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Service: Erik Duda
by Erik Duda on Jun 10, 2012 at 7:36:13 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
Manning Productions, Chicago, Illinois • January 2012 Bachelor's Degree in Film, FullSail University, Orlando, Florida, 3.7 GPA Hands-on experience in: Cinematography, Television Production, Storytelling, Advanced Editing,Directing, Camera Operat
Erik Duda
by Erik Duda on Jun 10, 2012 at 12:36:13 pm
in the Forum
I'm writing this letter in response to the position of Editor/Motion Graphics at the Chicago Blackhawks. I am extremely interested in this job opening because I believe the more you enjoy the video content you are working with, the better the result
Service: The Boys Video Production
by Harrison Sim on Jun 9, 2012 at 5:43:46 pm
in the COW - Services Forum
In-house camera operator for local talk show "The After After Party." Runs a hand-held camera, shooting the musical acts and audience. Uses a Lumix GH2, but has used a Sony HDR-AX2000 as part of the job. Worked as a camera operator on a feature le
The Boys Video Production
by Harrison Sim on Jun 9, 2012 at 10:43:46 am
in the Forum
In-house camera operator for local talk show "The After After Party." Runs a hand-held camera, shooting the musical acts and audience. Uses a Lumix GH2, but has used a Sony HDR-AX2000 as part of the job. Worked as a camera operator on a feature lengt
Re: deciding on camera to use for low budget video
by Craig Alan on Jun 7, 2012 at 11:52:25 pm
in the Sony DV Forum
Both very dated and will look out of place. Rent a decent camera for this project. Any of today's prosumer level camcorders with xlr inputs should do the job. Card based media. Have a card reader/computer ready to copy the clips ready for FCP X.
Re: Suggestions for moving from DVX100b to a consumer hd cam?
by Dave Haynie on Jun 6, 2012 at 10:14:02 pm
in the Panasonic AF100, DVX100, HMC150 Forum
I'm gradually becoming a serious HDSLR convert... but the workflow isn't for everyone. I bought a 60D last year as a still camera, just before taking a vacation in Alaska. Money well spent, even if I needed to upgrade my PC's RAM to 16GB for thos
Re: Suggestions for moving from DVX100b to a consumer hd cam?
by Dave Haynie on Jun 6, 2012 at 9:17:52 am
in the Panasonic AF100, DVX100, HMC150 Forum
[Ruby Gold] "Hi again. As I move away from my beloved DVX100b because I need less camera, the simpler import of HDMI than tape capture, and less learning curve than a DSLR would represent, I'm wondering if you all have any suggestions for consumer HD
Panasonic AG-AC160 & AC130 AVCCAM Camcorder's Lensing & Using VariZoom Controller
by Nicole Fg on Jun 4, 2012 at 2:08:20 pm
in the Forum
Learn about the best-in-class lenses on Panasonic's new AG-AC160 and AG-AC130 AVCCAM camcorders, as well as how the Varizoom controller makes focusing easy.
Video: Panasonic AG-AC160 & AC130 AVCCAM Camcorders' Focus/Y-Get function
by Nicole Fg on Jun 4, 2012 at 12:48:32 pm
in the COW - Videos Forum
Panasonic AG-AC160 & AC130 AVCCAM Camcorders' Focus/Y-Get function
by Nicole Fg on Jun 4, 2012 at 12:48:32 pm
in the Forum
Video illustrates how to best utilize the AG-AC130 & AC160's Function Knob, showcasing the Focus/Y-Get feature.
Video: Panasonic AG-AC160 & AC130 Camcorders -- How to utilize relay and simultaneous recording
by Nicole Fg on Jun 4, 2012 at 12:35:09 pm
in the COW - Videos Forum
Panasonic AG-AC160 & AC130 Camcorders -- How to utilize relay and simultaneous recording
by Nicole Fg on Jun 4, 2012 at 12:35:09 pm
in the Forum
With 2 SD card slots for recording, the AG-AC160 and AG-AC130 AVCCAM camcorders can provide a user with the benefits of relay recording and simultaneous recording. This video demonstrates how to setup the camcorders to utilize these invaluable functi
Premiere Pro CS 6 and AVCHD - Should I upgrade now or wait?
by Keith Moreau on Jun 3, 2012 at 4:15:01 pm
in the Adobe Premiere Pro Forum
Hi All I currently use Premiere Pro 5.5.2 on a Mac Pro and OS 10.7.3. Most of my footage now is AVCHD, from various camcorders, including Sony FS100 as well as several Panasonic and Canon at 24P, 30P and 60P at 17mb/s to 28mp/s bitrates and LPCM a
Re: Video camera reccomendation
by Bill Bruner on Jun 2, 2012 at 3:21:52 pm
in the DSLR Video Forum
Steve - In EU countries, cameras that can record video for more than 30 minutes are taxed as camcorders, which is a higher rate. As a result, all manufacturers limit their "DSLR" and point and shoot cameras to 30 minutes or less of recording when ex
News: DP Bill Mills Documents ‘Big Cat Exposé’Safari with Panasonic AG-HPX250 P2 Handheld with 10-Bi
by Cow News Droid on Jun 1, 2012 at 6:20:07 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
Video Travelogue Starring Southern Africa’s Endangered Leopards, Cheetahs and Lions Created for Company at the Forefront of Conservation Tourism (Secaucus, NJ--June 1, 2012) Emmy Award-winning Director of Photography Bill Mills recently returned f
Re: Video camera reccomendation
by Bill Bruner on Jun 1, 2012 at 10:39:04 am
in the DSLR Video Forum
Scott, with your budget, I'd go with one of Noah's suggestions - all of the cameras he recommends have hinged, rotating LCDs (like a camcorder). Both the 5D and 7D have fixed LCDs - so you wouldn't be able to rotate the LCD up, down or flip it 180 de
News: Anton/Bauer Batteries Power Filming of The Push: A South Pole Expedition Documentary
by Cow News Droid on Jun 1, 2012 at 5:18:19 am
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
DIONIC HCs Stand Up to Below-Freezing Temperatures During Historic Trek By Adaptive Athlete Grant Korgan (Shelton, CT--June 1, 2012) Faced with traveling through the extreme cold and snowy terrain of the South Pole, the production team behind the
Re: HVR-MRC1 and FX1000
by Jeff Pulera on May 31, 2012 at 1:25:09 pm
in the Sony DV Forum
While HDV camcorders do record 4:2:0 to tape, my understanding is that the live output via HDMI is 4:2:2. When recording to HDV, remember that the video is compressed as Long-GOP MPEG-2 at just 25Mbps. With ProRes, you are recording a visually lossle
Re: DSLR vs. Dedicated Video Camera
by Dave Haynie on May 30, 2012 at 9:23:53 pm
in the Indie Film & Documentary Forum
[Johnny Sullivan] "- DSLR produces better video quality, but the shorter DoF makes it easier to mess up and have the subject be out of focus." "better" is kind of relative. I have a 60D, and a few real Panasonic camcorders. If you want that short
Re: Video camera reccomendation
by Scott Gaskin on May 30, 2012 at 7:59:49 pm
in the DSLR Video Forum
Hi Brent, Thank you for your response. I did look at the Canon 5D Mk 2 and the cheaper 7D model. Does the full sensor make much difference to the video quality? also in your opinion, do you think there is much difference between the Mk 2 and Mk
Re: Video camera reccomendation
by Scott Gaskin on May 30, 2012 at 7:36:12 pm
in the DSLR Video Forum
Hi Steve, Thanks for the info, its much appreciated. What I meant about viewing the video was not to do with play back, (apologies for bad explanation) it was to do with the fact that most dedicated camcorders allow you to pull LCD display out
Re: HD tape question
by Peter Burger on May 30, 2012 at 1:54:21 pm
in the HDV Format Forum
What HD format are you shooting on? I assume - since you're writing in the HDV forum - it's HDV? I don't know why the freelance shooter states that the quality of HD-video on tape is no better than SD... IMHO he is comparing apples to oranges..
Import & Edit Canon T3i/600D MOV footages in Final Cut Pro
by lialice29 lialice29 on May 30, 2012 at 7:07:40 am
in the DaVinci Basics & Configuration Forum
Import & Edit Canon T3i/600D MOV footages in Final Cut Pro [img]http://dvd-to-kindle-fire.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/import-canon-t2i-600d-footages-to-fcp.jpg[/img] As one of the Canon's affordable digital SLR, the Canon EOS Rebel T3i/6
Re: After a year has perception of FCPX changed?
by Bill Davis on May 27, 2012 at 11:44:12 pm
in the Apple FCPX or Not: The Debate Forum
Since this is just all speculation and chatter, here's my question. What else could Apple have done given the reality of the situation surrounding FCP? In my estimation, that situation was: A) a target niche of video producers divided into v
Re: Affordable HD cam for a documentary- professional look
by Dave Haynie on May 23, 2012 at 4:27:21 pm
in the Indie Film & Documentary Forum
[David C Jones] "Audio is a whole other beast. If you're doing sit-down interviews then I would go with a Beachtek adapter for the camera. Plug a hard-wired mic, lav or boom, into the XLR input on the Beachtek and set levels accordingly. If you're do
Re: Back To Basics
by Jonny Webb on May 22, 2012 at 7:20:13 am
in the Adobe Premiere Pro basics Forum
i only have v55 at the mo. And the WarpStabilize in AE is soooooo much slower than DeShake with no noticeable difference in results !!! But i will try v6 as soon as i download the demos. Oh, and i dont need to worry about rolling shutter as this
Merge Canon MXF files
by Teresa Bush on May 21, 2012 at 10:47:38 am
in the Canon Cameras Forum
Anyone used Canon XF Utility 1.2 on Mac or Windows? Or how would you merge the MXF files? Canon XF camcorders have 2GB limit for MXF video. While make a long recording, the clip is save in multiple files. There seems merging option in XF Utility w
Back To Basics
by Jonny Webb on May 21, 2012 at 10:04:51 am
in the Adobe Premiere Pro basics Forum
I've been reading for days, and now i'm really lost. I have lots of avi files taken from camcorders, and i have to apply some intensive filters such as DeShake. I thought that converting the files to Uncompressed would be a good thing. I also t
Re: Affordable HD cam for a documentary- professional look
by Dave Haynie on May 20, 2012 at 10:02:17 am
in the Indie Film & Documentary Forum
[Kelly Evans] "Thanks for all the great advice. Wondering what you all might recommend if I was able to double the budget? " Accessories. Basically, there are a few different Canon HDSLR lines. The EOS 1 series is priced out of your range, ev
Re: Affordable HD cam for a documentary- professional look
by Dave Haynie on May 18, 2012 at 7:44:07 pm
in the Indie Film & Documentary Forum
I agree, to an extent. I have a Canon EOS 60D, which I bought to replace an older digital Canon body, which had in turn replaced my Canon film cameras. So ... I had a few lenses around. That's where you'll ultimately spend your money. I also also
JVC GY-HM750 ProHD Compact Shoulder Camcorder w/Canon 14x Lens - FOR SALE with Charger&Battery
by derek townsend on May 15, 2012 at 10:30:46 pm
in the Classifieds, Personal Forum
I purchased this 1 year ago from B&H Photo/Video. I have used it on 3 projects and is in perfect condition. Price Includes: Qty (1) Camera Qty (1) Cannon 14x Lens Qty (1) Tandem-70 On-Camera AC Power/Charger Qty (1) Anton Bauer Battery
Re: Import/Transcode Canon/P2 MXF to ProRes 422 for Final Cut Pro (X) editing on Mac
by lialice29 lialice29 on May 15, 2012 at 5:11:34 am
in the Assimilate Scratch Forum
Best Mac MXF Transcoder - Convert/Import Canon/P2 MXF to AIC mov for FCE Lots of excellent camcorders series, like XF record high-definition video footages in .mxf format. These high-end camcorders, such as canon C300 and XF series, like XF305,
Import/Transcode Canon/P2 MXF to ProRes 422 for Final Cut Pro (X) editing on Mac
by lialice29 lialice29 on May 14, 2012 at 10:12:34 am
in the Assimilate Scratch Forum
Import/Transcode Canon/P2 MXF to ProRes 422 for Final Cut Pro (X) editing on Mac Lots of excellent camcorders series, like XF record high-definition video footages in .mxf format. These high-end camcorders, such as canon C300 and XF series, like
Re: camera rig vs twin lens cameras
by Wolfgang Schmid on May 14, 2012 at 8:19:24 am
in the Stereoscopic 3D Forum
Well, I think it is hard to compare high-end cams with consumer units like the TD10 or the TD1. That are different requirementsw. I agree with the estimation that compact camcorders with fixed IO like the TD1, TD10, their professional versions, th
Re: Canon XA10 and ATEM switchers
by Bob Zelin on May 10, 2012 at 8:13:37 pm
in the Blackmagic Design Forum
HDMI Terminal HDMI Mini Connector (output), CEC, x.v.Color, and 1080p output supported from: http://usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/camcorders/professional_camcorders/xa10#Specifications
Re: ATEM Television Studio vs ATEM 1 M/E Production Switcher
by Sungil Hong on May 10, 2012 at 2:18:01 am
in the Blackmagic Design Forum
I just need to ask one question; how does the panasonic camcorders work? I mean, I plan to put it on the wall and want to use it for 4 or 5 hours without stopping. Does the machine continue to work even though there is no input, as long as it has AC
News: WCFT Launches Local HD News with JVC ProHD Cameras
by Cow News Droid on May 9, 2012 at 5:33:47 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(May 9, 2012) JVC Professional Products Company, a division of JVC Americas Corp., today announced that ABC affiliate WCFT/WJSU/WBMA in Birmingham-Anniston-Tuscaloosa, Ala. (DMA #39), has purchased 20 GY-HM790 ProHD camcorders for studio and ENG work
Article: NAB 2012: Sachtler
by Debra Kaufman on May 9, 2012 at 5:30:12 pm
in the COW - Tutorials Forum
Field Production NAB 2012: Sachtler Sachtler debuted the Ace tripod system for the first time in the U.S. With a payload of up to 8.8 pounds (4 kilograms), the Ace tripod is ideal for smaller HDV camcorders and video-enabled DSLR cameras. Feature &
NAB 2012: Sachtler
by Debra Kaufman on May 9, 2012 at 10:30:12 am
in the Field Production Forum
Sachtler debuted the Ace tripod system for the first time in the U.S. With a payload of up to 8.8 pounds (4 kilograms), the Ace tripod is ideal for smaller HDV camcorders and video-enabled DSLR cameras.
Re: FAT32 4gb limit with AF100
by Dave Haynie on May 9, 2012 at 8:48:38 am
in the Panasonic AF100, DVX100, HMC150 Forum
Did you try actually concatenating the sequential files? I have found that works with my older Panasonic camcorders. They seem to split the MTS files right at the 4GB boundary. So when you line up clips, you find that sometimes, the break was in a ba
Re: Pick My Camera For Me
by Peter J. DeCrescenzo on May 6, 2012 at 8:06:48 pm
in the Cinematography Forum
Hi Christopher: Your instinct is correct, and as Shakespeare once said, "The lens' the thing!" One of the most fundamental choices you need to make is: Servo zoom lens, or no servo zoom lens? There are a zillion traditional camcorders both larg
Re: Advice on DSLR for film making!
by Paul Pap on May 5, 2012 at 1:21:37 am
in the Canon EOS DSLR Forum
“Paul, most major TV stations do not accept 7D footage out of hand. Check out the "Red Books" at PBS or the BBC standards. You may find that you want to look into the Canon xf300, Panny AF100, Sony Camcorders, or some other "broadcast accepted" camer
Re: Advice on DSLR for film making!
by Al Bergstein on May 4, 2012 at 4:24:30 pm
in the Canon EOS DSLR Forum
Paul, most major TV stations do not accept 7D footage out of hand. Check out the "Red Books" at PBS or the BBC standards. You may find that you want to look into the Canon xf300, Panny AF100, Sony Camcorders, or some other "broadcast accepted" came
Correct Project Settings for 480 and 1080?
by Matt Long on May 3, 2012 at 9:45:00 pm
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Hi, I have the following 2 cameras that produce HD video, and would like to know what is the best project settings/template I should be using in Vegas Pro 10.0e (build 737), for these cameras in order to downgrade to 480 DVD, and 1080 for youtube
Re: How to catalog videos with multiple key elements
by Leslie DeFacio on May 3, 2012 at 1:49:53 am
in the Sony Vegas Forum
Hi Jim, I have a similar problem - with over 10,000 clips from six cameras (four types of format) from the past couple of years of shooting shorebirds - behavior, movements, etc. I use Excel because of all the different types of birds and behavio
Article: NAB 2012: Panasonic
by Debra Kaufman on Apr 25, 2012 at 11:20:07 pm
in the COW - Tutorials Forum
NAB Expo NAB 2012: Panasonic Panasonic had an extraordinarily rich year of introductions and upgrades at NAB 2012, with further developments in P2 technology and a host of new memory cards, the AG-HPX600 P2 HD - which supports AVC Ultra, two new AV
NAB 2012: Panasonic
by Debra Kaufman on Apr 25, 2012 at 4:20:07 pm
in the NAB Expo Forum
Panasonic had an extraordinarily rich year of introductions and upgrades at NAB 2012, with further developments in P2 technology and a host of new memory cards, the AG-HPX600 P2 HD - which supports AVC Ultra, two new AVCCAM HD camcorders, software up
Re: Is the New Blackmagic Cinema Camera the HDSLR Killer?
by Mike Cohen on Apr 25, 2012 at 3:48:52 pm
in the COW - Tutorials Forum
I think the meme "DSLR killer" is a misnomer. In reality, every new piece of tech that challenges the status quo is good news for the whole industry. DVCAM challenged Beta SP. The DSLR challenged the traditional form factor HD camcorder. The 35mm siz
@Bill Bruner
by Dave Haynie on Apr 25, 2012 at 8:27:02 am
in the COW - Tutorials Forum
I actually have the 60D, which I bought primarily for photography, but also to mess around with the HDSLR workflow. I also have an Olympus M43 "pocket" camera (E-PM1), several Panasonic camcorders, and I'm kind of thinking that Panasonic has the bett
@Emmanuel Louisy-Gabriel
by Dave Haynie on Apr 25, 2012 at 8:22:00 am
in the COW - Tutorials Forum
They actually DO pay for some video features. While the video recording itself in a Canon 5D or whatever is just "a simple matter of software" (eg, there's an NRE in the development phase, but no on-going cost), there's going to be an AVC/H.264 licen

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