The best way to make a copy of an already saved project is to use File > Save Project > Backup Project... and save to a new name. This makes a copy of the current project in its current state, leaving your current project open for continued working. See Managing Audacity Projects for more on how to work with Audacity project files.
EPS is compatible with most vector graphic programs, which makes it the most suitable way to distribute vector files of your NFT. If you want to make it easy for your art to be edited and used in other projects, consider including an EPS file.
Students who would like their technically creative work to be reviewed alongside their application materials can submit up to 4 media items (images, video, 3D models, audio files, documents, or external links), documenting one or several projects. Submitted media can reflect any step in the design process, from blueprints and specifications, through demonstrations of completed work. Students will also be asked to answer a few short questions about the duration of their project, their specific role in and contributions to the project, and contact information of a mentor or advisor who can speak to this creative work.
PSD is a proprietary layered image format that stands for Photoshop Document. These are original design files created in Photoshop that are fully editable with multiple layers and image adjustments. PSDs are primarily used to create and edit raster images, but this unique format can also contain vector layers as well, making it extremely flexible for a number of different projects. A PSD can be exported into any number of image file formats, including all of the raster formats listed above.
This package includes everything you'll need to use Video.js on a production site. By default, we bundle Video.js with Mozilla's excellent VTT.js. If you don't need VTT.js functionality for whatever reason, you can use one of the Video.js copies that don't include VTT.js. These have novtt in the name and can be found in the alt/ directory. font/ includes all the generated icon font files from the Videojs Font project. lang/ contains all the generated translation files.
Q: What can I submit as work samples?A: Work samples should provide evidence of your work as a professional artist and may include still images, short videos; audio or dynamic media files; writing samples (e.g., excerpt of poem, script or play), etc. Applicants may also submit images/videos related to the proposed project.
If you are playing around with the HTML5 Video tag you might need some sample video files and these video files have to be in different web formats. The problem is that different browsers support different types of video files, so to provide proper cross-browser support, you need to convert your video into many different formats. I plan on writing more about HTML5 Video and some cool things that it allows you to do but as a start, I wanted to convert one small video file into a lot of different formats and provide these files as a sample video for anyone to use in their tests and projects.For web browsers, you are basically going to need MP4, WebM and Ogg formats(Ogg format is specified as type=video/ogg but the video extension is .ogv) while mobile browsers will use MP4 and 3GP formats. And HTML5 is obviously about eliminating the need for Flash but I will include flv format as well. The original mp4 is really small, just 385Kb and the video lasts 5 seconds. Feel free to use the following files for whatever you need: 2b1af7f3a8