Whenever anyone asks me what my most important tool is when editing, they are more often than not very surprised by my response. You see, it is not Vegas Pro 16, my editor of choice, […]
Here at Australian Videocamera, we recently had the opportunity to interview Grant Petty, the CEO of Aussie company Blackmagic Design about his thoughts on the industry in Australia and abroad. We covered ground from […]
by Adam Turner Rather than leave your precious photos, music, movies and home videos scattered across all your devices, a media server offers a simple way to keep all your important media files in one […]
Putting together a tutorial for VEGAS Virtual Studio 365 has been in interesting exercise. Over the last few weeks I have been putting together a video-based tutorial for the software MAGIX VR Studio 365. It […]
Robb Blumenreder, how do you define audio for video? Where do you draw the line with the professional user?RB: “It’s an interesting question because most would think it’s a definition related to product, but we […]
The SK 6212 operates intermodulation-free and utilizes an equidistant frequency grid that enables more efficient use of the constantly shrinking available frequency spectrum.And even when things are taking a bit longer, don’t worry… the 6212’s […]
Claimed to be the world”s smallest wireless mic system, Wireless GO is an compact digital wireless microphone system with “clip’n’go” versatility, incredibly compact form-factor, and unmatched price accessibility. It’s designed for content creators in all […]
One thing I have learned from this exercise;
if you intend to take shots from a moving vehicle, don’t skimp on the mount
quality. It just isn’t worth it when you have a precious camera as its cargo.
The cheapies just don’t cut it, and will cause vibration at best and break
apart at speed at worst!
As such, I can vouch for those from Hague Camera Supports / Cameragrip with confidence.
We are adding to our stories and content! Starting in April, we will also have a MAJOR section on using your smartphone (iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Pixel, Huawei, HTC etc). We’ll have tutorials to help you […]
Well, we didn’t see this coming – well I didn’t anyway. USB4 and its specifications has been announced even before USB 3.2 is even out. Pundits are suggesting it will rival Thunderbolt 3 for speed. […]
Back in the early 80s, whilst having fun selling Tandy Model 3s and 4s running word processing, databases and a little program called VisiCalc alongside a top bloke called Tony Lloyd (wonder where he is […]
Teleprompter Pro Way back when, I worked as a contractor for a Perth company called Computer Television, and this job entailed writing scripts and directing educational / training films written around the use of Microsoft […]
At some point in time, in your filmmaking journey, you are going to need a microphone. The problem lies in the question, which one? Shotgun mic, radio mic, highball or lav? On-camera or off-camera, handheld, […]
For as long as I can remember, I have written articles and reviews that started with variations of “In the 1976 novel ‘Imperial Earth’, uber science fiction writer and visionary Arthur C Clarke introduced us […]