In this current era, everyone has a Smartphone. And these Smartphones now comes with stunning video quality and it’s still improving day by day. It has become really easy to shoot, edit and post videos with the help of these Smartphones. – See more at: https://visual.ly/5-misconceptions-about-video-production#sthash.EYevLpYW.dpuf via 5 misconceptions about Video Production — Creative DokRead more
by Dick Reizner, digitalVideo Magazine Phone Pickup During an interview assignment some time ago, the producer decided to have the video subject make a telephone call to one of his clients and asked if both ends of the conversation could be captured. No specialized phone recording equipment was handy, so the problem was solved by […]Read more "Recording A Phone Interview"
by Videomaker Magazine Videomaker’s comprehensive free reports cover all aspects of video production, from laying out a storyboard to choosing the right tripod to understanding the workflow for a new digital cinema camera. All reports are free to download for subscribers to Videomaker’s free email tips. Once you confirm, you will receive a link to […]Read more "Videomaker’s Free Training Resources"
by Apple Apple has recently announced a discounted bundle of Pro Apps for educational users. Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4, and MainStage 3 are available for just $199.99 for educational use. Just in time, after Adobe recently upped their monthly subscription prices… Final Cut Pro X Final Cut Pro X […]Read more "A Discounted Bundle of Apple Pro Apps for Educational Users!"
by Videomaker Magazine Videomaker’s comprehensive free reports cover all aspects of video production, from laying out a storyboard to choosing the right tripod to understanding the workflow for a new digital cinema camera. All reports are free to download for subscribers to Videomaker’s free email tips. To download any free report, please enter your email […]Read more "Videomaker’s Comprehensive Free Reports Cover All Aspects of Video Production"
By Audra Coulombe One of the first things that visual effects artists learn is how to integrate footage into an empty TV screen, smartphone display, or other kind of monitor. It’s a “frequent flyer” type of shot for many VFX companies around the world. To a newcomer, this might sound surprising — after all, why […]Read more "How to Shoot Screens for Graphics Integration"
by Chris Lavigne Marking your clips during your shoot can be crazy helpful when you’re sifting through footage in editing. One easy way to help your future self find a good clip during editing is to use a technique we’ve dubbed “the hand trick.” The technique When I’m shooting, as soon as I know I […]Read more "The Handiest Trick for Efficient Video Editing"