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Featured Articles

The NAB Interviews With Shawn Lam: The Matrox MC-100 Mini Converter

In Episode 2, Shawn discusses the MC100, the new SDI-to-HDMI mini converter from Matrox Video with Matrox product manager Charles Amyot.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Apr 2012

Tutorial: Creating and Editing Multicam Sequences in Final Cut Pro X

When Apple originally released Final Cut Pro 10, the biggest deficit for Pro users was the lack of multicam. With the 10.0.3 release, Apple has addressed this with a highly functional and easy-to-use multicam feature, which Jan Ozer explains in this tutorial.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Apr 2012

Live From J Street, Part 3: Monitoring Webcast Audio

In this final segment of this series on the JStreet Making History convention webcast, we'll examine one aspect of webcast production that too often gets ignored: monitoring and controlling audio volume, which becomes a complex issue as speakers change, audio techs and shooters adjust their own levels, and the webcaster is left to make sure the signal sent over the web remains audible and consistent.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Apr 2012

The NAB Interviews With Shawn Lam: The Sony NEX-FS700

An in-depth interview on Sony's new 4K-capable large-sensor camcorder that generated tremendous buzz at NAB 2012 in Las Vegas this week.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Apr 2012

4K Sets its Sights on Mainstream

As Canon adds the $30k C500 to its Cinema EOS line and the $15k EOS-1D C to its DSLR offerings, and Sony unveils the $10k NEX-FS700—a 4k-capable stablemate to the FS100—4k edges into the realm of broadcast and indie film budgets and the reach of a wider range of commercial production pros
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Apr 2012

Adobe Prelude: A Symphony of Pre-Event Options

Adobe's ingest and simple transcoding tool won't rid you of the task of logging, but for those who are staying within an Adobe-only environment, the features of Prelude will make your editing, compositing, or even live-production clip-creation workflows quite a bit easier.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Apr 2012

Blackmagic Brings Apple-Inspired Design to High-End Camera

Blackmagic makes NAB 2012 headlines announcing the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, which captures resolutions of 2.5K in a revolutionary design that will cost an astonishing $2,995.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Apr 2012

Review: The HP Z1 as a Webcaster's Workstation

HP's Z1 is the first all-in-one computer with workstation components and field serviceability. Here, encoding expert Jan Ozer takes a look at how this workstation-class portable PC fared in a live production and webcast environment, with testing emphasis in 3 areas: rendering, streaming encoding, and live encoding.
Featured Articles, Posted 11 Apr 2012

Live from J Street, Part 2: Framing Tips for Conference Shooters and Webcasters

Jan Ozer passes on several key tips on framing panels and applying the rule of thirds (and when to break it) gleaned from his recent gig webcasting the national J Street conference on Israeli-Palestinian relations.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Apr 2012

Tutorial: GPU-Assisted Multicam Editing and Encoding in Sony Vegas

Sony Vegas instructor David McKnight continues his video tutorial series with a look at Vegas' new GPU Assist feature, which enables Vegas editors to leverage the processing power of supported NVIDIA and AMD video cards to get full-frame previews of loaded timelines and accelerate rendering with many popular codecs.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Apr 2012

Live from J Street, Part 1: Webcasting the National J Street Conference

During a 3-day gig as webcaster for J Street's Making History conference on Israeli-Palestinian relations, Jan Ozer learned a lot about the challenges of streaming events where you don't control critical factors like the set background and lighting. In part 1 of 3 on this project, Jan details the planning process and streaming setup.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Mar 2012

Film School: Producing School Promo Videos

St. Louis-area studio Gebbs.TV has created a renewable revenue stream and a powerful body of work producing promo videos for area schools that live on the schools' websites and serve as recruiting films and video mission statements.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Mar 2012

Marrying Video and Animation in Commercial Video

Mad Bear Productions' Glenn Zimmerman describes how to make video and animation work together in commercial production by playing to each medium's respective strengths.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Mar 2012

Producing a Live Concert Webcast with the Next Computer Radius and the Roland VR-3

Video production and encoding expert Jan Ozer describes the workflow and challenges of a Livestream webcast he produced for marimba player Larissa Venzie using the Roland VR-3 and Next Computer's Radius portable workstation.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Mar 2012

Producing Corporate Identity Videos Part 3: Directing and Editing

In this final chapter of our 3-part series on Corporate Identity Videos, we'll go on set and into the editing bay with producers Rochelle Morris of Preface Films, Keith Kelly of Innovative Communications, Ryan Koral of Tell, and Dave Williams of Media Wave. Some of the clips they share here are of their own corporate identity videos.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Mar 2012

Tutorial: Great Grouping--Sync Links in Vegas Pro 11

Sync Linking is a cool new feature in Sony Vegas Pro 11 that allows you to group clips of events and move and control them in the timeline with a single Master clip, while still being able to fine-tune subordinate clips within the group.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Mar 2012

Concept to Script to Shoot: Producing Corporate Identity Videos, Part 2

To storyboard or not to storyboard? Should the story drive the interviews or vice versa? At what point in a corporate project do you set video length and budget? These questions and more are discussed in Part 2 of our Producing Corporate Identity Videos series.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2012

Review: Roland VR-3 All-In-One A/V Mixer—UPDATED!

If you're in the market for an all-in-one video mixer for webcasting 4:3 NTSC video, Roland's compact new VR-3 fits the bill nicely. If you need widescreen video output, you may need to add some steps to your workflow when you pair NTSC widescreen video with many of the popular streaming services.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Mar 2012

Animating Effects with Per-Parameter Keyframes in Sony Vegas Pro 11

In this tutorial you'll learn how to make the most of Vegas's new by-parameter keyframing capabilities for effects plug-ins that ship with Vegas Pro 11 using the new Sony Text & Titles plug-in as an example.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Mar 2012

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