by Aputure How to Use VECTORSCOPES What is a vectorscope and how can you use it? We answer the basics about a vectorscopes and how it can help you get the best possible shot. From white & black balance and even how to save you hours in post when chroma keying…. How To Use a […]Read more "How To Use a WAVEFORM and VECTORSCOPE MONITOR (in 2 Minutes!)"
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 RocketStock Download this curated collection of animated business and technology icons. These freebies are exceptionally useful for a wide variety of media applications! Keyframing motion is often time consuming and headache inducing, but this time we’ve done the heavy lifting for you. Check out this FREE animated icons pack that features common business and […]Read more "Technicons: Free Animated Business Icons"
December 17, 2014 by Jeff and cam-do.com So…you’re one of the many, many professional or consumer video-makers that owns a flavor of GoPro cameras and you think you’ve done all you can do with it at this point? Yes– you can put it on your race car, your rocket and even your pet eagle or […]Read more "CamDo Solutions for GoPro"
January 30, 2013 By Adam Wilt (Thanks to David Wardrick for posting!) SEE the light: Cine Meter gives you an RGB waveform monitor and a false-color picture in addition to a cine-style light meter, using the camera in your iPhone / iPod / iPad. • The light meter shows you your stop as a decimal value […]Read more "Cine Meter: Time to throw away the light meter?"
September 15, 2011 by nofilmschool.com I’ve been doing a number of interviews and filming self-shot videos as part of my attempt to make my first feature film. I’ve used a number of external monitors with my 5D Mark II in the past but I don’t actually own one myself, so I haven’t been able to […]Read more "How to Use Your Laptop as a Free External Monitor for Your Canon DSLR"
September 28, 2010 By Scott Simmons, Studio Daily If you work in post-production, you work on computers. There are a lot of things within those computers, including hard drives, RAM and the trusty Internet connection, that need monitoring if you want to get the most out of your software apps and work efficiently. iStat Menus […]Read more "Useful Tools for Monitoring your Other Tools"