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  • in reply to: Can you use a laptop to edit videos? #214547

    From the date that it was posted, I assumed this has been resolved already. But for the benefit of all, the simple answer is YES. There are laptops that can handle video editing software such as Adobe Premiere, Wax, Avidemux and the like. I’ve seen many good and highly recommended video editing laptops at http://www.laptoprunner.com/. Just choose the right specifications such as high RAM, high Graphics/Video card.

    in reply to: Best Cheap Headphones #214230

    These are my top 3 recommendations of best headphones and in addition, let me give you my personal reviews about them:

    1. Audio-Technica ATH-M50x ($124)
    -Sound quality. Highs are crisp, but not too bright; mids are good; bass is punchy and tight.

    2. Sony MDR7506 ($90)
    -I like the sound quality, very clear and easy to distinguish highs and lows

    3. Sennheiser HD 280 ($99)
    -These sets do loose a bit of audio detail at both ends – very low and very high. However, it is not significant enough to bother me.

    Other headphones I have tried/own are:

    Bose Quiet Comfort 2 noise-cancelling set
    Sennheiser PXC 250 noise-cancelling set

    Not sure if these sets are within your price range but I am 100% sure that all these headphones are designed for audio monitoring. If you need more info about them, I suggest you check this website: http://headphonesunboxed.com

    in reply to: NEW COMPUTER FOR AN OLD EDITOR #214081

    Hello Don!

    I assumed that you already found the computer you are looking for. Just to give you a piece of advice regarding computers that are good for editing, I recommend you to buy high end laptops. This can be handy, you can work anywhere you want. Aside from that, http://www.laptoprunner.com/best-laptop-for-video-editing/ has all choices good for video editing. Laptops that large hard drive size, best screen size and best RAM. Hope this helps you in the future.

    in reply to: video editing software recommendation? #214080

    You can use Adobe Premiere too!

    in reply to: Need some opinions #214079

    The animation is good however, it’s much better if the background was at the same resolution with your character but I don’t know. πŸ™‚

    in reply to: Sony FDR-AX33 vs Canon Hf G30 #213565

    Hello Denny85!

    I know it’s tough to decide which ever camera to get but of course you need to consider things that camera has to have. Let me ask first, where are you planning to use the camera? Is it for indoor filming? For sports or action?
    I am currently studying film making and I also experienced hard time on which camera I need to buy before. Until, I was able to decide that I should get Sony FDR AX100. It’s a bit expensive but quality wise, it is best for me. You might want to consider checking other video camera options as I found mine at http://www.camerarunner.com/best-prosumer-video-camera/. You’ll also get best tips on how to and what camera to buy. Good luck on choosing!

    in reply to: Blurry spots on the video from Sony RX100 #213564

    It could be because the subject is moving. This is usually observed when you use your camera in automatic mode in low light. When the camera switches to automatic mode, it selects a slow shutter speed to let in more light. Eventually, the images will become blurred due to either subject movement or camera shake. You can notice this effect as a double exposure.

    in reply to: I can’t decide. 70d vs Lumix G7 #213563

    I agree. You don’t need 4K to have a better quality as a youtube camera. Quality wise, 70d is still better since it’s a proven brand when it comes to cameras. It’s also great for those wanting to take a lot of high quality photos, including those shooting for a documentary, action, or home video shots. Just my 2 cents.

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