The lobby of my apartment building is more suitable to standing around reading the mail than it is for working as a 4-camera capable, multimedia video studio outputting network-style content. But that’s what is about to happen, courtesy of NewTek’s Tricaster Mini.
4K resolution is a quantum step up from 1080p HD. Those looking to view websites presenting streaming video in 4K will not have an easy time of it due to the major increase in bandwidth capabilities of the Internet infrastructure that are required.
3D video is a polarizing subject. Hollywood loves 3D, due to increased ticket prices and classic blockbuster 3D re-releases. Television manufacturers are hopeful, thinking 3D might be a new way to get consumers to upgrade their newly purchased HDTV. Consumers, however, are lukewarm.
So, your shoot is done, and you've got some great footage. Now the trick is assembling your shots into a coherent message that will bring your client more customers. In this segment we talk about logging your footage, spot lengths and formats, adding voice-overs, choosing music, and adding sound effects. Creating the right blend of footage and graphics, along with a great sound mix will take all the hard work you've done and mold it into a great commercial.
Sometimes I really hate technology. OK. I'm no technophobe, but lately, it seems that just as soon as I learn the new updates to some software, they go and makes changes on me and I either have to update again, or buy fresh and start over.OK. Maybe I don't HATE technology.. but wasn't it supposed to make our lives easier?
A USB 3.0 jack now has an adapter to allow HDMI video playback. There is no AC requirement since it is USB powered, if that sounds good, so should the content since support for audio is found in this little adapter as well. By utilizing SuperSpeed USB 3.0 and its 5Gb/s speed, the USB 3.0 to HDMI with Audio adapter will be able to keep up with your technologies.