"Try the Sony HDRXR500. Its a really cool little camera and it even has a gps.
Another gizmo I recommend is the Steady Vision camera support www.steadyvision.info it has changed the way I do my filming!"
"I prefer SD widescreen. It takes less time to render (actually a lot less!) and unless you are making a blu-ray I don't see the difference. So, when a client wants HD we charge more.
Joan - www.ShawProductionsLasVegas.com"
Welcome to this great site. I'm a production designer who recently became a director for an upcoming feature film. If you have the time I would like to have comments on the poster. Positives or negatives your opignons means a lot for the marketing to come.
Hi, Yes depending on your goals. If you are new with ediding, you are probably at the right start. Personnaly I've began with ulead video studio back when the version 6 was out. Pretty easy to use I have come with great results at the time. I'm still using ulead but the version 11 witch is very simple after a few days trying it but recently I have changed my tools and work with adobe premiere pro cs3 and final cut on mac. Try to view some tutorials of some video editing software after trying movie maker, it will sure helps you to know all the basics and much more!