Hovis leads the way on RHM’s road to recovery

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first_imgThe RHM group trumpeted “a significantly improved trading performance” in the second half of the year to 29 April. The full year pre-tax profit fell to £7.4m from £63.7m the year before.Although group sales grew 2.1% last year to £1.6bn, growth picked up in the second half and reached 3.7%, said RHM. Strong sales of Hovis, for example, helped to compensate for a fall in sales of branded cakes, especially in the first half.The cakes division’s sales fell 8.7% to £241m and underlying profit fell 27.5% to £13.2m. RHM said the second-half performance of Manor Bakeries was better than a year before despite “a disappointing” first half, including poor Mr Kipling cake sales.Mr Kipling sales fell 14.1% year-on-year in the first half and 8% in the second half, but RHM predicted that sales this financial year would at least match last year’s.Mr Kipling cakes are now free of artificial flavours and colourings, with some upgraded recipes and new packaging. In the second half, RHM switched £3m from advertising to in-store and other promotions to stimulate sales but added: “There remains, however, much to be done to realise the full potential of the Mr Kipling brand.”RHM’s bread bakeries division boosted turnover by 4.1% to £786m, with increased sales of Hovis and Hovis price rises. It said the division’s underlying profit increased 26.4% to £81.4m, with better pricing, restructuring and lower pension costs offset in part by the higher cost of supplying new convenience store customers and £11m of higher energy costs.New Hovis products including the crustless Hovis Invisible Crust loaf and demand for healthier products helped to increase the brand’s market share from 29.1% the year before to a record 31.6%.The flour business in the bakeries division increased sales to £140m from £134m the year before. RHM said that the impact of the closure of three old mills was more than offset by increased sales from its Wellingborough mill, which it bought in July 2005.last_img read more


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first_imgOral corticosteroids (like prednisone, cortisone or dexamethasone) can cause bone loss if taken regularly. Other medicines, such as antiseizure drugs, very high-dose thyroid drugs or drugs that lower testosterone levels, can also cause bone loss.One study compared two groups of women who had asthma. One group used inhaled corticosteroids, commonly known as steroids, to control asthma symptoms. The other group didn’t use steroids.All of the women had their BMD measured over three years. Women who used inhaled steroids had more bone loss in their hips and upper thigh bones than women who didn’t use steroids. The women who inhaled more than eight puffs of steroids daily had even more bone loss than those who inhaled only four to eight puffs. The more inhaled steroid used, the greater the bone loss.While this study makes inhaled steroids sound harmful, people with asthma shouldn’t stop using them.Consult Your Doctor Both studies bring to light the unseen and harmful effects some drugs can have on bones. It’s very important for people taking drugs that can cause bone loss to consume adequate amounts of calcium and vitamin D. Adult men and women need 1,000 milligrams of calcium and 200 international units of vitamin D daily. Adults over 50 need 1,200 mg calcium and 400 to 600 IU vitamin D daily. This is easily supplied by three or more servings of milk daily. However, you may also need to take calcium and vitamin D supplements to protect bones from the medication side effects.We all need to get as much physical activity as possible, especially weight-bearing exercises like walking, dancing or gardening, to keep bones strong. It’s important to avoid things that weaken bones, like smoking and heavy drinking.If you have any of these risk factors, ask your doctor if you need medications that prevent bone loss.To read more on bone loss studies, visit this Web site: http://content.nejm.org/content/vol345/issue13/index.shtml. We learn as children that milk builds strong teeth and bones. But as adults, we need to be aware that things can tear down our bones, too.Two new, similar studies examined medications that can influence bone mineral density. BMD is a measure of bone strength and bone mineral content. Low BMD puts both men and women at risk for osteoporosis-related fractures. Healthy BMD depends on many factors, including adequate calcium and vitamin D intake and regular exercise. Bone loss, or low BMD, can be caused by not getting enough calcium and vitamin D, as well as by smoking, inactivity, genetics and certain medications.Drugs Can Cause Bone Losscenter_img If you have asthma, work with your doctor to control your asthma symptoms with the lowest steroid doses possible or with nonsteroidal asthma medications. Also, talk to your doctor about BMD testing and how to protect your bones.The second study looked at preventing or slowing bone loss in men treated for prostate cancer. These patients are often treated with drugs that decrease levels of testosterone (male hormones). Bone loss is a common side effect. This drug-induced bone loss can cause osteoporosis and increase fracture risk in men.All of the men in the study were treated with a testosterone-lowering drug. Half were also treated with a drug that works to slow bone loss.Men treated with the testosterone-lowering drug alone lost bone in their spine, hip and thighbones. Men both treated with the bone-saving drug and testosterone-lowering drug had no bone loss.About 200,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year. If you are diagnosed with prostate cancer, discuss treatment options and side effects with your doctor. If you’re taking testosterone-lowering drugs, discuss how to slow bone loss and if you need BMD testing.Calcium, Activity Criticallast_img read more


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first_imgOrkney Isles light up with Scotrenewables tidal powerScotrenewables Tidal Power’s SR2000 produced 116MWh in less than a week of continuous generation, providing nearly 7% of Orkney’s electricity demand in August 2017. The power was produced from the 2MW floating tidal generator during ongoing trials at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC).On shorter periods, the SR2000 output’s contribution to the Orkney grid exceeded 25% of demand over a seven day period, the Scottish-based tidal energy developer said.Turbulent tides hit AlderneyAlderney Commission for Renewable Energy (ACRE) has reportedly cancelled the agreement with Alderney Renewable Energy for the development of tidal power resources around the island’s waters. The body in charge of licensing and regulating renewable energy developments in Alderney, the ACRE, has decided to end the agreement with Alderney Renewable Energy due to apparent breach of contract, the BBC has reported.The contract in question is actually a 65-year permit Alderney Renewable Energy received from ACRE in 2008 to install tidal turbines and infrastructure for renewable energy systems in Alderney’s territorial waters in the English Channel – an area of 48 square miles with an estimated tidal resource in excess of 3000MW.Illustration/OpenHydro tidal turbine (Photo: DCNS) SE Asia in the spotlight for new floating tidal technologyInternational collaboration between European and Asian clean energy developers has resulted in the introduction of a new floating tidal energy solution for Southeast Asia. Sustainable Marine Energy (SME), and Schottel Hydro, clean energy developers from UK and Germany respectively, have been working together to develop an integrated surface floating tidal platform solution known as PLAT-I.The platform floats on the surface of the water hosting four Schottel’s SIT 250 turbines, with the total capacity of 268kW. It is meant for deployment in less aggressive tidal sites to enable the exploitation of a greater number of locations to support island communities.A significant opportunity exists in the Philippines to harness the power of the oceans to provide a reliable supply of energy as the country boasts more than 7,000 islands, many of which are isolated communities that still have limited access to electricity.GE drops Oceade tidal turbine. Sinks NEPTHYD projectGeneral Electric (GE) has decided to not pursue further development of the Oceade tidal turbine, which resulted in Engie shelving the tidal array demo project planned for Raz Blanchard, off France. The two companies were selected in 2014 to develop a tidal array demonstration farm where GE was tasked with supplying four Oceade 1.4-18 tidal turbines for the project dubbed NEPTHYD.However, GE decided to suspend the development of the Oceade tidal turbine and redeployed around 40 of its employees working on tidal developments across its other activities, mainly in offshore wind, French media reported. As a result, Engie decided to shelve the NEPTHYD project citing ‘lack of supplier’ as the reason.Cape Sharp Tidal untangles Bay of Fundy tidal turbineCape Sharp Tidal has recovered its 2MW tidal turbine from the Bay of Fundy after untangling the line that caused a two-month-long delay in its retrieval. The turbine was recovered on Thursday, June 15, 2017, after it was set free from the tangled line around its subsea base that was preventing its safe retrieval. After that, the turbine was moved to Port Saint John for maintenance.Illustration/Cape Sharp Tidal deployment (Photo: FORCE) Tidal Energy Today is bringing you the list of the articles you read the most in 2017.MeyGen nears 400MWh of tidal power generationAtlantis Resources has revealed that in the first three weeks of March, the average generation at MeyGen has been sufficient to power the equivalent of 1,250 UK homes. The power performance of the turbines at MeyGen exceeded the contractual output guarantees, putting the project on track to achieve capacity factors in excess of 40%.The first phase of the MeyGen tidal array project started operation in November 2016, subsequently securing the full Ofgem accreditation as a 5 ROC project in February 2017. MeyGen’s Phase 1A features four tidal turbines with a total capacity of 6MW, three of which built by Andritz Hydro Hammerfest (AHH) and one AR1500 Atlantis turbine.Giant wave device sails across Atlantic for Wave Hub trialsIn February 2017 the US-based wave energy developer GWave unveiled plans to deploy a 9MW wave energy device at the Wave Hub testing center in UK. GWave spent the past decade developing its Power Generation Vessel (PGV) technology, and is currently preparing to bring the first full-scale device for testing purposes at the Wave Hub test center, off Cornwall.The device floats on surface of the ocean and pitches with the swells as the waves pass underneath. Inside the device there are weighs which swing in counter motion to generate electricity.The target date for the deployment of the device is summer of 2018.Philippines plans 20GW of renewable energy capacity by 2040Energy Secretary for the Philippines, Alfonso Cusi, said in April 2017 that the country plans to add at least 20,000MW of renewable energy capacities by 2040. Cusi made the statement during the launch of the Renewables Readiness Assessment (RRA) for the Philippines, undertaken by the country’s Department of Energy (DOE) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).PLAT-I tidal platform generates first powerThe 280kW PLAT-I platform was installed on November 25, 2017, and within two days after the installation, the SME and Schottel Hydro teams completed the first phase of commissioning the system. The work resulted in first power generation, and according to the developers, all four Schottel Instream Turbines (SITs) mounted on the platform reached their rated power of 70kW each, and proved their performance characteristics.Also, SME said the platform demonstrated ‘excellent stability’ throughout a range of tide and weather conditions, operating autonomously through its platform control system during spring tides in December 2017.SIT turbines on the PLAT-I platform (Photo: SME)center_img Horizon 2020 picks Nova Innovation to lead €20M tidal arrays projectEuropean Union’s Horizon 2020 has selected Nova Innovation to lead the project that aims to increase the commercial viability of tidal power through tidal arrays optimization. The project, titled Enabling Future Arrays in Tidal (EnFAIT), will build on Nova’s existing operational tidal power station in Bluemull Sound off the Shetland Islands in Scotland, which was one of the world’s first grid-connected offshore array of tidal energy turbines.It will extend the Bluemull Sound array to six turbines and seek to demonstrate that high array reliability and availability can be achieved using best practice maintenance regimes. Also, the layout of the turbines will be adjusted to enable array interactions and optimization to be studied for the very first time at an operational tidal energy site.The EnFAIT project began in July, and will run until June 2022, bringing together a consortium of nine leading industrial, academic and research organizations from across Europe.Tidal Energy Todaylast_img read more


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first_img­­­­­­By Mary Ann BourbeauWEST LONG BRANCH – Monmouth University will now be the official archival repository for Bruce Springsteen’s written works, photographs, periodicals and artifacts.The creation of the Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music, a collaborative partnership between the rocker and the university, was announced on Jan. 10 during “A Conversation with Bruce Springsteen,” held at the university’s Pollak Theatre.“Monmouth University is excited by the opportunity to grow our relationship with Bruce Springsteen,” said Monmouth University President Paul R. Brown. “The establishment of the Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music celebrates and reinforces the Jersey Shore’s legacy in the history of American music while providing a truly transformative experience for our students.”Springsteen said he was honored yet humbled that this new center was being formed to honor his respected body of work.The new collaboration builds on a relationship the university has with the The Boss.The Bruce Springsteen Special Collection at Monmouth University opened on campus in 2011. It is a research facility that contains 35,000 items from nearly 47 countries, covering every stage of Springsteen’s career – books, magazines, fanzines, newspaper articles, comic books, tour books, academic journals and papers. The new center will build on that, promoting the legacy of Springsteen and his role in American music while celebrating other icons, including Woody Guthrie, Hank Williams and Frank Sinatra.“We are excited about the opportunities this creates for our students and the community,” said Joe Rapolla, chair of the Music and Theatre Department and director of the Music Industry Program at the university. “Bruce has a long history at Monmouth, and we look forward to adhering to his high standards of excellence as we begin this new venture.”After the announcement was made, the conversation with Springsteen began, moderated by Robert Santelli, a former music professor at Monmouth University. Santelli currently serves as executive director of the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. The two spent time talking about Springsteen’s early history in the Long Branch area, where he played dozens of concerts, nine of them on the Monmouth College campus. Many were with his early bands – the Castiles, Earth, Steel Mill and Dr. Zoom & the Sonic Boom.“I remember playing on the great lawn out back in my shirtless days,” he said. “We played here in the gym. We had a pretty good local audience. Those were big shows for us in those days. We pulled in a couple of thousand people. At a buck a head, you could live for a long time on that.”Springsteen spoke of the small house he lived in on West End Court, where he wrote most of his breakthrough album, “Born to Run.” He also reminisced about playing at the Upstage Club, a small venue above a beauty salon in Asbury Park, and about the up-and-coming bands he saw in Convention Hall, such as The Who, when they opened for Herman’s Hermits.“The scene was pretty rich with musicians,” he said. “There were a lot of venues for commercial acts and Top 40 bands. But if you played original music, it was tough to find a place to play. It was difficult to find a paying job.”Santelli noted that back in those days, the Jersey Shore didn’t have the national reputation for its music scene that it has today.“It had the reputation of a place you want to get out of,” Santelli said.Springsteen noted that he read in the newspaper the day before that New Jersey leads the nation with the highest number of residents exiting the state for elsewhere.“I made my living writing about moving away,” he said. “Maybe there was something to that.”He spoke of his early creative process, when he was greatly influenced by the songs of Bob Dylan and Tim Buckley.“I decided I was going to be a poet even though I don’t read poetry,” he said. “I had a rhyming dictionary and I was going with it 100 percent. The entire ‘Blinded by the Light’ came from that dictionary.”Once “Born to Run” was released, Springsteen became such a success that in October 1975, he was famously on the cover of Time and Newsweek at the same time.“It was a big deal,” Springsteen said. “For the young people in the audience, Time and Newsweek were magazines. I’ve actually outlived them.”After the 90-minute conversation ended, Springsteen answered some questions from the audience in the 700-seat auditorium. One man wanted to know why Springsteen decided to play the Super Bowl half-time show.“They were asking me to do it for about 10 years but it seemed a little on the cheesy side, like the music was incidental,” he said.As the years went on, he became more impressed with the production of the shows and decided to take on the challenge.“It was the most terrifying and thrilling 12 minutes of my work life,” he said.last_img read more


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first_imgBy Patrick Olivero OCEANPORT – The Kortney Rose Foundation has raised over $2.3 million in recent years for pediatric brain tumor research. The 14th annual Kortney’s Challenge Two Mile Fun Run / Walk at Monmouth Park grows bigger every year. On Aug. 4 there was a record turnout of over 50 volunteers and 13 teams totaling 638 participants. Team “Run BFE” was the largest group totaling 72 members. Founder Kristen Gillette along with her husband Richard, CHOP researcher Jenna Lily, and Oceanport Mayor Jay Coffey offered the runners words of encouragement and thanks. Red Bank resident Antonio Meza Soriano was the top male finisher with 10:05 and Lilah Gordon of Chesterfield was the first female finisher with 11:03.5.last_img read more


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first_imgSAN FRANCISCO–At some point this offseason, the Giants will gauge star free agent Bryce Harper’s interest in playing at China Basin. They will discuss Madison Bumgarner’s future with the franchise. And they will lay the groundwork for changing a roster that’s in desperate need of a makeover.But before all of that takes place, the Giants must hire an executive to lead those discussions and build a new blueprint.After dismissing general manager Bobby Evans on Monday, Giants CEO Larry Baer and …last_img read more


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first_imgDr Jerry Bergman, professor, author and speaker, is a frequent contributor to Creation-Evolution Headlines. See his Author Profile for his previous articles.(Visited 740 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Darwinist Anders Breivik Attacks in Norway led to Trauma Disorders by Dr Jerry BergmanAudio Playerhttps://crev.info/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/CEH-19-7-17-JB-Breivik.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Anders Behring Breivik (who anglicized his name to Andrew Berwick in his manifesto discussed below) was a young Norwegian who was enamored with Darwinism and his modern-day disciples, such as Princeton University Evolutionary Biologist Dr. Lee Silver. On Friday, July 22, 2011, Behring Breivik set off a powerful homemade bomb in Oslo, Norway. He then went on a killing rampage, murdering 77 young persons indiscriminately at a Youth League meeting on the nearby Norwegian island of Utøya. It was the worst terrorist attack in modern Norwegian history, and one of the worst in modern European history.[i] To explain his terrorist actions, he produced a 1518 page, 77,724 word document titled 2083 European Declaration of Independence.Breivik detailed in his document why he was an unapologetic champion of the Darwinian worldview. Breivik’s vision of “a perfect Europe” involved the strict application of Social Darwinism, opining that the application of “national Darwinism” should be at the core of our society. He does not believe that science should be left in private hands, but instead should be lavishly supported by the government. Breivik also stressed that science trumps religion: “As for the Church and science, it is essential that science takes an undisputed precedence over Biblical teachings.”  Breivik listed Darwin’s Origin of Species as one of the most “important” books that he has ever read. In my book How Darwinism Corrodes Morality, I go into more detail about Breivik, quoting extensively from his manifesto.The Effect of Breivik’s Darwinism Go Beyond His AttackNow, six years after the attack, Breivik is in the news again. A research project conducted by Bertel Hansen and Professor Peter Dinesen, of the University of Copenhagen Department of Political Science, in collaboration with Professor Søren Dinesen Østergaard from Aarhus University, found in the 18 months following Anders Breivik’s attack, Danes diagnosed with trauma- and stressor-related disorders increased by 16 percent.[ii] This percent equals 2,736 cases above the number expected. The researchers used data from the Danish Psychiatric Central Research Register covering all psychiatric hospitals. The researchers previously documented that the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States had a similar effect on mental health, but in this case an increase of only four per cent in the period following the attacks.Ironically, the Breivik attacks in Norway produced trauma- and stressor-related disorders four times higher than that of 9/11 American attack (16 percent verses 4 percent). Danes developed mental problems due to terrorist attacks in Norway because Danes are both geographically and culturally very close to Norwegians. Danes rightly felt that this attack could have occurred to them. Furthermore, slightly over a year after the attacks, the court case against Breivik was intensely covered in the media, reminding the population of this frightful event. A new, but smaller, increase trauma- and stressor-related disorders was observed during this time. This is just another of many examples of the continuing negative effects of Darwinism on society.Now 37, Breivik is serving a 21-year sentence in a prison in southern Norway, according to a CBS News report in January, 2017. [iii] His cell is a modern, well-furnished large three-room complex where he can play video games, watch TV, and exercise. He also spends much time studying. Breivik has complained about his lack of contacts with people. Although allowed to receive visits from family and friends, aside from some writers, only his mother, a nurse now deceased, visited him before she died of breast cancer. Yet despite his comfort, and the harm he has caused to thousands of people, he complains that he is the one who has been damaged.Dressed in a black suit and tie, the stone-faced Breivik spoke coherently without emotion, saying he agreed with government attorneys who had warned that the self-proclaimed neo-Nazi had become more radicalized in prison.“I have been damaged by the isolation … (and) radicalization has been a consequence of it,” Breivik said before a three-judge panel which is reviewing a government appeal against a ruling that his isolation in prison violates human rights. “I have not been a little hurt, I have been very damaged.”How could he become “more radicalized” than he already was when he killed 77 people? What radical ideas make him so unrepentant and apparently ready to cause more harm if he could?The media continually refers to Breivik as a ‘right-wing’ extremist, rarely noting his eloquently articulated support for Darwinism as documented in his writings. The CBS article says he describes himself as a “traditional neo-Nazi”. In chapters 12-15 of my book, I document the Darwinian connection to Nazi ideas of the “master race” that led to unspeakable horrors in Germany and Japan before 1945. Breivik’s story shows that Darwinism continues to corrode morality today.Although judges could extend Breivik’s sentence indefinitely, he could be released as early as 2033 since there is no death penalty in Norway.[iv][i] Documented in detail in Chapter 8 of my book How Darwinism Corrodes Morality: Darwinism, Immorality, Abortion, and the Sexual Revolution. 2017. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Joshua Press.[ii] Increased incidence rate of trauma- and stressor-related disorders in Denmark following the Breivik attacks in Norway. Hansen, Bertel T.; Dinesen, Peter T.; Østergaard, Søren D. Epidemiology. Post Acceptance: July 13, 2017.[iii] “Mass murderer says he’s been “very damaged” by prison isolation”. CBS News, January 12, 2017.[iv] “21-year-sentence does not mean Breivik will walk free in 2033.” The Journal.IE, Aug 24, 2012.last_img read more


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first_img SharePrint Related2020 Geocaching HQ souvenir momentsDecember 10, 2019In “Learn”Inside Geocaching HQ Podcast Transcript (Episode 2): Souvenirs, APE cache rediscoveryMay 10, 2018In “Community”Geocache, geocache, wherefore art thou? — Juliet’s Balcony (GC49T24) — Geocache of the WeekDecember 4, 2014In “Geocache of the Week” Once every four years, Leap Day gives us one extra day of geocaching. We think that’s worth celebrating! Of course, we are marking the occasion with a new souvenir. Heck, there will even be two souvenirs. But to adequately underscore the gravity of this day (seriously, people wait four years to have birthday cake), we’re upping the celebration. For this one special weekend only, all geocache types in the Geocaching Intro app (including all terrain and difficulty ratings) — usually available only to Premium members — will be available to everyone for free.Pretty exciting, right? We think so. To make the most of this once-in-four-years opportunity, we recommend you use the app to:Find an EarthCache — You can send your answers to the cache owner directly from the app.Challenge your mind — Try out a Mystery Cache or higher difficulty geocache. (Hint: If you’re stumped, message the cache owner for hints.)Explore the outdoors — Hike to extraordinary vistas by finding a higher terrain rated geocache.Go streaking — The geocaching kind, of course. Explore different elements of the game by finding a variety of geocaches.Download the app for iPhone or Android.How can I earn the Leap Day souvenirs?The first souvenir can be earned February 27-29 by getting outside and finding any geocache (events excluded). The other souvenir can be earned on Leap Day itself — February 29 — only by attending a geocaching event. How do I see all advanced geocaches for free?Just open up the Geocaching Intro app for iPhone or Android during February 27-29! Advanced geocaches — usually available only to Premium members — will be unlocked for everyone. By logging a geocache, you’ll even earn the Leap Day weekend souvenir!Will I be able to find Premium Member Only geocaches?When a cache owner hides a geocache, they can opt to have their geocache only available to Premium members. We always respect this designation so Premium Member Only geocaches will not be unlocked during Leap Day. All other geocaches — including all geocache types, and terrain and difficulty ratings —  will be available to basic members to find and log in the app.What is a souvenir? Souvenirs are digital awards you can earn by completing a specific geocaching achievement, like finding a geocache in a new country or finding a geocache on Leap Day. You can view the souvenirs you’ve earned on Geocaching.com and learn more about souvenirs in the Geocaching Help Center.Not seeing unlocked geocaches in the Geocaching Intro app?You should see advanced geocaches automatically unlocked for you in the Geocaching Intro app during February 27-29. If this is not the case, please try the following:Make sure you have the most recent version of the app. (Unlocked geocaches went out with the last release.)If you have an outdated operating system, please update to the newest version. (We do not support anything older that iOS 8 or Android 4.1.)Try uninstalling and reinstalling the app.Hopefully one of those does the trick! If not, please contact us through Facebook, Twitter or the HelpCenter.Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more


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first_imgCreate a stunning 5.1 surround sound mix in Adobe Premiere. Check out the tips and tricks in the following video tutorial.Audio is paramount to translating a the emotions of a film to its audience, but is often the most overlooked aspect of video production and filmmaking. If you edit in Adobe Premiere, save time by creating your 5.1 surround sound mix in Premiere. Follow the step-by-step example below or jump to the end for the video tutorial.1. Create a new 5.1 SequencePremiere defaults to a stereo sequence, meaning your audio will only be in two channels, left and right. To change this, navigate to New Item>Sequence and a window will pop up.2. Create TracksIn the New Sequence window, click on the ‘Tracks” tab near the top. In the Tracks tab click on the box next to Master and select 5.1.3 tracks will appear below. Hit the “+” button to add 3 more tracks. All of the tracks should have the “Standard” setting selected. Hit “OK” to create your sequence.3. Pan all Channels AccordinglyOrganize and name all 5.1 audio tracks in the audio track mixer tab: Left Front, Middle Front, Right Front, Left Rear, Right Rear and Sub. If you can’t see the audio track mixer in your workspace navigate to Window>Audio Track Mixer. Use the cursor to drag the black dot to the correct speaker. Pan new tracks in-between…experiment! Now you can customize the surround field according to the visuals on film. Dedicating core tracks to each speaker, in addition to multiple automations, will sonically bring life to your film.In the following video tutorial Andrew Devis demonstrates 5.1 surround sound in Adobe Premiere:Want to learn more about 5.1 Surround Mixing with other platforms? Check out these great resources below:5.1 Audio Mixing in AvidSurround Sound Mixing in FCPXHow do you mix 5.1 Surround Sound? Share in the comments below.last_img read more


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first_imgAs the winter sets in, the Jammu and Kashmir administration is looking for another accommodation to lodge 34 political detenues, currently in the Centaur Hotel in Srinagar, as it lacks proper heating arrangements, officials said.Also read: Fear, cold and lack of work prod migrant workers to leave KashmirThe winter chill has already started taking a toll on the health of the detenues that include National Conference, People’s Democratic Party and People’s Conference leaders and prominent social activists, as well as the security personnel guarding them.They have been lodged at the hotel on the bank of the Dal Lake since August 5 when the Central government announced its decision to dilute Article 370 of the Constitution and split the State into two Union Territories.Also Read Kashmir Valley: Three months after the decision on Article 370Volume 90%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard ShortcutsPlay/PauseSPACEIncrease Volume↑Decrease Volume↓Seek Forward→Seek Backward←Captions On/OffcFullscreen/Exit FullscreenfMute/UnmutemSeek %0-9Live00:0002:1102:11  According to the officials privy to the development, Centaur Hotel, owned by the Indian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), has submitted a bill of ₹2.65 crore to the Home Department for 90 days of boarding and lodging of the detenues.The administration has, however, rejected the claims of Centaur Hotel, and argued that the facility was converted into a subsidiary jail on August 5 and therefore, only the government rates would be paid.The rates sanctioned by the administration would be around ₹800 per day as against ₹5,000 charged by the hotel, the officials said.During the winter, temperature in Srinagar dips below the freezing point.The seat of administration in the newly created Union territory has moved from Srinagar to Jammu for the winter months.The officials said steps would be taken soon to shift the detenues.The MLA hostel on Residency Road in the heart of the city could have been an alternative accommodation, but it is now occupied by former MLAs hailing from Jammu and newly elected councillors.Unwilling to dislodge the former MLAs and councillors, the administration has started looking for a state-run or private hotel for shifting the detenues, they said.They said talks are on with a private hotel in the high-security cantonment area, where some detenues, including Sajjad Lone of People’s Conference (PC), Ali Mohammad Sagar of National Conference (NC), Naem Akhtar of the PDP and former IAS officer Shah Faesal, could be accommodated. Watch | Kashmir Valley: Train services remain suspended months after dilution of Art.370 New Indian map shows UTs of J&K, Ladakhlast_img read more


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