If you are going out to the wild to watch spectacular scenic or monumental sports plays having binoculars at hand is a good idea. But not just any binoculars, why not get one that record full AVCHD and 2D or 3D such as the newest Sony DEV-50V.
I am currently running Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 9 and have several softball games that I am putting together for my wife. I would like to have a running scoreboard that is better than just using a text box. Ideally I would like to have something that could indicate runners on bases (however this is not a requirement), along with the inning, outs, and obviously score. If anyone has any ideas or can recommend a plug-in that would make it easier, that would be awesome.
I'm a novice videographer and my daughter's record soccer games on the weekends. I would like to add a scoreboard and running clock to the video. Does anyone have any advice on how to do this? I have search online and one suggestion was to use subtitles. Is that possible? Would it have to be done frame by frame? I also read that it would require a re-encode of the video which would degrade the video quality. Thanks for any help.
GoPro is announcing an entry level $179 version of its HD HERO camera. The HD HERO 960 incorporates the same image and sound quality as the original HD HERO. The HD HERO 960 will launch this Fall in retail stores around the world and online at gopro.com for $179.99
If your not familiar with GoPro their Helmet Cameras are some of the most popular rigs used by Action Sports Producers. We areactuallyin the process of reviewing one of their rigs for an upcoming issue!