Why Canít My Cell Phone Go Into Power Save Mode?Written by Gina Novelle at www.thirdpocket.com
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Every once in a while, just before it dies, I yell ďhello, I canít talk, because my cell phone battery is beeping.Ē Then all I hear is annoying tone, signally my cell phone just flat lined. Hey, itís not like they can call me back and find out what I needed. As a matter of fact, my husband pointed that out to me. He says it only causes others to worry, and they couldnít even find me using my cell phone as a tracking device Ė duh, battery is dead! If my cell phone transmission can be tracked and possibly save my life, then why does my adding machine have power save mode, but not my cell phone?
My technical friend tried to give me an answer. He told me that if cell phones shut down, there wasnít a way to turn them back on. As I left room, thinking to myself, ďthatís just like a tech, if they canít do it, then it canít be done.Ē I wanted to scream, ďever hear of remote operations.Ē Come on. What makes my HP G85 wake up? A signal is sent to it from a computer. Donít we have digital phones now? You can send e-mail to my phone, but you canít send a signal to wake up battery? Iíll ask one more time!
Why canít my cell phone go into power save mode?
Gina Novelle works and lives on www.thirdpocket.com and is a free-lance web writer. She writes promotional articles for companies with web sites. Sometimes to break away from corporate writing, she writes her wonder articles. Take a corporate break and find more on www.popcornfart.com
How to Add Audio to VideoWritten by Ross MacIver
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Once you have your audio file, you can process it for noise reduction, bring up volume, add music or do any digital magic to it that you desire.
With many video editing packages, however, it isnít necessary to split audio to a separate file. Even simple packages like Windows Movie Maker have basic audio editing functions, and you can add separate music or voice tracks and mix all of them together.
If you have a particular audio file that you would like to use in your video (maybe a special effect or a voice over that you have recorded separately) simply add that file to list of media to be included in video. Other media formats can be separate video files, picture files or graphics.
The audio file can be placed anywhere on time-line, and you can use same file many times without requiring any extra storage space on your computer. For precise placement, zoom all way into your timeline and place audio exactly in sync with video. Thatís it! You are well on your way to making professional-looking videos!
Ross is an enthusiast audio professional take advantage of his knowledge about MP3, AAC,OGG, FLAC SHN and other compression techniques