Logo in Illustrator

Logo in Illustrator

¬How to Make 3d pyramid type Star Logo in “ILLUSTRATOR”

1.Take a New file in Illustrator(Ctrl+N)

2. Keep the setting same as image

3- Take Star from Star tool
Note : Make sure that Smart Guides Should on (Ctrl+U)

5- Take Line tool from tool box

6- Snap the line point from center point of star
Note: Press Ctrl+k to open preference window for change the color of smart guide (Turn to black)

7- Draw lines as same as image below with help of smart guide.

8- Open “Pathfinder” window from Window menu, Select All Lines with Star and Apply “Divide” Note: (Divide makes all anchors point separately)

9—Select Direct selection tool (A)
10—Open Swatch color Window

11- Select Half Triangle of star

12—fill the colors of dark and light combination of all half triangles by selecting direct selection tool

13- Image Below after filling color.

14- Set none color of Stroke

15—Take Ellipse for Shadow of Star

16—Apply Gaussian Blur (Effect>Blur>Gaussian Blur)

17—Set Gaussian blur value

18- Final Output

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Types of Video Editing

Types of Video Editing

Types of Video Editing

Types of Video Editing is the process of manipulating and rearranging video shots to create a new work. Editing is usually considered to be one part of the post production process — other post-production tasks (Make a 3D Animation Movie) include titling, color correction, sound mixing.



1.ANALOG VIDEO EDITING – Analog editing is the name given to traditional tape-based video postproduction, to contrast it with digital editing, which uses materials stored in a computer. Tape-based editing is linear because you cannot jump instantly to any point in a videotape. To reach a desired spot from any starting place, you must roll through every shot between those two points. On complex projects with multiple source tapes, finding raw footage can be time-consuming.

1. DIGITAL EDITING – Digital video editing based on computer or other digital devices.

Digital Editing divided in the two parts

1.Non linear editing – non-linear editing is a method that allows you to access any frame in a digital video clip regardless of sequence in the clip. The freedom to access any frame, and use a cut-and-paste method, similar to the ease of cutting and pasting text in a word processor, and allows you to easily include fades, transitions, and other effects that cannot be achieved with linear editing.

2.Linear Editing – Linear editing is when you edit footage from tape a to tape b by using in-and-out points, which you mark, and then transfer. You have a tape machine and a monitor for each side, and then a controller with which you log and mark the points.

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Video Format in Editing

Video Format in Editing


There are some standards defined for video broadcasting. Most countries around the World use one of three main Video Broadcast Standards. These three main standards are NTSC – PAL and SECAM. However, each standard is incompatible with the other. For example, a video recording made in the UK could not be played on US standard VCR’s or shown on the TV. The reason for this is that the UK Video Standard is PAL whereas the US Video Standard is NTSC.

Now let us see what this NTSC, PAL and SECAM are:


NTSC, named after the “National Television System Committee” is the analog television system that was used.
in most of The Americas (except Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and French Guiana); Burma; South Korea; Taiwan; Japan; the Philippines and some Pacific island nations and territories NTSC technical format is 525 lines per frame at a frame rate of 30 frames per second (fps) at an aspect ratio of 720x480 pixels,

Name of movies in NTSC :

  1. the town (2010)
  2. i saw the devl
  3. coffession of murder


PAL, short for Phase Alternating Line, is a colour encoding system for analogue television used in broadcast television
PAL systems are much more common around the world and can be found in Australia, most of Western Europe, China, some parts of Africa, India, and elsewhere
PAL technical format is 625 lines per frame at a frame rate of 25 frames per second (fps) at a aspect ratio of 720 x 576

Name of movies in PAL

  1. tomoorw when the war begin
  2. total recall
  3. arjun
  4. rio


SECAM (System Electronic Pour Couleur Avec Memory) is very similar to PAL. It specifies the same number of scan lines and frames per second, but differs in that chrominance (color). It is the broadcast standard for France, Russia, and parts of Africa and Eastern Europe.

HD(high definition). Its video ratio are :
1. Full HD 1980 x 1080
2. Half HD is 1280 x 720

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