There's a buffet line of video codecs and digital formats to pick and choose from. Video transcoding and video encoding are two post-production processes that always work their way through the digital smorgasbord. Sometimes they end up bloated with a lot of unnecessary smatterings on their plate. It's easy to mix the two up and confuse one for the other; they behave exactly the same way. If a video editor is wise, they know how both video transcoding and video encoding can work efficiently to keep their plate from spilling over.
Apps... they’re everywhere nowadays. From checking your heart rate to logging your dietary intake, there’s an app for just about anything. For those of us in the video production world, these are exciting times because the apps for our business have grown and matured into great tools to take out on location. In this installment, we’ll sneak a peek at Android Prompter, Guerrilla ADR, ProPrompter and ShootLocal.
We’ve all had it happen. A phone rings during a crucial moment in an interview and there's no chance for a retake. Luckily for us, you can get decent results in post-production. In this tutorial we show you how to use the spectral frequency view in adobe audition to fix tough audio issues.
Final Cut Pro X has taken great strides and matured into one of the most innovative video editing software titles in recent history. Apple has been working hard over the past two and half years to update and improve Final Cut Pro X, and the latest version, 10.1, brings tons of great improvements that may have you thinking twice about your editing software of choice.