Hey Guy, Im in need of help with this, My video fx plotters are gone.. how do i get them back.
mhageman - October 15th, 2008
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I am looking for tranquil videos 30+ min long. It could be ocean waves, wheat field, tree leaves, etc. with authentic audio with no disturbing noise (no talking people, crying babies or barking dogs on the background). I will need it on MiniDV tape unedited out of camera.
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We produce a weekly tv show about NASCAR Racing. We are currently using a green screen behind our talent, which works well, but we'd like to
be able to incorporate camera pans and zooms. Does anyone know of a way to do this without breaking the bank?
BREAHTEcast Internship Program 2008!(Christian Music Broadcasting)
The Christian Music Internet Broadcasting Network BREATHEcast.com is seeking a videographer intern to impact the world through providing Christian resources to the Christian community as well as non-Christian via the internet.
Title : Videographer Intern
Employer : BREATHEcast.com
Location : 15 cities
The random thought came in my head during opening weekend of the NFL (E-A-G-L-E-S EAGLES!!)
and i thought, how does one get to be the person operating the video camera for the nfl? do you have to get a certain degree? i mean, it's not really that hard, just follow the ball.
and it would have to be the network hiring, but it's only like once a week anyway.
i'm not thinking of this as a career, just wondering what you would need to do this.
Joel Holland of Footage Firm has created a new community web site:
It's pretty neat!
New Dog Digital is running a free Stock Footage contest, over 30 gigs of free stuff!
I have some of the Surplus Video collection and it is awesome!
Maybe this is an odd start to a thread because I don't have any real question per se, I just find it interesting how (and correct me if I'm wrong) as the technology for creating movies and distributing them gets better and better we have websites like youtube and google video where millions of people are watching some of the most horrendously compressed video I've ever seen. Now, don't get me wrong, I'm not knocking these sites, because they do what they do well -- they bring content to the masses with speed and can expose a lot of people to new audiences.