Two pieces tend to get a little more common around this time of year, but we can't think of another instance that JVC has ever used "two-piece" to describe one of their cameras. The GY-LSX2 is a handheld version of the GY-LSX1. The LSX2 uses Micro Four Thirds lenses and has an AltaSens 13.6MP CMOS sensor.
When videography is a part of your livelihood, there are two primary things you’re concerned with: making money and having enough time to juggle all your projects. The use of templates and stock footage can help you accomplish both of those aspects if you’re willing to give them a chance and use them appropriately.
Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman with a GoPro! VFX Masterminds Sam and Niko of CorridorDigital dream up an average day for the Man of Steel as he journeys to return a lost GoPro.
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.