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NewTek Rolls Out TriCaster Mini HD-4 SDI

the new model provides customers a choice between professional SDI I/O and the highly popular, ultra-portable HDMI version of TriCaster Mini allowing even more users to transform their ordinary presentations into engaging multimedia content that looks like network-style TV
Featured News, Posted 02 Sep 2015

Tutorial: Enhancing Your Titles Using Adobe Typekit with Adobe Premiere Pro

If you're already a monthly paying Creative Cloud member on a complete or single-app plan, you have access to the Adobe Typekit, a full library of fonts that you can download and sync to use with your Adobe applications. In this tutorial, I'll demonstrate how to use it with Adobe Premiere Pro.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Aug 2015

Tutorial: Enhancing GoPro Footage With Photoshop's Camera Raw Plug-in

I'm a big fan of Camera Raw because of its simple time-saving features. In this tutorial, I'll demonstrate how to enhance some GoPro footage with color and lens-distortion issues.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Aug 2015

Tutorial: How to Add a Motion Texture to a Logo in Adobe After Effects

Often as video editors, we're tasked with adding motion and life to the logos of our clients we are working with. This tutorial is going to show you a cool approach to inspire some ideas for your next project.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Aug 2015

Tutorial: iOS-to-Workstation Editing Workflow with Adobe Premiere Clip and Premiere Pro

With Adobe Premiere Clip, you can shoot your video with your iPhone or iPad, perform edits on that iDevice using Premiere Clip, then transfer the video and the project to the Creative Cloud and bring it into Adobe Premiere Pro on your workstation for finalization. Here's how.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Aug 2015

Tutorial: Creating a Fog Effect in Adobe After Effects CC 2015

This tutorial will describe a fog effect you can create to add some drama to your footage or alter the weather of your shot.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Aug 2015

Tutorial: Adjusting Your Video's Duration Using the Time Tuner in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015

With the new Time Tuner feature in Premiere Pro, Adobe now makes it easy to adjust the length of a video to fit a specific requirement by adding or removing frames at scene changes, audio passages, and during periods of low visual activity.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jul 2015

Tutorial: Minimizing Jump Cuts with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015’s Morph Cuts Transition

In some scenes, particularly those with the static background, Adobe Premiere Pro CC's new Morph Cut transition will seamlessly eliminate jump cuts from your edit, but you may have to experiment to get there. This tutorial demonstrates how. Every editor who works with interviews will find this a great new tool that will make their footage look better and possibly eliminate the need to re-shoot.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Jul 2015

Benchmarking the HP Z840 Workstation for Video, Part 3: Analysis

I perform three basic types of activities on my workstations: editing, encoding, and file analysis. With the Z840 in-house, I benchmarked performance in all three activities, comparing the results to my aging workhorse, the Z800. Part 2 presents the analysis results.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jul 2015

Choosing a Streaming Appliance

So, you've decided to buy a streaming appliance for live event production. In this article, we'll start with a high-level history of the live streaming appliance market, then identify the factors you should consider when making your buying decision.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jul 2015

Benchmarking the HP Z840 Workstation for Video, Part 2: Encoding

I perform three basic types of activities on my workstations: editing, encoding, and file analysis. With the Z840 in-house, I benchmarked performance in all three activities, comparing the results to my aging workhorse, the Z800. Part 2 presents the encoding results.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Jul 2015

Review: JVC GY-LS300 4KCAM Handheld S35mm Camcorder, Part 1: Lens Support, Functionality, and Usability

JVC is running ahead of the pack again with the GY-LS300, an affordable ($3,995), interchangeable-lens, Super35/variable-sensor area, 4K/HD camcorder that also features internal streaming capability, first model in a new product line.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jul 2015

Benchmarking the HP Z840 Workstation for Video, Part 1: Editing

I perform three basic types of activities on my workstations: editing, encoding, and file analysis. With the Z840 in-house, I benchmarked performance in all three activities, comparing the results to my aging workhorse, the Z800. This 3-part article will present the results, starting with the editing tests.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jun 2015

5 Ways to Use the Wi-Fi Functions on the Canon EOS C100 Mark II

This article looks at several ways you can use the Wi-Fi features on the Canon EOS C100 in-studio and on-location to improve your video workflow. Most or all of the ideas discussed here can be applied to any Wi-Fi-ready camera and production workflow.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Jun 2015

The Art and Technology Behind Great Timelapse Videos

Creating jaw-dropping slow-motion and timelapse effects is now easier and more affordable than ever. Here's how to speed up or slow down time like a pro.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jun 2015

Tutorial: Using the New Lumetri Color Interface in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015

The new Lumetri Color panel makes it simple to correct your footage and then creatively control the color with preset looks or your own adjustments. It's one of the best new additions in the Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 update.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jun 2015

What to Look for in Modern Streaming Hardware

Video streaming hardware has evolved significantly in recent years. With so much on the market, aimed at such a wide variety of applications, it can be difficult to determine which products and features are best suited to your particular needs. This session helps you make sense of it all by explaining each key feature and providing examples. Expect to leave knowing how and when each streaming hardware feature provides good bang for the buck.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 06 Jun 2015

How to Master Audio Mixing for Live Production and Streaming

Live audio is challenging. Unlike many of the issues that arise on the video side of the equation, none of the problems that affect audio quality—RF interference, feedback, ground loop hum, hiss, over-modulation—can be seen. All of these challenges take a knowledge and understanding of the problem to assess and fix them properly. On live productions, more often than not, the time to fix audio issues is as soon as you hear them starting to happen.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Jun 2015

Digital Juice Rolls Out Lifetime Membership Creative Content Subscription Service

Anyone can have complete access to the Digital Juice library of royalty-free animations, still graphics, stock footage, sound effects, production music, and project templates by joining as a Lifetime Member for a one-time fee of $399 for a Standard Account or a one-time fee of $599 for a Pro Account
Featured News, Posted 02 Jun 2015

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