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EventDV Magazine:
July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7]: Column: Class Act
While academic video producers don't have the specter of profitability to worry about, new and different challenges abound.
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July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7]: Column: Executive Decision
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July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7]: Column: The Inside Story
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July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7]: Column: The Main Event
Consumers can easily equip themselves with the ability to steal your work, with DVD recording drives selling for less than $100, and standalone DVD recorders at Sears for under $300.
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July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7]: Column: The Moving Picture
Jeff Sauer|When the digital video industry was born roughly a decade and a half ago, it was really more like the birth of twins--fraternal twins, to be sure.
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July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7]: Department: Gear & Now
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July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7]: Department: Studio Time
Joyce Bertolami has watched event video evolve for two decades and helped shape its development; a WEVA Hall of Famer, she's also a firm believer in the three-camera approach to wedding videography.
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July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7]: News: Features
A new CD/DVD publishing system designed to automate the production of up to 100 CDs or DVDs per job, the BravoPro may represent the best of all possible worlds for videographers with discs to produce.
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...in case you missed it.
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For this inaugural installment, we take a look at educational materials for producing wedding day edits created by Picture This Productions of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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DV Expo West 2004, held in Los Angeles December 8-10, had its share of new product announcements, though it wasn’t quite the bounty we’ve seen in years past.
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Vote for your favorite production & post-production tools in 15 categories
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In December 2004, Sony announced the first HDV camcorder both positioned as a pro product and fully equipped with the capabilities pro shooters expect.
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Anthony Burokas|You can shoot and edit HD today. But how can you deliver it?
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Stephen F. Nathans|Macrosystem’s AVIO DV-DVD PRO turnkey video editing system targets corporate and event videographers with a capable, stylish NLE that benefits mightily from its video-dedicated OS in its fleet, smooth, and stable performance. Its well-crafted editing environment makes it easy to move between windows and operations, from the main storyboard to effects configuration, audio mixing and envelope controls, and titling. DVD-Arabesk 2 is a functional DVD authoring environment that makes up for its rigidity with fine video output.
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Tim Siglin|Optibase backs away from its commitment to research and development in its Media 100 non-linear video editing business unit. Where does that leave Media 100 editors?
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Doug Graham|Photoshop has emerged as a de facto standard for photo retouching and bitmapped image creation. And the latest CS version offers a host of new advanced features. But how can we, as videographers, use it most effectively to enhance our productions?
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Geoff Daily|An essential part of any videographer’s marketing materials is an effective, professional demo reel. But trying to condense an entire body of work into a seamless and emotionally charged five-minute highlight reel is often easier said than done.
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Stephen F. Nathans|Sony’s DVDirect knocked my socks off like no product I’ve seen in years. Billed as a product that combines the capabilities of standalone and desktop DVD recorders, DVDirect’s best feature is its ability to record live video to DVD as you shoot it. It boasts excellent image quality and limited but functional DVD menu creation. It’s also a rock-solid desktop burner, promising and delivering state-of-the-art high-speed DVD±R/RW and 4X double-layer DVD+R DL.
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While no print publication can give you the keys to the kingdom of an essentially visual domain, our goal here is to assemble the voices that can speak most authoritatively on all the essential elements of event video work. Welcome to your magazine.
Posted 01 Jan 2005 / July 1999 [Volume 8, Issue 7] Issue By
Jan Ozer|Planning a new 3-CCD DV camcorder purchase? Wondering which one best suits your videography needs? You’re in luck—EventDV’s first camcorder shootout compares three new 3-CCD models built with videographers in mind. They’re all leading contenders for the current pro/prosumer crown: Canon’s XL2, Panasonic’s AG-DVC60, and Sony’s HDV-capable HDR-FX1. Read on for the tale of the tape.
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