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The Unofficial Guide to vMix Released by the StreamGeeks

The StreamGeeks have released a new book called The Unofficial Guide to vMix. Author Paul Richards announced that his eighth book dedicated to live streaming. The book will help readers level up their live streaming with the industry’s top video production software. vMix has become an industry leader in the live streaming software space. The ...

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Introducing PrimeTime’s LED Remote Broadcast Kit

DALLAS – “Now you can have the same professional LED lighting as TV studios for your remote or home broadcast, stated Glen Harn, PrimeTime Lighting president. PrimeTime just launched the MSLED 5-S remote video light kit for remote studio applications. The kit is commercial-grade quality for users working from home for newscasts, stream videos, zoom calls, podcasts ...

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Painting with Sound: Save Your Bad Shots with Good Sound Design

This video tutorial explores some crucial techniques used to heighten production value — replacing your audio with more dynamic, cinematic sounds.

Setting Up a Live Performance Stream: Budget to Professional

Looking to get in on live-streaming? Here are a few ways to get this job done. See how to set up a live performance stream professionally and ...

Roundtable Interview: Creating Successful YouTube Videos

Creating a successful YouTube channel is the easiest thing ever, and it’s the hardest thing ever. Here are some insights from four YouTubers who are making it ...

Discover the Fascinating World of Silent Movie Props

Dealing with annoying audio quirks? Check out these inventive and practical silent film props that keep sound mixers happy.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing a Tagline for Your Film or Video Project

Finishing your film or video project is always an accomplishment, but the work doesn’t stop there. Here’s how to write a tagline that will attract viewers. A ...

How Shutdowns Can Actually Create a New Age of Filmmaking Opportunity

Movies have been declared dead, now long live the new age of post-lockdown filmmaking possibilities. Here are three current trends.

Hack the Canon R5 for Nearly Unlimited 4K Recording

Here’s how you can use an Atomos Ninja V to “hack” a Canon R5 for nearly unlimited 4K video recording. Watch the tutorial for these easy-to-follow steps.

Capturing Cinematic Shots of Yourself, By Yourself

Here's your all-in-one cinematic guide to filming yourself with no crew, no help, and just you as a one-person band. Let's take a look.

Sony Goes Small With New a7C Full-Frame Digital Camera

Sony doubles down on compactness with the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame digital camera — the Sony a7C. While most camera manufacturers remain intent on winning the ...

Upgrade Your Production with These Overlooked, but Essential Roles

Let's highlight some important roles within a production crew that are often overlooked, yet essential to making professional, high-quality content.

5 Reasons Why the URSA Mini Pro G2 Is a Documentary Workhorse

Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 4.6K G2 is a versatile camera, good for nearly any workflow. Let's take a close look at the camera in a documentary environment.

How to Render and Export in After Effects

When you're just getting started in After Effects, the program can be daunting. Here's a quick guide to exporting your project.

A Detailed Guide to Capturing Video Game Footage on a PC

Learn the basics of video game capture and start creating video game content. Check out what you need — a computer, free software, a video capture device.

Is the New Zoom H8 Right for Your Film and Video Projects? Yup.

Explore how the new Zoom H8 audio recorder can work for your filmmaking and video production needs, with an intro to the product, its specs, and use ...

How to Composite Shots Together to Pull Off HDR

Let's look at how to successfully pull off the HDR look by shooting multiple clips, then piecing them together in post-production.

Essential Gear You Need to Start Your Own Production Company

From 4K cameras and gimbals to editing software and computers, let's look at the essential gear you'll need to start your own video production company.

BREAKING: Sony a7S III is Here, and You’re Probably Going to Buy It

Sony just announced the a7S III, a monster of a mirrorless camera that we can’t wait to get our hands on. What a long, strange trip it’s ...

Best Practices for Video Editors Working with an Audio Team

If you're lucky enough to have audio pros on your team, you'll want to keep them happy. Here's how to prep your files and communicate clearly.

Establishing and Maintaining a Hierarchy on a Film or Video Set

It's impossible to run a set like a flat organization. Here's why hierarchy matters, and how you can use it to your advantage.

The 5 Types of Corporate Video Clients You’ll Work With Most

Let's break down the five most common clients in corporate video production, and how you can prepare for their needs on-set or in an edit.

5 Secret Ingredients of Deliciously Engaging YouTube Cooking Videos

From setting your lights up to choosing the right focal length, here's everything you need to know about filming a cooking video in five pro tips.

Meet the Creative Crew Behind Kevin James’s YouTube Channel

Kevin James's YouTube channel is an example of how simple concepts can be produced with a small team and still be cinematic. Let's hear the team out.

Jeremy Higham’s Advice on How to Become a Better Interviewer

Jeremy Higham provides several valuable tips about how to become better at interviewing. Explore his recommendations and our takeaways here.

Pro Advice for Starting Out as a Film and Television Producer

Get an inside look at the daily life of a producer working in film, television, and video production from some of the heavy-hitters in the film industry.

Is the Canon EOS R5 Actually a Good Camera for Filmmakers? 

Thoughts on the Canon EOS R5, the R6, and what these new cameras could mean for filmmakers and video professionals. Well, this has certainly been an eventful ...

Three Side Hustles That Are Perfect For Video Editors

From writing to starting your own YouTube channel — diversify your stream of revenue as a video editor by trying these three side hustles.

How to Stay Safe Filming an Event During COVID-19

Par : Tori Lumen

Filming any event during the coronavirus pandemic is a challenge. Here are the measures to take while filming an event during COVID-19.

The Making of Mac Miller’s Posthumous “Good News” Video

Tim Clapham, Luxx’s founder/creative director, and digital artist Jon Lutjens talk about their process and experience with Mac Miller’s "Good News" video.