Looking back, we wrote an article about How to Make your Home Video Better.
Mike Wilhelm - November 21st, 2012
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and we are about to enter that time of year where cameras will be capturing video in a majority of households in the United States. Don't be that person who takes awful video that no one wants to watch! We all know what it's like to watch other people's home video and gotten either bored, motion sick or both. Unless you have some sort of sick desire for revenge, don't do it back to them! The way to avoid this is easy; something anyone can do.
mikerosen - August 16th, 2012
Trying to shoot video without any gear can be a nightmare. The last time I tried it is when I was 13 -- and there's reason that I haven't tried it since! My parents had bought their first camcorder and, after they got bored with shooting a few birthdays and holiday gatherings, they let us kids play around with it.
Im new to this group, so please forgive me if this subject has already been covered or if it is too elementary for this forum. But, I need your help
I am an entry-level/intermediate video enthusiast and I would like to store the footage from the 100 or so miniDV and older Digital8 tapes in such a way that I can:
1. access the footage for use in Final Cut without having to capture from the tape each time.
2. access the footage from my TV and scrub through it and access it randomly (i.e. pull up any home video and watch it).