You’ve made up your mind, and you want a laptop. You need the mobility that only a laptop can provide and since you will be editing video you need more power than a tablet has to offer. And at this point in time you don’t quite need the power and expandability a workstation can provide.
Are you in the market for a video editing workstation? Have you finally realized you’re ready to ditch that laptop and move into a more expandable workstation? If your old video editor just died or you’re new to the world of video editing this buyer’s guide will help you make an informed choice.
The anatomy of video contains a wide variety of parts—some remain hidden, right before the viewers’ eyes. Pixels, like cells of the body, work together, combining to make the overall image. Chroma subsampling is the DNA of color information in the pixels of a video image. It’s a small part of each individual frame, but one that plays a major role in the construction of the overall clip of footage.
In the far-reaching consumer world, pricing and universal availability still run the video show, but with an ever-increasing roar of acceptance, other methods of video distribution are taking control of our viewing habits.
You are a video producer, right? So why should you concern yourself with how to write a screenplay? Because a time may come when you have to get your ideas from paper to video, and you need to explain to a financial backer, crew and cast how your idea plays out.
JVC’s GC-PX100 is one of the most affordable choices for high frame rate slow motion cinematography today. With it’s ability to shoot up to 600 frames per second, small form factor, and affordable price, this camera is a solid choice for athletes, coaches, and consumers who need good performance on a budget.
DJI's Phantom quadcopter is a well-designed, easy to fly, low cost aerial video platform, with sophisticated GPS and failsafe features in a small and durable package. It is perfect for hobbyists who want to add camera angles that used to be reserved for only big budget productions.
Color conveys meaning. We use it to define our sensory experience, to describe objects, express emotion, and evoke a response. It is descriptive beyond what we see. It's no wonder that color plays a large role in video production and careful thought goes into crafting the color palettes on screen.