With just a few basic facts about camera filters you will be on your way to being a pro. Filters are all about experimentation through trial and error.
Here are some tips on choosing lights because that's where all the action is and that's where you spend lots of money.
Codec. It is a term that sometimes strikes fear into even the most experienced of video editors.
Learn how to use your digital video camera to zoom in on new worlds. With a simple twist of the lens barrel on your camera.
Roxio Creator 2010 is a powerful, easy to use, suite of digital media applications suitable for everyone from novice users to enthusiasts.
Combined with its ease of use, powerful features, and a number of advanced enhancements Pinnacle's Studio 14 Ultimate Collection is an ideal choice for the budget minded beginner as well as the serious enthusiast.
Last issue we talked about the powers of the slo-mo effect. This month we'll talk about using the wonders of manipulating time, with time lapse video.
A well-balanced camcorder that shines bright with professional features and high-bitrate AVCHD recording to SD media.
Will the cellphone+Mp3 player+Camera+Camcorder combination hand held devices harm the market for stand alone camcorders?
The DN-400 is a video recorder capable of creating DV and HDV videos from both analog and digital sources.
Digidesign's upgraded Mbox series is a nice hearty platform for the audio editor looking to go pro but requires additional components to work best.
An overview of video and photography light reflectors and their uses in both indoor and outdoor video production.
Ever wonder about the Hollywood magic to making the dialog you hear onscreen come out crystal clear? They use a little trick called ADR.
A guide to becoming successful in the wedding video business written by those in the trenches. Part of a series on how to make money making video.
Video creation is sometimes a singular business, but video producers are a social lot. Our curiosity about our readers has inspired us to create this column to introduce you to your fellow video producers.
HDMI, Component, composite. RCA, BNC, XLR A primer on connector video cable types and the differences between them.