by Deity Microphones Location sound mixer Ben Quiles joins @Andrew_from_Deity Microphones to go over 10 different outfits and how you can hide lavaliers in all of them! From the basics to advanced techniques, we cover it all! Location sound mixers of all skill levels will learn something from this video. Business, casual, lazy, clubbing, workout clothes. […]Read more "How To Hide A Lav On Every Outfit!"
by Ian Lunn Since the release of macOS Sierra, when in Finder, it is now possible to use the shortcut: CMD + SHIFT + . Press once to show hidden files and again to hide them. If you’re using a version earlier than macOS Sierra, see Show/Hide Hidden Files using Terminal Aliases to setup a […]Read more "The Quickest Way to Show/Hide Hidden Files"
by Sean Berry Griffin Hammond shares his hidden microphone trick—how to place a mic blatantly in a locked-down shot, and use masking to hide it in Final Cut Pro X. Positioning microphones so that they aren’t in your shots while making sure they can capture quality audio can become highly frustrating. And it’s even more […]Read more "This Trick Will Keep Your Mic Hidden"
by Karsten Schlüter TimeCodeVanisher, or TiCoVa, is a utility by Karsten Schlüter that adds a selector rectangle in the Preview window; in the Inspector, you’re offered two modes, or methods: • Clone copies some content from above or below ‘over’ the burned-in TC. • Blur blurs the TC and the surrounding pixels into some mish-mash, […]Read more "TimeCode Vanisher – A Free FCPX Plugin"
September 19, 2012 by Hal Robertson, Videomaker Today’s lapel or “lav” mics are small and unobtrusive, but sometimes, you still need to hide one. There are plenty of shoot situations where hiding the lav is helpful, but where to put it? Fortunately, there are lots of options and, if you’ll stick with us for a […]Read more "Hiding a Lavalier Mic"