Thursday, October 16, 2014

How to Upload a same Video Twice on YouTube With Different Names

YouTube hosts millions of user-created videos for free on its servers. The video-sharing website only requires registration to upload a video and start a channel. YouTube runs a checksum to analyze videos for duplicates to avoid hosting the same video more than once. The process blocks videos with the same content regardless of having different file names or video titles. Users have to change the length of the video to bypass detection.

Instructions





    • 1
      Open a video editing program. Windows Movie Maker is included with Windows 7. To open it, click "Start," then "All Programs," and then "Windows Movie Maker."
    • 2
      Open a Windows Movie Maker project by selecting "Open Project" from the drop-down menu in the top right corner. If you did not edit the video in Windows Movie Maker or did not edit the video at all, click "Add videos or photos." Browse to the video, select it, and click "Open."
    • 3
      Reduce the video's length by clicking "Edit" and then "Trim Tool." A preview video will appear with two points at each end. Drag the points inward to trim. Click "Save Trim" when finished.
    • 4
      Lengthen the movie by adding a title or credits. Click the "Add Title" or "Add Credits" buttons to the right of "Snapshot." Edit the text by double-clicking on the text icon below the video timeline. You can trim the length of the title using Step 3.
    • 5
      Save the video by clicking "Save movie" in the top left corner and then selecting "For computer."
    • 6
      Upload the video to YouTube by signing in to your account and selecting "Upload." Browse to the new video file, and select it. Enter a new name for the video, and click "Save changes."

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

How To Earn Money Online using Ojooo

How to Make Money Online using referrals at Ojooo

Ojooo is a Paid to Click (PTC) program that has been online for about 1 Year and Got more than 2 million members.
Even though Ojooo is a new site, it has established a good reputation in a short period of time.
Ojooo is paying on time and offering free worldwide service.

Here is how ojooo looks like:


You can earn money by viewing advertisements. It is free membership and zero investment.
If you are a beginner on the Paid To Click (PTC) world, you should read the strategies below.

Paidverts Strategy for $50 a day without Referrals

PaidVerts

Paidverts - Earn $50 a day without Referrals !!

Do you know Many peoples around you are earning over a $3000 per month Online from their Computer...

Are You ??... If no then No Worry !
Friends i have a trick.Today i will teach you how to earn not $3000 but $50 a day or $1500 a month. Yes, you can earn this amount from your own computer. And the best part is that you do not have to invest even a single Dollar and you can earn $1500 per month with your own effort, You also do not need even a Single Referral. The site name is Paidverts.
So, What is Paidverts ??...
PaidVerts is an advertising platform that pays you to interact with advertisers.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Probux Down: Gustavo did it again, sorry for your loss!

*** Update 15-Oct-2015 after being unreachable for more than 48 hrs Probux site is live again; but still it's blocking payments with below message***
*** Update 14-Nov-2015 From more than 48 hrs Probux site is down again***
Payment Request
The daily limit for transfers today has been exceeded.
Please try again at 00:00, 06:00, 12:00, or 18:00 server time.

______________________________________________________________________________
I’m used to blog exclusively about the Paid-To-Click sites I’m using. Why? Because I’m convinced the best way to share accurate insights about statistics and earning potentials is to be a member!
But today, I will break that rule!
Let’s speak about one of the biggest scammer of the industry: Mister Gustavo Gil Peron
(teamed up with Alexandre Pereira Prazers).
He deserves
an award a first place on our (virtual) wall of shame!
Indeed, he is the only owner who managed to rank, in a few years, at least five sites to the TOP 1000 most visited sites worldwide… Before closing them and running away with your money!
If you don’t know him yet, you surely want to read this…
because sooner or later he will be back!

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Data Deduplication explained

Data Deduplication

Data deduplication is a technique for reducing the amount of storage space an organization needs to save its data. In most organizations, the storage systems contain duplicate copies of many pieces of data. For example, the same file may be saved in several different places by different users, or two or more files that aren't identical may still include much of the same data. Deduplication eliminates these extra copies by saving just one copy of the data and replacing the other copies with pointers that lead back to the original copy. Companies frequently use deduplication in backup and disaster recovery applications, but it can be used to free up space in primary storage as well.

In its simplest form, deduplication takes place on the file level; that is, it eliminates duplicate copies of the same file. This kind of deduplication is sometimes called file-level deduplication or single instance storage (SIS). Deduplication can also take place on the block level, eliminating duplicated blocks of data that occur in non-identical files. Block-level deduplication frees up more space than SIS, and a particular type known as variable block or variable length deduplication has become very popular. Often the phrase "data deduplication" is used as a synonym for block-level or variable length deduplication.



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