It's easier now than ever to fit large quantities of video into a very small physical space. For you to be able to acquire video, you need media of some kind, whether it's videotape, optical media, a hard drive or even a memory card.
Capturing video is easier than it has ever been. The choices available to you are plentiful. Of course, picking the right card that will suit your needs is not easy. This primer will help you pick the video capture card that is right for you.
Everyone's done it... didn't record audio at an event, copied over an important tape, forgot to white balance... all the things we here at Videomaker tell you not to do. Now it's your turn to come clean and expose your goofs, gaffes and gotchas to the world in our annual Video Horror Stories.
Reprinted from an Imation press release:
Imation Corp. (NYSE:IMN), exclusive licensee of the TDK Life on Record recording media brand, today announced the first 6x Blu-ray recordable (BD-R) and Blu-ray recordable double layer (BD-R DL) media for the U.S. retail market. Imation is also launching a full line of TDK Life on Record Blu-ray disc cleaning and storage accessories to protect and maintain high-definition content on this new media format.
Reprinted from a SmartSound press release:
SmartSound Software, Inc. announces the release of Sonicfire Pro 5, a groundbreaking new development in library music. With new music timing controls and searching features, Sonicfire Pro 5 gives professional editors the most complete customizable music library solution. Now shipping, this new release accesses the largest selection of fully-customizable library music available.
Reprinted from a Sony press release:
Sony is expanding its industry leading line-up of high-definition video products with two new HDV cameras designed to meet the needs of professionals and prosumers.