Perfect All-in-one Video Editor iOrgsoft Officially Released

Are you looking for a Video Editing software to edit videos easy? Here I will recommend an excellent video Editing – Video Editor, an outstanding video editor which is what you are looking for. With this Video Editor software, you can freely trim video, split video, customize video effect, add transition, etc.

With Video Editor Software, you can create and share your own screen sensations with the world . Make your own action flicks, funny clips or video memories effortlessly or post to your video blog in seconds with a capable video editing program. Best video editor provides you with the tools needed to capture, edit and share your video creations.

iOrgsoft Video Editor is an easy home video editing software that consists of Video Clipper, Video Cropper, Video Merger which allows you to clip, crop and merge your video files. Besides, it is also good at editing video in a large variety of video formats including SD, HD, camcorder video and other video files for playback on various devices.

Key Features of Video Editing software

●Import video files from different video sources
iOrgsoft Video Editor is an easy to use software that is specially designed to edit video in a large variety of sources like common videos, HD videos, camcorder videos, recorded videos, downloaded videos and other videos.

●Video Editing Timeline Panel
Drag and drop you files from workspace to timeline panel, use zoom-in and zoom-out button to enlarge scale size so that you can have clear visual control of each frame and precisely edit separate tracks including videos, images, audios and text.

●Powerful video editing functions
Video Clip: cut video to whatever length you want within the timeline
Video Crop: remove unwanted parts from video files, meanwhile, rotate video from the aspects of right, left, horizontal and vertical
Video Merge: combine several video files to a single video file within the timeline using different transitions like image, audio, text
Video Transitions: add transitions between video with image, audio and text as transition to make your video files as a whole

●Customize video with video effect
You can customize your videos in two different ways: common effect and special effect
Common Effect: you can tweak your video with video brightness, video contrast, video saturation and video hue.
Special Effect: customize your video with special effect, there are more than 50 special effect templates offered within three main categories: Adjust, Distortion and Filter.

●Preview video files
You can preview the video files that are currently playing with the preview window and you can also preview the whole video files within the timeline using Preview movie function.

●Export to different places for sharing
Save your video files to your computer in both common formats and HD formats (with or without changing the original format), put on portable devices like iPod, iPhone 4S, New iPad, transfer to other softwares Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas, upload to website YouTube, Myspace for sharing or burn to DVD etc

●Adjust output format parameters
You can adjust the parameters of your editing videos with Video Settings and Audio Settings, tweak Encoder, Resolution, Frame Rate, Bitrate for video and Encoder, Sample Rate, Channel and Bitrate for audio.

About iOrgsoft:iOrgsoft is a professional multimedia software provider with a full product line of Video Tools, Audio Tools, DVD Tools, Flash Tools and PDF Tools etc. He is always dedicated in providing powerful, professional and practical multimedia tools for PC and Mac user. People interested can visit our home page at

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TreSensa Teams with Codewalla for Research and Product Development of its HTML5 Game Technology Platform

TreSensa, Inc., a New York-based mobile/social game technology provider, today announced that it selected Codewalla as its research and development partner for TreSensa’s HTML5-based game technology platform.

“With HTML5 emerging as a viable technology for cross-platform game development, we recognized the need to develop a scalable framework tailored to the needs of game developers to power our product,” said Rob Grossberg, TreSensa’s CEO. “Codewalla brings both great technical expertise and extensive game development experience to the table, so was an ideal choice for TreSensa.”

TreSensa’s initial product is set for release in early Q2. It includes a client-side game SDK and a first of its kind game backend as a service. The uniqueness of the product is that it enables game developers to build their games in HTML5 for front end as well as backend game logic. This product aptly addresses the need of faster and low-cost development of social games across wide array of platforms.

Since 2005, Codewalla has been developing cross-platform games and large scale consumer products. It has also developed technology for some of the leading online gaming services.

“TreSensa’s game technology platform is going to change the way games are built by developers worldwide and we are delighted to be part of this vision. Given our deep expertise in games and related technology development, we are excited to build a highly specialized development center for TreSensa”, says Rajat Singhal, VP – Engineering, Codewalla.

About Codewalla

Codewalla is a specialized software consultancy firm based in New York, LA and Pune, India. Codewalla delivers big entertainment and top line brand recognition through the creation and launch of intuitive new products, games and applications. Its projects have global reach with millions of users worldwide. Recent engagements include Fortune 100 companies, consumer, and social network applications.

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About TreSensa

TreSensa, Inc., a Delaware corporation, is focused on building HTML5-based technology solutions for casual game developers. Its technology reduces costs and time spent to build casual games, eases in-game social interactions, enables broad cross-platform distribution, and optimizes/maximizes in-game revenue potential.

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5 strange new laws for college in Arizona

College students are used to proposals to cut funding for public universities. It’s a little less common, however, to have the state legislature debate whether or not to allow guns or medical marijuana on campus, the Huffington Post reports. That’s the case in Arizona, where several controversial bills have been proposed in recent weeks concerning public colleges in the state. The bills deal with allowing guns on campus, increasing the cost of attending school to everyone except athletes, and even one that would limit what language can be used in college lectures. Take a look at five of the controversial bills…

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UMBC’s quiet revolution in teaching science is earning school extra credit

The academic pedigree of the University of Maryland Baltimore County doesn’t leap off the page, the Washington Post reports. At Yale University, the graduation rate is 96 percent. At UMBC, it is 68 percent. Dartmouth College has produced 73 Rhodes scholars; UMBC, none. The state’s flagship public university is in College Park, not Catonsville. But a closer look at UMBC reveals an institution that has built a reputation for teaching to rival the higher-education elite. In recent years, UMBC has been alternately hailed or dissected by Time magazine, “60 Minutes” and various college rankers. Its president, Freeman Hrabowski III, has visited the White House, dined with Queen Elizabeth II and co-chaired a panel on higher-education excellence with the president of Harvard University. UMBC is an insider’s university, a place professors send their children, an academic brand as familiar to presidents and provosts as it is unfamiliar to the general public. But after years of acclaim, that may finally be changing…

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‘Garage universities’ are bracing for school reform

There are no ivy-covered walls at Alfredo Pérez Guerrero University. No quad. No soccer fields. The entire campus fits in four small, rented buildings on the fringes of a modest residential neighborhood. Its main entrance is on a busy street, between a furniture shop and a store that sells remote-controlled toy cars and airplanes, the New York Times reports. But on a recent evening, students lounged out front and debated the question that thousands of their peers are asking about what President Rafael Correa has called Ecuador’s “garage universities”: what do we do if the government shuts our school down?

“There is a lot of anxiety, a lot of uncertainty,” said Carlos Ortega, 27, who is in his fourth year of a five-year law degree course at Alfredo Pérez. The school is one of 24 privately owned universities that have received a failing grade from the Ecuadorean government, meaning that if they do not make major improvements they will be closed. Two government-run schools also received failing grades and may be shut down…

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After Gmail adoption, some college students aren’t making the switch

Seventy percent of Brown students were already forwarding school eMails to their personal Gmail accounts.

Gmail is unquestionably popular with college students, but IT staffers on some Google-friendly campuses have had to formulate carefully crafted public relations campaigns to get students to make the transition from their school’s legacy eMail system to their brand-new Google inboxes.

Students have been a driving force behind the widespread adoption of Google’s eMail system – the most popular outsourced eMail option among U.S. colleges and universities – so for students to delay their conversion to a university-issued Gmail account has proven baffling in higher education.

Some campus technology decision makers say many students have become so comfortable with forwarding their school-related eMails to their personal Gmail, Hotmail, or Yahoo! accounts that they ignore consistent pleas from campus technology departments to make the change.

Students on college campuses that recently switched to Gmail worry about making the change and losing critically important eMails and eMail attachments in their old university inbox.

Whatever the issue, colleges and universities have seen a spate of early adopters – students who make the switch to Gmail within days, or even hours, of its availability – while large portions of the student population lags behind.

“Some [students] simply prefer to keep that system in place because it’s what they are used to and it works for them,” said Rita Girardi, a communications specialist for the University of Michigan’s Google Project Team, which coordinated a campus-wide effort to convince students to transition to the school’s Gmail system. “We’re really not surprised and anticipate that we’ll have a segment of the student population that won’t feel the need to migrate their current information, most likely because many of them already forward their [university] eMail to a personal account.”

Hundreds of colleges and universities have adopted Gmail platforms since 2007, including some of America’s most prestigious campuses. Google touted last fall that 61 of U.S. News and World Report’s Top 100 colleges used Gmail as their official eMail system. Yale, Brown, Northwestern, and Boston universities are among the schools giving Gmail accounts to students and faculty.

At UM, the push to switch eMail accounts began with the creation of a student advisory committee that drew up outreach strategies for campus technologists. On March 5, UM unveiled an online tool that allowed students, faculty, and staff members to move their eMail and contacts from the traditional UMICH eMail platform to Gmail.

Two weeks later, about 6,000 of UM’s 42,000 students had used the online tool to transfer their eMail accounts. Students have until August to complete the eMail migration.


Embry-Riddle Implements Oracle’s PeopleSoft Campus Solutions to Provide Students and Administrators with Real-Time Information

Leading Aviation and Aerospace University Delivers Self-Service Capabilities to Students, Enhances the Class Registration Process

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News Facts

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, the world’s largest, fully accredited university specializing in aviation and aerospace, serves more than 34,000 undergraduate and graduate students. With residential campuses in Arizona and Florida, and in more than 150 locations in the United States, Europe, Canada, Asia and the Middle East, Embry-Riddle supports a multitude of learning methods for its diverse student population.

The institution’s legacy student administration program was unable to meet its global enterprise needs. Specifically, class registration was a cumbersome process that took up to 25 steps and three logins to complete. In addition, the university manually entered financial aid rewards into the system each year, taking significant administrative time and preventing consistent student access to real-time financial information.

To provide superior service to students, faculty and staff, Embry-Riddle worked with Oracle Consulting to implement Oracle’s PeopleSoft Campus Solutions – on time and within budget. With the implementation, Embry-Riddle acquired a number of new capabilities to enhance the educational experience for its students and faculty, while streamlining administrative processes.

Embry-Riddle chose PeopleSoft Campus Solutions to facilitate better student self-service and to standardize business processes across the entire university, providing more consistent, reliable and timely data to support executive-level decision making. The solution also provides the flexibility needed to support campus-specific business processes.

PeopleSoft Campus Solutions streamlines the student accounting and financial aid process by providing comprehensive, real-time access to financial aid award information, enabling students to select their award package and receive accurate details about their bill, charges and payments.

With enhanced degree audit capabilities, Embry-Riddle faculty and students can access real-time information concerning a student’s progression toward graduation, which enables more effective academic advising and results in greater student success – a key factor in Embry-Riddle’s ability to compete both locally and internationally with other institutions.

Embry-Riddle also used PeopleSoft Campus Solutions to help improve the admissions process, providing students at any step in the process – from prospecting to matriculation – with real-time progress updates on their application status and next steps toward enrollment.

With PeopleSoft Campus Solutions, Embry-Riddle can help meet its students’ expectations for a high-tech university. The new system supports evolving priorities and prepares the university to respond to future business needs.

Embry-Riddle’s implementation of Oracle’s PeopleSoft Campus Solutions includes the following modules: PeopleSoft Campus Community, PeopleSoft Student Records, PeopleSoft Student Financials, PeopleSoft Financial Aid, PeopleSoft Academic Advisement and PeopleSoft Recruiting and Admissions.

Embry-Riddle is a long-time Oracle customer. In 2001, the university deployed Oracle E-Business Suite to streamline financial management and human resources. Embry-Riddle has since invested in a variety of Oracle Identity Management modules to efficiently manage system access for its geographically diverse student population. In addition, the university uses Oracle WebLogic Server to efficiently build applications and runs its software on Oracle Database 11g. By leveraging a full set of Oracle solutions, Embry-Riddle has enhanced IT efficiency with a common user interface and open integration between systems.

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“As a global aviation and aerospace institution, we have a responsibility to provide our students with effective self-service applications and our administrators with real-time financial information. Oracle’s PeopleSoft Campus Solutions fits easily within our IT architecture and provides the functionality we need to increase our operational efficiency and improve the student experience,” said Cindy Bixler, chief information officer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

“Real-time information is critical to a positive educational experience. Students need constant access to their financial stance and progress toward their degree, while administrators require both micro-level information on each student and macro-level information on the entire institution. Oracle’s PeopleSoft Campus Solutions provides higher education institutions with resources to make critical information readily available to students and administrators, enabling them to make smart decisions that enhance the overall student experience,” said Thomas Ball, vice president, Oracle Higher Education Consulting.

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Oracle in Higher Education
Oracle Consulting
Oracle Student Lifestyle Management
PeopleSoft Campus Solutions
PeopleSoft Campus Community
PeopleSoft Student Records
PeopleSoft Student Financials
PeopleSoft Financial Aid
PeopleSoft Academic Advisement
PeopleSoft Recruiting and Admissions
Oracle E-Business Suite
Oracle Identity Management
Oracle WebLogic Server
Oracle Database 11g
Oracle Higher Education on Facebook
Oracle Higher Education on Diigo

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Christian fraternities & sororities can’t be officially recognized campus group, affirms supreme court

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider a request by Christian groups on a college campus to allow them to limit membership based on religious beliefs, the Associated Press reports. Justice turned back a legal effort by a Christian fraternity and sorority at San Diego State University that challenged an anti-discrimination policy at California state universities. The lawsuit filed in 2005 said the plaintiffs should be allowed to insist members follow their religious standards of conduct and avoid sex outside of marriage between a man and woman. Susan Westover, head of the California State University system’s litigation unit, welcomed the Supreme Court decision…

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Want a scholarship? Watch what you post online

College applicants should check their Facebook privacy settings.

Students, beware: Scholarship providers aren’t just going by your application to learn about you. They’re also checking you out on Google and social media sites, according to a recent survey. And what they uncover—the good or the bad—could be the tie-breaker when it comes to deciding between you and another candidate.

“Students need to recognize that the colleges and scholarship providers are increasingly looking at this,” said Mark Kantrowitz, the publisher of, a scholarship site that conducted the survey.

For years, teens have been warned to be careful about what they post online for safety reasons. Now, they have a financial incentive to do so. With scarce scholarship dollars at stake and online privacy settings not foolproof, students will have to make sure they put their best foot forward online.

Kantrowitz, along with the National Scholarship Providers Association, surveyed about 75 of the organization’s members.

They found that about one-quarter searched Google and social media sites such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and LinkedIn for information about applicants. Searches usually were conducted only on finalists.

Searchers looked for red flags, such as evidence of drug use or underage drinking, inappropriate photos, discriminatory comments, and poor attitudes. One-third of providers conducting searches denied a scholarship to a student based on their findings.

“They want students to reflect well on the organization,” Kantrowitz said. “The last thing a scholarship provider wants to hear is their student just got arrested for running a campus drug ring.”

But scholarship providers aren’t trying only to dig up dirt. “They are trying to get to know the student better,” Kantrowitz said.

One-quarter of those doing searches gave a scholarship based on information gleaned online.

Several scholarship providers in Maryland say they don’t vet students on the internet.

“We’re not yet, but it can well be coming,” said Roberta Goldman, program director for the Central Scholarship Bureau in Pikesville, Md., which awards about $1 million each year in scholarships and grants.

The CollegeBound Foundation in Baltimore, which gives out more than $1 million annually, also doesn’t check out students online.

“We do advise students to be mindful of what they put online about themselves,” said Deana Carr-Davis, associate program director of scholarships.

Kantrowitz expects the practice of online vetting to grow.

“Several of the providers said they didn’t currently look at the online presence of finalists, but now that they think about it, it’s not a bad idea,” he says.


For 2nd year, a sharp drop in law school entrance tests

Legal diplomas are apparently losing luster, reports the New York Times. The organization behind the Law School Admission Test reported that the number of tests it administered this year dropped by more than 16 percent, the largest decline in more than a decade. The Law School Admission Council reported that the LSAT was given 129,925 times in the 2011-12 academic year. That was well off the 155,050 of the year before and far from the peak of 171,514 in the year before that. In all, the number of test takers has fallen by nearly 25 percent in the last two years. The decline reflects a spreading view that the legal market in the United States is in terrible shape and will have a hard time absorbing the roughly 45,000 students who are expected to graduate from law school in each of the next three years. And the problem may be deep and systemic…

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