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EventDV Magazine: December 2008
December 2008: Features
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.
Posted 01 Dec 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
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...
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.
Posted 01 Dec 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
 
December 2008: Tutorials
Lance Gray | Over the course of the next two installments of Graphic Thoughts, I'll share my top 10 most commonly used functions of Photoshop. Understandably, many of you may already know some of these, but I hope you will all find something among the tips I present here that will make your workflow work better.
Posted 01 Dec 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
 
December 2008: In the Studio
Jan Ozer | With Sonicfire Pro 5, SmartSound has enhanced your ability to find different songs, but more importantly, it has dramatically improved your ability to customize songs to fit your video content. Specifically, the new Timing feature lets you choose a generic song from SmartSound's library and make it sound like it was custom-written for your commercial, tutorial, or other video project.
Posted 01 Dec 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
 
December 2008: In The Field
Peter Chung | The Indicam Pilot (not to be confused with the Steadicam Pilot) is a low-cost camera stabilizer that gives you what you need in a camera stabilization system without all the bells and whistles associated with the other two models, which makes its offering more affordable and appealing to the aspiring filmmaker.
Posted 01 Dec 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
 
December 2008: Column: Cradle to Grave
Alan Naumann | Recently, I had the opportunity to videotape a memorial service for a group called the U.S. Marine Raiders. This is a yearly event held at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in Minneapolis to honor those Raiders who have died during the past year. It was a privilege to videotape the service, record the names of the deceased Raiders that were read during the service, and to take photos of the battalions represented.
Posted 01 Dec 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
 
December 2008: Column: The Moving Picture
Jan Ozer | While the Panny HPX170's P2 storage makes it an expensive choice for most event shooters, it boasts several new features that I hope will become standard in future camcorders
Posted 21 Oct 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
 
December 2008: Column: The Nonlinear Editor
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | 2008 in review
Posted 01 Dec 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
 
December 2008: Column: Strictly Business
Steve Yankee | We all know there are no magic formulas for wealth and success. The good news is that there really are some fundamental actions you can take which will greatly increase the odds of your success this coming year.
Posted 01 Dec 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
 
December 2008: Column: Vantage Point
The wedding industry—once thought to be immune to economic slumps—is finally starting to feel the pinch, and it stings. Numbers are down for just about all wedding vendors; from event planners to photographers, everyone is concerned. But take heart! This too shall pass.
Posted 17 Nov 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
 
December 2008: Department: Continuing Education
Chris Randall | Jeff Pulera's new tutorial, available from Safe Harbor Computers, is an excellent resource for any Matrox RT.X2 user wanting to get the most out of HDV and Blu-ray production. It greatly helps the viewer get up to speed and learn the various encoding and export options for HDV Blu-ray projects.
Posted 13 Oct 2008 / December 2008 Issue By
 
December 2008: Department: Gear & Now
Lee Rickwood | As high definition and high-end cameras such as those from RED Digital Cinema, Arri, and Sony become more popular among feature filmmakers and wedding videographers alike, we need more power for location shooting of almost any kind, but particularly for long-form HD production—and the manufacturers are responding.
Posted 24 Nov 2008 / December 2008 Issue By