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EventDV Magazine: November 2008
November 2008: Features
Jan Ozer | Most pro videographers are well-versed in animated backgrounds and other accoutrements for dressing up DVD deliverables, but as we move to HD delivery and update our skills accordingly, it's also important to update our knowledgebase of the HD tools available for polishing up our work. Here's a look at what's available now.
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November 2008: Tutorials
Joe McManus | In this installment of Cut Lines, we'll look at cropping and rotating several images at once and how nesting your composition can make it easier to manipulate your images together.
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Lance Gray | Sketch Master enables you to create realistic-looking hand-drawings from photos by simulating tools such as lead pencil, ink pencil, crayon, charcoal, and airbrush with brilliant results. Here's how it works.
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David McKnight | Welcome to our new series of Vegas tips and tricks tutorials! We'll begin by discussing one of the most important features of any pro NLE: color correction.
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Jan Ozer | One of the coolest new features in Adobe Encore CS4 is the ability to insert pop-up menus over video in Blu-ray Disc projects, a feature unique among authoring programs in Encore's class. In this tutorial, I'll describe how to implement that feature as I did in a simple project I produced in early fall.
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November 2008: In The Field
Anthony Burokas | Can single-chip camcorder models priced less than $1,000 and bearing the bold "Full HD" logo do the job of prosumer and professional camcorders costing many times that price? In this article I'll take two high-end consumer HD camcorders into the field—specifically, the wilds of the Alaskan bush—to see what I can do with these little devices.
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November 2008: Column: The Gadget Bag
Ed Wardyga | Years ago, I set up a wireless system for my laptop. This worked great at the time, but now that the speeds of everything else have increased, I realized recently that the time had come to upgrade the wireless system.
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November 2008: Column: The Moving Picture
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.
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Jan Ozer | I bought my first Linux computer last month, a tiny ASUS "netbook" that cost about $200. I had multiple reasons for the purchase, the most important of which was to understand the current state of the Linux software market. Prompting this interest were a number of factors: Google's announcement of its Chrome operating system, my avid dislike of Windows Vista, and Apple's reluctance to offer a notebook that costs under $999.
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November 2008: Column: The Nonlinear Editor
Reporting from New Orleans' French Quarter on the opening sessions of the long-anticipated boutique seminar experience for event videographers
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November 2008: Column: The Reel Deal
Kris Malandruccolo | Who knew that my duties as WEVA's public relations chairperson would take me halfway around the world into a culture that I previously didn't know? Well, that's just what happened when I went to Japan in July to present "The Power of Video" to videographers and other wedding vendors in Tokyo and Osaka.
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November 2008: Column: Strictly Business
Steve Yankee | In order to make your business successful you need to get the word out. There are many ways to do this—some costly, some not—but it's essential that you find a way that works for you. Do nothing and not only do you not move forward, you can lose all you've gained.
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November 2008: Department: Continuing Education
Shawn Lam | Doug Jensen's Mastering the Sony HVR-Z7U and the HVR-S270 training DVD set gave me a further understanding of the video camera I had already been using for 6 months. It has positively changed the way I film, which is very high praise.
Posted 22 Sep 2008 / November 2008 Issue
 
November 2008: Department: Gear & Now
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.
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Elizabeth Avery Welsh Merfeld | When the time comes to put his legacy in order, Lee Bakogiannakis wants to be remembered for his contributions to the Greek wedding video industry. But for now he'll settle for being known as the guy who "made Bon Jovi cool again."
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