Jackson Wong - June 12th, 2012
mikerosen - May 31st, 2012
Although I never had complaints by clients about audio, I always wondered about this...
Volume levels are to easy to determine, since you can see the peak levels. So it's easy to make sure that your whole DVD has a uniformed volume level so the client won't have to keep raising and lowering the audio volume during playback.
Jackson Wong - May 10th, 2012
Mike Wilhelm - May 09th, 2012
mikerosen - April 12th, 2012
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Jackson Wong - March 20th, 2012
mikerosen - March 15th, 2012
Last week we looked at one new tool for tidying up your videos in post-production. The Fix it in Post DVD is Videomaker's answer to the eternal question, "Oh no, this footage is messed up! What do I do now?" We like to think that the Fix it in Post DVD will help answer any post-production mess that you could encounter, from washed out colors to shaky camera work.
Jackson Wong - February 09th, 2012
I am new in this forum even if I have been reading you since a while...
I need a little help and advice regarding my equipment.
I am editing videos and when I manage HD or HDTV is really impossible with my old MAC BOOK PRO 15"
here is the details of my old mac: