Well it looks like the fine folks over at our FCC are up to some more 'wacky' antics when it comes to 'reforming' the way we get our info and entertainment over the airwaves. First, they've introduced potential legislation to police the internet, then they reallocated wireless bandwith so non-government entities will soon be operating their wireless gear in illegal bandwiths and now boys and girls (drum roll please...) they're looking at reallocating the bandwidths for broadcast television!
In July 2009 I received a Roku Box for my Birthday, since then I have fallen in love with the ability to stream Netflix and all the channels they offer direct to my TV.
One of the things making many of novice to intermediate shooters and editors on the forum's heads spin is the "HD" format itself. "What HD Camera should I buy?" "What HD editing software should I buy?" On and on with good reason. 'HD' comes in a number of 'flavors' (i.e. resolutions, codecs, etc.) and it can be enough to make your freakin' head spin.
Hello, my name is Clemente and I got to say Videomaker's forums are the best... congratulations!
Ok, this time I have an audio issue regarding rights for music in a TV program.
The thing is that I want to include background music from local musicians in it but, as far as I know, they don't create their own music, they sing covers from different composers.
I don't know if I could get in trouble including theirmusic (eventhough I have their authorization) and, if I do, would they have to compose their own music so I could include them?
mhageman - January 29th, 2010
I just watched the tutorial on creating a 'film look' using 24P, and I felt there were some misleading statements. I'd also like to add a very big comment about PLAYBACK.
Hello everyone. I'm new to the website and have found sooo much useful information on theforumssection. Every time I have a problem I'm always relieved to find a solution here! Well this time Icouldn'tfind an awnser and was looking for a little help..
I work for a skateboard company doing filming and video editing. I'm normally busy with skate video editing for web or dvd. Using Illustrator files fortitlesthat normally fade in and outon top of my video while it plays. They always look fine on the web or on dvd's and t.v.'s..
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