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In an article for Streaming Media Producer, Shawn Lam takes a look at the pros and cons of the difference types of video cameras available for webcasting. It includes an analysis of ENG Video Cameras, camcorders, PTZ CCTV and POV cameras, and Large Sensor Video Cameras.
Feature - Posted 14 Jun 2012 By
Jan Ozer | If you're a streaming producer you have to know how to produce H.264 for both Flash distribution and for mobile devices. Fortunately, Adobe Media Encoder makes this simple with multiple presets for desktop and mobile players which I'll show you how to find and customize in this tutorial.
Feature - Posted 06 Feb 2012 By
Magicsoft Stream Encoder works with the Blackmagic Intensity, Decklink or Multibridge products
Breaking News - Posted 23 Jan 2012
Chris Randall | If you're in the market for a new laptop for your SDEs, I highly recommend the HP EliteBook 8760w workstation. It's like taking a super-fast, full-sized tower computer and cramming it all into a laptop with an amazing display. With Adobe CS 5.5, the 8760w, and its built-in NVIDIA graphics card, you'll be ready to rock the SDE world!
Feature - Posted 09 Dec 2011 By
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
Shawn Lam | Organic search engine results should be the goal of most SEO campaigns, but businesses are spending 10 times more on paid search results. If you could solve the SEO problem and generate top-level organic results, you could tap into a huge potential market for your services among prospects searching for the type of services you offer online. This article will show you how video producers are well-positioned to offer a solution to that problem.
Feature - Posted 07 Dec 2011 By
Ron Dawson | Our industry's premier blogger and business-growth expert looks at the latest online, digital, and cloud-based solutions business, project, and customer relations management applications that will serve independent videographers as they look to systemize and grow their businesses and build a lasting and renewable client base.
Feature - Posted 05 Nov 2011 By
Key additions include seamless Squeeze Server integration; adaptive bitrate encoding for new formats, unprecedented x264 support and optimization; and enhanced GPU acceleration
Breaking News - Posted 05 Nov 2011
Lets users deliver H.264 files for the web, mobile devices, and Blu-ray up to five times faster than software alone without sacrificing quality.
Breaking News - Posted 05 Nov 2011
HD HERO2 iow available at GoPro.com, specialty retailers around the world, and at Best Buy for MSRP $299.99.
Breaking News - Posted 28 Oct 2011
David McKnight | Vegas Pro 11 was announced at IBC in September and is an exciting and much-anticipated upgrade to the cornerstone in Sony Creative Software's (SCS) media production line. It's available now at www.sonycreativesoftware.com for immediate download. There are some important changes afoot and in this review we're going to take a look at what's new, what's changed, what's missing, and whether or not you should upgrade from your current version.
Feature - Posted 17 Oct 2011 By
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
New set of cloud services for iPhone, iPod, Mac, and PC users
Breaking News - Posted 04 Oct 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
Provides up to six simultaneous channels of pro-quality audio recording to SD/SDHC media
Breaking News - Posted 12 Sep 2011
New free update for TriCaster users enables iPad, iPod, iPhone, Mac and all AirPlay apps to serve as live video/audio sources for HD portable live production systems
Breaking News - Posted 12 Sep 2011
Co-produced with Video2Brain, 3-hour workshop helps Adobe CS5.5 producers efficiently encode top-quality video for streaming, iDevices, and optical media
Breaking News - Posted 02 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
Shawn Lam | The Atomos Ninja has allowed me to improve my acquisition and delivery video quality using the same video camera I've been using. The best part is that the cost to upgrade my recording is relatively low compared to the cost of a new video camera, and it exceeds the recording quality of AVCHD, the codec that has replaced HDV. I'm also not a big fan of having to media-wrangle-that is, to change and dump cards while on-site-and having a 500GB hard drive means I can record 11 hours in LT, 7.5 hours in 422, or 5 hours in HQ before I need to switch to a second hard drive.
Feature - Posted 26 Aug 2011 By
Wirecast 4.1 is Mac OS X Lion compatible. Wirecast and Wirecast Pro webcasting software provide live switching, production, and streaming capabilities that enable Mac and Windows users to easily and cost-effectively create real-time and on-demand video broadcasts for the Web
Breaking News - Posted 01 Aug 2011
Highlights of the new releases include support for Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium, capture support for Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder, and presets for new H.264 encoding parameters in Adobe Media Encoder
Breaking News - Posted 27 Jun 2011
EventDV-TV - Posted 22 Jun 2011 By
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.
Feature - Posted 20 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 of iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches, Macs, and PCs to automatically and wirelessly store content in iCloud and automatically and wirelessly push it to all devices
Breaking News - Posted 06 Jun 2011
Stu Sweetow | Social media tools work well with large or small companies. Whether you're documenting the community support project for a major corporation, producing how-to videos for the local hardware store, or using interactive media to help brick-and-mortar stores to sell online, your skills in location video production and social media are welcome additions to businesses on the move.
Feature - Posted 03 Jun 2011 By
New features include enhancements to HTTP Live Streaming for Apple(r) iPhone(r) and iPad(tm) devices and improved Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) Smooth Streaming capabilities
Breaking News - Posted 31 May 2011
Following closely on the heels of EventDV announcement, EventDVLive announces its own Winners' Circle, highlight the best of NAB for video producers focusing on live production and live delivery
Feature - Posted 16 May 2011
TriCaster 850 EXTREME features revolutionary IsoCorder
Breaking News - Posted 11 May 2011
New book helps streaming producers navigate the confusing waters of live and on-demand delivery to multiple platforms, covering both adaptive and single file delivery
Breaking News - Posted 11 May 2011
Standalone solution for converting DSLR footage to edit-friendly formats includes new format support, frame rate options, proxy file codecs, and more
Breaking News - Posted 06 May 2011
Major Upgrade to Creative Suite Product Family Delivers Breakthroughs in video production and editing, HTML5 Authoring, Mobile App Development
Breaking News - Posted 02 May 2011
Anthony Burokas | In this age of "one device does everything," Roland-a name more associated with audio gear than video-has been producing some quite capable video mixers, recorders, and players. The company's latest mixer, the VR-5, 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. Sound too good to be true? Well, after working with the VR-5 I can tell you that they pull off nearly all of it with aplomb.
Feature - Posted 01 May 2011 By
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
Four lucky show attendees will win a TriCaster HD portable live production system
Breaking News - Posted 31 Mar 2011
Announces new dual-channel models in the StreamZ and StreamZHD families of studio encoding systems; StreamZHD Live ABR adaptive streaming encoder; and Flux family of video capture and pre-processing hardware
Breaking News - Posted 29 Mar 2011
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
Free app allows quick creation of H.264 video files for smart phones, iPad, the web, and Blu-ray
Breaking News - Posted 25 Mar 2011
Jan Ozer | Which gets us to the question, how powerful a notebook do you need to produce multiple streams, or even a single high-quality stream? The answer depends upon a number of factors, including the software program you're using to produce the event.
Feature - Posted 21 Mar 2011 By
New features within the Sorenson 360 online video platform (OVP) provide customers with increased flexibility and customizability to improve delivery of dynamic video content across the Web
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
All New Design is Thinner, Lighter & Faster with FaceTime, Smart Covers & 10 Hour Battery
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2011
Update Includes Faster Safari Performance, iTunes Home Sharing, AirPlay Improvements & New Personal Hotspot
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2011
Solution Fully Leverages Sorenson Media's Award-Winning Squeeze Encoding Technology, Adapted to the Enterprise with Flexible, High-Volume Video Encoding Capacity
Breaking News - Posted 01 Mar 2011
Two Recognized Leaders in Video Technology Innovation Collaborate to Create First-of-its-Kind Enterprise-Class Live Streaming Encoding Solution in the Cloud
Breaking News - Posted 14 Feb 2011
Sorenson Squeeze 7 Transforms Adaptive Bitrate Encoding from a Time-Consuming Nuisance to an Easy, Intuitive Experience
Breaking News - Posted 25 Jan 2011
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
Jan Ozer | I've always produced for DVD exclusively in 29.97i, but as the market transitions from CRTs to plasma, LCD, and OLED displays, I definitely want to understand how my interlacedproductions look before I shoot, edit, and render at 29.97i.
Feature - Posted 21 Dec 2010 By
Revamped, Expanded Site is One-Stop Referral Point for Online Video from Beginning to End
Breaking News - Posted 07 Dec 2010
H.264, 3D, IPTV and Blu-ray Capable High Speed Professional Encoding System
Breaking News - Posted 07 Dec 2010
Jan Ozer | So there I was, testing the single CPU, six-core HP Z400, trying to figure out the cost/benefits of the system versus the dual-CPU, 12-core HP Z800. When I started testing Adobe Production Premium CS5, the Z400 proved faster in every test. While I love these man-bites-dog stories, you don't run them without lots of testing, and ultimately, the situation got sorted out. In the process, I learned something about CS5 that might save you some rendering time down the road, which I'll share herein. I'll also quickly detail when it makes sense to consider a dual-CPU system for CS5, and when a single CPU will do just as well.
Feature - Posted 06 Dec 2010 By
Kris Malandruccolo | I've been asked by several bridal consultants if I could compile a list of apps that would be helpful to consultants and couples as plan their wedding day. I created a list of 50 wedding apps. This is my personal compilation of helpful wedding apps. My criteria for downloading apps to my iPhone is that they must receive a review of at least three stars (out of five).
The Reel Deal - Posted 01 Dec 2010 By
Mark & Trisha Von Lanken | Working with DSLR footage creates new challenges in post, from ingest to format support issues to audio sync, and it takes a skilled editor and powerful, versatile editing system to create a masterpiece from even the most stellar DSLR footage. Here's a look at how the Von Lankens have adapted their short-form edit workflow to work DSLR imagery into the mix.
Feature - Posted 30 Nov 2010 By
CineForm Collaboration with AJA Simplifies Direct Ingest and Output of Stereo 3D Files; Neo3D Support for Kona 3G Eliminates Need for Separate Stereo Multiplexing
Breaking News - Posted 15 Nov 2010
Built to Maximize Benefits of the Cloud, High-Volume Encoding Service Provides Dedicated Servers for Scalable, Reliable, Cost-Effective, Automated Solution
Breaking News - Posted 02 Nov 2010
Directly Convert and Compress any HD Camera Files to iPad Compatible files
Breaking News - Posted 01 Nov 2010
Content Owners Benefit from Easy-to-Use Video Analytics, Such as Number of Click-Throughs and Viewer Location
Breaking News - Posted 19 Oct 2010
Jan Ozer | So there I was, struggling for an idea for a column, and Steve Nathans-Kelly mentioned that there was growing interest in distributing HD event videos to clients over the internet. Fortunately, this dovetailed well with some research that I recently performed, so here we are. If you're considering distributing some or all of your wedding or event-related content over the internet in HD, you need to ask yourself at least four questions.
Feature - Posted 13 Oct 2010 By
New "Conference Recording" template and optimized redundancy make headlines; broadcast live conferences and industry events straight from your Mac
Breaking News - Posted 06 Oct 2010
New video project review tool takes the pain out of screening videos for clients
Breaking News - Posted 05 Oct 2010
Shawn Lam | As with all full-step NLE upgrades, Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 promised myriad new features and workflow enhancements, but the most promising by far is its new 64-bit architecture, the inclusion of the Mercury Playback Engine and GPU acceleration, all of which purported to meet the HD editor's need for speed. Se we set out to see if, and by how much, CS5 was faster than CS4. Here's what we discovered.
Feature - Posted 01 Oct 2010 By
Jan Ozer | If you're shooting in 24p, you should deliver your projects in 24p. This sounds obvious and simple, but it can get surprisingly complex depending upon your choice of encoding and authoring tool. I just spent 2 weeks comparing MPEG-2 encoders, and I saw a surprising difference in quality and ability to deliver 24p footage that Apple's DVD Studio Pro could import and the quality Adobe Encore was able to achieve without re-encoding. In this column, I'll discuss those findings and detail the best workflows for producing 24p DVDs.
Feature - Posted 15 Sep 2010 By
Innovative cloud controls complete HTML5-ready video system with ads and channels
Breaking News - Posted 15 Sep 2010
Improved Filtering Capabilities Include Enhanced Faster De-Interlacing, Image Rotation and Optimized Color Conversion
Breaking News - Posted 14 Sep 2010
Miniature 10-bit 4:2:2 flash disk recorder mounts easily on digital cameras and accessories
Breaking News - Posted 10 Sep 2010
Show Highlights Include New 3D for Blu-ray Disc Transcoding Application, Plug-ins for Adobe® Premiere Pro CS5 and Final Cut Pro
Breaking News - Posted 10 Sep 2010
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | EventDV's official recap of WEVA's historic 20th annual Wedding & Event Video Expo
Feature - Posted 03 Sep 2010 By
New Singular Software Presto application automates the daunting task of piecing together presenter and slideshow, yielding professional videos that are easy to share
Breaking News - Posted 31 Aug 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
Professional video processor and converter to edit friendly formats
Breaking News - Posted 12 Aug 2010
...but it will probably get you up to the plate for future at-bats, as Google's latest move in online video will demonstrate.
Feature - Posted 02 Aug 2010 By
With Safari Extensions Gallery, users can quickly find extensions that add powerful new features to Safari, from toolbars that display live web feeds to sophisticated programs that filter web content. Safari 5.0.1 allows users to download and install extensions either from the Safari Extensions Gallery or directly from a developer's site
Breaking News - Posted 28 Jul 2010
captures live video directly from the camera, encodes it using advanced video compression and streams it over ethernet or WiFi up to 1080p@23.98/24/25Hz, 1080i @ 50/59.94/60Hz, 720p@50/59.94/60Hz
Breaking News - Posted 19 Jul 2010
Tim Siglin | WebM is a new format that Google has offered to the online video community, consisting of both an open source audio and video codec under the file extension .webm. It promises high-quality video (though not necessarily better-than-H.264 as claimed), smooth playback, and YouTube support, plus it's free, and it has Google behind it. So is it a win-win for us, as content producers, and for our clients and other web video consumers?
Feature - Posted 16 Jul 2010 By
Provides electronically delivered software for end users
Breaking News - Posted 15 Jul 2010
Immediate availability announced today
Breaking News - Posted 14 Jul 2010
Ben Balser | How I shot, edited, and exported a short film from my iPhone 4 and why I think this is a glimpse into the future of video production, consumer to videographer to broadcast.
Feature - Posted 12 Jul 2010 By
Most Complete Platforms for Adobe Creative Suite 5 Production Premium Now Shipping
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jul 2010
New features in version 3.3 include enhanced Apple iPad and iPhone encoding, script command insertion, open caption overlay, Vobile VideoDNA fingerprinting support and more
Breaking News - Posted 29 Jun 2010
Jan Ozer | The launch of Adobe CS5 brings to bear the obvious comparison with Final Cut Studio (FCS). Since life has been far too quiet lately, I decided to tackle this subject, but from the perspective of the totally new user, not the experienced user who would rather fight than switch. In other words, what would you say if a total newbie asked, "Which should I use, FCS 3 or Adobe CS5?"
Feature - Posted 24 Jun 2010 By
A New Choice for HD Monitoring at $449
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jun 2010
Acuitas eliminates the traditional, serial-based, proprietary boxes within the broadcast chain by using all off-the-shelf, IT-based components and a true Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) to provide high definition playout, graphics, effects, and switching
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jun 2010
Jan Ozer | In this column, I'll discuss how to encode video for the iPad. What's that you ask? Do I have one? Well, sure, certainly. What do I think? Well, at this writing I've only had it for a grand total of less than a day, but I've already formed some strong impressions. Actually, I have a bunch of them, some not my own.
Feature - Posted 02 Jun 2010
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | A few scattered thoughts on the 2010 National Association of Broadcasters show
The Nonlinear Editor - Posted 02 Jun 2010 By
Ben Balser | MediaShare isn't as powerful as a full-fledged asset management and automation application such as Final Cut Server, which you'd be spending a lot more money on to set up and implement. MediaShare is a smaller system; it's easier to implement, and it's geared toward smaller operations or studios that need some form of cloud-based collaboration tool or a cloud-based review-and-approval tool in its most basic form.
Feature - Posted 31 May 2010 By
Ben Balser | In Final Cut Studio 3, there is a new Share option under the File menu in Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Compressor. This month's Cut Lines lays out an easy way to create a custom export preset, designed for your own specific needs, that will show up in the Share window for fast, easy export and publishing.
Tutorials - Posted 31 May 2010 By
Jan Ozer | There's no doubt that if the iPad is a raging success, it will put pressure on many mainstream websites to support HTML5; otherwise, iPad users won't be able to view video or advertisements on their sites. Taking the iPad out of the picture for a moment, what's the short-term prognosis for HTML5?
Feature - Posted 07 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
Tim Siglin | What can an online video platform (OVP) such as Brightcove, Ooyala, or Sorenson do for you and your business?
Feature - Posted 03 May 2010 By
New launch date: end-of-May
Breaking News - Posted 14 Apr 2010
Roving reporter Shawn Lam reports from NAB in Las Vegas in this three-part EventDV-TV series
Feature - Posted 14 Apr 2010 By
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
Sorenson Media Empowers Developers to Easily Integrate the Broadest Range of Video Solutions with Release of Easy-to-Use Sorenson 360 API
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2010
Matrox Convert DVI lets broadcasters easily and economically get Skype, YouTube, and mobile phone videos to air
Breaking News - Posted 02 Mar 2010
WEVA's first-ever Virtual Expo opens tomorrow, Feb. 17, at 11am EST
Breaking News - Posted 16 Feb 2010
Adobe has redesigned their entire video rendering and playback engine to harness the NVIDIA CUDA parallel processing architecture of Quadro graphics processing units (GPUs)
Breaking News - Posted 11 Feb 2010
Jan Ozer | Apple's recent iPad announcement had a strong impact on three groups: broadcasters, technology enthusiasts, and just about anyone concerned with the survival of the newspaper industry. Since discussions in these areas provide a great view of the iPad's strengths and weaknesses, I thought that I would detail them here.
Feature - Posted 08 Feb 2010 By
New OVP enables video professionals and small- to medium-size businesses to easily publish the highest-quality video on their Web sites in minutes and at an affordable price
Breaking News - Posted 14 Jan 2010
Upgrades free for existing customers
Breaking News - Posted 13 Jan 2010
TriCaster TCXD300 redefines portable live production with benefits that include high definition and standard definition (HD and SD) live multi-camera switching, full HD streaming, live HD virtual sets, HD titling, HD digital disk recording, HD editing, audio mixing, efficient workflow, multiple effects layers
Breaking News - Posted 17 Dec 2009
neration System Enables Delivery of Both High-Quality HD or SD Video Over IP for a Wide Range of Broadcasting Applications
The Main Event - Posted 17 Dec 2009
VideoPort SBS, VideoPort SBS Plus and VideoPort Enterprise feature display of the remote desktop and implements a more efficient echo suppression algorithm
The Main Event - Posted 16 Dec 2009
Jan Ozer | What you need to know (or at least what Adobe will tell you now) about the new Mercury Playback Engine in Adobe Production Premium "CSNext"
Feature - Posted 07 Dec 2009 By
Jan Ozer | Few things in life are as opaque as working with YouTube—a black box with irresistible appeal to most video producers. Trying to discern how to produce the absolute best quality has consumed boatloads of my time in the past. Recently, however, a concert event client asked me to post six videos to YouTube, and I dove in again. Here's what I found out
Feature - Posted 29 Nov 2009 By
Video professionals using Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Eyeon Fusion 6 and Photoshop will immediately notice a more fluid and intuitive response, with Windows 7's newly enhanced stability and advanced memory management
Breaking News - Posted 08 Nov 2009
Portable, Professional I/O for the Mac with Matrox MAX Technology for Faster Than Realtime H.264 Encoding
Breaking News - Posted 26 Oct 2009
Stand-alone software solution that produces professional results at an affordable price
Breaking News - Posted 23 Oct 2009
Report shows video to be the top online marketing priority for 2010, beating out both email and search marketing
Breaking News - Posted 22 Oct 2009
Features include ultra-fast single-server HD transcoding, YouTube fingerprinting, faster Avid workflow support, audio loudness detection and correction, broadcast server HD MXF support, Dolby E support and more
Breaking News - Posted 20 Oct 2009
Jan Ozer | Although you may not have heard the term "online video platform" (OVP) before, you will soon, and OVP service providers are becoming increasingly important. Here I'll explain why, and I'll discuss factors to consider if you or a customer decide to choose one.
The Moving Picture - Posted 12 Oct 2009 - October 2009 Issue By
Jan Ozer | Although you may not have heard the term "online video platform" (OVP) before, you will soon, and OVP service providers are becoming increasingly important. Here I'll explain why, and I'll discuss factors to consider if you or a customer decide to choose one.
Feature - Posted 12 Oct 2009 By
Ben Balser | Final Cut Studio 2009, the long-anticipated new release of Apple's eminent postproduction suite, delivers no major overhaul of anything, just a few little touches applied to most of the applications that can save you a ton of time during your postproduction process. Although none of the new features, taken by themselves, represent anything mind-blowing, together they make for a faster, easier workflow that will save you a lot of time.
Feature - Posted 06 Oct 2009 By
Ben Balser | Final Cut Studio 2009, the long-anticipated new release of Apple's eminent postproduction suite, delivers no major overhaul of anything, just a few little touches applied to most of the applications that can save you a ton of time during your postproduction process. Although none of the new features, taken by themselves, represent anything mind-blowing, together they make for a faster, easier workflow that will save you a lot of time.
Features - Posted 06 Oct 2009 - October 2009 Issue By
Speakers include Larry Jordan, Ben Balser, Bruce Nazarian, Alexis Van Hurkman
Breaking News - Posted 05 Oct 2009
Shawn Lam | This is a review of Adobe's Speech to Text feature, which is found in both Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 and Soundbooth CS4. I'm stating this upfront because somewhere along the line in the 4 months since I was commissioned to test and write about this new feature and when and I completed my review, I decided that I would be doing a disservice to my readers by spending the entire article discussing a feature that is just a bit ahead of its time, while ignoring one (Dynamic Link) that has been around for a few versions but is finally fully functional.
In the Studio - Posted 01 Oct 2009 - October 2009 Issue By
Shawn Lam | This is a review of Adobe's Speech to Text feature, which is found in both Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 and Soundbooth CS4. I'm stating this upfront because somewhere along the line in the 4 months since I was commissioned to test and write about this new feature and when and I completed my review, I decided that I would be doing a disservice to my readers by spending the entire article discussing a feature that is just a bit ahead of its time, while ignoring one (Dynamic Link) that has been around for a few versions but is finally fully functional.
Feature - Posted 01 Oct 2009 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | WEVA Expo 2009 delivered a bold mix of new speakers, live streaming experiments, discussions of fusion trends present and future, and a rollicking networking experience in a crackerjack new venue that seemed almost tailor-made for the wedding and event video industry's largest convention and tradeshow.
Feature - Posted 28 Sep 2009 By
Broadcasters, Entertainment Enterprises, and Sports Organizations Rely on Inlet to Power Live and On-Demand iPhone Content
Breaking News - Posted 15 Sep 2009
Designed in response to customer feedback, the site offers users new ways to experience and access Adobe TV episodes through streamlined navigation, robust search options, customization features and interactive capabilities
Breaking News - Posted 09 Sep 2009
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | Have you ever dreamed of doing a wedding shoot in which the guests and wedding party already knew and loved your work, and so they showered you with compliments throughout the day? Or one in which youy got the most candid, natural shots of even a camera-shy couple? Enter the Save the Date video: a short film produced far in advance of the wedding and distributed via your blog, Facebook fan page, Vimeo, or—less commonly—on DVD, in lieu of traditional Save the Date cards.
Feature - Posted 08 Sep 2009 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Snö, the latest mini-epic concept film from Kevin Shahinian's Pacific Pictures, is a watershed moment for our industry.
Feature - Posted 04 Sep 2009 By
New software for DeckLink, Intensity and Multibridge models is available for download now!
Breaking News - Posted 31 Aug 2009
New P2 Mobile Adds Enhanced Editing, Split Screen Viewing, Network Connectivity, Optional AVCHD Support and More
Breaking News - Posted 26 Aug 2009
In [ critics ], Steve Weiss and Philip Bloom candidly explore a wide range of video categories across many genres and artistic levels: short films, artistic videos, documentaries, music videos, animated shorts, and commercial video
Breaking News - Posted 19 Aug 2009
Loyd Calomay | Hollywood Spoofmaster Loyd Calomay takes EventDV-TV viewers behind the scenes of his HEROES spoof in this 2-part series.
Feature - Posted 16 Aug 2009 By
New cast features producer Ron Dawson, cinematographer Patrick Moreau, and filmmaker Kevin Shahinian
Breaking News - Posted 13 Aug 2009
Episodes feature Kristen*, John Goolsby, Joe Simon, Patrick Moreau, Ron Dawson, and Kevin Shahinian; highlight avant-garde wedding filmmaking and cinematic storytelling
Breaking News - Posted 05 Aug 2009
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | A conversation with Zacuto's Steve Weiss about his groundbreaking webisodic TV series, FilmFellas, which, beginning this week, will air a series of programs starring five legends of the wedding and event filmmaking world: John Goolsby, Kristen*, Joe Simon, Patrick Moreau, Kevin Shahinian, and Ron Dawson
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Conference to be held at the Pasadena Convention Center on September 22-24, 2009
Breaking News - Posted 02 Aug 2009
Silverlight 3 support further extends the proven abilities of Digital Rapids' award-winning solutions for delivering unparalleled, high-quality, live and on-demand online video experiences
Breaking News - Posted 28 Jul 2009
Hal Slifer's 3 Questions goes on location in Plymouth, Newton, and Massachusetts' North Shore; bids farewell to the photomontage; sings the praises of the same-day edit; and looks ahead to the upcoming WEVA Expo.
Feature - Posted 27 Jul 2009
Enhancements Further Sorenson 360's Capability and Reputation for Delivering Unparalleled Quality, Control, Ease-of-Use and Affordability to Video Professionals
Breaking News - Posted 23 Jul 2009
Jan Ozer | By now you've heard that there's a new version of Final Cut Studio shipping from Apple. What's new? Well, it starts with a new price of $999, $300 less than Final Cut Studio 2. You can upgrade to the new suite from any previous version, even Final Cut Pro 1.0, for $299. All suite components were upgraded (to varying degrees) except for DVD Studio Pro—which, as you may recall, wasn't upgraded in the previous suite either. Fear not, however (are you sitting down?): The suite upgrade does enable a modest level of Blu-ray Disc authoring. Read on for more details.
Feature - Posted 23 Jul 2009
New Versions of Final Cut Pro, Motion, Soundtrack Pro, Color and Compressor
Breaking News - Posted 23 Jul 2009
David McKnight | Whether you upload video to YouTube, Vimeo, or Facebook or host it on your own blog or website, at some point you need to get video from the Vegas timeline to the web. In this tutorial, we're going to discuss exporting from Vegas to Flash and H.264/MPEG-4.
Tutorials - Posted 15 Jul 2009 By
Completely rewritten edition of low-cost book of encoding recipes for H.264, WMV or Flash using Compressor, Episode or Squeeze
Breaking News - Posted 13 Jul 2009
Latest Release of Inlet's Spinnaker Includes Adaptive Streaming Support, Multi-encoder Synchronization and Audio Enhancements
Breaking News - Posted 10 Jul 2009
Jan Ozer | H.264 is today's "it" codec because it was jointly created by the ISO and ITU, two standards bodies that together control the cell phone, television, and computer industries. Throw in the fact that Apple, Adobe, and Microsoft (for Silverlight) have all adopted H.264, and you've got a technology with lots of mojo.
The Moving Picture - Posted 01 Jul 2009 - August 2009 Issue By
Matrox MXO2 Product Line Now Available with Matrox MAX Technology for Faster Than Realtime High Definition H.264 File Creation
Breaking News - Posted 15 Jun 2009
Plug-In for Adobe Premiere Pro software helps videographers edit high-definition video in multiple formats
Breaking News - Posted 08 Jun 2009
Marc Franklin | The hottest new announcements and releases of NAB 2009 for the videography world
Features - Posted 05 Jun 2009 - June 2009 Issue By
New Hosted Service Accelerates Website Design With Cross-Browser and OS Compatibility Testing
Breaking News - Posted 03 Jun 2009
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
Jan Ozer | As many of you have already discovered, creating videos for small to midsize businesses gives videographers a nice opportunity to branch out into new markets. Here are some tips on how to do it well.
Feature - Posted 18 May 2009 By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | What is In[Focus] 2010 and what's with all those viral videos?
Feature - Posted 17 May 2009 By
A team of Apple executives, led by Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing, will deliver the keynote.
Breaking News - Posted 13 May 2009
Technology Yields up to 588% Faster Processing Speeds for High Definition Video Encoding
Breaking News - Posted 13 May 2009
Stu Sweetow | Watching an event you missed on DVD is the next best thing to being there, but wouldn't it be even better if you could watch it live, regardless of your location? A number of streaming and webcasting services and products scaled and tailored to the event market are now making this possible, and in turn they are adding a new dimension to the services event videographers are able to provide.
Features - Posted 06 May 2009 - May 2009 Issue By
A few thoughts on the 2008 EventDV 25
The Nonlinear Editor - Posted 04 May 2009 - May 2009 Issue By
A few thoughts on the 2008 EventDV 25
Feature - Posted 04 May 2009 By
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
EventDV-TV - Posted 04 May 2009
Ed Wardyga | I keep hearing about fellow video professionals—especially those who specialize in weddings—lamenting the decreases in their business. Economic downturns do affect everyone, but all that is required to survive and even prosper is a willingness to do two things: diversify, and keep a keen eye out for opportunities.
Amen Corner - Posted 03 May 2009 - May 2009 Issue By
Ed Wardyga | I keep hearing about fellow video professionals—especially those who specialize in weddings—lamenting the decreases in their business. Economic downturns do affect everyone, but all that is required to survive and even prosper is a willingness to do two things: diversify, and keep a keen eye out for opportunities.
Feature - Posted 03 May 2009 By
TriCasters purchased before June 27 can be exchanged for full purchase price credit towards new models announced at the 2009 NAB Show
Breaking News - Posted 17 Apr 2009
TV Worldwide to Produce Live "On Air. On Time. On Budget." Webcast from JVC Booth
Breaking News - Posted 17 Apr 2009
New features in version 3.0 include significantly expanded compression and container format support (including Avid DNxHD(r), enhanced H.264 and more); new audio plug-in capabilities and third-party plug-in compatibility; enhanced Closed Caption support
Breaking News - Posted 15 Apr 2009
Jan Ozer | Not to rant, but the QuickTime Reference Movie has better PR people than Peyton Manning, creating a legacy that the reality doesn't quite match.
The Moving Picture - Posted 30 Mar 2009 - April 2009 Issue By
Integration with popular live streaming service providers Mogulus and Ustream and support for Adobe Flash technology now available in Wirecast webcasting software
Breaking News - Posted 25 Mar 2009
May 20 event to feature all-star speaking lineup with Patrick Moreau and Michael Wong, Lance Gray, Chris Chibucos, Kevin Shahinian, and Keith Kelly
Breaking News - Posted 24 Mar 2009
Jan Ozer | In this first installment and episode of Streaming Video Peer Review, streaming video expert and Moving Picture columnist Jan Ozer analyzes an online corporate video by McKinsey & Company for background, lighting and exposure, audio, editing, and encoding.
Feature - Posted 23 Mar 2009 By
Upgrade also offers streaming flexibility by adding H.264
Breaking News - Posted 18 Mar 2009
Rackmountable USB Video Capture Solution
Breaking News - Posted 18 Mar 2009
Features - Posted 16 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
Steve Yankee | One big advantage we have as videographers is that we're visual artists. In the social networking world, visuals rock!
Strictly Business - Posted 05 Mar 2009 - March 2009 Issue By
Shawn Lam | The primary benefit of the Matrox RT.X2 LE is that even after you add several effects and layers of video, your video preview is done in real time. In addition, once you're done editing, the subsequent export does not first require rendering time for the effects and layers before encoding.
In the Studio - Posted 05 Mar 2009 - March 2009 Issue By
Jan Ozer | What are the 5 most common mistakes made by video producers when producing or preparing their video for streaming? In a sneak preview of his upcoming Streaming Media East seminar exclusively for EventDV readers, Jan Ozer explains these errors and tells you how to avoid them.
The Moving Picture - Posted 02 Mar 2009 - March 2009 Issue By
Thousands will gather at industry's most popular symposium on April 21, 2009
Breaking News - Posted 23 Feb 2009
New training video gives users expert instruction on optimizing image quality and content repurposing; mastering new features found in the industry standard Episode 5.1 compression tools
Breaking News - Posted 20 Feb 2009
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
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
Joe McManus | This month we'll look at the AVCHD format and how it fits into your Final Cut Pro workflow.
Tutorials - Posted 31 Jan 2009 - February 2009 Issue By
Jan Ozer | So, you've been shooting in high definition for a while now, and you are ready to start posting HD sample clips on the web that actually reflect the quality of the footage you're capturing in your camera and editing in your NLE. You have two options: Do it yourself or use a service. Here's what you'll need to know with each approach.
Features - Posted 30 Jan 2009 - February 2009 Issue By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Introducing EventDV-TV, EventDV's forthcoming video channel, which will debut in February on www.eventdv-tv.com.
The Nonlinear Editor - Posted 26 Jan 2009 - February 2009 Issue By
January 2009 EventDV Table of Contents
Features - Posted 01 Jan 2009 By
Ben Balser | This month we'll look at exporting your Final Cut Pro Sequence into an H.264 file for the internet. We'll take you through three methods of doing this that are not difficult, starting with the easiest first.
Tutorials - Posted 01 Jan 2009 - January 2009 Issue By
Jan Ozer | Accelerating Encoding on Multicore Mac and Windows Workstations
Features - Posted 29 Dec 2008 - January 2009 Issue By
Network-style virtual sets for TriCaster PRO, TriCaster STUDIO, TriCaster BROADCAST and VT[5]
Breaking News - Posted 09 Dec 2008
December 2008 EventDV Table of Contents
We consulted our crack team of contributing editors and columnists on what they saw as the game-changing products and trends in the event video industry in 2008. The envelope please...
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Marc Franklin | In November 2007 we looked at some practical options for video editors making the switch from the DV to HDV workflow on the Windows XP/PC platform. This time around we'll address some of the same issues on the Mac side.
Features - Posted 01 Dec 2008 - December 2008 Issue By
Network-style, customizable graphic templates for TriCaster, VT[5], SpeedEDIT, and LiveText
Breaking News - Posted 25 Nov 2008
Now offers Video Conversion for Thirteen Popular Devices Including 4th Generation iPod Nano, iPhone 3G, and Sony Walkman
Breaking News - Posted 21 Nov 2008
With new low-cost TriCaster DUO, elementary and middle schools can produce network-style live television newscasts
Breaking News - Posted 06 Nov 2008
Features Blu-Ray Disc, DVD, and DivX Ultra Authoring, AVCHD File Import, Fast HD Video Editing, 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio Input/Output, Slideshow Creation, and More
Breaking News - Posted 06 Nov 2008
November 2008 EventDV Table of Contents
NVIDIA CUDA technology offloads much of the processing required for TMPGEnc 4.0 XPress from the CPU to the GPU
Breaking News - Posted 30 Oct 2008
Convert AVCHD video to other formats supported by Windows Media Player, Movie Maker and Premiere
Breaking News - Posted 29 Oct 2008
The best way to learn about H.264 video and how to use it and how not to use it is to study iTunes podcasts. I did, and here's what I found.
The Moving Picture - Posted 20 Oct 2008 - November 2008 Issue By
Microsoft announces new rich Internet applications development and streaming media features; company outlines plans for supporting Windows, Mac and Linux tools for developing Silverlight applications
Breaking News - Posted 16 Oct 2008
Milestone Release Radically Improves Creative Workflow Efficiency; Redefines Collaboration Between Designers and Developers
Breaking News - Posted 14 Oct 2008
October 2008 EventDV
Features - Posted 01 Oct 2008
Tim Siglin | Sometimes things just don't go as planned. As we get ready for the holidays, including church pageants and celebrations that have to be recorded, broadcast, or streamed, it's worth taking a moment to think about contingency plans. Should you roll tapes in the cameras as well as at the master recorder? Is it time to buy a disk-based recording device to act as a backup to the master recorder? These issues were brought home a few weeks ago when a client emailed in a panic.
Amen Corner - Posted 01 Oct 2008 - October 2008 Issue By
Stu Sweetow | Rather than remove videographers' clips that contain unlicensed music (which are now a very common occurrence on YouTube and other user-generated content sites), YouTube is now pairing advertising for the music labels with the video clips.
Feature - Posted 26 Sep 2008 By
Radical Workflow Breakthroughs, New Levels of Flash Expressiveness and Integration Anchor Adobe's Biggest Software Release
Breaking News - Posted 23 Sep 2008
Combines the feature richness and format flexibility of a software solution with real-time performance traditionally only available in hardware
Breaking News - Posted 12 Sep 2008
Episode software now for PC and Mac enables fast, high-quality, easy-to-use content repurposing to virtually any format
Breaking News - Posted 10 Sep 2008
Innovative, next-generation professional web video encoding and publishing software for Mac OS X offers unmatched quality, efficiency and power
Breaking News - Posted 04 Sep 2008
September 2008 EventDV
Features - Posted 01 Sep 2008
Tim Siglin | One request I get frequently from consulting clients and readers of this column is how to speed up transcoding. While there's a significant amount of confusion on which streaming format or codec to choose, speeding up the transcoding process is equally misunderstood in terms of what the best approach should be.
Amen Corner - Posted 01 Sep 2008 - September 2008 Issue
Divergent Media announced today the immediate availability of ClipWrap, a Macintosh application that batch converts m2t files to QuickTime HDV files for immediate editing
Breaking News - Posted 19 Aug 2008
VideoSpace's easy to use interface has made it the industry standard disk space calculator
Breaking News - Posted 05 Aug 2008
August 2008 EventDV: Features, Tutorials, Columns, and Departments.
Features - Posted 01 Aug 2008
August 2008 EventDV
Jan Ozer | When producing and compressing corporate video for the web, set design can have a profound effect on both the perceived and actual quality of the video you deliver. This article describes what works and what doesn't, and lists approaches you can use in a variety of shooting scenarios.
Features - Posted 01 Aug 2008 - August 2008 Issue By
New tool reveals how to optimize quality and encoding efficiency in Final Cut Studio
Breaking News - Posted 22 Jul 2008
MainConcept Reference 1.5 Brings Multi-Codec Support to a Variety of Markets Including Post Production, Broadcast, Cinema, Internet & Mobile TV and IPTV solutions
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
Over 500 Native Applications for iPhone & iPod touch Available at Launch
Breaking News - Posted 10 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
Steve Yankee | If you give your customers a little extra, you'll get an extra measure of appreciation in return—and good customer relations is all about having your clients appreciate you more than they do your competition.
Strictly Business - Posted 01 Jul 2008 - July 2008 Issue By
Leading Software Developer and Industry Solutions Provider Join Forces to Enhance Video Editing Workflow
Breaking News - Posted 25 Jun 2008
NewTek TriCaster upgrade includes MPEG-2 live recording, Adobe Flash streaming, and virtual sets for additional TriCaster models
Breaking News - Posted 23 Jun 2008
Once you've chosen a codec, you have to choose an encoding tool. In this column, I'll outline the codec-specific and automation-related questions you should ask before using or buying an encoding tool, and then describe the three levels of encoding tools.
The Moving Picture - Posted 20 Jun 2008 - August 2008 Issue By
Now Users can Convert AVCHD Camcorder Footage into a Variety of Popular Video Formats
Breaking News - Posted 18 Jun 2008
Todd Gillespie | Critical Skills for Streaming Producers should be the ultimate resource for any producer who is working with video and/or streaming. Not only does this DVD teach critical skills for streaming producers, as the title promises, but it teaches skills that all content producers need to know, including videographers of every stripe who either promote or distribute their work online.
Continuing Education - Posted 06 Jun 2008 - August 2008 Issue By
Jan Ozer | At this writing I'm just back from NAB, and wanted to let you know what's up with Blu-ray. I'll cover the recorder/printer market first, then move to software, then touch on replication.
The Moving Picture - Posted 01 Jun 2008 - June 2008 Issue By
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Where does the skilled and diligent professional shooter and editor fit in the emergent "publish, then filter" world of the Web 2.0 era?
The Nonlinear Editor - Posted 01 Jun 2008 - June 2008 Issue By
Stu Sweetow | Some recent advances in mobile media could provide opportunities for video producers to market and distribute their work. Let's take a look at several recent developments in mobile multimedia, as well as others that are in the works, and how they'll affect videographers who are looking to go mobile.
Features - Posted 01 Jun 2008 - June 2008 Issue By
Features - Posted 28 May 2008
TriCaster STUDIO, TriCaster PRO and TriCaster deliver major new customer benefits in the revolutionary product line
Breaking News - Posted 13 May 2008
Provides digital broadcast tools including virtual sets for live production anywhere
Breaking News - Posted 01 May 2008
New Software Offers Output and Burn to Blu-ray Disc and DVD-Video Plus 171 Video Transition Effects to Create Customized Videos
Breaking News - Posted 01 May 2008
Technology and Content Innovators to Drive Consistent Rich Internet Experiences Across Multiple Screens
Breaking News - Posted 01 May 2008
Jan Ozer | Back in the DV days, life was simpler. Now you need to be conversant in LongGOP, MPEG-2, AVCHD, and AVC-I, and you must know the raster and display resolutions (not to mention bit depths) of all of the candidates to choose your HD format. If you believe that tape is on the way out, as I do, MXF should be on your radar screen. You should also make sure your NLE provides the optimal platform for editing MXF content.
The Moving Picture - Posted 01 May 2008 - May 2008 Issue By
Joe McManus | Apple entered the battle for the living room entertainment market in 2007 with the release of the Apple TV device. It's begun to claim a modest amount of market share in the world of consumer set-top boxes lately, but it has professional applications too. Inside that unimposing plastic shell is a powerful multimedia device that can be invaluable in your studio.
In the Studio - Posted 01 May 2008 - May 2008 Issue By
Philip Hinkle | When I took delivery of a new Sony BWU-200S 4X BD burner, my goal was to deliver wedding videos, with menus, on Blu-ray Disc, for minimal additional investment. Here's the workflow I developed, and how I got there.
Features - Posted 01 May 2008 - May 2008 Issue By
New, Open Format Intended to Bring Predictability and Consistency to Digital Cinema Workflows
Breaking News - Posted 14 Apr 2008
Provides digital broadcast tools including virtual sets for on-location production anywhere
Breaking News - Posted 14 Apr 2008
New remote titling system provides producers flexibility to update and make immediate changes during live TriCaster production
Breaking News - Posted 14 Apr 2008
Adventures in HD Delivery, Color Isolation in After Effects, Shaping Text in Photoshop, LED Lights Shootout, Using Apple TV As a Sales Tool, and More
Breaking News - Posted 13 Apr 2008
Exciting product demonstrations and VIP guest presentations will be viewable live at NewTek's website
Breaking News - Posted 09 Apr 2008
Jan Ozer | A recent look at editing HD video shot with Panasonic's AG-HVX200 provided me with a glimpse of how complicated things have become and will be in the future, where we'll need a thorough understanding of resolution, pixel aspect ratios, display aspect ratios, codecs, and container formats to choose the right HD format and editing platform.
Feature - Posted 04 Apr 2008
Company's Vmercials allow small and medium businesses to enter growing online video marketing space
Breaking News - Posted 01 Apr 2008
Ben Balser | Apple's Compressor application has always been a workhorse for video compression and transcoding. In this edition of Cut Lines, we'll take a brief walk through Compressor 3 to see just how easy it is to prepare your video projects for delivery to multiple platforms.
Feature - Posted 01 Apr 2008 By
Stu Sweetow | As event videographers, we're well-prepared to profit from online corporate video. Obviously, it means targeting different markets, but perhaps less obvious are the different production strategies involved in creating video for online delivery. Here are tips from three videographers who have succeeded with corporate web video on how you can make it work for you.
Feature - Posted 01 Apr 2008 By
Simultaneous Multi-File Encoding Featured in Major Release of Award-Winning Video Compression Software. Sorenson Squeeze 5 Also Includes New and Improved Codecs, Filters for Enhanced Workflow, and Dramatic Improvements in Sound
Breaking News - Posted 31 Mar 2008
High-Quality MPEG-2 and H.264 Encoding for DVD, HD DVD, Blu-ray Disc, and Web, Plus Adobe Integration
Breaking News - Posted 26 Mar 2008
Tim Siglin | This column will focus on getting footage in and out of the editing system while maintaining HDV's original quality.
Feature - Posted 07 Mar 2008 By
Includes SDK & Built-in Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
Breaking News - Posted 06 Mar 2008
MySpace Founder Brad Greenspan's LiveVideo.com Begins to Expand Days after Launching Revolutionary New Interactive Live Video Community
Breaking News - Posted 04 Mar 2008
Rhozet Carbon Coder will provide real-time transcoding of HD material using the AVC-Intra codec as a standard feature
Breaking News - Posted 18 Feb 2008
Chuck & Jewel Savadelis | As videographers we can, at least partially, mitigate the heartache of a mother not being able to see her daughter be married—and not just by showing her what it was like after the fact. Technology has advanced to the point that we can broadcast events live over the internet from almost anywhere on earth. Here's how it works.
Feature - Posted 14 Feb 2008 By
Latest addition to TriCaster family is available as new product and as an upgrade to TriCaster PRO and TriCaster 100 models
Breaking News - Posted 07 Feb 2008
Elizabeth Welsh | If it's forward-thinking, technologically superior, and luxurious, then newly minted EventDV 25 honoree Cloud Nine Creative--a boutique wedding video studio and pubisher of WedLuxe, Canada's luxury wedding magazine--is probably first out of the gate with it.
Feature - Posted 04 Feb 2008 By
New Web-Based Video Content Management Service for Video Professionals using Focus FS DTE Recorders
Breaking News - Posted 04 Jan 1753