I have been looking around for a portable wireless videotransmitter system. I just want to be able to see what my other cameraoperatoris shooting while doing a wedding. I came across this site http://www.dslrwirelessmonitors.com, Just wanted to get some people input on this product.
Mike Wilhelm - June 20th, 2012
Hello there! Here are 3 different angles of the spot that I need to light. Just to give you guys an idea:
I just wrote a great article with our experts weighing in on the new developments from WWDC 2012. Check it out and share your opinion. Anyone out there using a Thunderbolt Video interface yet?
Looking forward to seeing what everyone has to say about this one.
GearSprout is announcing our first piece of video cleaning software: SproutConverter. This OS X 10.6+ application is designed to clean and remove video noise, video distortion, blank spaces, static, and user defined frames from video files. If there are any blank or distorted frames in a video, existing video editing software requires that you manually remove them. This process requires repetition involving manual search and removal.
I am pretty new to production video, and I am wondering if there is a way to set up 5-10 cameras for recording without having each camera independently record? Instead of having 5-10 flip video camcorders set up (around $200 each), is there a better way? I am looking for the video only feed to record on a laptop or other recording device, and I don't need each camera to independently record, like all consumer video cameras do. I hope that makes sense.
Greg Olson - June 04th, 2012
Newbie here! Is it okay to have a combination of Tungsten key light (softbox) and daylight as a fill on interview shoots? I did a test earlier and tried using an LED light as fill but the color did not match (it has a greenish tint.) I shot the video and there was daylight coming through a window but it was diffused somehow so it was not as strong. I have a lamp that was on during the interview that served as my background light. So.. back to my question... is it okay to do this? Is there a rule for this?
I am shooting my third music video & just want to know if anyone would share some tips/wisdom. Its a 3 person easy rock band. The video will only be the band members on an empty sound stage. Any advice or input would be great.