How high quality? How does high definition video sound to you? As incredible as it seems, the higher price spectrum of the cameras can return true HD video.
There's no problem videotaping your own children or those that you personally know, but what if you have a need to shoot children on a playground or in a classroom who are complete strangers to you, for a documentary or other long-format show?
The enthusiasm for characters and stories in science fiction is inspiring the independent creation of entertaining fan-made, low budget films as a hobby.
Since cell phone video recorders shoot at fairly low resolutions, it's important to try and remove potential problems before they can occur.
Videomaker's annual review of the best new video products selected by the reviewers and editors of Videomaker Magazine.
Customizable, roomy, and ready for action! The OMB-74 is perfect for professional shooters who need a reliable equipment bag.
Consumer video editing with impressive automated assists plus advanced features.
Moderately priced, Canon's Vixia HF S11 is a powerful choice for video producers looking to make their mark on the professional video landscape.
iMovie '09 is a flexible video editing application that is ideal for starters or enthusiasts.
Although small in size, the Creative Vado is an easy grab-and-go camera. The buttons are easy to use, the battery life is long and it's fun shooting big HD clips for such a small price.
A truly remarkable wireless phone with revolutionary video capabilities.
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A look at some popular video formats, viewing platforms and distribution methods to help you figure out how best to get your video from a camcorder to your audience.
From fast down-n-dirty video to YouTube, to samples of your work to a producer, cell phone video is everywhere. Here are tips to getting that footage from here...to there.
Video creation is sometimes a singular business, but video producers are a social lot. Our curiosity about our readers has inspired us to create this new column to introduce you to your fellow video producers.
The scenario is simple: background music, either live or recorded, is playing while you are videotaping a scene. Now you have sounds protected by copyright in your video clip.
Slow motion is when the playback of a video clip appears to be slower than the natural speed of the events. This illusion can be done in several ways.
Since digital audio only has a couple of major mathematical aspects, it won't be a stretch to cover it in one article. We'll try to keep the math to a minimum.
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