It's time once again for the Videomaker/Canon Short Video Contest. You've got the video, we've got the prizes - go ahead ... take the chance. Whether you operate in standard definition or have taken the HD plunge, we can't wait to see your entry. Don't wait around, though - to qualify for the contest, your entry must be received in our office by Friday, October 31, 2008, at 5PM Pacific Time.
It's that time of year when students return to the classroom with fresh shiny faces, new schedules and a plethora of activities to fill their calendars from now until June. Here's a few tips to get you ready to hit the books, too.
When we create video, we are telling stories, and this is the essence of the craft. With all of the complexities of video production, it is easy for the focus to shift away from storytelling. We often pay too much attention to equipment, technique or crewmembers, while neglecting the story.
A guide to which DVD mass-production option works best for you. You've burned a master disc of your pice de rsistance and are ready to ship it all over. Just one problem: you have only one disc, and burning hundreds by yourself isn't feasible. Or is it? Both duplication services and home-use duplicators create the same outcome, so which one should you go with? This article will arm you with the information you need to choose the option that works best for you, so you can tackle your next big project with ease.
Compositing Visual Effects: Essentials for the Aspiring Artist; Producing Great Sound for Film and Video, Third Edition; Call Box: Digital Color Correction - The Final Cut Studio Workflow with Apples Color; Art of the Storyboard: A Filmmakers Introduction (second edition)
Footage vs. Bittage... 6 versus 25 Minutes of Film... and Pani's 0001 Still in Use... In Michael Moore's Defense... More on Moore... Throw in Some Spice and Sarcasm... Visual Contagion... Brief and to the Point...
TMPGEnc MPEG Editor 3 provides frame-accurate MPEG-2 editing...Artbeats has added to its Ultra collection of clips shot at 1000fps... Focus' FS-5 direct capture device can be attached to many DV and HDV camcorders.