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Philip Hinkle
Owner, Frogman Productions

Philip Hinkle (philip at frogmanproductions.com) runs Frogman Productions, an award-winning event and corporate videography studio in Southeastern Wisconsin. Philip is a sought-after instructor for Grass Valley EDIUS nonlinear editing platform who has done training sessions and workshops around the U.S.

Articles By Philip Hinkle

Review: proDAD ReSpeedr

proDad's latest release is a standalone application called ReSpeedr, which the company touts as "the Ultimate Super Slow-Motion & Time-Lapse Video Producer"; here we check out ReSpeedr's usability and test its image quality compared to that available natively in an NLE on moderately and extremely slowed-down clips.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jan 2014

Review: proDAD ProDRENALIN

proDAD ProDRENALIN is a standalone application specifically designed to address issues that producers face when they shoot POV and aerial footage with cameras like the GoPro HERO--specifically, stabilization issues and the fisheye look. Here's a look at how the new app fared with some challenging aerial footage shot with a typically shaky tricopter.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2013

Review: proDAD Defishr

With the popularity of POV cameras like the GoPro, a lot of shooters are producing extreme wide-angle footage with a pronounced (and usually unintended) fisheye look. proDAD's just-released Defishr application provides an ingenious fisheye fix.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Dec 2012

Tutorial: proDAD Heroglyph V4 PRO

In this new video tutorial, award-winning videographer and longtime video editing instructor Philip Hinkle provides an in-depth look at key new features proDAD's latest release, Heroglyph V4, a robust solution for video producers looking to produce creative and attention-grabbing titles, trailers, and video walls.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jul 2012

Tutorial: Mastering Dual-System Audio for DSLR Production

DSLRs produce cinematic-looking video that exceeds the capabilities of most video cameras, but they lack the professional audio connections and controls that come standard on traditional pro camcorders. Which means anyone shooting pro video with DSLRs needs to develop workarounds. Here are some tips on getting great audio on a budget with a DSLR production workflow.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jun 2012

Sneak Peek: Grass Valley EDIUS 6.5

Highlights of Grass Valley's forthcoming 6.5 upgrade to the EDIUS NLE (coming in June) for pro event and corporate video producers include improved a native stabilization utility, Alpha channel support, 10-bit effects and filters, and several enhancements to the Layouter including a drop shadow function and new options for selecting a scaler.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 May 2012

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