The Audacity for the Genealogist series is provided as a sampling the resources you will find on MyGenShare.com. The series will provide you direction, tips and tricks on how to use Audacity for audio recording and editing.
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A listing of the available slideshows in this series is as follows:
- Episode 1: Downloading and setup
- Episode 2: Downloading Lame-Encoder file: Allows Audacity to export MP3 Files
- Episode 3: Setup and Configuration
- Episode 4: Setting audio levels
- Episode 5: Audacity Mixer Toolbar Continue reading
By Barry J. Ewell
For over 40 years I have used the camera to capture the lives of my family and friends. The camera has been a very important tool in my professional career in public relations and advertising. I first started with a film camera and spent hundreds of wonderful/fun hours in a dark room developing and printing my on prints. Since the late 90’s I have used the digital camera extensively in to aid in my genealogical research.
I would like to share with you a few of the lessons I have learned when editing my photography. Continue reading
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Photography for Genealogists #1: Intro to editing genealogy photography, provides an overview of the type of projects you will encounter when editing digital images and results you can achieve.