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Tutorial: Making the Right Audio Connections for Live and Corporate Video

In this article we'll walk through the process of connecting a camcorder to an external microphone or soundboard for optimum, clean, balanced audio capture--critical skills for any videographer or online video producer doing corporate video or live events.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Apr 2013

Tutorial: Advanced Editing Techniques in Apple FCP X

This tutorial explores advanced editing techniques in FCP X including back-timing your edits, replacing edits and auditioning, top-and-tail editing, extend edits, trim-to-selection edits, keyboard trimming, and the Precision Editor.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Apr 2013

Review: Reflecmedia ChromaFlex for Easy Keying

An in-depth look at a portable Reflecmedia chromakey kit that combines a retro-reflective screen with a green-blue ringlight for versatile, quick-and-easy, reliable greenscreen setup and keying.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Mar 2013

Matrox Announces Avio F125 Fiber-Optic KVM Extender

Avio F125 separates dual HD video, keyboard, mouse, stereo analog audio and USB 2.0 devices from a workstation
Featured News, Posted 13 Mar 2013

Tutorial: How to Edit in Final Cut Pro X’s Magnetic Timeline

The magnetic timeline is one of the major revolutionary changes in Apple Final Cut Pro X, and one of the areas editors struggle with when they're coming from track-based NLEs. In this tutorial we'll break it down and show you how to make it work for you.
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Mar 2013

Kappa Studios Accelerates Post-Production for Annoying Orange with All-Adobe Workflow

Kappa Studios switches from Avid to an all-Adobe workflow for the production of Cartoon Network's new hit show Annoying Orange.
Sponsored Articles, Posted 22 Feb 2013

RE:Vision Effects Reveals RE:Match Pro Automatic Multicam Color-Matching Tool

RE:Match is a set of plug-ins to match one view of video or film to another so that it looks as if it was shot with the same camera and settings
Featured News, Posted 21 Feb 2013

FxFactory Sweetens Subtitling With SUGARfx

SUGARfx Subtitles allows users to add permanent subtitles to their finished movies in Final Cut Pro®, Motion, Adobe® Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects
Featured News, Posted 21 Feb 2013

Tutorial: Keyword Tagging in Apple Final Cut Pro X

In this first installment of our new tutorial series, Glen Elliott demystifies Final Cut Pro X, illustrates its core functions, and focuses on one of the most powerful new features for organizing, accelerating, and streamlining your edits: metadata keyword tagging.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Feb 2013

Crispy Duck Leverages AFrame's Cloud Video Technology to Debut Harper’s BAZAAR's "The Look" Season 2

Through the use of Aframe, the program achieves the lush production values that reinforce the magazine's luxury positioning with speed and ease and at a budget not typically associated with cross-continent productions.
Featured News, Posted 13 Feb 2013

Streamline Your Production Pipeline

Want to produce great shows on-time and on-budget? Re-evaluate your production pipeline to break up time-consuming tasks.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Feb 2013

Tutorial: Reducing Background Noise and Removing Pops and Clicks in Final Cut Pro X

Background noise and pops and clicks in audio are an unfortunate fact of life for many productions. In this tutorial we'll explore some fixes you can try in Final Cut Pro X.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Feb 2013

Streaming Media Europe 2013 Call for Speakers Open Through February 28

Top-level networking conference and information exchange for the innovators and decision-makers of the industry looking for expert speakers on encoding and transcoding; formats, protocols, and standards; event webcasting; online video delivery infrastructure, and more
Featured News, Posted 12 Feb 2013

Grass Valley Unveils GV Stratus Nonlinear Production Solution With Enhanced Worfklow Efficiency

New release includes powerful new tools to increase workflow efficiency through automated, rules-based file operations, and sets a new standard in proxy editing workflows with the introduction of the EDIUS® XS non-linear low resolution proxy editor
Featured News, Posted 04 Feb 2013

Tutorial: Removing Pops and Clicks and Background Noise in Adobe Audition CS6

Two types of noises degrade the audio you shoot with your video: random noises like microphone clicks and pops, and consistent noises like white noise or air conditioning hum. This tutorial demonstrates how to remove both of them in Adobe Audition CS6.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Feb 2013

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

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

German MDR Madgeburg Broadcast Center Deploys Grass Valley LDX Series Cams

MCS ordered the seven LDX Première systems to replace its existing SD cameras. Key elements for MCS were the LDX's new, in-house developed, Xensium-FT imager — which offers stunning images combined with exceptionally high sensitivity and low noise performance — and 3G Triax Transmission which will support MCS's existing infrastructure
Featured News, Posted 21 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

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