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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

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

Adapting ENG Lenses to DSLR Production, Part 2: Power & Rigging

Adapting servo zoom ENG lenses to your DSLR rig with suitable rails and power makes for a smooth transition from prosumer camcorder to large-sensor video camera.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Mar 2012

Canon Unveils 5D Mark III With 22MP Full-Frame Sensor and New Intraframe H.264 Compression for Easier Editing

Canon 5D Mark III new video features include better noise reduction, longer continuous recording times, and a built-in headphone jack for audio monitoring
Featured News, Posted 02 Mar 2012

The Live Event Producer's Guide to the Sony NEX-FS100

Sony's NEX-FS100 presents challenges shooters never encounter with traditional camcorders, as well as different lens-mounting choices and caveats than DSLR shooters face. In this article we'll discuss the abilities and limitations of the FS100 for live event production work.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Mar 2012

Grass Valley Unveils EDIUS 6.5 Featuring Native RED Support and Image Stabilization

The new EDIUS software boasts a comprehensive 3D workflow, new Flash exporter, improvements to Layouter tool, and build-in Loudness Meter.
Featured News, Posted 27 Feb 2012

Review: GoPro HD Hero2

GoPro shoots for online video pros with the new HD Hero2, which adds an improved CMOS sensor, better glass, and from-the-wrist remote control and live streaming to a camera line that's become a go-to device for aerial, POV, and action sports applications.
Featured Articles, Posted 22 Feb 2012

EventDV Relaunches as New Pro Video Production Site Streaming Media Producer

StreamingMedia.com/Producer focuses on tutorials and real-world technical advice for professional online video producers
Featured News, Posted 16 Feb 2012

Tutorial: How to Design a Greenscreen Environment for Office Shoots

Recently I had to shoot two greenscreen intros for some screencam tutorials, and it took three hours to produce them. So, just to have ammunition for higher fees next time, I figured I would detail the gear I had to set up and configure to get the job done.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Feb 2012

Singular Follows FCP 10.0.03 Upgrade with PluralEyes Multicam A/V Sync Support for FCP X

PluralEyes for FCP X is available now for 149.00 USD. Existing PluralEyes for FCP customers can upgrade to PluralEyes for Final Cut Pro X free of charge.
Featured News, Posted 13 Feb 2012

To the Edge: Producing and Broadcasting Summer X Games 2011

As a hybrid live/broadcast event, the X Games franchise is the closest thing we have to the Olympics, only better, because ESPN has near-complete control over the events and seems to enjoy taking the "extreme" philosophy at the heart of the games to the limit.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Feb 2012

Producing the 53rd Grammy Awards Concert

The Grammy Awards get their share of slings and arrows from hipsters, but as CD and more recently ticket sales continue to decline, finding ways to "eventize" the concert experience and create a recording of it that can offer continuous revenue streams going forward might be Grammy's biggest contribution yet to keeping the music business as we know it alive.
Featured Articles, Posted 10 Feb 2012

Review: Roland VR-5 A/V Mixer

Roland's VR-5 A/V Mixer features multiple video inputs, an internal media player, computer input and conversion, a built-in audio mixer, two integrated LCD monitors to see video inputs, output and various device settings, and the ability to internally record your program output while also sending your program to a laptop for streaming--all for an MSRP of $4,995.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Feb 2012

The Sweet Science of Producing Boxing Shows

Jon Connor and Cristina Valdivieso, two renowned event filmmakers from Philadelphia, went to Los Angeles in June to shadow World Light Welterweight boxing champion Amir Khan as he prepared for his title unification bout, capturing footage for pay-per-view broadcast in the UK. Stephen Nathans-Kelly describes how they pulled it off.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Jan 2012

Live, Raw, Real: Producing One-Take Online Music Videos

There's a wave of raw, demolike one-take music videos with an unmistakable live feel sweeping the web, and some savvy event filmmakers have thrown their hats into thering. Here we look behind the scenes of Bill Grant's boneshow and Jet Kaiser's One Take Shows, and get their spin on this new, viral field-recording phenomenon.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Jan 2012

Like a Mighty Stream: Webcasting Rock Shows with Ryan Bodie Films

Streaming concerts and other live events has established Ryan Bodie's Studio 26 as the go-to live event webcast provider in his region and in some key entertainment areas, ranging from concert series in the spring to festivals in the summer and one-off arena gigs like a Chaka Khan show. Bodie estimates that his crew shoots, switches, and streams 80 live events per year, with maybe half of those involving music.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Jan 2012

Producing My First Webcast

Jan Ozer produced his first live webcast on May 8, 2010. As with anything else, he learned some huge lessons that didn't become obvious until he was there in the chair, broadcasting live. If you've got your first live webcast coming up, perhaps you'll find them useful.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jan 2012

Producing Conference Video Pt. 2: Lighting and Audio

Award-winning producer Shawn Lam looks at the art and science of stage lighting and the challenges of making lighting designed for performance work for video. He also discusses the meat-and-potatoes things you need to know for microphone selection and successful live-recorded conference audio.
Featured Articles, Posted 16 Jan 2012

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