Jennifer O'Rourke - September 09th, 2013
I think everybody may like my new site so just sharing it here: http://bigleaguefilmschool.com/
Jackson Wong - May 06th, 2013
I recently purchased the Sony NEX-VG10 and am really excited about it. i have run into some serious problems capturing the footage, though. I have a 2010 iMac, am running OSX 10.8.2 Mountain Lion and use Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 to edit. I've discovered that the files on the camera are .MTS, a file format with which I am unfamiliar (not surprising, I'm not exactly a newb, but the past few months is the first time I've started editing seriously - I am more a writer/director/producer and could do basic stuff with FC7 and Prem Pro - now I own my own production company and am getting down to
Hello all, and Happy new year.
Here is what I have, I shot a wedding with 3 cams. The third was a static cam just to catch wedding party entering. ceremony was approx. 25 minutes. I forgot about the camera (very hectic wedding) and basically recorded approx. 2.5 hours worth of crap. I want to trim the huge file down to just the 10-15 minutes needed before loading card for editing. I basically have a folder with 3 files..cam 1, cam 2 and cam 3. I am googling answers as well. I dont want to store hours worth of fottage for 10 minutes of usable footage to make a long story short.
Hello, I am new to this site and am hoping to learn quite a bit from the expertise of those that I've seen post on here. I would appreciate any kind of advice or knowledge you may have, and I look forward to learning more and more as I go along.
first of all, pls excuse typos, no caps, and 'chat style' b/c im typing one hand since i broke my hand 8 days ago mtn biking. advice: dont attempt to impress ur son on skinnies if you're a beginner.
Mike Wilhelm - May 16th, 2012
Hello - I'm looking for advice on editing software under $150. Seems like everyone has a preference but not many people say why. Based on good reviews from internet searches I've got my eye on:
- Cyberlink PowerDirector
- Adobe Premiere Elements
- Vegas Movie Studio
- Corel Video Studio
Can anyone help compare/contrast these or give some pros/cons/differences?