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Featured Articles

Video Review: Collaborative Editing in the Cloud with WeVideo

WeVideo is a cloud-based NLE that allows video editors to upload media files and edit them collaboratively or individually from any computer with a viable broadband connection, for HD export and sharing to YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and Twitter. But is it powerful and versatile enough for professional editors?
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Aug 2012

The Making of a 48 Hour Film Project Winner

The 48 Hour Film Project offers filmmakers a chance at fame and glory and unleashed creativity, along with the insanity of producing a film from pre to post in two days. Scott Strimple, editor of award-winning 48HFP entries two years running, recounts what it was like putting together this year's film. In Part 2 he'll discuss the instrumental role Apple Final Cut Pro X played in editing and delivering the film with a cool 9 minutes to spare.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Aug 2012

Review: Nikon D800 DSLR, Part 2: Usability and Image Quality

In Part 1 of this two-part series on the Nikon D800, I looked at the operation and functionality of the D800 DSLR as a video camera. Now, in Part 2, I'll share some usability notes, as report the results of some audio and video tests (with test footage) comparing the D800 to another highly regarded DSLR, the Panasonic GH2--to see if a lower-priced but very capable DSLR can measure up with quality glass--and to a more traditional prosumer camcorder.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Jul 2012

Video Review: Sony Creative Software SpectraLayers Pro

Sony SpectraLayers is a dynamic new audio editing tool for Mac and Windows users that might be best described as "Photoshop for Audio," featuring the ability to isolate and edit individual layers of a mixed track using frequency analysis. In this video review, David McKnight explains how it works and what it offers post-production pros with complex audio issues to resolve.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jul 2012

Review: Sony NEX-FS700 Large-Sensor Camcorder

The Sony NEX-FS700 has much to recommend it as a top-flight large-sensor, interchangeable-lens camcorder and as a worth-the-upgrade successor to the Sony FS100. And it's 4k support and 10x slo-mo are nothing to sneeze at. But what makes it the best camera in the market for webcast producers?
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Jul 2012

Review: Nikon D800 DSLR Camera, Part 1

In this two-part series, we'll examine how well Nikon's much-heralded D800 DSLR works as a video camera, in terms of operability and functionality. In part two, we'll report on some audio and video tests comparing the D800 to another highly regarded DSLR, and to a more traditional prosumer camcorder.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Jul 2012

From Slides to Tape to Streaming: Nordwin Alberts, Moving Stills

Dutch filmmaker Nordwin Alberts has worked with a range of media in his 26 years in the professional production business, transitioning from stills and multi-projector slideshows to tape-based editing and DVD delivery. Today, streaming is the medium of choice for his industrial, promotional, and experimental films; here's a look at how his work and workflow have evolved.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Jul 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

HD Webcasting with the Sony NEX-FS100

Part 2 of this series on webcast video production focuses on Sony's NEX-FS100 large-sensor camcorder and new capabilities added via a firmware upgrade that (among other things) makes it compatible with Sony's LA-EA2 lens adapter. While it's not as strong a webcast camera as the FS700 (review coming soon), it still has much to recommend it.
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

Matching Tone to Content in Online Commercial Video

How important is setting the proper tone in corporate, commercial, and educational online video storytelling? It's paramount, says Glenn Zimmerman of Manhattan's Mad Bear Productions, in his latest instructional clip as he explains how to match the tone of your work to the message it's designed to deliver.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jun 2012

Tutorial: 3D Title Creation With NewBlue FX Titler Pro

David McKnight explores the range of features in NewBlueFX Titler Pro that allow editors to produce creative titling effects, animations, and extrusions along the 3D plane using both manual controls and a host of preset styles and templates.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Jun 2012

Tutorial: Configuring ViewCast Osprey 820e for a Live-Switched Wirecast Webcast

This tutorial describes how to install and configure ViewCast's dual-channel Osprey 820e card ($1,795 MSRP; as low as $1,400 street) into a Windows system for driving two cameras within Telestream Wirecast, and discusses the board's highly functional set of utilities and SimulStream feature, which allows it to feed audio and video streams to more than one encoding application.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jun 2012

HD Webcast Video Production: Choosing a Video Camera

This article will be the first in a series of articles on webcasting and will cover a wide range of topics including video cameras, video switchers, converters, computer inputs, audio, reference monitors, webcast hardware, webcast software, live streaming services providers, and some additional hardware that is important in order to produce a professional live webcast.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jun 2012

Is the New MacBook Pro the Ultimate Ultra-Portable Live Stream Machine?

Due to its unprecedented screen resolution, speed, and next-gen connectivity, the new next-generation MacBook Pro, announced on Monday at Apple's World Wide Developers Conference, might just be the ticket for streaming media ultraportability, for a variety of reasons.
Featured Articles, Posted 12 Jun 2012

Tutorial: Configuring Blackmagic Intensity Pro for a Live-Switched Wirecast Webcast

This is the first of a three-part tutorial on using Wirecast to mix two streams of video and other disk-based content. In this first tutorial, I'll describe how to install and configure two Blackmagic Design Intensity Pro cards into an HP Z600 for switching with Wirecast.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Jun 2012

Tutorial: Adobe Media Encoder CS6--UPDATED!

The new version of Adobe Media Encoder, included in the just-released CS6 collection as well as as a standalone product, offers significant improvements in usability and performance, as well as new features. Here's what you need to know about it.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jun 2012

WeVideo: Collaborative Video Editing in the Cloud

WeVideo's collaborative, browser-based editing platform has drawn the attention of investors and Google; here's a sneak preview of what you'll find in our full review, coming soon
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jun 2012

Mixmoov: HD Video Editing in the Cloud

Mixmoov is an entirely browser-based video editor that offers multiformat ingest and HD output, as well as collaborative features that allow multiple editors to work on the same content
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Jun 2012

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