Investing in the right audio recording software could mean the difference between a well-received message, or one lost in time. Tips for choosing audio software.
We've seen lots of great updates in editing software this year on both the consumer and professional levels, giving the editor even more options to choose from.
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Your first line of defense for Noise Removal is the low-cut or high-pass filter. This tool is available in some form in virtually every NLE and DAW out there.
A solid addition to the growing line-up of pocket Web-oriented HD camcorders.
Though pricey, Litepanels 1X1 Bi-Color is one sweet piece of lighting equipment with lots of great features.
The Nexto Video Storage offers terrific options for security and portability when using memory card-based camcorders.
Switronix's TL-50 TorchLED video light is a highly versatile on-camera light with a sweet price point.
Edius 5 is a powerful editing program with excellent real-time performance and broad format support.
Don't have enough light? All is not lost-since we need light to see. There's lots of it around, finding light for video is easier than you think.
Hiding a lavalier mic is tricky business. You want the highest quality sound without actually seeing the microphone.
AVCHD codec? No - not really. AVCHD is a data format, but many people think it's a codec. AVCHD is an acronym for the Advanced Video Codec High Definition format.
Many cafes, restaurants and community centers offer different forms of entertainment throughout the week. Why not have an On-Line Video Review?
"It all started the first time I saw a video camera-my sister's 5th birthday; the folks who organized the party told us they'd bring one along, and we got to see ourselves on a TV screen. For years I was fascinated..."
Videomaker's role is changing from teaching people how to make video to fostering a community to empower mass collaboration over the Internet.
Three-point lighting has become the mainstay of video lighting. But if you want to add a bit of dramatic lighting, consider moving the fill to the key side, and see what you get.
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