Chuck Peters - October 04th, 2013
Greg Olson - March 25th, 2013
If the average video producer made a list of the key elements for a great project, the list would probably start with capturing great images, and hopefully include getting good audio, having great content, and maybe even getting good performances from talent. However, you're probably not likely to find solid supporting graphics on that list.
<span>This is an After</span><span>Effects</span><span>template that I created for video producers who need a weather graphics package for their video productions:</span>
Just wanted to let everyone know that we updated our free download for this month at
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Jackson Wong - June 21st, 2012
Jackson Wong - February 02nd, 2012
I have been searching video hive.net, istockphoto.com, and a few other resources for graphics but can't find the one I need. Has anyone come across the following graphics. I am picturing the segments on shows like dateline and 20/20 where they talk about documents and you see some documents float in with words typed on them. Any help would be appreciated.
Jackson Wong - November 17th, 2011
Julie Babcock - December 02nd, 2010
Another newbie question:
I have just recently gotten into video making. I started out by getting the Samsung HMX H100. It is a decent camcorder for the beginner. I found that my HD videos were jumpy and/or zig-zaggy when viewing them. I thought that the SD card couldn't handle the capture rate the camera was operating at. It has no internal memory. The SD card is a 4 gig/class 10. SO... I went ahead and bought a canon hf m31. It is a great camera with 32G of internal memory. I am still experiencing the same problems.