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JVC F.A.S.T. Track Tour to Feature Streaming Media's Jan Ozer

Multi-city tour offers series of presentations to promote the live HD streaming capabilities built into its camcorders and related products, as well as to provide information about streaming technology for video professionals
Featured News, Posted 19 Aug 2014

Review: eMotimo TB3 Programmable Pan-Tilt Head with Rhino Rails

Here we test eMotimo's TB3 3-axis motion control camera robot with the Rhino slider system for its usability, versatility, and reliability for live production.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Aug 2014

LED Fresnels: Two Takes on Design

For location lighting, moving around a lot, and travel, the Fiilex LED kits offer amazing capability and flexibility in a small and light package. Designed for use as a fixed solution, for a small sound stage, or grip truck, the Gus 41 makes a perfect solution. It is very wide and soft or small and focused as needed.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Aug 2014

How to Produce Professional Aerial Video, Part 2: Choosing a Gimbal and Capturing Stable, Usable Shots

In Part 2 of our 3 part series on mastering aerial video, we'll explore the challenges of choosing and assembling a gimbal system--ranging from DIY options to fully assembled kits--to ensure smooth and successful flight operation and capture stable, usable, professional-quality aerial shots, and also look at monitoring approaches and options.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Aug 2014

Atomos Intros Open HDMI Standard for Video Pros

With new standard, users can connect using HDMI and automatically trigger functions on external devices from the camera itself, just as they have for years with SDI
Featured News, Posted 05 Aug 2014

Drobo Mini with SSD Drives Debuts

The Drobo Mini is the first portable, rugged and expandable SSD solution ideal for filmmakers, photographers and creative professionals who need to capture and protect data while on location, and safely transport footage and photos back to the studio for post-production
Featured News, Posted 04 Aug 2014

Sonnet Ships xMac Pro Server

The xMac Pro Server securely mounts the computer horizontally inside a specially designed 4U modular enclosure, connects three PCIe 2.0 slots via Thunderbolt 2 technology, and provides space to install additional equipment in two 5.25-inch mobile rack bays
Featured News, Posted 04 Aug 2014

Blackmagic Design Announces Free ATEM Switchers Update 6.0 with New Camera Control Support

ith the new ATEM Camera Control software update, ATEM live production switchers can now control cameras via a new open standard protocol sent to the camera via the return program feed
Featured News, Posted 04 Aug 2014

1Beyond Unveils StreamCam AutoTracker Camera

Designed for lecture capture/streaming, the StreamCam is a zero-setup, automatic tracking camera that will automatically focus, pan, tilt, and zoom to follow a presenter
Featured News, Posted 04 Aug 2014

Tutorial: Creating a Lens Flare in Adobe After Effects

This tutorial will show you a quick way to create an animated lens flare effect that can enhance your transitions, lower-thirds, and more using Adobe After Effects CC 2014.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Aug 2014

Sony a7S Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera, Part 2: Adapting Lenses to the E-Mount

Now that we have covered some of the important characteristics of lenses from a videographer's perspective, we'll discuss several of the lens-and-adapter combinations for E-Mount cameras, like the Sony a7S, that are also relevant for the Sony FS100 and FS700/R.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Aug 2014

Review: Peak Design Capture PRO Auto-Latching Camera Plate System

The Peak Design Capture PRO system is great for "hybrid" shooters tasked with covering events where you need to have your camera at the ready at all times, such as walking around covering everything that happens at a large event, but still need to be able to quickly put it on the tripod for a speech or talking head.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Jul 2014

Review: Canon XF205 Professional Camcorder

The Canon XF205 pro camcorder resembles the acclaimed XA25 consumer model introduced last year in several respects, but adds welcome features such as individual rings for iris, zoom, and focus; 2 additional channels of internal microphone recording; 1080/30P HD-SDI output in the XF205, and more. As such, the XF205 comes highly recommended as a camcorder well-suited to webcasting workflows.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Jul 2014

Freefly Rolls Out New MoVI Controller for Aerial Video and Photo

The MoVI Controller is purpose built to provide for a true two-user MoVI stabilizer setup by letting a second operator control pan, tilt, roll, focus, iris, and zoom of a MoVI-mounted camera while the first operator holds the system
Featured News, Posted 23 Jul 2014

Tutorial: Giving Your Text a 3D Look

This tutorial explores how to add another dimension to your text and titles using some basic 3D capabilities in Adobe After Effects.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Jul 2014

Tutorial: Mixing, Switching, and Streaming Live with the Roland VR-3EX All-in-One A/V Mixer

In this tutorial we'll explore the robust audio and video mixing, switching, and live-delivery feature set of Roland's versatile next-generation 4-input VR-3EX, HDMI-capable A/V mixer.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 17 Jul 2014

What's New in Sony Vegas Pro 13?

A quick look at the latest new features in Sony Vegas Pro 13, including the Vegas Pro Connect iPad app, a proxy-first workflow for mobile and 4K editors, and true, four-range loudness meters.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jul 2014

Setla Films Illuminates Patient Care Procedures On Location with Sony F5s and Zylight F8 LED Fresnels

The 5600K Zylight fresnels have been particularly effective while shooting scenes in the ER, where the installed fluorescent lighting adds a green tint to skin tones
Featured News, Posted 01 Jul 2014

Flight Plan: How to Produce Professional Aerial Video, Part 1

Surging in popularity thanks to affordable, unmanned multirotor copters comfortably paired with cameras ranging from GoPros to DSLRs to REDs, aerial cinema is proving as effective a pro video tool as it is a cool hobby. But regardless of what "ready to fly" advocates tell you, there's no shortcut to aerial cinema coolness. This 3-part series will provide an essential primer in the technologies, tools, techniques, legal and practical concerns, and hidden challenges you'll face in aerial cinema as you prepare for takeoff.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jun 2014

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