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February 1998 [Volume 7, Issue 2]: Features
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February 1998 [Volume 7, Issue 2]: Column: Echoes
Welcome to the first installment of Echoes from the Backyard. This will be a regular column for EventDV readers to answer your burning and not-so-burning questions, and at the same time allow others to benefit from the give-and-take
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February 1998 [Volume 7, Issue 2]: Column: The Main Event
Doug Graham|How long should a wedding video be? Traditionally, wedding videos were two-and-a-half hours long and included everything, but a growing minority of videographers is producing highly edited, "short-form" videos.
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February 1998 [Volume 7, Issue 2]: Department: Studio Time
It’s easy to miss the headquarters of Purcell Productions, a full-service digital video production studio located in Alta Loma, California. Unless you’re one of the 20 or so freelance camera operators, producers, or video editors whom Purcell employs on a project-by-project basis, you’d probably never even know it’s there.
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February 1998 [Volume 7, Issue 2]: News: Features
Geoff Daily|While we're still a year away from seeing any products on the shelves, the DVD Forum has laid another cornerstone for its next-generation blue-laser HD-DVD format by selecting the H.264 Advanced Video Codec (AVC) for encoding video that will be delivered on the new discs.
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In this installment of Gear & Now, we’ll look at lens filters from several angles: what kind of filters videographers use, when they use them, and where they find them, when it’s best to use a filter to achieve a particular effect while shooting, and when you’re better off applying that effect in post-production, given the power and versatility of today’s NLEs and effects software.
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Jan Ozer| When you’re doing professional shoots, you’ve got two alternatives for capturing higher-quality audio: get really, really close to your subject, or get an external microphone. Assuming that close proximity is not always an option, with all the mics, connections, and strategies available, what do you need to know to do on-site sound right?
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With a brand-new interface, batch processing, output to all major formats, and both high-definition and H.264 capability, the new Squeeze 4 Compression Suite marks Sorenson’s latest attempt to go after users who want a compression tool that doesn’t bind them to a single codec.
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With a few tweaks on the shoot and in the edit bay, plus a basic knowledge of streaming codecs, video pros can take the next logical step in reaching new clients—getting their work on the Web.
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