Monday, June 20, 2016

Quickest Way to Add Logo to Your Videos

Add logo to your video.

In this tutorial, you will know the easiest and quickest way to add a logo or watermark to your videos. With Video Morpher 3.0, you can add add the logo, apply special effects, adjust the position, size and also transparency in your own videos within just seconds.

Digital Audio Guide will show you how to use the software and produce your own trademark in your videos. Simply apply these steps and make your videos viral.

AV Video Morpher 3.0


It is the perfect software for editing videos. This all-in-one home movie editor will complete your home entertainment center and inspire you to create and edit your own movies. You can add logo, capture screenshot, burn VCD, or even handle the complicated tasks such as recording and dubbing movies. Read more.

**Requirements:


- Your video and logo.

Step-by-step tutorial below:


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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Google Hangouts Voice Changer for Funny Video Calls

Change voice and have fun in Google Hangouts video calls

Today, Digital Audio Guide will show you how to change your voice in real time, start a Google Hangouts video call and have unlimited fun in your conversations. Using a voice changer when talking is obviously always more fun than the normal way. 

Many people do not know how which software to use or and usually think changing voice is very difficult. On the contrary, it is extremely easy, especially with AV voice Changer Software Diamond 9 (VCSD9), which is fully compatible with Google Hangouts.

AV Voice Changer Software Diamond


This is a powerful software for all of the voice changing tasks. You can change your voice to any voice you can imagine. It is possible to have the voice of Morgan Freeman, Justin Bieber, Batman or simply the opposite gender. The software works well with Google Hangouts, as well as any other Internet voice and video chatting programs. Read more.


*Requirements:


- Google Hangouts account
- PC, microphone and headphone.

Step-by-step tutorial below:

Source: Audio4fun Support Center
  

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