In the latest issue their was a question regarding filming in a park. My question relates to that. If I want to use a video of a building exterior to suggest that this is where my story takes place, what sort of actions must I take to use it? I want to post the video to the web for free but hope to sell higher quality DVD copies of the video later.
Hi, I run the audio and video production at my church and am decent at video production. We've been borrowing a Videonics MX-1 unit from a school that one of my friends works at, but recently they had to reclaim it so we are searching for a new one. Our budget would be no more than $500 ($300-$400 would be better). I plan on getting the unit used on Ebay. I was wondering if I should stick with the MX-1 or if there was a better model from a different company that I should consider. I've been eyeing the MX-3000 and MX-PRO, but they arent really in our pricerange.
I'm with the stock footage company Footage Firm, and we recently released a new website that allows video editors to download completely free stock footage. The concept has been well received by the beta testers who've used the site thus far, but I was hoping to get your advice on what you like/don't like (design, usability, selection, etc) before we start a massive advertising campaign.
The website is http://www.stockfootageforfree.com.
This start-up is definitely for those, who are engaged in self video production. Their content base counts hundreds of pretty interesting and well-designed shows (I've checked carefully)) They are trying to accumulate all the best from infamous filmmakers and then entertain us -I've never seen NONE of their animation collection before. You may also try - I'm waiting for your impressions.
Hi, I'm John Romeo, creator and host of "The Romeo Theater", an online show. In each show we present a short movie, and the director shares a little bit about the story behind it.
I'm always looking for short films to feature on the show! If you'd like to present your movie (under 5 minutes long) on The Romeo Theater, visit the website at http://www.romeo-theater.com and click the 'Submissions' link on the right. I would love to see your stuff!
There is a group in the Magix Community:
We are a video-creators team from Poland, experienced mostly in documental productions, with a standart digital television equipment , cameras, lights of course, editing stations and so on.
We look for cooperators abroad :)
Hey, i was wondering how to copy a file from a DVD rom to your computer. I just need a basic step by step process to finish my damn project. Any help would be great.
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I'm having issues with audio/video syncing. It can be off or onat any point in editing. The final save for DVD or CD is a video that looks like the talent's voice is being dubbed in another language. It appears the audio and video are processing at different speeds (?). A friend offered the suggestion that my video and audio cards might be the problem. I currently work with 2 PCs. The first is a Dell XPS 720 desktop w/Intel Core 2 Quad CPU; 2.40 GHz; 2.75 RAM; NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTX (2); and Creative SB X-Fi sound card.