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Boundary Catching | The 2000 Code of the Laws of Cricket with Stephen Fry

Boundary Catching | The 2000 Code of the Laws of Cricket with Stephen Fry

Boundary Catching In cricket a catch is considered to be fair, if the fielder is within the field of play and the ball hasn’t touched the ground before he catches it. The fielder must have complete control both over the ball and his own movement. Can a batsman be caught over the boundary? Well, this […]

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How to Quickly Peel, Seed and Cut a Butternut Squash / Cooking Tips & Tricks, Tutorial

How to peel and cut a butternut squash Using a very sharp chef’s knife Slowly cut each end without cutting too much into the flesh (be careful because the flesh is firm) Peel the squash with a vegetable peeler (like the one in the video) Cut just above the base (the round part that contains […]

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EXE to BAT | Easy & No Converter Needed!

Whats up YouTube! This is JoezCodes 101 back again with another video and for this video I’m going to show you how to convert, EXE to Batch! So you had a batch file and that batch file got deleted but you turned it into an EXE and you want to edit the file or get […]

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Cricket Coaching Batting Tips How to Play Spin Bowling Rgt

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Creating a Character Rig – Part 5: Torso squash and stretch (Advanced)

Creating a Character Rig – Part 5: Torso squash and stretch (Advanced)

In the previous movie, we added FK controls to our rig to give us more precision in controlling our proxy character’s torso. In this movie, we’re going to add some squash/stretchability to the joints. Start by opening the file “5-0- Character_rigging_part5_start.mb” or by using your own file from the previous lesson. If we grab the […]

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How To Make A Paper Origami Bat

How To Make A Paper Origami Bat

I use 20x20cm paper You will need a pair of scissors and a marker Start by folding paper in triangle Fold once more Take bottom part of paper and fold it almost to the tip of top corner as shown Fold top corner downwards Fold in middle Fold right wing of bat as shown Repeat […]

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Squash & Stretch for After Effects – First Steps Tutorial

Squash & Stretch for After Effects – First Steps Tutorial
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Stretch and Squash rig in After Effects

Stretch and Squash rig in After Effects

hello everyone in this video I’m going to show you how to quickly set up a stretch and squash rig for any object in after-effects using a simple slider and expression I’ll start off by creating a shape and set the anchor point to the bottom then from the effect controls panel I’ll add a […]

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Cricket Practice Tips – How to Practice Cricket

Cricket Practice Tips – How to Practice Cricket
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10 Eco Friendly Holiday Ideas – Sustainable Hacks for Minimal Waste

Hello! Honestly I haven’t been feeling very festive this year and I’m not sure why. So this year I’m trying to have a minimal waste eco-friendly holiday season, and this has sparked some amount of inspiration for me. It’s helped me feel a bit more festive and I have some ideas for you guys on […]

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