I posted this a few weeks back in a bit of a meme group of hot chilli fans. There are a lot of people making these chili challenge and spicy food videos, and my son really got into it. He has become a favorite in that community, and has his own channel going now. I had a lot of comments on our videos and how to make them look sharp - so I made them a quick little tutorial on how I go about it in Vegas Pro - it would also apply to Vegas Movie Studio.
mikerosen - March 15th, 2012
Last week we looked at one new tool for tidying up your videos in post-production. The Fix it in Post DVD is Videomaker's answer to the eternal question, "Oh no, this footage is messed up! What do I do now?" We like to think that the Fix it in Post DVD will help answer any post-production mess that you could encounter, from washed out colors to shaky camera work.
mikerosen - March 08th, 2012
You know why filmmakers and videographers always say "We'll fix it in post"? Because there are some problems that you can't avoid no matter how many years of experience you have behind the camera. You probably met these unwelcome guests the first time that you shot any video footage. And maybe you shrugged your shoulders and thought: Well, I'm just a beginner. I'll learn to avoid these problems soon enough.
Jackson Wong - December 20th, 2011
i'm new here as in videomaker's world too.
My name is Matteo and i come from a weird country from Eeurope...too weird to put the name here...anyway, i've just signed a new account here cause i need to get different confrontation with different and various point of views.
First of all, i'd like to show you the last one, a viral made for an italian shirt's brand.
Shots were made with a Canon XHA1s + SgBlade + Nikon 50mm 1:1,8f. This is the configuration i use to apply on all of my productions.
Between Apple Color and Magic Bullet Looks, lot's of editors are confusing Color Grading with Color Correction. The difference is; CG is a visual enhancement and CC is an adjustment for accuracy. So the 'Neo Green' from the "Matrix" and the 'Sepia Wash' prevalent in "Saving Private Ryan" are color grading choices for artistic enhancement of those films.
I was going to make a basic color card for some simple color correction in video. I was thinking about just cutting a piece of poster board about 4"x11" then taking some card stock and making a white/grey/black area with my printer and glue it on. Are there any better recommendations? I'm guessing I want to stay away from anything glossy to avoid glare. This is for very low budget tech videos, some of it will be inside with lighting some of it will be outside.
I have sony vegas movie studio platinum edition and i need to correct the white balance in some film that i shot. Can anyone please explain in detial how to do this on Vegas.