- Susan Wed, 10/21/2015 - 8:00am
Enter into every production with a clear idea of your viewers’ role, then shoot and edit in a way that best communicates your message to that viewer.
- Susan Mon, 10/19/2015 - 8:00am
From vertical video, to shaky handheld footage, your precious memories can be sabotaged by a lot of variables. Don’t let audio be one of them.
- Susan Wed, 10/14/2015 - 8:32am
Lens adapters are an inexpensive way to get lots of older inexpensive lenses to work on your modern video camera. Dollar for dollar, they can be one of the best investments in getting some WOW footage.
- Susan Fri, 10/09/2015 - 3:07pm
The Magic of Making Movies really isn’t as “magical” as those outside of the industry believe. It is, in fact, a lot of hard work. The good news is that a lot of people are involved in the production of a movie and therefore, the heavy lifting is shared.
A properly mixed audio track keeps your viewer focused on the audio you want them to hear. The job of the mix is to clear the mud and clutter to achieve balance.
Editing allows for more control and can be used to remove unwanted audio or sweeten up sounds that need a little something more.
ADR is used to improve your final product through dialogue performances recorded in post-production. Learn how to use ADR to take your video to the next level.
It’s important to understand how compressors and limiters work to control the dynamic range of you audio. Use these to for a polished final project.
When it comes to sound effects, there are several different approaches. We'll cover the 4 principal sound effect types: foley, hard effects, backgrounds and sound design.
Signal processing effects like a phaser, flanger, delay and echo are some of the most impactful ways to manipulate your audio. We'll cover their concepts and uses.