Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Preparing Videos to be Shared with the Movavi Video Converter

Sharing videos has become commonplace nowadays, whether it is the short clips that you see on Instagram, to the longer ones on Facebook and YouTube. The rise of multiple different online video sharing platforms has made it ever so convenient for people to share their videos with their friends and family – or even with the rest of the world.

Of course, despite how many options there are the one problem you may still encounter is preparing your videos to be shared. Most video sharing platforms tend to accept multiple formats and video settings – but at the same time they recommend certain set ups to ensure that the videos are displayed ‘optimally’. In short if you want to be certain that your display is going to appear the way that you want it to – you need to prepare it in advance.

To do this, you should use the Movavi Video Converter. It is capable of converting video formats as well as adjusting their settings – including the resolution, aspect ratio, bitrate, and much more. Essentially it will let you convert your video into the optimal format and settings for video sharing websites – which is exactly what you need.

The best part about the Movavi Video Converter however is the fact that it is incredibly easy to use. If terms like ‘bitrate’, ‘resolution’ and ‘aspect ratio’ all sound a bit alien to you – don’t worry. All you need to do is select the video sharing platform that you want to use from the hundreds of presets that are available, and the settings will be taken care of automatically.

If you’d like to see an example of the few simple steps to convert videos from MP4 to WMV, just head over to:

Alongside helping you convert and optimize your video, you can also use the software to edit it and enhance the video quality, cut and combine video segments to get rid of unwanted footage, crop or rotate the video, and even add customizable text as captions, titles, subtitles or watermarks.

By putting to use the features in the Movavi Video Converter, you will be able to prepare your videos so that when you do share them you can rest easy knowing that they will look perfect. Give it a try and see for yourself how intuitive and natural it feels to use it. Odds are it won’t take you more than a few minutes to familiarize yourself with its interface and start using it as if you were an old hand.

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Monday, October 26, 2015

Another Manic Monday

Today was such a tiring day in school. I've got handful of tasks in my hands good thing I am still in my right sense of mind to finish everything. And I ALSO THANK GOD FOR THE STRENGTH AND WISDOM.

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In- Service TRAINING Now Happening...

Semestral Break has just started but we, teachers, are now having our weeklong In-Service Training. 

Inset is now going on...

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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Where Am I Heading To?

I've been noticing for quite sometime now that I have some spiritual hang-ups. I even forgot the last time that I actually scan my Bible (not the android app). Though, am not saying that I am backsliding, I just have this so called "spiritual gaps". I haven't lost my real identity, I am just in complete hiatus in doing those tings that I ought to do in order to strengthen my spiritual life. No wonder I easily lost my temper, I have low patience and low tolerance in things that could possibly upset me. Good thing is that, I am still completely aware that what I have been doing and feeling lately is not right anymore.

Nevertheless, I am still thankful that God has always His way of reminding me to go back to the highway of righteousness.

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Monday, October 5, 2015

My Passion for Teaching

If there's one thing that I want to thank God with as of this very moment, it is Him giving me all the opportunities to become a teacher. I am hesitant at first to live this profession simply because I do not have that so called "self-confidence" but good thing I am surrounded with people who encourages me to pursue my teaching career.

Without knowing it, I am already in the world of academe for more than a decade! Those years of experiences molded me to become what I am right now-more mature and a little bit more confident.

I learned a lot of lessons as a teacher. I learn the value of perseverance, patience and a little more patience. My students have different stories of their lives to tell. There are those who seems to be deprived with the best in life and there are those who are in abundance. I just love the feeling of having an extended family in school. I love the feeling of being look up to by my students. I love the feeling of being trusted and loved by them. Though sometimes, I have the tendency to carry on their "emotional baggage" at home, I have the tendency as well to broke down in front of my students, but that was me, and they love and accept me for what I am. I am just being honest with my feelings because they taught me so. I also made it a point not to judge them. I do believe that every student has a potential that is just waiting to be discovered. I tried to push them to their limit until they have shown to me the things that they are capable of doing. Indeed, being a teacher is not just a walk in the park, as others were saying; it is a lifelong journey and discovery about life. Teaching is a vocation and not just another profession.

As the old adage goes, teaching is the noblest profession. 

I am proud to be one!

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Friday, October 2, 2015

Blessings in Disguise....

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