Hi there, I need some advice. I want to put up some video adds on the web (including uTube) to help sell my products. Types of videos I want to film include sometestimonialsof people talking about my products. I am very new to this. Are there any videos people can suggest I watch? I have seen a couple of videos about filming on a white background with a couple of UV lights, but I am hoping to get a more natural environment rather than a cold white clinical environment. I am currently thinking about filming people in a room so I don't need to worry too much about ambient noise.
Hi to the folks out there,
I've recently bought a HP Pro book 6560b primarily as it still has a
firewire port so I can still transfer video from my Legria HV40. I have
installed Premiere 5.5. but when I try to capture the video I get jerky
pictures with a frame or so 'sticking'. This seems to happen in
conjunction with a sound like a burrrp/buzz. This noise is very evident
when playing a Youtube video and am wondering whether it's interfering
with something else/program I'm not aware of?
Whether you've been in the biz for a while or just starting up a hobby, the big question is; Should I buy or rent?
In my experience, I've done both and there were pro's and con's with either. These days with gear being truly affordable, there is an incentive to purchase equipment and accessories outright. However, there are unseen costs that come with both purchasing and renting gear. Here's a vid from Caleb Pike that gives a solid analysis of this very important question....
I entered a video contest about mental health and it was posted as a finalist! The winner will be decided in an online vote and I was wondering if you guys could help me vote and share this videohttp://bit.ly/xm81TR. It takes a couple seconds with your Facebook account and it really helps out. Thanks!
Hey guys, i found this nice travel video contest http://www.kuaddro.com/travel-doc-contest/
I think I will participate filming my next trip to Barcelona, anyway I will going to shoot the trip.
mikerosen - February 02nd, 2012
Last week, we looked at what fair use ISN'T. So now let's look at what it is. Basically, fair use depends on a few factors, most importantly
I loved this New York Timelapsehttp://www.kuaddro.com/videos/manhattan-in-motion/
I have envy! I would love to know how to do something similar with my 5DmkII.
Curious website about dslr travel videos.
I'm looking for a video camera and lens setup that will allow me to get the best HD video possible while shooting specifically small screens from a close distance. 1080p is a requirement and again I am looking for best quality but not forgetting best value if possible. I would like to keep it under $3,000USD. Any advice would be greatly appreciated as I am new to all of this.
It still is not clear about royalty free music. If I pay and download some royalty free music, can I attach the music and post on YouTube? What if I attach the music to a video and burn it to a DVD for someone. Do they then "own" the music and can they upload to YouTube? I just don't want anyone to suffer a lawsuit.
I have a 1000 watt Tungsten halogen light in a softbox which I am looking to upgrade to LED lighting (cooler & cheaper to run) - can anyone give me advice on what LED specs I should be looking for to get a similar output (I have no idea of how many lumens the current light puts out). Any guidance would be most welcome..