Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic - the fundamentals of American Education - gets a new boost with video. Whether they are teaching how to make video stories, or teaching using video as a tool, educators are embracing this visual technology - and kids are responding.
What makes great video? Simply put - great audio! As a videographer you can have great shooting and editing skills but if the audio stinks so will the video. Here, we'll look at how to choose the best audio equipment to keep your viewers begging for more.
This is a brand new approach to editing video that provides a fun and fast experience to editors of all levels. Those who find it appealing will find it makes post-production work faster, easier, and fun.
Recording to tape or film had stock limitations, but with today's possibilities of unlimited storage many producers are now grappling with thoughts of whether to keep a tight shooting ratio, or over-shoot and deal with the excess later.
You read a lot about video editing in this column, and we write about the many different kinds of video editing software for beginner to pro. But what is it like using the free video editing software that came with your computer?
If you discovered someone you never met was profiting off the video clips you carefully shot, edited, and lovingly protected, would you feel cheated? Just because anyone can access the Internet for free doesn't mean they can claim ownership to photos, video, music or other material online.