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EventDV Magazine: February 2009
February 2009: Features
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.
Posted 30 Jan 2009 / February 2009 Issue By
Stuart Sweetow | Nowhere is Murphy's Law more applicable than shooting on location. Mr. Murphy's goal is to keep your video from ever seeing the light of day. You'll never eliminate Mr. Murphy, but anticipating some of his sinister moves using techniques described here can minimize his impact.
Posted 30 Jan 2009 / February 2009 Issue
 
February 2009: Tutorials
Joe McManus | This month we'll look at the AVCHD format and how it fits into your Final Cut Pro workflow.
Posted 31 Jan 2009 / February 2009 Issue By
Lance Gray | What if you love a certain pristine font and can't find a grungy version of it? Well, I'm going to show you how to take crisp and clean and make it tattered and dirty!
Posted 31 Jan 2009 / February 2009 Issue By
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.
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February 2009: In the Studio
David McKnight | Video Essentials claims to be a Swiss Army knife of postproduction designed to enhance, optimize, and accelerate your productivity. It includes 10 tools that serve a variety of effects needs. Sometimes you need to fix a problem, and sometimes you want to enhance an image. Video Essentials includes tools designed to do both.
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February 2009: In The Field
Philip Hinkle | Does the search for the perfect reception light stop here?
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February 2009: Column: Cradle to Grave
Alan Naumann | Over the years I have gone through several scanners, and I have learned how to use photos effectively in my business. I do hundreds of memorial videos each year (each having anywhere from 30 to 1,500 photos), and I also do other types of montages using photos. For this to be profitable, I rely on speed and quality, which means I need the right scanner.
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February 2009: Column: The Moving Picture
Jan Ozer | Adobe Creative Suite 4 (CS4) Production Premium allows you to send Premiere Pro sequences to both the Adobe Media Encoder (AME) and Adobe Encore for rendering or authoring while continuing to edit in Premiere Pro. The bad news is this significantly increases CS4's memory requirements, and on a 32-bit operating system, this can mean longer rendering times, instability, or both. If you want CS4's features without the performance penalty, you should consider running CS4 on a 64-bit system.
Posted 12 Jan 2009 / February 2009 Issue By
 
February 2009: Column: The Nonlinear Editor
Stephen Nathans-Kelly | Introducing EventDV-TV, EventDV's forthcoming video channel, which will debut in February on www.eventdv-tv.com.
Posted 26 Jan 2009 / February 2009 Issue By
 
February 2009: Column: Strictly Business
Steve Yankee | Using social networking sites isn't so much about soliciting business as it is about establishing yourself as a real, live person with whom others may wish to do business
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February 2009: Column: Vantage Point
Laura Moses | As wedding videograpgers, we work with music, hearts, and dreams. We're the keepers of the flame for future generations. After we're gone there will be pieces of us—little bits of our hearts—scattered across the globe, telling stories about love.
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February 2009: Department: Gear & Now
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.
Posted 30 Jan 2009 / February 2009 Issue