by V. Renee, nofilmschool You know when your video footage has that really nasty flickering in it? Yeah, that’s just the worst thing ever. “Where’s the hot shot that turned a strobe light on during the shoot,” you wonder, but hey, I promise it wasn’t the hot shots’ fault. It’s banding, or flickering, which happens when […]Read more "A Simple Editing Hack Will Fix Your Flicker Quick"
by RED Digital Cinema Flickering in video and film is a common problem resulting from certain frame rate and shutter speed combinations under artificial lighting. This article gives an overview of why this happens, along with recommending settings for minimizing the chances of this happening in the first place. Use this free online tool to […]Read more "RED’s Online Flicker-Free Video Tool"
August 20, 2015 by Larry Jordan I’ve written a lot about compression. So, in this article, I want to provide a Quick Start Guide containing key points you need to know about video compression. Key Point 1 Compressed file size is totally dependent upon bit rate. The smaller (slower) the bit rate, the smaller the […]Read more "Larry Jordan’s Video Compression Quick Start Guide"