Stuff You Need to Know
What is CUDA? What about OpenCL and OpenGL? And why should we care? The answers to these questions are difficult to pin down —...
A RAW image frame is like a film negative — different processing can give you different results.
Let's dive in to better understand the importance of RAM and why having more is not necessarily an immediate need for most. RAM vs VRAM Random...
A video camera’s ability to reproduce a smooth gradation between colors and shades is an important factor when seeking to capture filmic images. The...
A successful DIY computer build requires only patience and attention to detail. It can be nerve-wracking to handle these delicate, expensive components, but once you know the process, it’s not too difficult.
There are various ways for a videographer to stabilize their footage. If your camera doesn’t need to move, a tripod is ideal. Where camera...
We’ve all had those moments in our lives when we are stopped in our tracks by the awe-inspiring beauty of the “now”. Magnificent morning...
Have you ever wondered how to make an interesting and compelling explainer video on a topic you're passionate about? Look no further! Whiteboard animation has dramatically increased in popularity following the explosion of shareable video platforms like Youtube, Facebook, and Instagram.
In this article, we will help you use the screen share and use a camera simultaneously on platforms like Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams and Google Hangouts.
If you carefully consider your shooting conditions, equipment and plans for post-production, you can determine whether shooting in log is right for you.
We talk all about video file formats. What are they? What aspects about them do you need to know about, and what do you do with them all?
Are you needing to make green screen content on the go? We have comprised a list of all the top green screen apps out there and will cover them all.
This week we talk about how often you should replace your gear, and when to buy new vs used.
Mike, Nicole and Chris talk about what they seeing as the big improvements in video tech that we hope to see in 2020.
Here comes another video production acronym to untangle: HLG. This one stands for Hybrid Log Gamma.
As TV screens grow bigger and brighter, the limitations of older technologies are more apparent. HDR video addresses these issues.
It’s Spring and that means it’s time for the new. Not flowers and leaves, but the new gear and upgrades on display...
If you’re new to shooting video, you may notice that fellow camera geeks like to talk a lot about “glass”. While there are a lot of things made of glass in the video world, there’s only one thing called “glass”: Your camera lens. Here's how it works to produce a useable, in-focus image.