film? Using the built-in gunfire effect, you can customize and create 3D muzzle flashes without having to use pre-rendered action effects like Action Essentials from Video Copilot. Users can adjust cone shape, flare distance, and color all from inside the gunfire effect. There are also amazing smoke, explosion, tornado, debris, fire, and rain effects all built-into HitFilm.All-in-One Color Grading Tools: While you’ll find your normal vibrance, sharpen, and levels effects in HitFilm, there are also a few special color grading tools that deserve a mention. The coolest color grading tool is the bleach bypass effect which can easily be dropped onto any layer. Users can adjust the bleach bypass intensity using a slider. There is also a cine-style effect designed to emulate cinematic color grades. While I wouldn’t say any of these features would ever replace color grading by hand, they can be quite fun to mess with.Distortion Tools: HitFilm includes built-in distortion and noise tools that can be used to simulate a distorted video or film. Most notably, HitFilm has an awesome ‘Film Damage’ effect which can be used to create a Grindhouse effect to your footage.3D Object Importing: You can easily import 3D models into HitFilm just like video files. This is a fantastic feature that gives HitFilm a considerable advantage to After Effects, which utilizes the Cineware effect to import 3D objects. In a way, HitFilm 4 Pro’s native 3D tools work a lot like Element 3D.Form-Based Particle Emitter: HitFilm has a an amazing tool called Atomic Particle Effect which essentially creates a particle system that surrounds both 2D and 3D objects alike. This tool works a lot like Trapcode Form, but it’s included in the software.There are plenty of other exclusive features in HitFilm, but these are just a few that stood out during our review. HitFilm has a few particle generator effects that are extremely customizable and support 3D. In a way the particle generator built-into HitFilm is like Element 3D and Trapcode Particular, and Trapcode Form combined. You can even use moving 3D animated models in the particle generator. For more info on the particle generator I recommend checking out HitFilm’s site. It should also be noted that HitFilm is incredibly fast at rendering out all of the effects listed above. There were only a few moments during our review that HitFilm didn’t play all of the effects in real-time. However it did have a few crashing issues while we were reviewing it. Features HitFilm Is LackingWhile I’m sure there are a few features missing in this list, here are a few of the features we found lacking:Advanced Text Editor: The text editor inside of HitFilm isn’t as advanced as those found in Adobe Software. For example, there are only a limited number of paragraph options, no align tool, and you must make a text box in order to create text. In this regard, it’s clear to see that HitFilm is more of a compositing software than motion graphics software. HitFilm 4 Pro will never be able to replace After Effects entirely, but I don’t think that’s what its designed to do. HitFilm is an easy-to-use alternative to After Effects that offers users a set of powerful features that would be incredibly difficult (if not impossible) to simulate in After Effects. In most cases it felt like HitFilm 4 Pro was at least twice as fast as After Effects.There are some situations in which you would probably want to use HitFilm over After Effects. If you’re working on an indie action sequence, you’d be mistaken to use After Effects over HitFilm. But if you’re working on a 2D animation, there’s no way you would want to use HitFilm over After Effects.If After Effects is beginning to annoy you, or if you’re looking for a quick 3D compositing solution, I highly recommend downloading the free trial from HitFilm. After you begin to familiarize yourself with the effects, you’ll be able to get a better idea as to when you might want to use HitFilm over After Effects and vice-versa.ConclusionHitFilm 4 Pro is the most exciting video software I have ever used. The program was clearly designed with artists in mind. From fast playback to 3D models, HitFilm 4 Pro has virtually everything an aspiring filmmaker, compositor, or VFX artist needs to create amazing works of art. Sure it’s not After Effects, but in a lot of ways it’s better. HitFilm is trailblazing a new era of video editing software, and if Adobe doesn’t up their game, they may be left in the dust.CostHitFilm Pro 4 Costs $349 and can be purchased directly from HitFilm’s website. You can also download a no time-limit free trial from HitFilm’s website. Just keep in mind that you will only be able to export 30 seconds of YouTube SD quality footage in the trial. Hitfilm is compatible with both Mac and PC.What do you think of Hitfilm 4 Pro? Share in the comments below.
Johnny McNicholl has called for artificial pitches to be outlawed after he and a number of his Scarlets team-mates suffered burns and blisters during Friday night’s Guinness Pro14 semi-final in Glasgow and the region’s Scotland captain, John Barclay, ruptured an achilles’ tendon that will keep him out for six months.The following day the Wasps flanker Jack Willis, who had just been called into the England squad, ruptured ligaments in his right knee on Saracens’ artificial pitch and will be out of action for up to a year. Last month the Pau back-row Steffon Armitage ruptured an achilles’ tendon during the European Challenge Cup semi-final defeat at Cardiff Blues and is unlikely to play again this year. Reuse this content Read more Share on Pinterest World Rugby has conducted injury surveys on artificial pitches, including incidents involving concussion, and no material difference has been found with grass surfaces. It says it has put robust processes in place for the accreditation of firms who produce the pitches and on their installation.Glasgow and the Blues are the two teams in the Pro14 who have artificial pitches while in the Premiership Saracens, Newcastle and Worcester have them. Gloucester intended joining them next season but after taking advice from their players, the club is spending £1m on a surface that will be a hybrid of grass and artificial grass fibres. Share on Facebook Sign up for The Breakdown, our weekly rugby union email. Share via Email Share on Messenger Leinster Share on LinkedIn Rugby union Share on WhatsApp … we have a small favour to ask. More people, like you, are reading and supporting the Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many news organisations, we made the choice to keep our reporting open for all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford to pay.The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.Our editorial independence means we set our own agenda and voice our own opinions. Guardian journalism is free from commercial and political bias and not influenced by billionaire owners or shareholders. This means we can give a voice to those less heard, explore where others turn away, and rigorously challenge those in power.We hope you will consider supporting us today. We need your support to keep delivering quality journalism that’s open and independent. Every reader contribution, however big or small, is so valuable. Support The Guardian from as little as $1 – and it only takes a minute. Thank you. Since you’re here… Glasgow Rugby Scarlets news Exeter and Saracens show pedigree to promise spectacular grand finale Share on Twitter “I do not like playing on artificial pitches because you run a high risk of being injured,” said McNicholl, the New Zealander who played at full-back in Glasgow. “I went down on the deck for the ball and got a massive grass burn on my backside. I have a dozen grazes and my feet are numb. I have been sticking to the sheets for the last few nights.“I hope more of these pitches do not crop up because I would not want to play on them. Our physio’s room has been packed this week and I was not the worst. I said to the trainer during the game that such a pitch should be made illegal. I much prefer grass.”The Scarlets’ head coach, Wayne Pivac, described Glasgow’s pitch as “very bad” and said that the number of players who needed treatment this week had hampered training preparations for Saturday’s Pro14 final against Leinster in Dublin. “No one was able to train yesterday [Monday] and many sat it out today, which was unfortunate,” he went on. “It is not anything that will stop them playing this weekend but it is not ideal. I am not a fan of these pitches.”Glasgow said they were “entirely happy” with the pitch at Scotstoun Stadium, which was installed in 2016 and was fully compliant with the performance specification of World Rugby, which has held a World Series sevens event at the ground. Topics Support The Guardian
A record 210 teams will take to the fields at Hervey Bay Sports Complex this weekend to compete in the 2015 Queensland Touch Football Junior State Cup. Teams across 10 divisions, from under 10’s through to under 18’s, will take part in the three day event, from Friday, 10 July through to Sunday, 12 July 2015. To keep up-to-date with all the latest news and information from the 2015 Queensland Junior State Cup, please visit the following website and social media pages:Website – www.qldtouch.com.auFacebook – www.facebook.com/qldtouch Twitter – www.twitter.com/queenslandtouchInstagram – www.instagram.com/qldtouch 2014 Queensland Junior State Cup results10’s BoysToowoomba White 3 defeated Gold Coast (A) 110’s GirlsGold Coast (A) 3 defeated BMTA Red 112’s BoysToowoomba White 3 defeated Palm Beach Blue 212’s GirlsBMTA Red 6 defeated Toowoomba White 214’s BoysGold Coast (A) 6 defeated BMTA Red 514’s GirlsGold Coast (1) 5 defeated BMTA Red 016’s BoysRockhampton 4 defeated Gold Coast (A) 316’s GirlsKawana 8 defeated BMTA 618’s BoysRedlands 5 defeated Rockhampton 318’s GirlsCaboolture 4 defeated Redlands 2Related Links2015 QLD JSC
Adrian: The Scouse link which landed Liverpool dealby Paul Vegas7 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveAdrian admits an ex-teammate – and Scouser – at West Ham United helped secure him a move to Liverpool.Merseysider Aaron Cresswell, formerly of Tranmere Rovers, urged Reds goalkeeper coach John Achterberg to go for Adrian after Alisson broke down at the start of the season.Cresswell knows Achterberg from their time together at Prenton Park.Adrian told the Telegraph: “I only knew it after I signed. “So thank you Cress for having had a good word for me.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Braxton Miller Ohio State TrophiesAfter watching Ohio State’s surprising run to the national championship last year under the guidance of two backup signal-callers, college football fans often forget how much Braxton Miller accomplished when he was the starting quarterback for the Buckeyes. Thursday, the OSU senior reminded us all with one Instagram post. Miller, letting the photo do the talking, posted a selfie with a number of the trophies he’s won featured in the background. Check it out: A photo posted by Columbus /O H I O (@braxtonmiller92) on Jun 11, 2015 at 9:46am PDT Miller has won a number of individual awards – including the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year and the Chicago Tribune Silver Football twice each. He may not be done either – he very well could be the starter this fall, if things work in his favor.
Roy Williams DabWhen you beat your rival on the road and clinch the seventh ACC regular season title in your tenure as head coach, there’s only one thing you can do: dab. North Carolina head coach Roy Williams did his best Cam Newton impression and broke out his dab in the post-game locker room tonight, much to the delight of his players. Not bad, Roy. That’s one thing we can’t see coach K doing.
Facebook Advertisement Swan’s filmography includes plum roles in Marvel’s Inhumans, Ballers, Smallville and Graceland. But she’s breaking new ground and having the time of her life in Jenny’s coroner scrubs — and in lifting the character beyond the usual crime procedural clichés. Advertisement Jenny Cooper isn’t a real person, but you wouldn’t know it from the way Serinda Swan talks about her.“I love Jenny’s strength,” Swan says. “I love her weakness. I love her exploration of who she is.”The Vancouver-born actress portrays Dr. Jenny Cooper on Coroner, the CBC’s Toronto-shot crime procedural based on the series of books by British novelist Matthew Hall. Coroner — which premiered earlier this month —follows the personal and professional exploits of Dr. Cooper in the aftermath of her husband’s unexpected death. Vancouver-born actress Serinda Swan stars in the CBC drama Coroner. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Advertisement Twitter