Mark discusses Sony's NSC-DCI Netsharing cam, Samsung's SC-DX10 hybrid camcorder, JVC's GZ-HD3 camcorder and Azden's FMX-32 Channel Field Mixer. Derek talks about Miro.com and Crackle.com.
During weekly video podcasts of Videomaker Presents, staff members presented the headline news on video production. From the latest video equipment and software to the newest video-sharing sites, video formats, and more, the News segment of the video podcast helped keep viewers informed through great changes in video technology.
Mark discusses Sony Vegas Movie Studio, and Newtek's Speededit. Derek talks about Dailymotion and Flock.
Mark discusses Adobe CS3, Apple Final Cut Pro, and Movavi. Derek talks about FeedBurner, E.U. on YouTube, It's-All-In-Your-Hands and Pier Screenings.
Mark discusses Digieffects and some interesting information from CEA. Derek talks about Apple's iPhone, Adobe Visual Communicator 3, Jaman.com, Vodpod and Fablevision.
Mark discusses Blockbuster embracing BluRay. Derek talks about Pier Screenings, YouTube Remixer and Brightcove.
Mark discusses Western Digital, Sonic Studio and Ulead VideoStudio 11. Derek explores Safari 3, Pier Screenings, iPhone, MTV's Video Remixer, and PhotoBucket.
In our Video Bits & Bytes segment, John discusses the FCC ruling regarding profanity on broadcast TV. He also talks about the new Apple laptops. Derek explores Shycast.com, veodia.com and YouTube.
In our Video Bits & Bytes segment, Mark discusses Matthews M25 tripod and Black Magic Designs Intensity Pro. Derek talks about icaught.com and flektor.com.
In our segment, Andrew and Mark focus on lighting for Chroma Keying.
In this week's "Take 20", Jennifer and Charlie review "The Duel" by James Miller.
In our Video Bits & Bytes segment, John discusses Final Cut Studio 2 and Sanyo's new underwater camcorder. Derek talks about YouTube channels and Photobucket.
In our Video Bits & Bytes segment, Mark points out the Smartsound collaboration with Sony Creative Software. Derek talks about the US military's decision to block MySpace and YouTube. He also examines vpod.tv.