If you are a videographer who is looking to stock up on blank media, deciding which kind of media to choose is important. Here, we will take a look at some of the more widely-used types.
Finding the right soundtrack for your video production can be a challenge and confusing. With the right direction and a better understanding of the process, giving your video production a happy and musically appropriate ending is easier than you may think.
Those 3 Words We Love to Hear, Day for Night (DFN). What better three words could a director ask to hear? No huge generators, no freezing temperatures, no vampire-style living... what's not to love?
A Glance Through the Looking Glass at the State of Television Technology
PowerDirector is great for short films and home movies, and an excellent program to grow on. It's a great intermediate editing program and holds its ground against other intermediate editing software.
High quality, full HD with Bluetooth versatility at an affordable price may be just what the doctor ordered for today's video non-professional looking to chase away the standard definition blues.
A very versatile video capture device with the portability edge.
As amateurs, professionals or enthusiasts, buyers of consumer electronics often put a premium on bigger things like computers and cameras. But they sometimes forget that those wonderful devices benefit from smaller, more complementary items - accessories.
A great laptop for full 1080p HD editing, with high-end graphics, processing power, and lots of multimedia ports.
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.
Using music and sound effects libraries is easy, but knowing how to use them is confusing. Here are some tips on buying and using royalty-free music.
In tight times, we all need to expand our skillset and services. Legal video is UP when the economy is down; now is a good time to add to your video undertaking.
The sound effects from the 1960s Star Trek TV show are the same as in the latest Trek movie. Why? Because you know them as well as the scent of grandma's cookies.
By virtue of your reading this, I am taking the liberty of identifying you as a member of the Videomaker community. I thought that you may want to know more about us.
In the past three years, Youtube.com, Google's video website, has become the place for video sharing. Knowing the restrictions will help you upload your next masterpiece.
Cutting costs doesn't mean cutting video quality. You can get the same great video lighting when you create a Do It Yourself Lighting Kit.
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