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Featured Articles

Review: Rosco LitePad Loop Ringlight

Rosco's LitePad Loop, a new ringlight system designed specifically for DLSR producers, projects a soft, even light that's easy on the eyes. Despite some inherent challenges for operators of small DSLRs like my Panasonic GH2, I found it well worth the effort.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 Jan 2013

From the Wrestling Ring to the Superdome: Streaming Live Sports with D2 Productions

How D2 Productions carved out a niche in the sports event video live production and streaming market by capitalizing on flexibility and mobility
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Jan 2013

Tutorial: Bundling Destinations for Multiple Exports in Apple Final Cut Pro X

One of the most convenient new features in Final Cut Pro 10.0.6 is the ability to quickly and easily export to a single destination, or a bundle of destinations, that contain multiple outputs. In this tutorial, you learn how to create a single destination and a bundle of destinations.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jan 2013

Review: JVC GY-HM600U ProHD Camera

JVC's new GY-HM600U ProHD camera incorporates very high-quality components, has a range of useful features, and in my tests captured very sharp video. If you're in the market for a sub $5,000 camcorder, the HM600U should be on your shortlist.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jan 2013

Review: GoPro HD Hero3 Black Edition with Streaming via WiFi

The GoPro Hero3 Black Edition has a number of standout features, which have set the bar even higher for tiny HD video and still cameras, but the focus of this review will be not just the top-of-the-line new model's range of great features, but the ability to stream video live from the camera via a WiFi connection to a tablet or Smartphone.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jan 2013

Tutorial: NewBlueFX Video Essentials VI

A new year, a new and inviting collection of video utilities from NewBlueFX, one of the leading players in the video plug-in game. In this article, we'll look at their sixth volume of plug-ins billed as "essential." Are they? Read on to find out.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jan 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: Creating a Two-Camera Interview from a One-Camera Shoot

One-on-one interviews shot with two cameras pack a lot more punch than single-camera interviews, simply because they allow you to cut from two-shots of both participants to one-shots focused on the interviewee without distracting and unprofessional-looking zooms. So, how do you get that two-camera look when you've only got one camera available? This tutorial explains how, using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 for the edit.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Dec 2012

What's New in Sony Vegas Pro 12?

Vegas Pro 12, the new version of Sony's flagship NLE that debuted a few weeks ago, boasts several new features for online video production pros including simplified color matching, advanced mask creation and manipulation, and increased 64-bit support, while shipping as part of a new suite that includes Sound Forge Pro 10 and the HitFilm 2 Ultimate effects package.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Dec 2012

Review: Adorama Flashpoint LED Lights

With only 250 incandescent or daylight-balanced lights, the Adorama Flashpoint 500C feels like a niche product suitable primarily for producers who need to support both incandescent and daylight-balanced light in single light. Given the improved mounting options and fit and finish, Jan Ozer reports that he'd buy it in a heartbeat if it offered all daylight-balanced bulbs.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Dec 2012

Review: Blackmagic Design ATEM Television Studio

The ATEM Television Studio is a software-driven video and audio mixer that, for less than $1000 (US), allows you to mix up to six cameras down into a single output program feed, live. You can also add keys, masks, and titles, and it features a built-in H.264 encoder that puts this little stick of tricks firmly on the webcaster's radar.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Dec 2012

Tutorial: Vislink LiveGear Airstream Cellular iNG Transmitter

If you're in the market for a portable video encoder/transmitter, you should consider the LiveGear Airstream from Vislink. It's mobile and easy to use, and it employs predictive forward error correction and adaptive bitrate H.264 encoding to reliably deliver top-quality video over broadband cellular networks.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Dec 2012

Story of a Rock: Creating Compelling Video Storytelling from Static Subjects

What if you're hired to tell the story of a rock--or something equally unexciting and un-visual? Mad Bear Productions' Glenn Zimmerman explains how to make visual storytelling from the most unlikely material, and construct a story that speaks to your intended audience.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Dec 2012

Interview: Adobe Director of Video Project Management Bill Roberts

Jan Ozer sits down with Bill Roberts to discuss the trends impacting the future direction of Adobe Creative Suite for video pros, including the decline of 3D, the rise of 4K, and second-screen viewing. Other topics included the growth of Creative Cloud, and the development arc of Apple Final Cut Pro X.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Dec 2012

Review: NewTek TriCaster 40

With the TriCaster 40, NewTek's newest compact video switcher and live production box, NewTek goes retro and down-market but still delivers a capable solution at a price $20k (or more) below other models in the TriCaster line. And that, in itself, should be cause for rejoicing.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Nov 2012

Sony NEX-EA50 vs. Sony NEX-FS100 (and the Parfocal 3x+ Zoom Challenge)

Shawn Lam compares key models in Sony's large-sensor camcorder line--the new shouldermount NEX-EA50, and the comparatively venerable handheld FS100 and FS700--with an eye to light sensitivity, image quality, and effectiveness with power zoom lenses, and reports on his epic, ongoing search for a viable parfocal 3x+ servo zoom lens.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Nov 2012

Review: Logitech Broadcaster

You can use Logitech Broadcaster ($199) to record video on your iOS device or Mac, or to serve as a webcam for Skype, FaceTime, Livestream ProCaster, or Telestream Wirecast, or broadcast directly to Ustream. This review will focus primarily on using the unit to connect to Ustream.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Nov 2012

Tutorial: Removing Video Noise with the Neat Video Plug-in

In this tutorial, Jan Ozer demonstrates how you can use the Neat Video plug-in to remove noise from video, improving output quality for all outputs.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Nov 2012

Choosing HD Video Switchers for Webcasting--UPDATED!

This article is the fourth in a series on webcast video production and discusses video switchers, including the cost and features that differentiate several popular models.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Nov 2012

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