Hey guys!! Brand new to this forum!! I started posting "viral" videos a couple of years ago and now want to really step up my game. I have a music resource site, http://www.TheBassHang.com, that caters to bassists. I started with a cheap Nikon point and shoot camera with no editing software and now use a Canon HF S20 camcorder, Final Cut Pro, and just really love the evolution of making better videos. Just wanted to say hello and thanks for the great resource!!! My next obstacle...COLOR CORRECTION and LIGHTING!!!
I'm selling my very lightly used XHA1. I used the camera to shoot
church events so the camera didn't get a whole lot of use. I have always
used Sony's tapes camera was always stored in its case have never had a
single issue with it. I'm selling my XHA1 because i purchased a new
camera. If i could I would keep it as a second camera but my bank
account says no...
as you know the XHA1 doesn't have an hour meter. After counting my tapes
i have come to the conclusion the camera has about 15hours VERY low
Jennifer O'Rourke - May 23rd, 2011
I'm trying to decide on what type of professional camcorder to buy to expand my home based video editing business. Having used low end Canon's in the past, i'm partial to them. The new Canon XA 10 looks enticing but as I work with Final Cut Pro, which does not support the XA 10's AVCHD format, I have reservations. I may go with the XF 100 instead. Has anybody heard if the new redesigned Final Cut Pro X supposedly coming out this summer will support AVCHD files?
I have a Canon VIXIA HF20 HD Camcorder. And I want to be able to upload the HD files directly to youtube from Imagemixer, Without changing to standard definition.
How can this be done? Thanks
I have a Canon XHA1, i shoot in HDV 30p. when I capture the video back to my computer which is a Macbook Pro, i used firewire, my settings in FCP is to capture in HDV 30p 1440x1080, would it be better in the end to capture it as HDV Apple ProRes 422?
Julie Babcock - April 08th, 2011
Jennifer O'Rourke - March 25th, 2011
**If you have an opinion on anything I discuss, please post below because every "vote" counts in my decisions going forward.**
My Goal: To shoot small / short film projects to upload to the internet and burn to DVD. (I would also like to do some still photography on the side, whether it is with the camera I buy or a separate still camera---this is factoring into my decision somewhat, but I want to focus on video.)
Note: I have Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 (the production package with after effects, etc..)
I'm urgently in the market for new video equipment. Working on a documentary shoot, and I need to decide from a few options. The documentary will include interior shooting, natural daylight shooting, and occasionally night shooting. I've worked with Sony before, and their auto features have been super helpful, but the camera I've been using has no audio input, and thus, the audio has been professionally unusable.