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INPUT Software Corporate Profile [January 1999]: News: Features
Lee Rickwood |The Editor's Choice-winning ULTRA 2 is one of the easiest, most efficient, and effective chromakey tools we've seen. Having the ability to see real-time previews while tweaking a chromakey shoot is terrific, and the fast rendering times (with appropriate equipment) really speed up the entire process. You can get a decent key in and out of the system in minutes, but the ability to polish up the look and feel of a keyed effect is amazing, and shadows and reflections alone are worth the price of admission.
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Anthony Burokas | How do the latest "pro" DVD decks stack up to one another? More importantly, how well do they measure up to the task of live DVD production for professional event work? Here we sample three new contenders from Panasonic, Pioneer, and Sony for live production in the field.
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David Chandler-Gick and Doug Graham | In Part 4 of our series on producing upscale wedding videos, we’ll follow up Part 3’s overview of ceremony production by exploring tips and techniques that will get you the outstanding footage and audio your upscale productions require. We’ll show you where and how to position microphones, how to communicate effectively with your camera operators, how to re-enact key moments of the ceremony to get stellar shots you might have missed, and how to do a live-switched wedding shoot.
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