The Cam-A-Lot: A Video Conferencing Background Privacy Screen

by Gig Gear Working from home. Video conferencing. Distance teaching and learning. Virtual meetings. These are all becoming more and more commonplace especially with the current situation throughout the world. Technology allows us to meet, work and learn virtually but it doesn’t always do the best job of keeping our homes and private lives out […]

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The Best Free Video Editing Programs

By Logan Baker, Shutterstock Are you getting started in film-making or video editing? Consider these free editing programs to round out your toolkit and improve your creative workflow. If you’re just starting out in your editing, videography, or directing career, you might feel overwhelmed by the seemingly endless programs, techniques, and types of videos out […]

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Analysis Puts Remote ID for Drones Costs 9X Higher than FAA Estimate

By: Miriam McNabb, Dronelife The comment period for the Remote ID for Drones NPRM closed yesterday.  There were more than 50,000 comments posted on the NPRM, including and 89 page comment by the world’s leading drone manufacturer, DJI.  While DJI has been active in developing and implementing technology that could simplify Remote ID for users, the company fears that the […]

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Master Your Own DIY Green Screen

by VideoMaker’s Chelsey Grasso Green screens offer a wide range of flexibility and creativity when it comes to making videos. From news reports to epic battle scenes, having the option of producing a chroma key green screen has made special effects and camera tricks much more accessible to the aspiring filmmaker. While green screen effects […]

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BREAKING NEWS: This New Drone Bill Would Make the Airspace Over People’s Homes Private Property

By: Miriam McNabb, Dronelife A new proposal scheduled to be released from the office of Senator Lee (R-Utah) tomorrow would put the airspace up to 200 feet in altitude over private property under the control of the property owner  – and would restrict the FAA’s right to regulate airspace below 200 feet in altitude, making any […]

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