Curb Appeal Confidence

Michelle Molinari is the owner of Curb Appeal for Dummies, and has been dubbed ‘The Queen of Curb Appeal” by her clients and peers in the real estate staging industry. Ms. Molinari uses her unique skill-set to assist homeowners throughout North America to showcase their homes on a budget and pull it off with finesse. Her amazing exterior transformations can be seen on Feature This Dot Dot Dot and Curb Appeal for Dummies. In this unique 2 part series, she gives you all the information you need to increase your skills, differentiate your home staging business and assist homeowners with confidence.

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Topics Covered in this 2-part series include:

1. Architectural Styles and Proper Terminology
2. Diagnosing Design Flaws and How to Turn Them into Advantages
3. Suggesting Dramatic Fixes that are Amazingly Inexpensive.
4. Choosing the Right Color Scheme
5. Current Trends in Curb Appeal Design that Impress Buyers
6. Sourcing the Right Products to fit your Client’s Budget
7. Working with Contractors
8. Promoting Your New Curb Appeal Services

The two hour recorded webinar is a real value at only $159. This recorded webinar is a WMV file.

Playing WMV files on Mac

The Macintosh OS also does not natively support the WMV format, but there exists the “Mac Version” of Windows Media Player. It is interesting to know that Mac’s default media player, Apple Quicktime can be made to play WMV files by installing a free plugin named “Filp4mac”, which is available for free download from Microsoft’s website. Again VLC player is an option to play WMV files on the Mac as well.

Playing WMV files in Windows

WMV files play best on Windows Media Player (the latest version WMP10 is recommended to be used with Windows XP and newer versions, and ideally requires a RAM of 512 MB or higher, a 24-bit sound card and a Video card with 256 MB of RAM or higher for optimum playback). The latest versions of Windows ship with the updated version of Windows Media Player. It can also be downloaded from the Microsoft website.

Playing files via Windows is an easy process – open WMP and select the file you wish to watch. When it comes to Windows XP and later versions, WMP should automatically download the required codecs as it plays the video. If not, they can be downloaded manually as well.

Other Windows compatible media players that support the WMV format are DivX, Winamp, VLC (VideoLan Client), and Power DVD.