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Commercial steady cam systems can cost a fortune. If you are just getting started in film-making or it just isn't in your budget and are looking for that steady cam look without the steady cam price, you can build your own cheap and easy shoulder mounted steady cam rig. With some PVC piping, a few household items, a little paint and some elbow grease, you can make an inexpensive steady cam support system that will bring your films to a fresher and more professional look.
Published by Matthew Johnson 62 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +0 votes | 0 comments
Setbuilding has become a lot less expensive, now that we are in the digital age. Pieces of set can be added, almost like mattes, without costing you a big budget. Here is some babbling about creating an effect involving a foreground wall with a window, being added to the scene.
Published by Inforead 63 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +2 votes | 0 comments
So, you were editing a video masterpiece in Adobe Premiere, when suddenly after adding a video or photo file to your timeline, or adding a filter to one such clip or photo, you suddenly get that gutblowing message on your screen: "Adobe Premiere has caused a problem and will now close". Here is what to do...
Published by Inforead 63 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +3 votes | 0 comments
5 tips to acquire funds to making your own movie.
Published by Daniel Payne 70 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +1 votes | 0 comments
use Neatvideo when you got this problem of noisy footage that creates jittery composites. (I know the Neatvideo website doesn't look very impressive, but the plug-in really works wonders on video noise and grain and as this example show, even the stability of composites.)
Published by Inforead 71 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +4 votes | 2 comments
Andrew Jackson served as the seventh President of the United States. Valuable Andrew Jackson historical collectibles include portrait flasks, sewing boxes, inaugural programs, copper pitchers and Ralph E.W. Earl oil portraits.
Published by William J. Felchner 74 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +2 votes | 0 comments
effectively depicting darkness or night in a video story, requires some artistic depiction. On the one hand, you want to show that it's really really dark, and on the other hand you can't just have your audience stare at a black screen for long; you want people to see enough so they can follow the story.
Published by Inforead 78 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +2 votes | 1 comments
The official term for referring to stereoscopy that does not need the viewer to wear any special glasses or headgear, is referred to as \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Autostereoscopy\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\". The very basics of creating a stereoscopic image of course is to create a slightly different picture seen from the two slightly different angles the two eyeballs of the viewer are based. Let\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s have a look at lenticular lenses, parallax barriers and autostereograms.
Published by Inforead 80 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +1 votes | 0 comments
If video editing is your hobby, you can use free software programs instead. Here are some of the free video editing tools you can download.
Published by Athena Goodlight 80 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +4 votes | 2 comments
Adobe Premiere is among the pioneers in video editing software. Through the software program, you will be able to also deliver the edited videos online, on air, on device, and on disc.
Published by Athena Goodlight 80 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +5 votes | 1 comments
With the Aiptek 3D Camcorder, you can take still pictures and videos in either 3D or 2D. On the screen on the back, you can watch the 3D video live as you record it. The camera records videos in the mp4 playback, which is compatible with most new 3D HD television sets. And if you have NVIDIA 3D Vision technology on your PC or laptop, you can capture, edit, and play back all of your 3D recordings using the state-of-the-art Active Shutter 3D Technology.
Published by Inforead 83 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +2 votes | 0 comments
Video noise usually looks like a slight snowyness on video, and it can also look like little flickering blue and green and red and colored pixels. How to remove them? Here is the solution.
Published by Inforead 84 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +2 votes | 0 comments
Canon's Legria HF R18 is studied and reviewed for its performance during a 4 hour live show.
Published by Inforead 84 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +2 votes | 0 comments
Start gearing up for shooting your own movies in 3D (stereoscopic), as consumer stereoscopic cameras are about to hit the world!
Published by Inforead 85 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +3 votes | 1 comments
Reflectors are used in video and photography to bounce light so it can light up the shadow side of an object or actor.
Published by Inforead 86 months ago in Video & Movie Making | +0 votes | 0 comments
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