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Service: Ulyesse L. Preston
by Ulyesse Preston on Jun 12, 2012 at 9:27:47 pm
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Ulyesse L. Preston
by Ulyesse Preston on Jun 12, 2012 at 2:27:47 pm
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I am a graduate from the University of North Carolina doubled majored in Broadcasting and Journalism with a minor in Gender Studies. I am a very progressive and tenacious worker with a strong military service background. I held the position as the As
News: Autoscript Donates Teleprompters to Kiowa County Media Center
by Cow News Droid on Jun 6, 2012 at 11:17:25 pm
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
Vitec Videocom Helps Launch New Benchmark in Community Television (Shelton, CT--June 6, 2012) Autoscript, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company, and the world’s leading teleprompting company, is pleased to announce its donation of entry-l
News: ikan Proudly Introduces the MR7— A True Director’s Monitor!
by Cow News Droid on Jun 5, 2012 at 5:14:25 am
in the NEWS: Product News Releases Forum
(June 5, 2012) ikan announces the fully equipped MR7 high definition field monitor, packed with features that cannot be found in its price range. With built-in H.264 recording abilities for instant playback, optional wireless transmitter and handheld
Re: Looking for an ANDROID teleprompter software
by Anderson Black on May 22, 2012 at 9:18:01 am
in the Corporate Video Forum
Ok thank you, I'll check it out...
Assistant Video Producer
by Garrett Evans on May 17, 2012 at 10:43:20 pm
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Interweave's Video Studio is seeking an Assistant Video Producer with experience producing video for DVD, online and/or broadcast to assist the Video Studio Manager in all aspects of video production. Responsibilities: Pre-production planning and
Re: Looking for an ANDROID teleprompter software
by Joseph W. Bourke on May 16, 2012 at 1:19:57 am
in the Corporate Video Forum
How about this? http://www.amazon.com/NEXTW3-Easy-prompter/dp/B004J0D0OK For .99 cents I wouldn't expect much, but you can't lose much by trying it.
Looking for an ANDROID teleprompter software
by Anderson Black on May 15, 2012 at 5:44:41 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
i see quite a few for ipad but I need one for Adroid tablet. Any suggestions?
News: Ikegami Announces NAB 2012 Products
by Cow News Droid on Apr 2, 2012 at 8:50:30 pm
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Ikegami’s Exhibit of HDTV Cameras, Monitors, and Accessories Are Affordably Engineered for Multiple Production Applications, and Present and Future Image-Format Requirements (Maywood, New Jersey--April 2, 2012) Exceptional HD picture quality, s
Blog: PROAIM Shoulder Rig Kit-201 – Review
by Chris Blair on Apr 2, 2012 at 1:21:57 am
in the COW - Blogs Forum
We recently added a Panasonic AF-100 camera along with several lenses to our shooting gear and after testing our CPM Film Tools rig with it,  it became obvious we were going to need a heavier-duty rig to make the setup functional. After hours spent r
PROAIM Shoulder Rig Kit-201 – Review
by Chris Blair on Apr 1, 2012 at 6:21:57 pm
in the Forum
We recently added a Panasonic AF-100 camera along with several lenses to our shooting gear and after testing our CPM Film Tools rig with it,  it became obvious we were going to need a heavier-duty rig to make the setup...
Re: iPad teleprompter apps and hardware
by Mike Cohen on Apr 1, 2012 at 1:56:25 am
in the Apple iPad Forum
I just picked up a unit from lcd4video.com - the price was right - for the frequency of needing a prompter it is a lot more cost effective than hiring a prompter and operator for $500+ per shoot, especially because on-camera prompter shoots are like
teleprompter for GY-HM100
by Michael Williams on Mar 29, 2012 at 6:32:46 pm
in the JVC cameras/decks Forum
I have a shoot coming up in a couple months and the client wants a prompter. my gut reaction is to hire a prompter service to come in and handle it, but since I'm using my little GY-HM100 I'm tempted to get one of the ipad or iphone prompters that I
Re: Most profitable type of videography
by Jonathan Ziegler on Mar 20, 2012 at 7:14:04 pm
in the Event Videographers Forum
Yeah but...now I'll play devil's advocate: I like the idea of a web commercial for $300 (I charge more for mine), but where is it costing you $50 out of pocket? I would think gas (at almost $4 a gallon and up), food (those prices are going up, too
Re: Camera and teleprompter positioning
by Richard Crowley on Mar 18, 2012 at 12:54:15 am
in the Corporate Video Forum
I recently shot a similar production of a 1 hour delivery. I used a 19 inch LCD screen positioned right below the lens and we were about 12 feet away from the talent. The farther away the camera is from the talent, the less the viewer can perceive th
Service: Larry D. Lewis
by Larry Lewis on Mar 18, 2012 at 12:17:27 am
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Larry D. Lewis
by Larry Lewis on Mar 17, 2012 at 5:17:27 pm
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Larry Dwight Lewis, Ph. D. Objective: Position as a Video Production Specilist Personal 473 Great Geneva Drive Dover, Delaware 19901 / Phone: 302-697-8998 Apple4Jack@yahoo.com U. S. Citizen Health-good Finances-stable Education Doctor of Philosophy i
Re: Camera and teleprompter positioning
by Thomas Leong on Mar 17, 2012 at 1:35:15 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
Pardon me chipping in here. Glass has 2 surfaces. The ghosting comes from the back surface. This is partly the reason for using silver-surfaced/front-surfaced mirrors, apart from improving reflectivity. Try using a thinner piece of glass and in
Re: Camera and teleprompter positioning
by Mark Suszko on Mar 15, 2012 at 12:16:39 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
That's a drawback of trying to do it too cheap: one of the features of a full-price prompter is what's called a "first-surface mirror". If you did get a mylar sheet attached to the front of the glass, it would help this.
Re: Camera and teleprompter positioning
by Oliver de Morassé on Mar 15, 2012 at 8:13:29 am
in the Corporate Video Forum
Thanks for your feedback Mark. I have played with creating a self-made teleprompter - works just fine. I used an old bit of glass which was lying around. My only criticism is that the displayed text has a drop shadow - it appears doubled. Would a bea
Re: Camera and teleprompter positioning
by Mark Suszko on Mar 9, 2012 at 12:02:06 am
in the Corporate Video Forum
Well, we made a custom one for our studio that uses a 42-inch LCD TV monitor, that's pretty rad... I tell people to get the largest prompter head you can afford, and you can move the camera further back.. A small one, below about 20 inches diago
Re: Camera and teleprompter positioning
by Oliver de Morassé on Mar 8, 2012 at 10:41:15 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
Thanks for your suggestion Mark. What would you say is the min/max size of the LCD panel? Does the camera not have problems with focusing behind the glass or silvered film - is it not too dark?
Re: Camera and teleprompter positioning
by Mark Suszko on Mar 7, 2012 at 5:57:29 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
Bill has it exactly right about height and the prompter mirror. You can often rent prompters in larger towns. If you can't rent and can't buy one, you CAN make your own from scratch; it will be more limited, but will function to get the eyeline
Re: Camera and teleprompter positioning
by Oliver de Morassé on Mar 7, 2012 at 3:33:16 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
Thanks Bill for your quick response. Done a little research regarding beam splitter mirrors - wow, expensive! Have you a preferred make / recommendations in different price segments?
Re: Camera and teleprompter positioning
by Bill Davis on Mar 7, 2012 at 3:04:07 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
Generally... Chest height is typical. It provides a slightly up angle which puts the presenter in a moderately "superior" position relative to the viewer. Neither. Teleprompting creates the illusion that the presenter is talking directly to th
Camera and teleprompter positioning
by Oliver de Morassé on Mar 7, 2012 at 2:21:33 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
We are shooting full body spokespersons against a green screen for e-learning videos. I have received contraditory advice, and would appreciate what you think: 1. Approximately how high should our tripod be? Should we set the video camera at waist
Re: Seeking advice on camera angle/actor eyeline for dialogue scene
by Sean Nolan on Feb 23, 2012 at 7:02:44 pm
in the Cinematography Forum
Hey Todd, this is awesome advice, and I really appreciate it. The film/director examples are great references, which I'll definitely check out. One other thing I should mention, I'll be using a teleprompter on this shoot, and wondered about promp
questions on Alexa timecode/transcoding with audio sync?
by Matthew Love on Feb 10, 2012 at 7:36:43 pm
in the ARRI Forum
Hey guys, I have a job coming up with an Alexa next week and just received the speck sheet as to how they would like to footage delivered. It's going to be a single camera wit teleprompter setup. They are thinking about adding a lockit box
Lowe's Home Improvement is seeking a Senior Video Production Specialist
by manny ladouceur on Feb 10, 2012 at 7:02:59 pm
in the JOBS Offered - Higher Pay Forum
Know your audience and tell the story! The Sr. Video Production Specialist writes and creates video programming to engage and fully prepare employees to achieve Lowe’s business objectives and drive sales to the customer. The Sr. Video Production Spec
ARTICLE: Apple to Add Teleprompter Tools to iMovie and Final Cut Pro
by Dave Gage on Feb 10, 2012 at 6:37:51 pm
in the Apple FCPX Techniques Forum
http://www.patentlyapple.com/patently-apple/2012/02/apple-to-add-teleprompter-tools-to-imovie-and-final-cut-pro.html Dave
Re: Live Teleprompting
by Mark Suszko on Feb 3, 2012 at 7:46:51 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
Being me, I usually ignore brands and purchase the cheapest one that does the job reliably:-). Shop around. Listek and Mirror image are two popular brands. Since you already have an on-camera prompter system, maybe the next step for you is to see i
Live Teleprompting
by Bob O'Hearn on Feb 3, 2012 at 4:50:48 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
I just came back from a company sales meeting where I was originally asked to shoot during the week and complete a video to be shown on the last day. As it turned out they asked me if I had the capability to teleprompt during the meeting. I had Liste
Re: Finding Work
by Thomas Miller on Jan 27, 2012 at 11:15:33 pm
in the Field Production Forum
Looks like you got lots of good tips from people. I would add that you should find something that not a lot of others in your market are doing, or doing well, and become known for it. For example, we've been hiring a young guy a lot who does excellen
Re: portable lights
by Jonathan Ziegler on Jan 24, 2012 at 7:27:21 pm
in the DSLR Video Forum
Ah, don't ask me, I build a lot of my own equipment. LEDs are really cheap and getting RGB ones and properly balancing them really isn't that hard if you do a little research. You are mostly paying for the Lowell name and having equipment that looks
Re: Golden Globes
by Mike Cohen on Jan 17, 2012 at 5:04:28 pm
in the Film History & Appreciation Forum
Here's my idea for an awards show: People like seeing people like Spielberg, Harrison Ford, Jodie Foster, etc present the big awards of the night because we love their work, we don't necessarily love seeing them read fluff from a teleprompter.
Re: I apologize in advance
by Michael Szalapski on Dec 22, 2011 at 7:36:50 pm
in the Adobe After Effects Techniques Forum
What is your ultimate goal? Like, what do you actually want to do? Do you want to be a motion graphics designer with C4D or is simply editing truly what you want to do? Become an expert in what you want to be. For me, I truly am a jack of all trad
Re: Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Martin Curtis on Dec 11, 2011 at 11:15:53 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
I can't add anything regarding brands, but I can for size. I built my own teleprompter (chipboard, perspex, black spray paint and black blanket material) and I've used it for a professional actor at work. It holds a 17" monitor and I use Easy Prompte
Re: Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Mark Suszko on Dec 8, 2011 at 5:11:51 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
You can see on Richard's site, a picture of the prompter head resting on it's own individual tripod, with the cloth connecting it to the camera lens on it's own individual sticks. WHile you can't pan or tilt with that rig, you can zoom with it a bit,
Re: Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Richard Farr on Dec 7, 2011 at 5:46:28 am
in the Corporate Video Forum
We sell the Prompt-it Teleprompter and we use it. I am not trying to make a sale but simply giving you another option - your call if you like it or not: http://www.prompt-it.com.au It is cheaper and is very popular here in Australia. Works well,
Re: Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Bill Davis on Dec 7, 2011 at 4:43:54 am
in the Corporate Video Forum
[Corbin Gross] "Anyway. How much does one of these things weigh? I'm just looking at new tripods and want to make sure I don't get something that just barely holds up the camera/prompter combo. " The LCD units aren't particularly heavy. But depen
Re: Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Corbin Gross on Dec 6, 2011 at 10:24:08 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
Oh, and another thing. Do you think the prompter can be too big? Say I can get the whopper, sure I can shoot somebody 30 feet away. But will that be too big when I need shoot somebody addressing from their 8x12 office?
Re: Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Corbin Gross on Dec 6, 2011 at 10:21:08 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
You know, most of the time I am using in-house talent. They're actually pretty good though. It's not like we just get the prettiest blonde girl in the office, put on too much makeup and hope nobody's looking at the product. And many of the videos we
Re: Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Bill Davis on Dec 6, 2011 at 8:47:13 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
All these are good thoughts. But understand that reading a prompter and looking natural at the same time is a skill roughly equivalent to dancing. Most people can do it competently with practice. Very few people can walk out on a dance floor a
Re: Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Jason Jenkins on Dec 6, 2011 at 6:05:49 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
I have a prompterpeople unit as well, which I like.
Re: Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Jim Brown on Dec 6, 2011 at 5:39:19 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
Mark has valid points. I use a unit from The Prompter People which as an lcd screen and does through the lens glass. Started using it with a PD170, went to a Z1, and now an EX1. The unit works very well on small cameras such as yours. Would recom
Re: Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Mark Suszko on Dec 6, 2011 at 4:28:40 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
First of all, don't let anyone convince you that putting the screen above, below, or next to the lens is "just as good" as an honest-to-god, thru-the-mirror system. It's not. Sometimes you might get away with it, but for the real deal in eye contact,
Suggestions For A Teleprompter
by Corbin Gross on Dec 6, 2011 at 4:07:18 pm
in the Corporate Video Forum
I need to get a teleprompter. I have no idea where to start, I thought you guys could make some suggestions? I'm an in house guy at an apparel wholesaler. I make videos of our management promoting new initiatives and selling new product. 90% in s
Re: iPad teleprompter apps and hardware
by Richard Farr on Nov 25, 2011 at 12:19:55 am
in the Apple iPad Forum
Hi Chris, we highly recommend Teleprompt+ by Bombing Brain (http://www.bombingbrain.com/teleprompt.html). It works very well and you CAN scroll backwards or forwards, control speed and text size and all the other bits & pieces you would expect for
iPad teleprompter apps and hardware
by Chris Blair on Nov 23, 2011 at 1:48:02 am
in the Apple iPad Forum
We're considering getting a hardware/app combination and using an iPad as a teleprompter. Problem is, I can't find hardly any reliable reviews about the apps. Most of the reviews from the App Store are cryptic, or they note that the apps all lack pro
Service: Christopher Iuliano Videography
by chris iuliano on Nov 12, 2011 at 10:08:02 pm
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