by LenoFX Download this Awesome Opener for Free! You can use it in Apple Motion or Final Cut Pro X. Very easy to use with detailed tutorial. What is Included: 1 Opener; Tutorial How to use in Motion How to use in FCPX Features Quick and easy to edit in Final Cut Pro X Change […]Read more "FCPX & Motion Rhythmic Opener | Free Download"
October 7, 2013 by Michele Yamazaki, Toolfarm If you ever need to work with old video footage that’s in standard format, here are several options and tools to make the job smoother and get better results. Introduction When I started my career in video post-production, standard definition was the standard. Now there are so many […]Read more "Upscaling or Upsizing Video?"
January 10, 2013 by Edit Cellar, Peter J. Normandia I have seen tons of editing tutorials out there that are NLE specific. I watch them all the time. However, I rarely see any basic editing tutorials that are useful for any NLE. In order to fill the void, I present my video-editing tips series, good […]Read more "Video Editing Tips: Take Advantage of Formats"
January 7, 2013 by Premiumbeat.com Take your project to the next level by adding punch with film grain and light leaks. These 5 sites offer 1080 to 4K footage that will work in your video editing app of choice. Media creators of all budgets (indie, corporate, commercial) are always looking to add pop and […]Read more "Enhance your Video Editing Projects with Light Leaks and Film Grain"
December 10, 2012 by Mosaic Opto-Electronics, Inc. This unique, precision optical accessory for the Canon 5D Mark II produces a profound correction of the 5D2’s well-known 1080p video moiré and aliasing artifacts. The revised design of the VAF-5D2b provides the same excellent anti-aliasing performance as our original VAF-5D2. However it incorporate our newest and most advanced optical […]Read more "For the Canon 5D Mark II: A solution for 1080p moiré and aliasing"
October 18, 2012 by GoPro and Scott Simmons, Studio Daily It was a fun Tuesday night here in San Francisco as GoPro Founder and CEO Nick Woodman took the wraps off the company’s latest little camera, the Hero3. This new product in the GoPro family ups the ante for helmet-cam to vehicle-strapped action cameras in […]Read more "GoPro HERO3: Black Edition – Smaller, Lighter and 2X More Powerful!"
July 13, 2012 Sony Gunning for GoPro with POV Cam First Look at a Camera in Development that Could Be Headed for the Market Soon By Beth Marchant, Studio Daily On Tuesday, Sony lifted the lid on a new micro-POV “action camera”—at this point its unofficial name—that will go head-to-head with GoPro’s line of wearable […]Read more "Gunning for GoPro!"
March 31, 2012 by Kirk McElhearn, Macworld.com The recently released iTunes 10.6 has plenty of notable new features, including support for 1080p video and some tweaks to iTunes Match. But many music lovers will appreciate one new feature in particular: In the past, you could automatically convert songs with a high bit-rate to a more […]Read more "Auto-convert songs at higher bit-rates in iTunes 10.6"
March 2, 2012 By Grant Willing The long-awaited Canon EOS 5D Mark III has finally arrived. Offering refinement and improvement over its predecessor, the camera maintains its position as a very capable DSLR that’s ideal for high-quality image capture and HD video recording. Only a slight bump in resolution, 22.3MP versus 21.1MP, means the 5D […]Read more "Just Announced! New Canon EOS 5D Mark III Hits the Mark"
February 18, 2012 by Tom Guilmette Last weekend I had the opportunity to work with JLG Media Group and Lars Schwetje, a seasoned combat camera operator and producer, in a combat event in its own right. We were tasked by PSPN.tv (The Professional Sports Player’s Network) to produce two world title boxing fights at The […]Read more "Using GoPro Cameras on Live Multi-Camera Remote Broadcasts"