Time for our annual HDV issue, and we've broken our buyer's guides into 3 segments: HD & HDV Camcorders, Editing Software and Monitors.
Over the course of a couple of months, we received hundreds of great entries for the 2006 Videomaker/Sony Short Video Contest. This was a challenging year to pick winners--the entries just keep getting better and better every year. So let's take a look at this year's winners!
A quick overview of storage considerations for video.
You know you have needed one for some time. Well, the time has come. You've gone long enough without that necessary tool for serious content creation: the production monitor.
The Split System
Football, baseball, hockey, tennis. Swimming, cycling, running and lacrosse. Sports shooting is an art unto itself, and every sport has shooting hurdles to jump.
In the last two issues we told you how to set up and shoot your vidcast. In part three, we're looking at how to edit and get that vidcast to the masses.
Sometimes you only have one available light. Other times, you chose to use one light for effect. It's not what, but how you use it that makes your video shine.
Making it Big Time
Looks Like a Pro
Tame Your Tapes
Don't just edit it, improve it - with slick sound editing tricks to make your audio come alive.
Burn It Hi-Def
A Videomaker Special Report