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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

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

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

650+ New Tracks Added to Black Toast Production Music Library

Available to search, listen and download, the 650 new Black Toast Music entries comprise a diverse cross-section of musical styles and genres. For Dashbox, CND Netmix and Soundminer users; new material is also available on those servers as well.
Featured News, Posted 30 May 2012

OConnor Intros 60L Carbon Fiber Tripod for Large-Camera Producers

Ideally suited for the OConnor Ultimate 2065 and 2575D 150mm ball-based fluid heads, the 60L combines the benefits of new-age materials with precision engineering to provide a support system that is lighter weight with quick setup features, yet is solid enough to carry large film and digital camera configurations
Featured News, Posted 30 May 2012

Interview: Flipping the Webinar with KnowledgeVision's Michael Kolowich

On the Red Carpet at Streaming Media East, Streaming Media Producer editor Steve Nathans-Kelly interviews Michael Kolowich, CEO of KnowledgeVision Systems, about a new approach to webinars--known variously as "flipped" or "instant"--that delivers a traditional webinar's video presentation component to attendees on-demand, as soon as they sign up, and then devotes the entire live webinar session to interactive Q & A.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 May 2012

Tutorial: Streamlining Video Encoding in Sony Vegas Pro

In this fifth tutorial in our six-part series on Sony Vegas Pro 11, we're going to talk about the Render dialog box. Every project you work on, whether it's delivered on the web, or even on DVD or Blu-ray Disc, has to go through a rendering stage, so you'll find yourself getting quite familiar with it as you do more project. In Vegas Pro 11, Sony has added some new features to the Render dialog, and they've totally revamped the way that it works.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 May 2012

Producing a 'Life-Changing' Conference Promo Film

Award-winning event filmmakers David Robin and Ray Roman team up to produce the official WPPI 2012 promo film, "Change Your Life"
Featured Articles, Posted 23 May 2012

Transitioning from Tape to Transcoding

An interview with an old-school editor and modern-day RED shooter and streaming producer who is always learning, always mentoring
Featured Articles, Posted 23 May 2012

KnowledgeVision 2.0 Debuts at Streaming Media East with Advanced Online Presentation Analytics

KnowledgeVision 2.0 includes an updated version of KVStudio, its powerful online presentation creation tool; KVCentral, a new browser-based console for publishing and tracking online presentations in content marketing and e-learning applications; and PresentationCloud, an online space for sharing and tracking presentations.
Featured News, Posted 15 May 2012

Sneak Peek: Grass Valley EDIUS 6.5

Highlights of Grass Valley's forthcoming 6.5 upgrade to the EDIUS NLE (coming in June) for pro event and corporate video producers include improved a native stabilization utility, Alpha channel support, 10-bit effects and filters, and several enhancements to the Layouter including a drop shadow function and new options for selecting a scaler.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 May 2012

The NAB Interviews With Shawn Lam: The Vinten Blue5 Tripod System

Shawn Lam interviews Boston-area DP Tom Guilmette on Vinten's new Blue5 DSLR and 12-28 lb. camcorder-ready fluid-head and tripod system.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 May 2012

Review: Litepanels MicroPro Hybrid DSLR LED

Litepanels recently shipped the MicroPro Hybrid, a dimmable, on-camera Hybrid LED that can refresh itself much faster than most any strobe light can. Thus it may pack a powerful 1-2 punch for DSLR producers who need to capture both video and still images. But how well does it handle both tasks? In this article Anthony Burokas reviews the new light and compares it to an LED light that's one-fifth the cost to see how these two lights measure up.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 May 2012

Review: Divergent Media ScopeBox 3.0

For scopes and DVR functionality, Divergent's ScopeBox 3.0 outdoes Adobe's late, lamented OnLocation, particularly because it works with a range of cameras, not just those with FireWire outputs. If you've been wondering what you were going to do for DVR/scope functionality on the Mac now that Adobe has exited the market, you should definitely give ScopeBox a try.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 May 2012

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

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

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