Ok, so I'm a film student at the college I attend and have been shooting random stuff since High School. Last year I upgraded to a Canon Vixia HF M40. Love the camera, but my first project with it DESTROYED my laptop. So, since then I've been computer less. But I got a credit card, slowly built up my credit, and now I am able to finance a computer from Best Buy for up to 1200. Now, at first I thought I would get a Mac. All the computers at the school are macs and all the classes use Final Cut and Avid on Mac. A promotion they have at the moment is $100 dollars off a Mac with a student I.D.
I am a fairly new videographer and this is my most recent video I just complete for a Drift event. Please give me your opinions and if you like it Please Share it.
Camera: FS-700 - $8,000
Hello All! I just wanted to share something to all you that I shot/edited at my workplace. It's about a show that showcases local talent (film, art, dancing, singing etc.) so let me know what you guys think!
(Sucks that I need to upload everything on youtube so I kind of lost a great amount of quality. Ohwell...)
Hello, for awhile now I have been upgrading all my cameras to HD and upgrading various software that I use to edit with or write scripts on as well. The only thing I haven't upgraded has been my computer. I have searched for awhile about what computer I should get to edit HD videos with and have gotten no real recommendations. I'm aiming for something that is or less than $400, but I am willing to go higher, and has an Intel Core i7 (have read and been told to get an i7).
Send 'em to me! All kidding aside, there's money to be made in photo montage production, you just need to streamline your production process, speed up your delivery times and keep your services affordable. A montage ONLY production operation, at minimum, can reasonably expect to gross more than $40K a year. Not bad wages in this economy. And NO, not everybody wants to D.I.Y.
Greetings folks, We would like to begin monetizing our teaching videos online by offering memberships to the video content posted on the website. I understand that Invideous is one company that provides something similar...but we are looking for other options. Suggestions?
Immersive Media 360 video camera system for sale (Dodeca 2360). The whole system includes:
* Head Unit (with 11 lenses)
* Varizoom Battery charger
* 2 Varizoom Li-On Batteries
* TFT portable color monitor
* Base Unit
* Car Mount
* 2 joysticks
* Walking pole mount
* Back Pack mount
* Emagin goggles with case
* Micro Optical CV-3
* 11 filters for the lenses
* All the original software the came with it.
I have beenproducing high quality 2 mic audio recordings for many years, including recordings of mainly classical and choral concerts. A number of years ago I was asked to also make a video of some of these concerts. Most camcorders do not have audio that is good for music concerts because even if they record using 48kHz/16 bit sampling, they have AGC circuits (automaic gain control) which basically eliminate almost all of the dynamics, which are especially important for music.