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      Videoguys Tips for Shooting Family/Home/holiday Video
      If you’re like me, you shoot tons of video of your family. I’ve got hours and hours of videotape of my kids. Over the past 10 years I’ve learned a thing or two about getting the best possible footage. No matter how cool your NLE system is and how many awesome special effects you can add, the bottom line is this: The video is only as good as the video you shoot.

      Now includes Videoguys HD Shooting Tips
      This past year I purchased a Canon HV20 HD camcorder for myself. I absolutely love this camcorder. The HDV footage is spectacular. With the HDMI output I can plug it right into my Sharp Aquos 1080p HD LCD TV and immediately view the footage in all its HD glory. When it comes time to edit I just attach the camcorder to my NLE computer via FireWire, capture the HDV footage and then start editing. Adobe Premiere, Apple Final Cut Pro, Avid Xpress, Avid Liquid, Grass Valley Edius, and Sony Vegas all do a fantastic job with my footage.

      One of the most important things I’ve learned over the past year is to modify the way I shoot to take full advantage of the HD technology. Here are a few of my most important tips.

      Click here for Videoguys Tips for Shooting Family/Home/Holiday Video now including our new HD Shooting Tips!

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