"I am also having this issue right now. I love the tapes and my partner thinks that tapeless work flows will increase my productivity. Here is my issue... to load in an hour tape its in real time, which means it takes 1 hour to load a tape. I'm…"
I need a writer to craft a script for a project ASAP! My client, the leading manufacturer of outdoor power equipment, is having a company wide meeting and wants to intro their new safety video series, which I produced, via a humorous "commercial or trailer". Their safety manager will transform into "Double G", his rap/hip hop alter ego. If you can write, send me your info with writing samples, along with page firstname.lastname@example.orgSee More
"The Z7 names them in sequence so you can see clip 1, 2, 23 etc but unless I had a production asst. logging I still have to import them all and then sort it out, but I guess watching, logging and capturing tape is a similar time drain.
"Does the Z7 have meta data capability? The Panasonic's with P2 do, so you can set up a meta data naming convention and theoretically, it will show up with the clip number. I'd assume that you have a couple of HD's for your…"
"I shoot with a Sony Z7u that records on CF cards. It's convenient by the tapeless workflow has it's own drawbacks. I edit on Avid Media Composer, so I use the Sony utility to import the clips from the card to the computer, then I have to…"
Seeking input on the various formats of tapeless acquisition. I'm ready to delve into tapeless and would like your input. So far, I like the P2 and the SDHC formats. Shoot me your thoughts.thanksEdSee More
Corporate Video Creations has been leading the way in video production by providing high quality productions at rates that any business can afford. We provide complete turn key video production for the entire Hampton Roads area, Virginia, the Outer Banks and Elizabeth City North Carolina and beyond.
Our crews have produced videos in North Carolina for several real estate clients as well as Red Bull. In Virginia we have produced commercials and corporate videos for clients such as Northrop Grumman, ABNB Federal Credit Union and Wal-Mart.
The personal attention each client receives allows our clients to become our friends not just a client. No tech speak here! We explain every facet of production to you in easy to understand terms. So you don't need to know the difference between 4:3 or 16:9, SD, DV or HDTV. Give us a call for a no obligation consultation.
Corporate Video Creations is owned and operated by Award Winning producer, Ed Tworek. Ed began his professional career freelancing in Chicago while attending Columbia College. During his freelance career, Ed trained under some of Chicago's most highly respected gaffers and cinematographers. Ed graduated with honors from Columbia College Chicago in 1998 with a Bachelors of Arts degree, majoring in television production. Ed and his wife, Virginia, children, Kate, J-T and Ann relocated to Fort Smith Arkansas, where Ed had accepted a position as a news photographer/editor at KHBS/KHOG TV. Ed progressed to the rank of Associate Producer for the morning news, while still enjoying shooting and editing video daily.
After almost 3 years in Arkansas, Ed packed up the family again to relocate to Champaign Illinois. This time for Virginia's employer. Ed found a position at WICD TV as Senior Producer Creative Services. Ed worked tirelessly producing commercials and station promotions, and in 2002, the hard work paid off. Ed earned a coveted Telly Award and a Videographers Award of Distinction, for his production "The Danville Symphony Orchestra". In addition to the hard work, Ed enjoyed a bunch of free golf, while assisting in station sponsored fundraising efforts for the Children's Miracle Network. In 2002, the family was once again in the moving truck, headed again for Northwest Arkansas. Virginia was once again promoted to a home office position for the world's largest retailer. Ed landed a position as staff gaffer with Ozark Film and Video in Springdale Arkansas. At Ozark, Ed learned the nuances of high end corporate and educational production. In addition to his gaffer duties, Ed shot video on many projects. During Ed's tenure at Ozark, he had the pleasure of traveling the U.S and Puerto Rico and Mexico to shoot. In 2003, Ed accepted a position as Technical Director at the Jones Center for Families. Ed was responsible for programming a 24 hour leased access cable channel, as well as shooting, editing and directing live and live to tape productions. In early 2004, Ed and family were once again in the moving van, headed to Chesapeake Virginia. Virginia was transferred again. Upon arrival in Virginia, Ed opened Corporate Video Creations with the purpose of providing video production to the underserved markets, those of the small to medium size businesses with limited advertising and promotions budgets. Corporate Video Creations is thriving and growing almost daily, thanks to our loyal customers.
Cameras: Sony HVR-Z1U High Definition Camcorder, 2 Sony UVW-100B BetaCam SP Camcorders, slate, warm balance cards
Lens: Fujinon S16 x 7.3 BRM-68 (2)
studio conrols and monitors
Newtek Tricaster Pro
Support: Libec LS-50 Fluid Head, Cartoni Fluid Head Tripods, 10' mini Jib
Lighting: Arri 650's, Lowell Tota/Omni kit with stands, umbrellas and diffusion 2000 watts total. 3 Colortran 600 watt open face fixtures, Soft boxes.
Grip: Matthews C-Stands (4)with 40" arms, Flag/net kit with kukoloris, gaffers tape and misc. grips, apple boxes, foam core
Audio: 2 Sony UWP-C1 Wireless Lav Mics, 2 Shure Sm-93 wired Lavalier mics, 1 Shure Stick mic, Sony headphones, 4 channel Field Mixer with Petrol harness ,boom pole and misc. xlr cables
Monitors: Toshiba 13" color monitor and JVC 19" 4:3-16:9 switchable LCD monitor with BNC cables, 5.0" hand held color LCD monitor
Portable backdrop Frame with Green screen chroma key background, Ultra White paper, douveteen and painted background
Power: Batteries with charger, AC power supply for each camera, stingers
4 Motorola 2 way radios with headsets
PortaCom 4 station headset system
Basic make up and hair kit
2 shelf equipment cart
Sony UVW 1700G BetaCam SP player/recorder
Sony DSR-11 DVCAM player/recorder
Sony HVR-M25U 1080i HDV, DVCam, DV player/recorder
Magnavox VHS/DVD player/recorder
Canopus ADVC-500 Advanced DV Converter
Canopus ADVC-300 Advanced DV Converter
Sigma CSG-360A Color Sync Generator
Adobe CS3 Production Suite Premium
Sony Vegas 4.0 Edit Software + DVD Architect 1.0
Sony Vegas 6.0 Edit Software + DVD Architect 3.0
Sony Vegas 8.0 Edit Software + DVD Architect 4.5
Apple iMac Edit Computer with Apple 23" Cinema Display
Apple Final Cut Studio
Mackie 1402-VLZ Pro audio mixer
Mackie 12 Channel audio Mixer
Digital Juice Background Animation Library
Stock Footage Library
Royalty Free Music Library
Sound Effects Library
Cubase LE4 with Alpha Interface
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