Als Filmproduzent hat man zwei grundsätzliche Alternativen, Gerld zu verdienen: mit Auftragsproduktionen und mit Eigenproduktione, die in der Regel als Kauf-DVDs vertrieben werden. Für den Vetrieb können Sie sich eine Vetriebsfirma suchen oder oder aber Sie übernehmen den Vertrieb selbst.
Eigenproduktionen sind Filme, bei denen Sie von der Idee über die Produktion bis zum Vertrieb alles in eigener Regie übernehmen. Geld verdienen Sie mit diesen Filmen, indem Sie…Continue
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Are you in the Los Angeles area?
DVExpo is in Pasadena.
When you register, Use code dmala12 for a free exhibit hall pass, and discounts on all of the conferences.
See you there.
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The highly anticipated Atomos Samurai has finally made its way into a number of production workflows. This portable touchscreen 10bit HD recorder, monitor, and playback/playout device captures pristine video and audio direct from any camera with HD/SD-SDI. It encodes in real-time onto low-cost, removable 2.5" hard…Continue
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Safe Harbor Computers offers 3 great portable video field recording devices, but which is right for you? The Blackmagic Design HyperDeck Shuttle records uncompressed video, while the Atomos Ninja and Samurai units record to the Apple ProRes codec. This is not meant to be a review of any of these units – rather, I wish to explain the compression and…Continue
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We’ve had a lot of inquiries lately from customers interested in Matrox MXO2 hardware who are unsure if they need to get the "MAX" option or not. I’d like to share some information here to help you make an informed decision on this for yourself.
Quite simply, MAX…
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The new ikan VL7 portable 7" LCD display has given my video productions – and my career – a new lease on life! More on that in a moment — but first a bit of history about "portable" monitors. I began filming weddings and events in 1992 with a Hi8 camcorder that had only a small black and white viewfinder, as color LCDs were not invented yet. Not…
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If you’re using Premiere Pro CS5 or CS5.5 on the PC with Matrox MXO2 hardware, there’s some important information we’d like you to be aware of to get the best DVD export quality. This info only pertains to exporting "MPEG-2 for DVD" from a Matrox NTSC sequence – if you’re using a Matrox HD or Matrox PAL sequence, the cropping does not apply and you may disregard these instructions.
With the CS4 drivers for MXO2, a Matrox NTSC project was 720x480, but starting with CS5, Matrox…Continue
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Yes, I know that many of us already have a Facebook presence. And it's difficult to differentiate between your professional and personal relationships.
FOOTAGE FIRM GROUP is on facebook / footage firm
If you have a pro/personal facebook experience, join other members there too. (You never know where your next contract will come from)
Added by Ko Maruyama on June 8, 2011 at 2:56pm — No Comments
Lower Thirds can be terrible, or they can be great.
From an animator's view point, L3s on talking heads are usually boring, but an editor or director may want it "flat" so that the viewer isn't distracted from what's going on in the edit event.
I wonder what DV Pros' opinions on Lower Thirds are.
DV Professionals continue to grow! And with it, a broad range of members' use of "DV".
Remember when DV meant something other than generic "Digital Video"?
Whether you're using some kind of old school "DV" format, or if you're branching out into the bleeding edge of video production and post production, WELCOME TO DV PROFESSIONALS!
Please be sure to check back frequently. There are more great benefits to come. (Have you checked the Free Clip…Continue
Added by Ko Maruyama on March 6, 2011 at 7:54pm — No Comments
VS Video Productions based in Denver Colorado recently invested in the Panasonic AG-HPX370 uncompressed high definition video. This camera is highly versatile shooting in native DVCPRO, DVCPRO-HD, and DVCPRO standard digital, with a host of other options available as well.…Continue
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