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Maximizing Your 4K Editing Efficiency

If you improve your editing efficiencies and leverage the strengths of your existing system, editing 4K camera-original footage on a modestly equipped $1,000 PC should prove more than manageable.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Mar 2015

Tutorial: Synchronizing Layer Animations Using Parenting in Adobe After Effects CC 2014

This tutorial demonstrates a versatile and flexible technique that will match animations between layers you choose to connect to enhance, simplify, and accelerate your animation process.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Feb 2015

HD Camcorders for Webcasting

The requirements of a professional video camera for live-switching and webcasting can be different than in other markets, but ultimately I am looking for a video camera that both outperforms other camcorders in its class and costs less than you would expect it to.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Feb 2015

Tutorial: Creating a Moving Timelapse Effect in Adobe After Effects CC

This tutorial will demonstrate an advanced method of adding a slider or jib effect to timelapse footage in Adobe After Effects CC 2014.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Feb 2015

Review: Pro Sound Effects Hybrid Library

Many of us have production-related applications that come with some loops and effects built-in, but when it comes to variety, nothing compares to a dedicated SFX library. New York-based Pro Sound Effects offers the Hybrid Library for your consideration as a next-level SFX package.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Feb 2015

How to Develop In-House Video Competency, Part 5: In-House vs. Outsourcing

This final installment of our 5-part series on in-house video is focused on outsourcing. What functions or roles should you consider to outsource to vendors after you bring much of your video competency and production in-house?
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Feb 2015

Streamline Your Portable Streaming System, Part 3: Switchers, Streaming Appliances, and Portable Encoders

In this article I'm going to highlight some of the latest gear you can use to put together a portable streaming solution. With this equipment you can quickly and easily transport your kit from one shoot to another and use it to deliver solid, high-quality streams for small and medium-sized events.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Feb 2015

How to Develop In-House Video Competency, Part 4: Content, Marketing, and Engagement

In this 4th segment of our series on developing in-house video competency we'll look at content production and strategic issues surrounding it: How much content should could you be creating and what types?
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Feb 2015

Streamline Your Portable Streaming System, Part 2: Cameras

In this article I'm going to highlight some of the latest gear you can use to put together a portable streaming solution. With this equipment you can quickly and easily transport your kit from one shoot to another and use it to deliver solid, high-quality streams for small and medium-sized events.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jan 2015

How to Develop In-House Video Competency, Part 3: Cloud-Based Video Content Management

In this segment of our 5-part series on best practices for in-house video operations, we'll focus on cloud-based technologies for multi-point content creation and distribution.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jan 2015

Review: Compact, Cost-Effective Media Wrangling Tools

In this article, I'll take a look at three cost-effective and compact mobile media wrangling tools on the market today: the RAVpower RP-WD01 portable media device, as well as the WinBook TW800 and WinBook TW100, which are Windows 8 tablets featuring a full-size USB 3.0 port on the edge.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Jan 2015

Streamline Your Portable Streaming System, Part 1: Streaming Software, Capture Cards, and Signal Converters

In this article I'm going to highlight some of the latest gear you can use to put together a portable streaming solution. With this equipment you can quickly and easily transport your kit from one shoot to another and use it to deliver solid, high-quality streams for small and medium-sized events.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jan 2015

How to Develop In-House Video Competency, Part 2: Staffing and Investment

In this second segment of our 5-part series on best practices for developing an in-house video operation at your organization, we'll look at staffing needs and the level of investment you should anticipate as you build your video program.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jan 2015

How to Develop In-House Video Competency, Part 1: Studio Setup

In this five-part series, we'll examine all the elements you need to consider when developing an in-house video competency at your business or organization, beginning with studio setup in Part 1, then moving on to staffing, investment, gearing up,, content and marketing strategy, and concluding with the elements of a video publishing program that you should continue to outsource.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2015

Gearing Up for 4K Production, Part 3: Storage, Throughput, Switching, and Delivery

Two big issues that concern almost everyone making the jump to 4K and UltraHD are throughput and storage. How are you going to manage and transfer all those additional bits?
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2015

Developing an Online Video Marketing Strategy, Part 3: Distribution and Analytics

In this third installment of our series on online video marketing strategy, we'll begin with a discussion of the various distribution platforms you should consider when marketing your online videos, and also cover how to use metrics and analytics top refine your strategy going forward.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jan 2015

Review: Adobe Premiere Clip

Premiere Clip, Adobe's new iOS editing app, is a simple cut/trim editor, not a full-blown editing app. How useful is it for pro editors who need to do mobile editing on-the-go?
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Jan 2015

Tutorial: Capturing and Streaming Live Presentations with the Epiphan Pearl

Epiphan Pearl ($4,875 list) is a small, dual-input, touchscreen-driven video recording and streaming device for lecture or presentation capture. This tutorial details how to stream and capture a presentation with Pearl.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jan 2015

Gearing Up for 4K Production, Part 2: Cameras and Lenses

In part 2 of our 3-part series on gearing up for 4K live production, we'll explore the cameras and lenses available today for professional 4K production.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Dec 2014

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