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Tutorial: Exporting for Digital Cinema with Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Media Encoder CC 2014

A key concern for any producer is to ensure that the work you produce will play back on as many platforms (online, mobile, broadcast) as possible. Until recently, delivering content in digital cinema environments was the exclusive province of high-end facilities with specialized equipment. But with the release of Adobe Media Encoder CC 2014 and its Wraptor DCP plug-in, DCP has become just another export option, putting digital cinema delivery well within the reach of any Adobe CC user. Here's how you can add it to your offerings when your clients or projects demand it.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Jun 2014

Tutorial: Live-Switched Production with the Roland VR-50HD Multi-Format AV Mixer

Shawn Lam guides readers/viewers through a simple, powerful, and versatile live-switched production and streaming workflow with Roland's VR-50HD all-in-one multi-format AV mixer.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 24 Jun 2014

Commentary: Adobe Unveils 'Big Splash' Creative Cloud Release Including New iPad Apps and Major Photoshop and After Effects Updates

New After Effects features include additional keying effects, Kuler integration, and the ability to create live text templates and to share masks with Premiere Pro; Photoshop gets more powerful Smart Objects, Improved Layer Comps and Content-Aware technology, Blur Gallery motion effects, and a Focus Mask
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jun 2014

Epiphan Device Support Now Available in Telestream Wirecast

Now Wirecast users can capture, record, and broadcast high resolution and high frame rate video signals from virtually any display source including laptop displays, tablet displays, cameras, industrial displays and medical equipment
Featured News, Posted 18 Jun 2014

Review: Adorama 3Pod V2AH Tripod

If you're looking for a tripod for tracking high-motion events and have only $150 to spend, you should check out the Adorama 3Pod V2AH.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jun 2014

How to Develop a Viable 4K Production Workflow

4K content is here today and here to stay. Content acquisition is much easier than the rest of the workflow, led by consumer devices such as the millions of 4K cell phones, 4K POV cameras, and soon 4K Interchangeable Lens cameras that will lead the way for wider professional 4K adoption. 4K screen adoption is increasing rapidly too, and this just leaves some workflow issues for editing and distribution to be solved and adopted before 4K will be viable across a wide range of video production markets.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jun 2014

Review: Epiphan DVI2USB 3.0 Frame Grabber

The Epiphan DVI2USB 3.0 provides a boon to conference videographers via a simple, small-footprint, low-cost solution for capturing a live PowerPoint or Keynote presentation to a PC or Mac as a full-frame rate, native-resolution video file. Here's a walkthrough of a functional conference presentation capture workflow using the DVI2USB 3.0.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jun 2014

Reality Check: What Does a 4K Production Workflow Require?

The time for idle speculation about 4K production has passed. 4K is here, and it's arrived in mainstream cameras at various price points with some surprisingly modest data rates. Do you need all-new, cutting-edge hardware to handle it? Probably not. Delve deeper into the specifics of your production chain, and do a little math to find out what your needs really are, and what you find might surprise you.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Jun 2014

Ozer Releases Online Training: Mastering the Adobe Media Encoder

New online training workshop helps Adobe Creative Cloud producers efficiently encode top-quality video for streaming, mobile and optical media
Featured News, Posted 28 May 2014

Canon Digital Learning Center Rolls Out New Educational Tools for XA20/XA25 Users

Canon's new educational resources include an XA25/XA20 camcorder video tutorial series and an easy-to-use Field of View Comparator tool
Featured News, Posted 27 May 2014

How to Pack and Prepare for International Video Shoots

A veteran producer of video projects on multiple continents offers tips on everything from hard-shelled equipment cases to travel restrictions to international power issues to visas to carnets for videographers who want to book international jobs, make the most of them, and escape the pitfalls that come with being un- or under-prepared.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 May 2014

NewTek Unveils Major Upgrades to Pro TriCasters

The new features--which further eliminate the need for racks of specialized equipment and multiple operators to produce video content that offers the same professional quality and look of a network-style television broadcast--are now available at no cost to current TriCaster 8000, 860, 460 and 410 model owners
Featured News, Posted 21 May 2014

Tutorial: Color Correction with Avid Media Composer

This tutorial demonstrates how to leverage Avid's powerful and efficient color correction by working in Color Correction mode, which allows you quick access to its color grading features but keeps them out of the way while you're editing.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 20 May 2014

Wired Lavaliere Head-to-Head: Can a $20 Audio Technica ATR-3350 Compete with a $200 Sony ECM-44B?

This article and accompanying (hear it for yourself) video will compare the results of capturing audio with a $20 Audio-Technica wired lavaliere mic and a $200 professional mic from Sony directly into a DSLR. Is the $200 Sony really worth the 10x cost?
Featured Articles, Posted 12 May 2014

Hands-on with the Panasonic DMC-GH4 4K DSLR

A strong contender for the most affordable 4K camera on the market today, Panasonic's DMC-GH4 adds both UltraHD and pixel-for-pixel Cinema4K to the feature set that made its GH3 predecessor great, and joins a rapidly growing Micro 4/3 marketplace.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 May 2014

Tutorial: Streaming to Wirecast and TriCaster with the Teradek StreamReader Plug-in

In this tutorial, we'll demonstrate how to use the Teradek StreamReader plug-in to stream directly to Telestream Wirecast and NewTek TriCaster.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 06 May 2014

First Look: Blackmagic Studio Camera

Company offers two models of innovative, if fragile, studio camera
Featured Articles, Posted 02 May 2014

Almost Live with Streaming Media: vMix 4K and vMix Social

vMix developer Martin Sinclair discusses the latest developments with the live production software application, including vMix 4K and vMix Social, and offers users some device about choosing the proper hardware to ensure smooth and efficient operation.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Apr 2014

Almost Live with Streaming Media: Roland Systems VR-50HD All-in-One A/V Mixer

Shawn Lam and Roland's Doug Schouten discuss key features of Roland's VR-50HD an audio/video mixer/switcher with a multi-viewer touchscreen and integrated USB 3.0 output for live streaming.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Apr 2014

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