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PluralEyes, which quickly and accurately syncs video and audio clips for dual-system audio and multi-camera productions, now outputs multicam clips, fully automating multi-camera syncs for Final Cut Pro X editors.
Breaking News - Posted 13 Feb 2012
Jan Ozer | A step-by-step tutorial on creating a basic setup for in-studio greenscreen shoot, including tips on lighting, audio, teleprompting, monitoring, camera setup, exposure, and cleanup.
Feature - Posted 08 Feb 2012 By
New TriCaster plug-in provides H.264/AAC encoding, one click HD 720p multibitrate encoding, along with playback compatibility for iPhone and iPad - all without the need for an external encoder
Breaking News - Posted 02 Feb 2012
The Roland VR-3 is a compact, fully integrated audio mixer, video switcher for live production and web streaming
Breaking News - Posted 16 Jan 2012
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Ryan Bodie's current passion, streaming live events, has established his company, Florida-based Studio 26 Productions, 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 does roughly 80 live events per year, with maybe half of those involving music.
Feature - Posted 11 Jan 2012 By
Shawn Lam | The ATEM 1 M/E Production Switcher is an 8-input HD switcher that has 4 HDMI and 4 HD-SDI inputs and costs less than many new SD switchers.
Feature - Posted 05 Jan 2012 By
Tim Siglin | Newtek's long history in video production switchers—starting with the Amiga-based Video Toaster and more recent portable TriCaster units—takes an extreme leap forward with the rackmountable TriCaster 850 Extreme. Looking more like a four-rack-unit (4 RU) computer server than a traditional TriCaster, this is a TriCaster geared toward studio or broadcast facility integration rather than field production.
Feature - Posted 27 Dec 2011
Jan Ozer | Over the years, I've gathered some thoughts on what it takes to produce and deliver a high-quality video experience and, to a degree, succeed as a video producer. While most of this will be old hat to grizzled veterans, perhaps some newbie will find these ramblings, and the associated resources that I point to, of use.
Feature - Posted 07 Dec 2011 By
VR-3 combines the power of Roland's audio and video technology into one unit and expands the growing lineup of AV Mixers and streaming-ready solutions from Roland
Breaking News - Posted 21 Nov 2011
New offerings include KTMM, KTFUZ ("Fuzzball") and KTMWSC ("the Mouse")
Breaking News - Posted 28 Oct 2011
PS614 can hold mixer and controller and is fully padded to safeguard contents
Breaking News - Posted 17 Oct 2011
Kyle Oliver | Chris Duke's broadcast and web TV show Motorz combines the agility of a technology professional with the enthusiasm of a lifetime, self-taught car buff. The result is an automotive DIY show that can, in Duke's words, "keep how-to installations real for enthusiasts." But it does this without giving the impression that there's anything amateur about the decidedly DIY Motorz operation, and looking inside that operation provides a great lesson into what a multitalented and motivated independent producer can accomplish without a studio behind him.
Feature - Posted 05 Oct 2011 By
Niels Puttemans | At a certain point in your event filmmaking career, usually after watching a fellow filmmaker's online clip, you start dreaming of your own destination shoot. Although we at Ever After have filmed a few destination weddings before, our "dream client" turned out to be a young couple from Singapore. The couple was planning an engagement holiday through Europe and wanted an engagement film to show on their wedding day. It got better from there: We were asked to suggest the best city location in Europe for this December shoot. Although Paris gets more attention, if you're after a romantic European destination in December, there is really just one choice: Vienna, Austria.
Feature - Posted 05 Oct 2011 By
Stu Sweetow | For corporate videographers, the opportunity to develop a rapport with the head of a corporation can be an opportunity for a long-term relationship with a firm. Your confidence with supervising the filming crew will be an asset the CEO notices. Your excellent pre-production planning ensures that the process runs smoothly, the exec performs in a relaxed manner, and the video exceeds the company's expectations.
Feature - Posted 26 Sep 2011 By
Shawn Lam | Jensen opens his training DVD with points that reinforce my belief that I made a great decision in purchasing the FS100. He explains some of the great features that the FS100 boasts, along with the benefits for the end user. His DVD is filled with great visuals of the camera, its menu system, video shot on the FS100, and graphics to demonstrate key concepts such as a scale comparison of the Super 35 sensor to 4/3", 2/3", 1/2", and 1/3" sensors.
Feature - Posted 19 Sep 2011 By
ShootEditLearn.com co-founders Cristina Valdivieso and Jon Connor have announced a new workshop they are putting on in collaboration with Kessler Crane this fall in Austin, Texas, called Masters in Motion. The event takes place November 14-16 at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse; its 75-100 attendees will attend eight workshops in addition to shooting electives.
Feature - Posted 19 Sep 2011
New collection mixed at Sony Pictures Sound facility designed for filmmakers seeking high-quality clips that are finished and ready for immediate use
Breaking News - Posted 16 Sep 2011
Jan Ozer | Any time you have a camera at an event these days—with the probable exception of weddings—you should think be thinking to yourself: "Why aren't I broadcasting live?" It's inexpensive and easy, but your client likely doesn't know that, and might be willing to pay a premium for the service.
Feature - Posted 12 Sep 2011 By
Upcoming seminar series in major markets throughout the late summer and fall designed to acquaint church media ministers and staff with state-of-the art, cost-effective video solutions
Breaking News - Posted 08 Sep 2011
TriCaster 850 TW may be used as a companion to the TriCaster 850 CS control surface and provides complete control over the system media players, as well as instant replay functions
Amen Corner - Posted 30 Aug 2011
John Goolsby | If you've heard about the Sony NEX-FS100, you've probably heard it described as one of two things: a game changer or an expensive DSLR. Which is it? Neither. Sony calls this new model a "motion picture camcorder." I'll bet the company spent a lot of time trying to decide how to name this new piece of equipment, and I think it made a good call. The FS100 does not take stills, and it is not really designed for event filmmakers, but with a few minor modifications, it does a fabulous job.
Feature - Posted 26 Aug 2011 By
Philip Hinkle | In the fourth tutorial in our six-part series on Grass Valley EDIUS 6, we'll discuss Singular Software's PluralEyes, a third-party plug-in now available for EDIUS 6 that allows you, the editor, to easily sync all of your audio and video sources quickly on your timeline without going through the laborious task of doing it manually.
Feature - Posted 01 Aug 2011 By
Thanks to a combination of algorithm improvements and multiprocessing techniques, DualEyes and PluralEyes 2.0 automatically synchronize video and audio clips at speeds three to 10 times greater than their predecessors
Breaking News - Posted 18 Jul 2011
Jan Ozer | If you're a Final Cut Pro 7 editor who shoots with DSLRs, you've known you needed an FCP upgrade for some time now; little did you know Apple wasn't developing one. So the time has come to switch, either to FCPX, which is a completely different animal from FCP 7, or to an NLE from another vendor. In making this decision, you should consider multiple variables, including cost, the ability to continue working with older projects, the learning curve of the new editor, and the effectiveness of the various tools.
Feature - Posted 18 Jul 2011 By
Singular offers 50% 'crossgrade' rebate for PluralEyes users switching editors editors who purchased PluralEyes prior to July 4, 2011
Breaking News - Posted 11 Jul 2011
Stu Sweetow | The skills you've developed filming family events will transfer well to covering the cocktail hour prior to a company meeting. Companies use video to expand their reach to customers, to train staffers who were not at the meetings, and to reward top salespeople with incentive travel to a preferred destination. People love to see themselves in a highlights clip shown at the close of the event, and sometimes the planners show the highlights video the following year to attract more attendees to their events.
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EventDV-TV - Posted 22 Jun 2011 By
PIX 220 and PIX 240 feature HDMI input and record to QuickTime, ProRes, and DNxHD
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jun 2011
Luisa Winters, Jan Ozer, and Shawn Lam | New Shawn Lam tutorial added: Author & Deliver in Multiple Formats with a Single Encore CS5.5 Workflow. Also featured: Jan Ozer on Roundtrip Pro Audio Editing, Luisa Winters on the new Merge Clips feature in Premiere Pro CS5.5, Jan Ozer on new capabilities of Adobe Media Encoder CS5.5, Luisa Winters on using Photoshop's Content Aware Fill with After Effects, Shawn Lam on Image Stabilization Using Adobe After Effects' new Warp Stabilizer.
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Niels Puttemans | In this article, I'll guide you through our audio workflow: from switching through your multitrack/dual-system audio recording to removing unwanted noises to sweetening, cleaning, and even disaster recovery. And although I'll repeat this sentiment at the clean-up section, I can't stress the following enough: Even the sweetest audio-sweetening skills set will take you only so far. No matter how much time you spend processing and cleaning-up an audio track, nothing beats getting it right in the first place.
Feature - Posted 10 Jun 2011 By
New TriCaster HD portable live production system featuring IsoCorder technology and AirPlay support available now
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jun 2011
Marc Franklin | The best products of NAB 2011 for event videographers/filmmakers in two categories: production and postproduction.
Features - Posted 10 Jun 2011 By
Allows users to convert still images, video and audio into and from the format used by the VR-5's internal SD card-based player and recorder
Breaking News - Posted 20 May 2011
EventDV, The Authority for Event Videographers, has done its sixth annual evaluation of the best and most relevant NAB releases for the event video market. Chosen each year by contributing editor and leading L.A.-area videographer and filmmaker Marc Franklin, the awards recognize products in two categories: production gear (including cameras, camera support, lighting, and so on), and postproduction solutions (including NLEs, plug-ins, and the like).
Breaking News - Posted 04 May 2011
Niels Puttemans | Though you can occasionally fix issues with subpar audio in post, nothing beats getting it right the first time. Because the DSLR cameras that have transformed our work visually seem to have ignored the vital importance of audio in filmmaking, here are some ideas on how to make sure you capture sound that is as crisp as your imagery.
Feature - Posted 04 May 2011 By
Vast array of new effects include animals and birds, contemporary and vintage airplanes, cars, trucks, boats, and weapons
Breaking News - Posted 02 May 2011
Shawn Lam | What happens when you deliver your event live? This is nothing new for live TV broadcasters, but more and more event video producers are being asked to perform their postproduction activities in real-time—that is, live as the event is occurring.
Feature - Posted 01 May 2011 By
Shawn Lam | Adobe CS5.5 Production Premium, launched today at NAB, delivers improvements in speed, postproduction fixes, and real-time creative effects. Not only will the speed improve turnaround times, it will also provide editors with the luxury of experimenting, which is an important part of the creative process.
Feature - Posted 11 Apr 2011 By
Randy Panado | collaboration becomes a bigger part of our industry and more of us are booking weddings outside of our own local markets, either because of the nature of our online marketing, our need to book weddings in a higher price range than our market will allow, or both, traveling to gigs becomes an ever-bigger part of our businesses—even for those of us who don't live on relatively small islands. Hawaiian filmmaker Randy Panado's own reliance on remote gigs has caused him to create a "kit" that is very efficient in terms of incorporating everything he needs to produce solid work and, at the same time, being light enough for travel.
Feature - Posted 03 Apr 2011 By
Patrick Moreau, Kevin Shaw, and Brian Lockhart | Over the past year, Patrick Moreau and his stillmotion crew have been working on the Emmy-nominated NFL Network program The NFL Season: A Biography, Presented by SAP. The producers of the show hired stillmotion entirely based on seeing their wedding films. In this three-part article (all in this issue), Moreau, NFL Network coordinating producer Brian Lockhart, and producer and director Kevin Shaw offer their own takes on the story behind The NFL Season and the lessons to be learned from how it all came about and how it all played out on and off the field.
Feature - Posted 31 Mar 2011 By
New SmartSound Quicktracks® will give customers instant access to customize and download any track from SmartSound's entire royalty free music library
Breaking News - Posted 28 Mar 2011
Chris Randall | Most wedding cinematographers have come to realize the value of producing same-day edits (SDEs) for their wedding clients. It's a wonderful opportunity to show off our shooting, editing, and storytelling talents and a rare opportunity where we're actually paid to put our work in front of a room full of new clients, simply by carving out some time in the day to do what we do best. But there's one part of it that has little or nothing to do with our signature skills: presentation. In this article, we will explore what is required to cut out the third-party AV crew intermediary and use and implement your own AV gear for your SDEs. Chris Randall
Feature - Posted 28 Mar 2011 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Your approach to soundtracks and sound design should not only reflect the sound you hear in your head when you conceptualize your films, but also the places you hope and expect your films to play and the reach and impact you expect them to have.
Feature - Posted 28 Mar 2011 By
New Sonicfire Pro Plug-in Adds Custom Instrument Mixing and Music Scoring Ease to Any Avid® and Pinnacle Studio Video Production
Breaking News - Posted 17 Mar 2011
Ron Dawson | Last month we began our two-part series about the short holiday film "For the Man Who Hated Christmas" that Ron Dawson produced for Giving101. The whole process, from booking the client through production, is an ideal case study on corporate film production (not to mention profitable production for nonprofits). Part 1 covered the business side of the deal. This month, we're covering the "fun stuff": making the film.
Feature - Posted 07 Mar 2011 By
Kevin Shahinian | Concept filmmaker extraordinaire Kevin Shahinian (City of Lakes, Snow, Dil Jaanta Hi, Tum Hi Ho) explores the classic underpinnings of film-based storytelling and the language of effective filmmaking in this four-part series on EventDV, co-produced by Pacific Pictures and Adobe Systems.
Feature - Posted 18 Jan 2011
Now available in beta for Mac OS X and later, the award-winning standalone application offers quick and easy dual-system audio replacement
Breaking News - Posted 19 Dec 2010
Liz Merfeld | 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.
Feature - Posted 13 Dec 2010 By
Future Versions of Professional Audio Toolset Planned for Both Mac and Windows Platforms
Breaking News - Posted 09 Nov 2010
Company delivers unprecedented creative freedom by redefining world's most popular DAW with new software-only toolset and broad third-party hardware integration
Breaking News - Posted 08 Nov 2010
Marc Franklin | An up-close look at the AG-AF100 at DV Expo 2010
Feature - Posted 02 Nov 2010 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | If The Promise teaches us anything, it's that the one thing you can't sacrifice is authority over your own work, regardless of how circumstances—financial or otherwise—conspire against you.
Feature - Posted 01 Nov 2010 By
Greg Lam | We've all seen the dazzling work of our peers who have taken the DSLR plunge, and thus have a good idea of what migrating to DSLR can do for our films and our businesses. But we also know tat DSLR cameras are fundamentally different animals from their video-camera counterparts. What can we expect when we make the transition, and what do we need to know about the new skills we'll need to learn and other gear we'll need to acquire to make DSLRs work in our video workflow?
Feature - Posted 01 Nov 2010 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Does 3D have a place in wedding filmmaking's future, or is that notion just the stuff of science fiction? We spoke with one of 3D's earliest adopters in the wedding world, Abraham Joffe of Sydney, Australia. A few months back, Joffe produced and delivered a 3D wedding film—Australia's first, but already not its last—and lived to tell the tale.
Feature - Posted 29 Oct 2010 By
Exhibition showcases the newest HD technology in an informal setting that allows professionals to get hands-on experience with the latest groundbreaking gear while conversing with colleagues and industry decision-makers
Breaking News - Posted 27 Oct 2010
PluralEyes analyzes audio information and synchronizes corresponding video clips automatically, saving video editors hours in post-production
Breaking News - Posted 12 Oct 2010
Q3HD records in stunning 1080p at 30 fps or 720p at 30 and 60 fps
Breaking News - Posted 04 Oct 2010
Ben Balser | This month we'll explore how to do voice-over (VO) work in Final Cut Studio, from some hardware advice to the actual software workflow. We'll start with some really basic notes about hardware, then move on to actual recording in the latest versions of Final Cut Studio and Soundtrack Pro.
Feature - Posted 04 Oct 2010 By
Offers introductory pricing on professional tools to repair, restore and enhance audio for music, broadcast, video and more
Breaking News - Posted 29 Sep 2010
New version is peppered with innovative new features, including excellent support for DSLR audio
Breaking News - Posted 28 Sep 2010
Availability of AG-3DA1 Full HD 3D Camcorder, 25" 3D monitor, large format 3D plasma displays, new partnership with Bexel, open up next dimension of professional stereographic production
Breaking News - Posted 02 Sep 2010
EventDV 25 all-star and WEVA CEA Gold winner Philip "Frogman" Hinkle reports directly from WEVA Expo 2010, the event filmmaking industry's largest convention and trade show, held August 23-26 in Orlando, Florida. Stay tuned for all three episodes of Hinkle's show, which will appear over the next week on EventDV-TV.
Feature - Posted 25 Aug 2010
The H1 puts professional stereo recording capabilities in your pocket
Breaking News - Posted 20 Aug 2010
Blackmagic Design's acquisition of EchoLab Inc.'s assets provides a powerful range of production switchers combined with over 30 years of experience in switcher design!
Breaking News - Posted 13 Aug 2010
Marc Franklin | The Tascam DR-100 is a really solid-performing audio recorder. The quality of the recordings from my tests was great. If you need something more compact, you can look at TASCAM's DR2D Audio Recorder that made our Winner's Circle at NAB.
Feature - Posted 25 Jul 2010 By
New version of Steinberg's award-winning Advanced Post, Live and Audio Production System featuring an onboard ADR toolset, sound design tools, mixing and compatibility enhancements and much more
Breaking News - Posted 14 Jul 2010
The ZFR200 records on microSD cards and features an integrated SMPTE timecode reader/generator.
Breaking News - Posted 30 Jun 2010
Popular Products Including Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum, ACID Music Studio, and Sound Forge Audio Studio Offer Consumers New Solutions for Creating and Producing Digital Content
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jun 2010
Marc Franklin | Every year the NAB show teems with new product announcements and trends, and it often marks the real-world debut of tantalizing new gear that was under glass a year ago. Some of what you see is too premature for primetime, some new developments look a little misguided, and others are simply mismatched with the event filmmaking world. Here's a look at what's ready, what's real, and what's most relevant to us among the most exciting products that are making their way to market following this year's show.
Features - Posted 01 Jun 2010 By
Stu Sweetow | As part of the digital television transition that started last year, the FCC allocated frequencies to public safety organizations and broadband providers. That spectrum includes the 700MHz band where many UHF microphones transmit. If your wireless mics operate on any frequencies between 698MHz and 806MHz, you may be breaking the law. Here's what you need to know to keep your wireless workflow safe and sound.
Feature - Posted 31 May 2010 By
The awards recognize the top new products for event videographers and filmmakers introduced at NAB in four categories: cameras, production gear, and postproduction solutions
Feature - Posted 03 May 2010
Roving reporter Shawn Lam reports from NAB in Las Vegas in this three-part EventDV-TV series
Feature - Posted 14 Apr 2010 By
Ideal for any live event or installation that requires a high channel count and the ability to accept a variety of video input formats out of the box
Breaking News - Posted 12 Apr 2010
Jan Ozer | Video technology and postproduction expert Jan Ozer examines Adobe's new CS5 integrated suite from a variety of angles, including new features and interfaces, a run-down of theadvantages of the new Mercury engine, performance comparisons between CS4 and CS5, and configuration suggestions for video pros working with the new suite.
Feature - Posted 12 Apr 2010 By
David McKnight | McKnight Video shot AVCHD footage with the Panasonic AG-HMC150 all over the Rick Springfield & Friends Cruise, ingested it and edited in in Vegas, and lived to tell the tale. Do the advantages of AVCHD production outweigh the postproduction challenges? The point is probably moot.
Feature - Posted 06 Apr 2010 By
Mark Von Lanken | At a street price of $1,850-$1,995, how does the Panasonic HMC40 match up with the HMC150--my primary camera--which has a street price of $3,250?
Feature - Posted 02 Apr 2010 By
Corel VideoStudio Pro X3 is the first video editing software to integrate SmartSound's most powerful and creative music soundtrack technology
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2010
Ben Balser | This month I'll describe the round-trip procedures for moving active project files among the various applications in Final Cut Studio 3.
Tutorials - Posted 30 Jan 2010 By
Ben Balser | This month I'll describe the round-trip procedures for moving active project files among the various applications in Final Cut Studio 3.
Feature - Posted 30 Jan 2010 By
Tim Siglin | The case for a live production workflow—and a new magazine and website dedicated to it.
Feature - Posted 29 Jan 2010 By
Mili & Sid Ghosh | South Asian royal weddings require planning, preparation, and conceptualization of an entirely different order than the typical wedding film—especially when you have to bring your crew and equipment to India to complete the project. But it can be done, even by U.S.-based wife-and-husband wedding film teams. Here Mili and Sid Ghosh present a creative director's guide to grand-scale epic wedding film production that will make even your royal clients proud to have hired you.
Features - Posted 28 Jan 2010 By
Laura Moses | Sound design is the process of planning and creating a sound treatment that will enhance the storytelling of a film. Effective sound design improves a film without being overbearing or calling attention to itself. By incorporating simple aspects of the craft into our films, we can enhance our productions to better connect with consumers, which will result in more bookings and will increase the value of our product.
Feature - Posted 27 Dec 2009 By
Videohub 4.2 software update fFVideohub routers
Breaking News - Posted 12 Dec 2009
New Retail Product Provides Gateway to Expanding Catalog of Sony Sound Series Titles
Breaking News - Posted 18 Nov 2009
Holophone's PortaMic 5.1 is an easy-to-use and cost-effective means of recording surround sound directly to a camera or any stereo recording device, while its PortaMic Pro microphone is based on the design of the PortaMic 5.1, but offers a wider feature set designed for professional applications
Breaking News - Posted 18 Nov 2009
Lee Rickwood | Among the many new hardware and software tools available for professional videographers to improve and enhance their work, perhaps the most crucial is the clever ability and creative ways manufacturers can find new uses for the tools at hand. In this month's grab bag of product announcements, repurposing plays an important role.
Gear & Now - Posted 13 Nov 2009 By
Anthony Burokas | I was recently tapped to work on an independent feature film, a Western set in 1880s Texas shot on the Panasonic AG-HPX300. In essence, it was a video shoot. But there were also some fundamental differences. Based on several days of experiences there, I have a few recommendations for those embarking on a similar path: 11 lessons learned about indie filmmaking from my sojourn into that world.
Features - Posted 13 Nov 2009 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Wedding-day interviews are the sort of thing that used to give videography a bad name, but done right, and in the right setting, interviews can help elevate wedding and event filmmaking into the realm of powerful, character-driven storytelling. Here we learn from four leading wedding and event filmmakers renowned for the compelling, revealing, funny, and moving stories they collect in their interviews with the key players in their events, and the seamless and powerful ways they incorporate these interviews into the films they produce.
Feature - Posted 13 Nov 2009 By
Speakers include Larry Jordan, Ben Balser, Bruce Nazarian, Alexis Van Hurkman
Breaking News - Posted 05 Oct 2009
The new C 414 XLS and the C 414 XLII offer nine pickup patterns that enable it to choose the perfect setting for every appli
Breaking News - Posted 02 Oct 2009
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | In the 4 years since Mili Ghosh began Memories in Motion in Chicago with the goal of offering high-end Bollywood-style videos to a niche South Asian wedding market, her hands-on approach—consulting in details right down to makeup—has taken her all over the globe. From opulent weddings with hundreds of guests in her hometown of Chicago to royal weddings in India, Ghosh combines her own personal artistic vision with a devotion to her couples to create cinematic wedding videos with a flair not found anywhere else.
Feature - Posted 24 Sep 2009 By
Ideal for any live event or installation demanding stability, ease of use, and professional connectivity
Breaking News - Posted 15 Sep 2009
Five-Channel Portable Production Mixer with Integrated Recorder
Breaking News - Posted 09 Sep 2009
New Event-Based Editing, Integrated Disc-At-Once (DAO) CD Burning, and élastique Timestretching Enhance Workflow, Flexibility, Speed and Accuracy to Offer Powerful All-In-One Production Suite; Includes Exclusive iZotope Effects Bundle
Breaking News - Posted 01 Sep 2009
Creative Mac Software Translates Colors and Images into Music
Breaking News - Posted 25 Aug 2009
HD 428, HD 438, and HD 448 are optimized for portable players but also deliver strong audio performance on home hi-fi systems, making them an ideal choice for users who want to crank their playlists on the move and at home
Breaking News - Posted 16 Aug 2009
Marks the latest addition to the CrossOver family of multi-definition compact production switchers
Breaking News - Posted 13 Aug 2009
The MMK 965-1 microphone capsule attaches to both Sennheiser's 2000 Series and evolution wireless G3 wireless series SKM handheld transmitters in seconds, allowing users of both series to enjoy the unique dual-diaphragm advantage of Sennheiser's e 965 microphone
Breaking News - Posted 07 Aug 2009
New Videohub 4.0 software update has revolutionized the design of router control by using low cost all in one computers with touch screens as router control panels
Breaking News - Posted 30 Jun 2009
Powerful 16 x 32 SD / HD-SDI / 3G SDI routing switcher created with the small post production workgroup in mind
Breaking News - Posted 19 Jun 2009
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Real Weddings is exactly what it sounds like: an hour-plus DVD that encompasses all the content the Von Lankens deliver to a bride and groom. But what makes this DVD most valuable is the two commentary tracks--one for shooting, one for editing--that run through the entire disc, breaking down virtually everything they do. Also featured: 2 video clips from the DVD!
Continuing Education - Posted 12 Jun 2009 - June 2009 Issue
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Real Weddings is exactly what it sounds like: an hour-plus DVD that encompasses all the content the Von Lankens deliver to a bride and groom. But what makes this DVD most valuable is the two commentary tracks--one for shooting, one for editing--that run through the entire disc, breaking down virtually everything they do. Also featured: 2 video clips from the DVD!
Feature - Posted 12 Jun 2009
David McKnight | The latest and greatest in Vegas Pro 9 for videographers
Feature - Posted 11 Jun 2009 By
David McKnight | The latest and greatest in Vegas Pro 9 for videographers
Features - Posted 11 Jun 2009 By
Marc Franklin | The hottest new announcements and releases of NAB 2009 for the videography world
Features - Posted 05 Jun 2009 - June 2009 Issue By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Illinois Videographers Association event draws internationally recognized presenters Patrick Moreau and Michael Wong of StillMotion and marks the speaking debut of concept film phenom Kevin Shahinian of Pacific Pictures
Feature - Posted 27 May 2009 By
Third generation of highly successful wireless series now available in U.S.
Breaking News - Posted 11 May 2009
Fourth annual "Best of NAB" list selected by contributing editor Marc Franklin recognizes new cameras, production gear, and postproduction solutions
Breaking News - Posted 04 May 2009
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | A look behind the garage door into the world where "A Sin City Love Story" was created
Continuing Education - Posted 04 May 2009 - May 2009 Issue By
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | A look behind the garage door into the world where "A Sin City Love Story" was created
Feature - Posted 04 May 2009 By
New Converter Utility 1.0 software update allows adjustments and settings via USB, plus adds down conversion in the SDI to Analog model and 1080p/50,60 in the SDI-to-HDMI model
Breaking News - Posted 30 Apr 2009
Includes rugged products for a wide range of wireless applications. Handheld and body-pack transmitters with single or twin receivers are available for stage, broadcasting and installed sound applications
Breaking News - Posted 20 Apr 2009
Presentation topics include Best Practices for Wedding Gig Networking, Audio Acquisition for Videographers; with Sennheiser
Breaking News - Posted 20 Apr 2009
New features will be debuted at the 2009 NAB show in Las Vegas at the RSG booth (SL10420).
Breaking News - Posted 17 Apr 2009
Acquisition brings new core technologies to Datavideo and highly complementary products will significantly increase Datavideo's product offerings to the broadcast and professional video marketplace
Breaking News - Posted 16 Apr 2009
Sonicfire Pro plug-in provides seamless integration with Final Cut Pro for music soundtrack creation; see it for the first time at NAB 2009
Breaking News - Posted 14 Apr 2009
David McKnight | This month we'll feature more audio tips plus information on compression, the audio utilities found in UltimateS Pro, and the best way to prepare audio files for use in Vegas's disc-authoring companion program, DVD Architect.
Tutorials - Posted 09 Apr 2009 - April 2009 Issue By
Ben Balser | DVDxDV's Veescope line, which started with the Veescope Live software-based field monitor, now consists of four tools: Veescope Live, Veescope Hub, Veescope Key, and Veescope Signals. I have found all four of these software products to be worth the price, reliable, and high quality.
In the Field - Posted 09 Apr 2009 - April 2009 Issue By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Like a rescued and refurb'd Super8, a 5D Mark II is an amazing tool for capturing what you see. But the cameras and the vision have to work hand in hand, much like style and story.
The Nonlinear Editor - Posted 09 Apr 2009 - April 2009 Issue By
Priced at under $50 the Genius GHP-04NC cancels out what users don't want to hear
Breaking News - Posted 31 Mar 2009
Features - Posted 16 Mar 2009
New Service Provides Unique Finance and Lease Options to Production and Broadcast Companies Needing Cine and Broadcast Equipment, Accessories, and Other Professional Products and Services
Breaking News - Posted 05 Mar 2009
New issue features Mark Von Lanken's definitive review of the Panasonic AG-HMC150, 5 expert opinions on how to construct an effective wedding demo, Ben Balser's tutorial on working with sound in Final Cut Pro, and new columnist Mark Foley's tips on how to get great on-site audio at live events
Features - Posted 05 Mar 2009
Ben Balser | From capture to mixing, this article will give you the basic tools for managing how you work with soundtracks efficiently and easily.
Tutorials - Posted 05 Mar 2009 - March 2009 Issue By
Abaltat sponsors the Well-Known Non-Profit "Studio on Wheels"
Breaking News - Posted 26 Feb 2009
Mark Foley | Many videographers will agree that audio is the weakest link in their production capability. In this column, we'll examine some general practices that will help you capture not only good audio but, more importantly, consistent audio.
Feature - Posted 23 Feb 2009 By
At NAB 2009, Grass Valley will celebrate its 50th anniversary serving the industry with another strong showing of technology and systems for the wide variety of professional applications that it supports
Breaking News - Posted 16 Feb 2009
Innovative German audio engineering coupled with striking aesthetics result in the world's finest special edition headphones
Breaking News - Posted 12 Feb 2009
New issue features Philip Hinkle's search for the perfect reception light, Jan Ozer's best practices for delivering HD video online, Stu Sweetow's surefire plan for avoiding catastrophe when shooting on location, and more
Features - Posted 01 Feb 2009
David McKnight | For those instances when your captured audio leaves something to be desired, it's great to have postproduction tools that can make a difference. Here's a look at how to use Vegas's rich complement of audio tools to normalize your captured audio and eliminate unwanted noises.
Tutorials - Posted 31 Jan 2009 - February 2009 Issue By
New mixing and monitoring solution for live performance and studio applications; new software for RSS M-400 V-Mixer Digital Console
Breaking News - Posted 30 Jan 2009
Lee Rickwood | The anticipation of "white space" issues precipitated by the DTV transition has caused a great deal of anxiety for many customers and major mic manufacturers, who have now officially responded with new, and presumably future-proofed, products.
Gear & Now - Posted 30 Jan 2009 - February 2009 Issue
Attendees Can Also Experience All-New ACIDplanet.com Social Networking Site
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jan 2009
Converts 4-channel Zoom H2 recordings to popular 5.1 formats with just one click
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jan 2009
Latest version of Sanken's popular COS-11 lavalier series incorporates exclusive design advances that deal with digital and digital/analog hybrid wireless transmission
Breaking News - Posted 23 Dec 2008
Introduced in preparation for the imminent ruling by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) that will restrict the use of wireless mics operating in the so-called 700mHz band
Breaking News - Posted 16 Dec 2008
Stu Sweetow | Here's a look at some strategies for developing corporate projects that will help you answer the questions that arise when you encounter a corporate client and do the best--and most profitable--work you can.
Features - Posted 01 Dec 2008 - December 2008 Issue By
Customers now have access to in-house experts for portable live production and 3D animation support seven days a week
Breaking News - Posted 19 Nov 2008
Brings new features to the critically acclaimed Luna microphone, enabling users to capture a broader array of sound sources with greater detail and clarity
Breaking News - Posted 17 Nov 2008
New series of compact production switchers. CrossOver launched at IBC 2008 targeting mobile or space constrained production environments
Breaking News - Posted 13 Nov 2008
November 2008 EventDV Table of Contents
Lee Rickwood | New wireless audio products are being released and are now shipping worldwide. The manufacturers of these products insist that their offerings do not conflict with current or proposed legislation, so new features and functions are being introduced into a number of products.
Gear & Now - Posted 01 Nov 2008 - November 2008 Issue By
Major Switcher Upgrade Features New MultiViewer Functions, 3D Key Effects, Enhanced Graphics, and Pan/Tilt Camera Control for Seamless Live HD/SD Workflow
Breaking News - Posted 29 Oct 2008
Most recent Sound Academy was held at the world-famous Skywalker Sound Scoring Stage in northern California
Breaking News - Posted 09 Sep 2008
Portable, Affordable, Complete I/O for the Mac
Breaking News - Posted 05 Sep 2008
Accepted by Airlines as Checked Baggage
Breaking News - Posted 01 Sep 2008
September 2008 EventDV
Features - Posted 01 Sep 2008
Lee Rickwood | When you have a clientele that expects the best, and when tey are willing to pay for it, new microphones and digital recording solutions are available to let you capture and create a soundtrack for your masterpiece that will blow them away. Here's what we've heard about some new high-end audio contenders.
Gear & Now - Posted 01 Sep 2008 - September 2008 Issue By
Provides Two-Channel Dolby Pro Logic II(r) Encoding for Company's Full-Size Microphones
Breaking News - Posted 28 Aug 2008
Enhanced Composition Engine; Seamless Integration with Apple Final Cut and Avid Editing Applications
Breaking News - Posted 26 Aug 2008
All-in-One package includes Condenser Microphone with Built-in Zero Latency Headphone Monitoring
Breaking News - Posted 23 Jul 2008
The all-in-one monitoring solution revolutionizes music production by providing USB audio and data streaming, iTunes® syncing and studio-quality sound at an attractive price point
Breaking News - Posted 17 Jul 2008
Thomson will add new functionality and features for the handling of audio and video clips stored on the new Thomson Grass Valley™ MEDIAEDGE®3 DS digital signage delivery platform
Breaking News - Posted 16 Jul 2008
Edit Sound, Cut Out Noise; latest version features the functionality of a professional home-based sound studio
Breaking News - Posted 09 Jul 2008
LiveControl mixes multiple sources for improved live production
Breaking News - Posted 01 Jul 2008
Tim Siglin | From time to time, I get a chance to consult for one of my favorite types of clients: churches that want to move beyond their "tape libraries" and into streaming or broadcasting their services and conferences to the world. Many of those churches have already moved into putting their services online, via a podcast on iTunes. But in doing so, they've found that they don't get the full impact of allowing viewers to join with them live. Just after the mid-April National Association of Broadcasters show, I had the chance to visit one of the churches I'm working with.
Amen Corner - Posted 01 Jul 2008 - July 2008 Issue By
Marc Franklin | NAB, the annual national broadcast convention, always features a few great new products in the event videographer's wheelhouse. Here's a quick guide to the best products for our market from this year's show, divided into three parts: cameras, production support, and postproduction.
Features - Posted 01 Jul 2008 - July 2008 Issue By
Anthony Burokas | While HDV and the move to HD have produced some truly amazing cameras—even in the consumer arena—compared to what was available for many tens of thousands of dollars just 10 years ago, those of us who regularly produce live shows are facing a new hurdle: expensive HD switchers.
HD Today - Posted 01 Jul 2008 - July 2008 Issue By
NewTek TriCaster upgrade includes MPEG-2 live recording, Adobe Flash streaming, and virtual sets for additional TriCaster models
Breaking News - Posted 23 Jun 2008
New character generator provides TriCaster operators the flexibility to create, update and modify titles in live production
Breaking News - Posted 23 Jun 2008
Now offers the ability for users to input up to eight HD-SDI sources
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jun 2008
Product information and specifications for multiformat live switcher now available
Breaking News - Posted 04 Jun 2008
Ben Balser | For those that produce multicamera live-switched events, the MCSDI-1 can boost you to uncompressed signals from lower-priced cameras, increasing your final product's quality, and decreasing your overhead. A clear winner for those that do this kind of work!
In the Studio - Posted 01 Jun 2008 - June 2008 Issue By
Features - Posted 28 May 2008
For every Overture1 and Overture2 switcher purchased, the company will provide the user with a complimentary training DVD outlining use of the switcher's unique features, functions, and capabilities
Breaking News - Posted 21 May 2008
TriCaster STUDIO, TriCaster PRO and TriCaster deliver major new customer benefits in the revolutionary product line
Breaking News - Posted 13 May 2008
F-1 is the newest member of the popular and growing lineup of EDIROL field recorders combining video capture with multi-channel audio
Breaking News - Posted 14 Apr 2008
Ability to precisely time musical events to key points in a video timeline adds incredible power and dramatic impact to productions; new Sensory Searching feature makes finding the right piece of music a dynamic part of the music scoring process
Breaking News - Posted 07 Apr 2008
Unique Audio Monitor Fills a Void for Non-Linear Editors
Breaking News - Posted 01 Apr 2008
New plug-ins, more features and enhancements in the latest version of the popular DAW
Breaking News - Posted 25 Mar 2008
Offering 188 digitally selectable UHF frequencies (638.125 to 661.875 MHz), the new receivers and transmitters provide superior selectivity in conjunction with an excellent signal-to-noise ratio and extended battery life
Breaking News - Posted 19 Mar 2008
Jan Ozer | Before each shoot, I print a checklist of configuration items for each camcorder and each shot location. This forces me to consider how I want to set each option beforehand, and helps me verify that I've done so, especially when working with multiple shooters. Here are the items on my checklist and some thoughts to consider for each.
Feature - Posted 07 Mar 2008 By
New 16-Track Hard Disk Audio Recorder/Mixer for Film, TV Production
Breaking News - Posted 04 Mar 2008
Overture1 and Overture2 Offer Unique Combination of Power, Flexibility, and Ease of Use in Creating Visually Stunning Live Productions
Breaking News - Posted 25 Feb 2008
New addition to Marantz Professional's renowned PMD560 and PMD570 family of digital recorders adds new hardware and software enhancements, including network compatibility
Breaking News - Posted 20 Feb 2008
Small microphone with a huge sound for hobby filmmakers
Class Act - Posted 14 Feb 2008
FirstCom takes earth-friendly stand with the future of production music in mind
Breaking News - Posted 07 Feb 2008
Windows versions of Muse, Express, Band, and Beat to be showcased at NAB
Breaking News - Posted 31 Jan 2008
Engineered primarily for use in boom pole, sports parabola, and ENG camera-to-bag applications and combines the functions of a wireless transmitter, 48-V phantom power supply, IFB receiver, and walkie talkie in one compact unit
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jan 2008
Lee Rickwood | New gear—including cameras, microphones, lights, decks, presentation devices, and even office accessories—is now available for all aspects of wedding and event video production. And several recently announced products will be appearing soon. Here are just a few of the highlights.
Feature - Posted 08 Jan 2008 By
Offers 24- and 16-bit recording, two high-quality built-in condenser microphones, stereo or mono recording modes and a choice of uncompressed 44.1 kHz .wav files or three levels of MP3
Breaking News - Posted 03 Dec 2007
New Version of Abaltat Muse Packed With New Feature; Comes Bundled With Seven Abaltat Bands
Breaking News - Posted 03 Dec 2007
Tim Siglin | A growing number of churches are looking for ways to capture audio and video, and then project that content onto large screens. For those seeking to combine all those elements into a recording for archiving or streaming, this column will describe rich media recording (which may also include text and graphics) and how to integrate it into your worship program.
Feature - Posted 29 Nov 2007 By
What products ruled the roost in event videography in 2007? And what were the biggest trends in the industry? The envelope, please...
Feature - Posted 29 Nov 2007 By
Lee Rickwood | From Apple to Zune, consumer electronics and personal media player (PMP) manufacturers are dressing up what are now the old MP3 music players of yesteryear with enticing new add-ons for tomorrow.
Feature - Posted 29 Nov 2007
Audio/film professionals' mobile recorder of choice now delivers even greater functionality
Breaking News - Posted 28 Nov 2007
Anthony Burokas | Since my September column (My Dream HD Camcorder), I've received great feedback about additional features we need. This month, let's explore them in a dream shoulder-mount HD cam.
Feature - Posted 28 Nov 2007
Collection includes music created by leading composers for major productions; SmartSound's customization features make tracks fresh and unique for each production
Breaking News - Posted 27 Nov 2007
Company's first headphone offering builds on success of studio monitors
Breaking News - Posted 08 Nov 2007
New virtual instrument evokes 70s string synthesizers and more
Breaking News - Posted 08 Nov 2007
Lee Rickwood | New HD field recorder, portable media converter, ultra wideband audio technology, LED lighting, pan-and-tilt heads, and more
Feature - Posted 08 Nov 2007 By
Laura Randall | VASST's new TrakPaks collection of royalty-free music clips, including intros, outros, and loopable middle sections, features high-quality music with real instruments that's easy to edit and integrate into your projects without the need for cumbersome plugins or advanced musical knowledge. The four volumes currently available provide a wide variety of sounds and moods that are well-suited to the wide variety of video projects we do.
Feature - Posted 08 Nov 2007 By
New titles bring the rapidly expanding production music collection to thirty-nine available volumes covering an array of different styles, themes, and genres including Jazz, Urban, and Classic
Breaking News - Posted 18 Oct 2007
System combines form and function in a compact desktop unit for $79.95
Breaking News - Posted 17 Oct 2007
Offers Superior Sound And Flexibility In The Field
Breaking News - Posted 10 Oct 2007
New high-definition models use triple-driver technology for best-in-class fidelity
Breaking News - Posted 04 Oct 2007
Video enthusiasts can now customize the original music from their favorite classic films and TV shows to their home movies using the SmartSound feature in leading video editing programs
Breaking News - Posted 04 Oct 2007
Smaller and more powerful, the PMD620 offers 24- and 16-bit recording, two high-quality built-in condenser microphones, stereo or mono recording modes and a choice ofuncompressed 44.1 kHz .wav files or three levels of MP3
Breaking News - Posted 01 Oct 2007
Adding SmartSound's industry-standard solution to leading consumer video editing suite makes creating a high-quality score fast and easy
Breaking News - Posted 27 Sep 2007
Complete recording package includes USB microphone with on-board headphone output for real-time monitoring
Breaking News - Posted 20 Sep 2007
The four new titles will bring the rapidly expanding production music collection to thirty-six available volumes covering an array of different styles, themes, and genres
Breaking News - Posted 13 Sep 2007
Audio producer Martin Sitter created all-new projects and revised this best-selling book to take advantage of the software's new streamlined interface, surround mixing features, new dialogue track tools, and ability to synchronize changes between picture and sound.
Breaking News - Posted 12 Sep 2007
Major Upgrade to Logic Pro and Introduces MainStage
Breaking News - Posted 12 Sep 2007
New Packages Offer Plug-and-Play Functionality Tailored to Specific Applications
Breaking News - Posted 07 Sep 2007
New Software Brings Creative Power to Audio Creation and Production
Breaking News - Posted 06 Sep 2007
Anthony Burokas | HD Today columnist Anthony Burokas recounts life on the set of the Speed Channel's Pinks: All Out, where he worked as an audio assist during taping earlier this year in Philadelphia.
Feature - Posted 04 Sep 2007 By
Jan Ozer | In this tutorial we'll overview Soundbooth's interface and then focus on how to accomplish common tasks like normalization, noise removal, audio compression, and more.
Feature - Posted 31 Aug 2007 By
Ben Balser | Here we take a detailed look at Veescope Live, HD Monitor, and ScopeBox, three of the most practical video production software products on the market for the Mac platform. These software production field monitors serve the same purpose in the Mac arena as Adobe OnLocation.
Feature - Posted 31 Aug 2007 By
New LightSnake Makes MIDI for Composing and Recording Music Easy For Anyone
Breaking News - Posted 29 Aug 2007
New Music Software Provides Simple Workflow for Composing and Arranging Soundtracks With Professional Results
Breaking News - Posted 29 Aug 2007
Newly Expanded Abaltat Plug-Ins Work With Abaltat Muse Video-Driven Soundtrack Composer
Breaking News - Posted 29 Aug 2007
Fresh, New Royalty-Free Music that works with any NLE or DAW
Breaking News - Posted 23 Aug 2007
Music 2 Hues released today a new addition to its Flagship Series production music line
Breaking News - Posted 08 Aug 2007
Anthony Burokas | To get a sense of what solutions are available and how well they'll work for event shooters today, we compare five relatively inexpensive wireless systems from Azden, Sony, and Sennheiser for their performance on run-and-gun live event shoots.
Feature - Posted 06 Aug 2007 By
Introduces 2.4-GHz Support, Virtual Multitrack Recording
Breaking News - Posted 02 Aug 2007
Ten new titles will bring the rapidly expanding production music collection to thirty-one available volumes covering an array of different styles, themes, and genres including business, world, broadcast, sports, country, cinematic, island, romantic, and R&B.
Breaking News - Posted 30 Jul 2007
MOTU V3HD FireWire Video Interface Provides Comprehensive HD/SD Capture, Playback, and Conversion
Breaking News - Posted 30 Jul 2007
Ben Balser | Final Cut Pro 6 is the most solid and stable major upgrade for an application I've ever seen. Here we look at enhancements and improvements in the new version of Apple's pro NLE, including the open-format timeline, surround sound, automatic conforming and scaling, the smoothcam filter, ProRes 422, and more.
Feature - Posted 30 Jul 2007 By
Lee Rickwood | A number of new products are providing dedicated solutions for the live recording, editing, and mixing of audio/video and computer content—and not just in standard definition, but in HDV and HD as well.
Feature - Posted 30 Jul 2007
Doug Graham | Why did I recently spend time and money on a major studio upgrade to surround sound? Two letters: HD. What did I find in my surround sound research, and how did I equip my studio? Read on.
Feature - Posted 26 Jul 2007 By
Professional audio editing and mastering software extends the standard version of the full-featured audio editor Acoustica with support for multichannel audio formats such as 5.1 and 7.1 surround
Class Act - Posted 16 Jul 2007
New 4-In/2-Out portable mixer has all the features required for in-field audio for video
Breaking News - Posted 12 Jul 2007
A-T's 2041SP Studio Pack now includes Cakewalk's SONAR LE recording software with the AT2020 side-address condenser and AT2021 small-diaphragm cardioid condenser microphones providing a versatile, value-added project/home studio recording package
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jul 2007
Luisa Winters | Adobe's new CS3 Production Premium raises the bar for postproduction suite features and application integration by including the video-centric and task-oriented Soundbooth; Blu-ray and Flash output support in Encore; the newly acquired Ultra and OnLocation, and more. With Adobe Certified Trainer Luisa Winters as your guide, here's a tour of the new features that will improve your workflow the most.
Feature - Posted 29 Jun 2007 By
Available in matched pairs, this new condenser extends M-Audio's award-winning mic line
Breaking News - Posted 28 Jun 2007
Tim Siglin | Fortunately for our EventDV readers that may be called upon to use their talents to cut together 400 digital still images—and just as many digital video clips from a variety of cameras—into a coherent music video telling the story of the activity, Adobe and Apple have both released upgrades to their flagship video, motion graphics, and audio tools that will help meet these needs.
Feature - Posted 27 Jun 2007 By
SpectraPulse offers secure wireless operation for the installed sound market free from RF competition, frequency coordination and "white space" issues
Breaking News - Posted 19 Jun 2007
New transmitter and new versions of its most popular transmitters
Breaking News - Posted 19 Jun 2007
Marc Franklin| While this year's NAB show didn't have as many wows as last year's, there were a number of new products and technologies unveiled that will have an impact on the event videography market in the coming year and beyond. From standard-setting HD cameras to innovative animation tools to major new entries from Apple and Adobe and a stunning studio-in-abox, here are 12 products to watch from NAB 2007.
Feature - Posted 01 Jun 2007 By
New OS support rolling out for dozens of M-Audio products
Breaking News - Posted 30 May 2007
Shawn Lam | Creating great video takes more than just video that looks good--it takes audio to fill our auditory sense and combined with vision, these two senses have the powerful ability to engage our emotions.
Feature - Posted 26 May 2007 By
Thousands of premium-quality of Royalty Free Music tracks, Loops, Stingers, commercial cuts available
Breaking News - Posted 24 May 2007
SoundTech Expands LightSnake Line With an Easy-to-Use Solution for Multimedia Voice Applications
Breaking News - Posted 22 May 2007
Terms of agreement give Sony Creative Software a non-exclusive license to three SmartSound patents which allow for the automatic editing of music to fit user-specified lengths
Breaking News - Posted 14 May 2007
New addition to Flaghsup Series now shipping worldwide
Breaking News - Posted 08 May 2007
Designed to work with popular handheld microphones like the EV-RE-50 and Sennheiser MD46
Breaking News - Posted 07 May 2007
Event will feature product demonstrations from some of the most respected presenters in the industry. GraVT Expo is for everyone, weather you are producing home movies, wedding videos, corporate, or broadcast video, SD or HD you will see a product that works for you.
Breaking News - Posted 04 May 2007
Stephen F. Nathans | With thoughts of event video genres, sub-genres, and the use and misuse of music in wedding and event video in mind, I had an interesting conversation recently with Jennifer Hoge, a San Dimas, California-based videographer (Premier Image Productions) who has recently started offering a new product she calls the "photo montage mini-movie."
Feature - Posted 24 Apr 2007
Major Upgrades of Final Cut Pro, Soundtrack Pro, Motion & Compressor; and Introduces "Color"
Breaking News - Posted 15 Apr 2007
New 12 and 24-key panels feature unparalleled audio digital signal processing (DSP), audio clarity and intuitive operator ease of use
Breaking News - Posted 15 Apr 2007
New Smart Recall Feature in Sonicfire Pro 4.5 Innovates Music Workflow; BackStage website leverages SmartSound’s unique technology leadership among music libraries to deliver creative new music content and automated solutions to production companies that have adopted this exciting new music library platform
Breaking News - Posted 13 Apr 2007
Will showcase its revolutionary HD workflow, from acquisition and editing to distribution, display, and management at NAB2007
Breaking News - Posted 12 Apr 2007
Visitors to Abaltat Booth Can Register for 40 Percent Discount on Download
Breaking News - Posted 06 Apr 2007
Jery Winters | Videotaping classical music concerts is similar to taping stage performances, but with two critical differences: the pace of the shooting is much slower, and the quality of the article is much more critical. Here's a guide to getting classical music concert videos right.
Feature - Posted 30 Mar 2007 By
Lee Rickwood | Here's a look at the latest and greatest event video-ready wireless-mic offerings from Sennheiser, Behringer, dB Technologies, Azden, Nady, and Zaxcom
Feature - Posted 28 Mar 2007
Cross-platform suite integrates video editing, audio, effects, graphics, and multimedia tools, with Blu-ray authoring added to Encore CS3; inclusion of On Location (nee DV Rack) and Ultra CS3 boon to corporate producers; Flash CS3 Pro bundled/integrated as well
Breaking News - Posted 27 Mar 2007
Celebratory pricing now available
Breaking News - Posted 26 Mar 2007
"Adrenaline Crush" now shipping worldwide
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2007
Wired for on-camera—and no-camera—audio recording
Feature - Posted 02 Mar 2007
Luisa Winters | Loop-based music creation is a technique that is being used in a lot of the programs that you see (and hear) on broadcast television today, and it can benefit our productions as well. Here's how to build loop-based soundtracts in Adobe Audition.
Feature - Posted 02 Mar 2007 By
Windows-only software includes 10 royalty-free music scores that can be custom-fit for any video project, and can be downloaded by users of Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Premiere Elements
Breaking News - Posted 14 Feb 2007
From Podcasting to Hip-Hop to Vocal and Karaoke Production, LightSnake Makes Computer Recording Easy For Anyone
Breaking News - Posted 23 Jan 2007
Royalty Free-Music Library And Flash Music Provider Beatsuite.Com Releases Collection Of Flash Loop CDs.
Breaking News - Posted 22 Jan 2007
Kris Malandruccolo | Volume 3 of Michael Aiken's acclaimed series of royalty-free music expressly designed for wedding and event videographers
Feature - Posted 20 Jan 2007 By
Legendary Drummer Joe Vitale And His Son Joe Vitale Jr. Introduce New Premium Collection Loop Library That Boasts Sophisticated, Royalty-Free Loops And Samples
Breaking News - Posted 17 Jan 2007
SoundTech Podcasting Kit is a Complete Solution to Create, Upload and Broadcast Original Podcasts
Breaking News - Posted 16 Jan 2007
Ed Wardyga | The Gadget Man's final word on stage event production.
Feature - Posted 03 Jan 2007 By
Lee Rickwood | Odds and ends, odds and ends; lost time is not found again.
Features - Posted 03 Jan 2007 By
Ben Balser | Need to balance or sweeten the audio for a multiclip video, using audio drawn from multiple sources? If you're working in Final Cut Studio, Soundtrack Pro's Multitrack interface is the answer, and here's your roundtrip tour.
Feature - Posted 14 Dec 2006 By
2006 was an action-packed year for new product releases in the event video space, from the pre-NAB launches of Adobe's Dynamic Linked Production Studio and SmartSound's Mood Mapped Sonicfire Pro 4, to the CMOS-charged HDV cameras that electrified IBC. And if the much-hyped debuts of HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc didn't make much of an impact in our business this year, there were plenty of new entries that did. We polled our contributing editors and columnists for their Best of 2006 list, and here we present the winners.
Feature - Posted 14 Dec 2006 By
A simple and unobtrusive solution for microphone protection
Breaking News - Posted 13 Dec 2006
Feature - Posted 01 Dec 2006 By
Wedding videographers can now license and download Sarah Featherstone's "We Are Man and Wife," featured on WB's One Tree Hill
Breaking News - Posted 27 Nov 2006
Stock20 has licensed popular holiday tunes
Breaking News - Posted 27 Nov 2006
New version of music soundtrack software adds innovative features and doubles content
Breaking News - Posted 21 Nov 2006
Level 1 in three part series available now
Breaking News - Posted 14 Nov 2006
Filmmakers will learn about SmartSound Sonicfire Pro 4 with Mood Mapping, the hottest tool in the industry for scoring their projects
Breaking News - Posted 10 Nov 2006
Combination 10 x 10 Pro Tools M-Powered-compatible digital audio interface and 8 x 2 analog mixer in one convenient package
Breaking News - Posted 10 Nov 2006
Session shows members how SmartSound's breakthrough Mood Mapping™ feature can give them advanced customization control over their music scores
Breaking News - Posted 02 Nov 2006
Users can now purchase royalty-free music from RevoStock.com for only $10 a track and sound effects for only $3
Breaking News - Posted 01 Nov 2006
From Podcasting to Hip-Hop to Vocal and Karaoke Production, LightSnake Makes Computer Recording Easy For Anyone
Breaking News - Posted 31 Oct 2006
New Audio Solution For Creative Professionals Provides Powerful Capabilities To Transform Audio For Web And Video Workflows
Breaking News - Posted 26 Oct 2006
Ben Balser | Over the next two months, we'll use Apple's Soundtrack Pro in two different ways to "round trip" your audio-enhanced sequences from and back to Final Cut Pro. In this installment, we'll look at noise reduction using Soundtrack Pro to edit an Audio File Project.
Feature - Posted 26 Oct 2006
Camtasia Studio to Feature iZotope's VocalEnhance and AudioRestore
Breaking News - Posted 25 Oct 2006
"International Mix" now shipping worldwide
Breaking News - Posted 17 Oct 2006
Enhanced solution delivers Blu-ray authoring tools and enhanced 3D and FX capabilities
Breaking News - Posted 16 Oct 2006
New Product Offers all Multi-format Capabilities of V-440HD in Compact, Installation-Friendly Unit
Breaking News - Posted 09 Oct 2006
Jan Ozer | Exposure to Digital Juice’s product line dramatically changed my view of production elements that I formerly considered static. Here's a look at their StackTraxx digital music offering.
Feature - Posted 06 Oct 2006
Will provide internal recording capabilities for radio, television, and live concert and event productions where professional sound quality and mobility are paramount
Breaking News - Posted 05 Oct 2006
Merrill Overturf | Truth be told, many of us cut corners when it comes to audio for video. This is no longer acceptable!
Feature - Posted 18 Sep 2006 By
Jan Ozer | When audio problems beyond your control arise on a shoot, it's nice to know your audio editor has features that can bail you out.
Feature - Posted 15 Sep 2006 By
34 ultra-high-quality videos and techniques for users of Melodyne studio, cre8, and uno
Breaking News - Posted 07 Sep 2006
Jan Ozer | This column isn't about shooting my first pro wedding. Rather, it's about an idea that was planted in my head while editing the footage.
The Moving Picture - Posted 05 Sep 2006 By
Jan Ozer | Sony's new Cinescore application ($199) goes head-to-head with SmartSound's Sonicfire Pro as a soundtracking tool for video producers. Cinescore's ever-growing library of royalty-free music is vast but often hard to search to find the track you want. Its customization options are extensive, but they feel more like an invitation to experiment and change your music than to fine-tune your selections, which I suspect is the goal for most of us.
Feature - Posted 05 Sep 2006 By
Luisa Winters | Many times during our video shoots we get persistent, intrusive noises like the hum of an air conditioner that we can't turn off or avoid with careful mic placement, and need to be cleaned up in post. Adobe Audition lets you do that quickly and efficiently with the Noise Reduction effect. Here's how it works.
Feature - Posted 05 Sep 2006 By
New compositional aids include JamSession Mode, Mastering Suite, and Sample Player
Breaking News - Posted 24 Aug 2006
Expects to deliver new versions of its industry-standard Avid Xpress Pro and Media Composer systems for all Intel-based Macs by December
Breaking News - Posted 17 Aug 2006
Anthony Burokas | Wireless mics make sure you can hear the talent, but how does the talent hear you? Recent advancements in other UHF systems have created some niche products that can be used in the production industry. The Conference Systems, Inc., (CSI) PT/PR400 Portable Sound Feed System is an 800MHz, frequency-agile system with 16 user-selectable channels that is very simple to use and proved to be very capable in the field.
Feature - Posted 10 Aug 2006 By
Company to offer exclusive product bundles that combine Sibelius and ProTools academic software with M-Audio products
Breaking News - Posted 03 Aug 2006
Tim Kennelly | SmartSound Sonicfire Pro (SFP) has been an excellent tool in the videographer's aresenal for years, supplying royalty-free, customizable soundtracks. Now SmartSound has upped the ante, introducing SFP 4 with Mood Mapping and the new Strata Series libraries. Adding the ability to adjust the mood and up to eight individual musical instrument tracks with both present choices and full manual control allows editors of all skill levels to use the software with effectiveness and precision.
Feature - Posted 28 Jul 2006 By
Pass the Ring: The Wedding Soundtrack Library and Incredible Vistas: Visual and Emotional Panoramas now available
Breaking News - Posted 26 Jul 2006
Lightweight multi-capsule microphone and fully featured compact mic-pre/control unit
Breaking News - Posted 12 Jul 2006
"Funky Town" and "Drum-n-Bass" now shipping worldwide
Breaking News - Posted 12 Jul 2006
This month's Wedding Score will be priced at $7 like other Stock20 releases
Breaking News - Posted 30 Jun 2006
Lee Rickwood | Several real-world mics, mic systems, and audio accessories that are well-suited for event videography are available now, and are described in this second of our two-part look at new tools for audio-for-video production.
Feature - Posted 27 Jun 2006 By
New MultiMedia Series and new additions to Theme Pack Series and WaveTrack Series now available
Breaking News - Posted 13 Jun 2006
Around 400 Avid Unity, Avid Media Composer, Avid Xpress Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro systems now include the award-winning SmartSound Sonicfire Pro 4 software and SmartSound's music library
Breaking News - Posted 13 Jun 2006
Includes the entirety of Stock20's six monthly releases since the company launched in December 2005
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jun 2006
New versions offer compatibility with Apple’s new Intel-based iMac, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini computers
Breaking News - Posted 02 Jun 2006
New universal suspension mount designed for standard shotgun microphones
Breaking News - Posted 02 Jun 2006
Lee Rickwood | Let's explore some new microphone products that are practical, affordable, and now or soon-to-be available to the videography market.
Features - Posted 30 May 2006 By
New approach lets users adjust the mix and feel of their music to match the changing mood of their production
Breaking News - Posted 10 Apr 2006
Stephen F. Nathans | Do you use copyrighted music in your event video productions without securing a license or paying for it? Here's a look at what the RIAA says about this widespread practice, and how we're working with them to solve the problems it creates. (Open the article and scroll down to vote in a READERS' POLL on this issue.)
Feature - Posted 02 Apr 2006 By
Anthony Burokas | With the arrival of HDV camcorders, it's time to step up our game with better audio recording. Here we compare three low-cost, solid-state audio recorders that may get us there: the Marantz PMD660, the Edirol R1, and the M-Audio Microtrack 24/96.
Feature - Posted 27 Mar 2006 By
Royalty-free music for media professionals
Breaking News - Posted 14 Mar 2006
Provides an enlarged collection of tools for producing high-end sound for film or video
Breaking News - Posted 13 Mar 2006
Designed for use with lavaliere mics, features integrated 12-hour recording capacity
Breaking News - Posted 21 Feb 2006
Introduces the APS 25b battery-powered speaker
Breaking News - Posted 05 Feb 2006
Upgrade makes several major development enhancements to the recording and MIDI capabilities of the program
Breaking News - Posted 20 Jan 2006
New 3250 series transmitters achieve noise suppression of up to 90dB and ensure a wide dynamic range and clear monitoring signals
Breaking News - Posted 14 Jan 2006
Designed for picking up speech, vocals and acoustic instruments, and, in particular, grand pianos
Breaking News - Posted 14 Jan 2006
Major upgrade features new versions of iPhoto, iMovie HD, iDVD, and GarageBand and introduces iWeb
Breaking News - Posted 14 Jan 2006
Digital Hybrid Wireless overcomes channel noise by combining digital audio with an analog FM wireless link
Breaking News - Posted 05 Jan 2006
Latest software release also features TDM support for FilterFreak, PhaseMistress, Tremolator and Crystallizer
Breaking News - Posted 16 Dec 2005
Doug Graham | Why on earth would an event videographer spend three days at a convention aimed at video production and distribution for government agencies? Read on...
Feature - Posted 06 Dec 2005 By
7,000 new royalty-free/copyright-free samples by internationally renowned producers and musicians showcase the hottest trends from clubs and studios
Breaking News - Posted 01 Dec 2005
For many of us—early adopters or not—2005 was the Year of HDV. But there was much more to 2005 than HDV. We saw scads of significant products released that had nothing to do with HDV and of course, event and corporate videographers the world over continuing to do dazzling, innovative, and effective everyday work with or without HDV. To provide readers with a highly subjective "Year in Review" report, we asked EventDV's many esteemed and opinionated columnists and contributing editors to reflect on the new products they saw in 2005 and tell us what struck them as the most exciting, and the biggest boon to their own work.
Feature - Posted 01 Dec 2005
12 Columnists and Contributing Editors choose 17 essential products for videographers released in 2005
Breaking News - Posted 30 Nov 2005
Cross-platform release supports all current Pro Tools systems running on Windows XP and Mac OS X Tiger computers
Breaking News - Posted 25 Nov 2005
DVD tutorials for Apple's flagship audio applications
Breaking News - Posted 04 Nov 2005
Features - Posted 19 Oct 2005 By
NetMix Pro sound library management system now integrated with APM production music library
Breaking News - Posted 11 Oct 2005
For those who bet that Apple would soon lead the way in integrated multi-application postproduction suites, Final Cut Studio pays off handsomely. There are some nice feature additions found in the individual application upgrades—for example, Final Cut Pro’s new multicam editing feature—but the four-tool Studio suite is much more than the sum of its parts.
Feature - Posted 11 Oct 2005 By
New sound and music library management system enables editors to search, audition, transfer, and manage sound effects and production music with one-click ease
Breaking News - Posted 10 Oct 2005
Audio effects package will ship in Q4 2005
Breaking News - Posted 10 Oct 2005
HFI-700 HSD combines Ultrasone S-Logic technology with DPA's 4088 head-worn directional microphone
Breaking News - Posted 06 Oct 2005
New Indie Film Music Pack gives filmmakers a head start on their movie soundtracks
Breaking News - Posted 15 Sep 2005
New battery supplied as a standard accessory with all Portadrives
Breaking News - Posted 15 Sep 2005
New pricing helps more video suite users score their movies faster and more professionally
Breaking News - Posted 01 Sep 2005
Latest interactive DVD training title in Magnet Media's Digital Media Training Series
Breaking News - Posted 21 Aug 2005
Preview versions of new UA-1000 and UA-101 drivers available for new Mac OS
Breaking News - Posted 22 Jul 2005
Professional large-diaphragm condenser microphone designed as a main and support microphone for studio and live applications
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jul 2005
Converts old music into 4-channel Surround Sound; records up to 7 CDs on a single DVD
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jun 2005
New 16-channel A/D D/A converters available from authorized dealers
Breaking News - Posted 19 May 2005
Artbeats customers to get SonicFire Pro with purchase of two-pack
Breaking News - Posted 16 May 2005
Doug Graham | Good audio is an essential part, maybe even the most essential part, of a good video.
Feature - Posted 16 May 2005
Producing stage-production videos doesn't require a degree in rocket science, but you may need some spe cialized equipment and "insider" tips on how to use it effectively. With the right tools and techniques, you'll be well on your way to producing videos that will have customers standing in line to put money in your pockets.
Feature - Posted 18 Apr 2005 - September 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 9] Issue By
Dolby Digital 5.1 Creator technology enables users to record home movies and home video soundtracks in Dolby Digital audio
Breaking News - Posted 09 Apr 2005
New pro tools plug-in enables instant remote recording, eliminates ISDN
Breaking News - Posted 08 Mar 2005
Lee Rickwood|Live event video production can be very popular, very effective, and very rewarding—often because there is little or no editing involved. Live audio mixers are essential equipment for successful live events.
Feature - Posted 18 Feb 2005 - KMWorld Buyer's Guide [September 1999] Issue By
Sound Forge Audio Studio is a lot like Sound Forge in the way Vegas Movie Studio is a lot like Vegas. It's fairly intuitive and quite easy to operate if you have some familiarity with other Sony Pictures tools. Of course, if you’re a Vegas editor working with Vegas 5, you’ve already got an NLE so jam-packed with audio features you may be able to get by quite well without an audio-specific editing application.
Feature - Posted 18 Feb 2005 - KMWorld Buyer's Guide [September 1999] Issue By
Stephen Nathans|ADS' Red Rover with Audition bundle combines Adobe’s powerful audio editor with ADS’ handy Red Rover remote controller.
Reviews - Posted 18 Feb 2005 - KMWorld Buyer's Guide [September 1999] Issue By
For many users, ACID is the go-to application for creating loops and mixing audio, and it’s a great tool for videographers who need to enhance their videos with snatches of royalty-free audio and looping clips. ACID Music Studio is the newest addition to the family, and it’s also part of another family—Sony’s new Studio group of products.
Reviews - Posted 18 Feb 2005 - KMWorld Buyer's Guide [September 1999] Issue By
Quicktracks embedded in PowerDirector 4 for "block"-method soundtrack development
Breaking News - Posted 31 Jan 2005
Software upgrade includes CD Architect 5.2
Breaking News - Posted 21 Jan 2005
Vote for your favorite production & post-production tools in 15 categories
Feature - Posted 17 Jan 2005 - July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7] Issue
First implementation of 5.1 Creator in consumer DVD camcorders
Breaking News - Posted 11 Jan 2005
Product offers video editing for home and office
Breaking News - Posted 17 Dec 2004
Product captures 10-bit uncompressed video
Breaking News - Posted 17 Dec 2004
Device utilizes new LED display
Breaking News - Posted 03 Dec 2004
Device utilizes new LED display
Breaking News - Posted 03 Dec 2004
Device can play, read, and store various media types in addition to burning CDs
Breaking News - Posted 03 Dec 2004
Examining lavs which can be matched to almost any sound recording system and shotgun mics which use a long slender isolation tube with a highly directional pattern optimized for distant pickup
Gear & Now - Posted 01 Dec 2004 - May 1998 [Volume 7, Issue 6] Issue By
Macintosh- compatible recorder produced from partnership with Elgato
Breaking News - Posted 19 Nov 2004
Service converts consumer CD’s to digital
Breaking News - Posted 19 Nov 2004
Portable media player uses Sigma media processor
Breaking News - Posted 19 Nov 2004
Audio converter offers large voice recognition vocabulary
Breaking News - Posted 12 Nov 2004
New mastering suite located at Disc Maker’s SoundLab
Breaking News - Posted 12 Nov 2004
Software offers native editing, compositing, and real-time effects
Breaking News - Posted 12 Nov 2004
Converter boasts 192kHz sample rate technology
Breaking News - Posted 29 Oct 2004
Avalon series offers range of models
Breaking News - Posted 15 Oct 2004
DTS introduces Pro Series 6.1 Surround Encoder and DTS Pro Series Network Encoder
Breaking News - Posted 08 Oct 2004
Geoff Daily | The perfect song is a hallmark of the perfect wedding. But what about the perfect wedding video? If you want to sync that song to your footage, you’ve got to pay the copyright holder, and without a scalable fee structure in place, owners of desirable copyrights are unlikely even to negotiate with videographers. Royalty-free music sources offer one alternative, as do original compositions. But if your competition promises the perfect song, copyright be damned, how can you keep up and still stay on the safe side of the law?
Feature - Posted 08 Sep 2004 - March 1998 [Volume 7, Issue 3] Issue By
Studio Necessities plug-ins integrate with a wide variety of audio software for audio pros and editors
Breaking News - Posted 07 Sep 2004
GarageBand is probably the most compelling new feature in iLife '04, a full-fledged music-creation package
Reviews - Posted 13 Jul 2004 - January 1998 [Volume 7, Issue 1] Issue By
It’s hard to beat Sonicfire Pro for all-around soundtrack creation flexibility and functionality. The interface is clean and intuitive, and it’s flat-out a breeze to learn. If you’re only going to buy one soundtrack creation tool, and you’re not a composer yourself, Sonicfire Pro’s the way to go.
Reviews - Posted 07 May 2004 By
Noise reduction and surround sound pioneer has announced Dolby Digital 5.1 Creator, which is designed to let software developers integrate 5.1 surround capability into consumer-level authoring tools.
Feature - Posted 30 Apr 2004 By
From its ease of use to the sheer volume of clips and effects, Soundtrack is yet another example of the philosophy that’s made Apple so successful on the content creation scene. Cuts, in and out points, and crossfades work the same way in audio as they do in video, and Soundtrack’s very NLE-like GUI will make video pros feel right at home.
Reviews - Posted 04 Mar 2004 - November 2005 Issue By
Final Cut Express 2, new Xserve G5 highlight announcements at show's 20th anniversary
Feature - Posted 07 Jan 2004 - October 2005 Issue By
Geoff Daily | Today's top digital audio workstation solutions bring sophisticated sound editing to desktop Macs and PCs with sub-$1000 price tags, modest learning curves, and fluid interchange with many NLEs.
Features - Posted 01 Dec 2003 - July/August 2005 Issue By
The tool is as robust and feature-rich as ever, and with a membership to Sony's Screenblast Web site, it's also more in tune than ever with the needs of digital video pros.
Features - Posted 21 Nov 2003 - July/August 2005 Issue By
Reviews - Posted 01 Mar 2003 - September 2004 Issue By