I just upgraded to CS6 and have a small issue, I use 3 cams..2-ns5's and a smaller handheld something like cr150? Anyway, I used to have all 3 running fine on a timeline. This time I loaded the 2-ns5's and when I went to load the 150 it would stop my cpu dead. It would not freeze it would just try to load for an hour until I hit cancel. I tried several work arounds..until I finally converted it to a quicktime with aac audio. I have a suspicion the audio has something to do with it.
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Greg Olson - March 04th, 2013
So you've got the camera set up, your talent is miked up perfectly, and the shot looks stunning. Your audio guy (or perhaps you if you've got a small crew) slips on the headphones, and that's when he hears it. The windstorm that seems to be blowing a hurricane force wind directly into your mic. Since we're not likely to be able to just turn off the wind, and fixing it it post can have mixed results, here's six tips to cut down wind noise on your mic.
Where can I find something that records audio digitally, is standalone, has an SD card slot, and costs under $300?
Hi, I've only recently started making youtube videos for digital painting. I use Camtasia to capture and I use Adobe Premiere to Edit.
1)I keep getting this weird trailing look when my mouse moves across the screen on the recording. Why is that?
2) What is a good tool to use for recording voice audio?
Jennifer O'Rourke - February 08th, 2013
I am new to film making and have messed around enough with junk that I decided to start building a good starter kit. I just got a Canon GL2 with a bunch of goodies.
The one thing that I am needing to get is a wireless lav mic. The camera came with a Beachtek XLR adapter and I am wondering what a good system would be to hook that up to?
Jennifer O'Rourke - September 13th, 2012
The classic "my dog ate my homework" excuse that people joke about as a cop-out for carelessness is easy to poke fun at, but the underlying lesson from that line is that many excuses are just that: coverups for not being prepared, not being alert or not being savvy enough to know what you're getting into.