I'm selling my hmc40, it has low hours and is in excellent condition. The extras include an Opteka fisheye, Audio technica condenser microphone, tripod, and a Panasonic 8gb sdhc card. It also comes with all the original accessories which are the HMC handbook, remote, battery charger/ adapter, rca cables, etc. I recently upgraded to DSLR so I no longer need this and I want to see it get used rather than collect dust. Asking $1,000 for everything, email me if interested. email@example.com
Today I signed up to this forum to ask you something. In the video (see link ^) there's an effect that disturbs the video. It distorts for 2 or 3 frames horizontally, you see another image for a couple of frames. I don't know what kind of effect that is. Do you guys know what the name is of this effect and if it's possible in Adobe After Effects or Premiere Pro (CS6)?
I am seeking advice, I know it is a tired conversation.
I own a Canon XL2 and two Sony HDR XR160's.
All I do is record training videos for my company. The videos are nothing special, just in the office. I do use good lighting and no fancy shots. I edit with Sony Vegas Pro (13). All videos are viewed on the Internet.
THE QUESTON IS - CAN I USE THECANON XL2 and is it a viable camera in todays HD world.
I'd like to ask your knowledge and advice here.
I shoot some travel videos, and recently found that some of my, as well as dozens of other's, videos were swiped on youtube by some scheister, who then re-edited them, threw his own name over them and re-uploaded them as his own.
It takes someone with a lower double-digit IQ (not to mention a real pair of brass ones) to do that and upload them next to the same person you just ripped off - and think nobody is going to notice or care. Needless to say enough people complained that his account was killed.
I work for a video production that is just starting up in Winnipeg, MB Canada. We are trying to figure out how things work with using copyrighted music in our videos.
I have heard that you can contact the record label and purchase the rights but it seems pretty unefficent to have to do that for each song.
Is there a license that we can purchase to be able to use copyrighted music in our videos?
Any help in figuring this out is much appreciated!
I need help to find the perfect video equipment solution, to replace the discontinued Flip cams manufactured by Cisco until 2011.
I made this video this week just to challenge myself to try and make it look real. Would love your thoughts on it. A girl who misses the way Justin Bieber used to be takes matters into her own hands...
If you like the video, please subscribe to my channel too if it's easy!
Hey, please check out latest post - It's all about FREE music sources for your video projects
I''d love to hear where you guys get your music/free music