Entering the Fox Studio Lot in West Los Angeles, I ponder on what is going to make my viewing the U.S. Women's Soccer team's match against Australia out of the ordinary -- besides the fact that its the FIFA Women's World Cup Soccer Tournament in Canada and that, instead of at a stadium, I'll be seated in air conditioned comfort in the Zanuck theater watching on a 20 foot movie screen.
The Matrix is one of the most visually unique movies of all time, but that was 14 years ago. Now, be on the look out for bullet-time shots in sports and more. Who wouldn't be cool acting like Neo and Trinity? It seems that ever since the 1999 debut of The Matrix, no one has really developed similar effects, until recently.
I am currently running Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 9 and have several softball games that I am putting together for my wife. I would like to have a running scoreboard that is better than just using a text box. Ideally I would like to have something that could indicate runners on bases (however this is not a requirement), along with the inning, outs, and obviously score. If anyone has any ideas or can recommend a plug-in that would make it easier, that would be awesome.
This year I finally decided to offer a season dvd package for area youth football leagues. I was originally going to charge $10 per dvd but wised uip and thought that was entirely too low for a month and half worth of filming at 6 to 8 hours every Saturday plus all the editing.
I now thought to price them at $20 until today a friend of mine who is also a player's dad said that I could charge between $35-$40. So any advice on pricing would be greatly appreciated.
It's been a while since I've put up videos. I rectify that with a really cool vid by Eric Cheng of his experiments using the GoPro Sports camera and it's standard underwater housing vs the teeth of several sharks! Kids don't try this with your fancy P2 and EX cameras!
I record sports for a small college teams using my own Canon GL2. The color and sound are great and the production timeline has been manageable. I'd shoot a game on tape one evening, do a little editing overnight and deliver discs to coaches the next morning.