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July 05, 2012

Featured Articles
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.
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 News
Grass Valley EDIUS 6.5 Now Shipping
Key new features for streaming producers include cross-platform codec support, 10-bit color correction, Flash exporter, updated Layouter, native image stabilization, and new loudness meter
New Canon EOS 7D Firmware Upgrade Adds Advanced Shooting and Audio Adjustment Options
Firmware adds the ability to adjust up to 64 audio levels manually prior to recording video, supports custom file naming
Scenios Offers Free Cloud-Based Collaborative Production Platform
Free version allows film, TV and commercial producers to manage every aspect of their production, including 5 GB of cloud storage and an unlimited number of users
Schneider Optics Ships 2X Tele iPro Lens for iPhone 4/4S
New 2X Tele, equivalent to a 60mm lens on a 35mm SLR (84mm in video mode), promises images that feature edge-to-edge sharpness, with no vignetting
What Is ...
What is Live Switching?
Streaming Media Producer kicks off its "What Is...?" series tackling essential topics in the streaming media production world with a look at live switching, touching on the differences between switching and mixing, assembling the components and crew of a live switch, and the basics of "punching" a multi-camera show or event for live delivery.
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