Videomaker's guide to finding the best camcorder bag or to match your budget and your needs. Because your camcorder needs a nice home.
There is a wide-range of camera stabilizers and supports on the market. Which one best fits your needs and your budget? Let's examine some of the choices.
A Look at Filming Concert Footage. How to Prepare to Capture a Concert on Video. Includes Step-by-Step Instruction and Checklist.
How is geotagging used? Follow these tips on how to geotag video so your viewers know exactly where a video was shot.
The 7D has manual control, great function control, and can work with a variety of traditional lenses and accessories.
Stand-alone compression tool to automate your work and package projects with advanced options - now with integrated delivery online, notifications, and review and approval process.
The Verbatim SureFire 500GB pocket drive is well made and a great performer.
Keep your eye on Adobe Story as it matures into a polished application and is integrated with the Adobe Production bundle.
A low-cost and easy-to-operate stabilizer for small camcorders.
I am coining a term as I write this: smart mob screening. The first two words were coined by Howard Rheingold in his book Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution.
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.
How television transmission formats are used to bring video from the TV station to the television in your living room.
Technical specifications and links to top video sharing sites. This list includes YouTube, Bilp TV, Bright Cove, Current TV, iStockphoto, iTunes, Live Video, MetaCafe, Myspace TV, Revver, Veoh and Vimo.
You might know what you want to shoot, but how long will it take to do it? Here is how to create a simple shooting schedule so you'll have the answer.
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.
See that little ID icon in the bottom corner of your TV screen? That's called a "bug". It used to be, only network news shows used bugs. Now everyone is using them, and you can too.
Dual System Sound used to be reserved for major production studios. Today you can get this professional sound. Here are some home video editing tips for using DSS.
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