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Ninja enlists help of Fiverr’s Voice Over Pete for new stream sub notification

Published: 9/Nov/2018 1:22 Updated: 10/Nov/2018 1:36

by Virginia Glaze

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Popular Twitch streamer and Fortnite legend Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins has called for the help of Fiverr actor Voice Over Pete, in the hopes of creating a meme-worthy advertisement for his livestream.

Ninja tagged the actor in a Tweet on November 7, asking Pete to create a video advertising Twitch Prime subscriptions to his channel.

“Yo, Voice Over Pete, I will get this Victory royale dub,” Ninja Tweeted. “If you do an, ‘ATTENTION! Ninja needs your prime sub!’”

His post didn’t go unanswered: Voice Over Pete actually responded to Ninja’s request in another Tweet, hinting at a possible collaboration between the two.

“Today I wake the sun up and say shine, this is the dawn of a new age when titans meet as friends,” Pete wrote. “Ninja, you, sir, shall have your meme production. We shall meet on the battlefield. Let the games begin! Okay, this IS EPIC. OMGG”

Ninja’s post follows news of Pete’s sudden ban from Fiverr, an online collective for freelance services. Pete was banned from the platform for a Fortnite-themed video he had been paid to create, which jokingly asked for viewers’ credit card information.

Pete addressed his ban in a humorous YouTube video, where he revealed that Fiverr hadn’t even refunded pending orders for his services. Instead, the site limited the funds for use on Fiverr, alone. 

Pete is now looking for ways to expand his opportunities in the wake of his ban, and will even start his own Twitch channel, where he will play Ninja’s game of choice: Fortnite.


Pete has since ceded to Ninja’s request, and created an ‘epic’ video to help advertise the streamer’s channel. Check it out below:

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How to use viral copy and paste app Clip Drop

Published: 23/Oct/2020 17:52

by Georgina Smith

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A newly released copy and paste app called Clip Drop has accumulated interest online for its insanely simple copy and paste process between separate devices, including super accurate object detection and background removal. Here’s how to use it.

In the modern world where media content creation is more accessible than ever, artists, creators, and workers have found themselves finding once-impossible techniques immediately accessible via new software.

With a huge proportion of the population now carrying around what are essentially tiny complex computers in their pockets, everyday tasks like paying, taking pictures, and messaging friends have been made even quicker.

While it would seem that the copy and paste function has little room for innovation, a brand new app Clip Drop has proven that assumption wrong with its super convenient and remarkably accurate functionality.

What functions does Clip Drop have?

The most prominent feature of Clip Drop is its amazingly accurate background detection. Promotional videos show a phone pointed at a potted plant, and within the span of just a few seconds the background is automatically removed, and pasted onto an exact point on the computer screen.

It also allows you to directly screenshot images on your desktop, before dragging and dropping them directly to your desired software, background free. This function works with a huge variety of applications including Photoshop, Powerpoint, Google Docs, among others.

Developer Cyril Diagne says that “you can extract anything: objects, people, drawings, and text,” whilst also explaining that “the quality of the salient object detection, background removal, and text detection is now quite incredible.”

How to download and use Clip Drop

Until November 20th, the app is at an early bird price point of $39.99 dollars a year, which includes full access to the features on all platforms, unlimited clips with no ads. However, the app can be trialled for free on iOS, MacOS and Windows.

In order to use the app between devices, you’ll need to have the application downloaded and logged into with an account that you can create or attach upon first opening the app.

Point your phone at the object you wish to clip, and tap the screen to take the picture. The app will automatically remove the background for you. Once you’ve got your object cut out, point your phone at the area of your computer you wish to place the object, and click ‘drop’ to import it.

While Click Drop is still in its beta form and some bugs are of course to be expected, the app already looks to be receiving high praise and is experiencing a buzz online.