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How to Create 3D Shapes with Newton 3’s 2D Physic Simulator

Although Newton 3 is a 2D physics simulator and only accepts 2D shapes and text, there's a small workaround to incorporate 3D shapes. Let's take a look.

How to Export Videos in DaVinci Resolve – A Simple Breakdown

Exporting a video correctly is the first step to professional-level editing. Learn how to export videos in DaVinci Resolve with this simple approach.

Have We Reached The Video Quality Threshold for Sub-$3000 Cameras?

We already have access to inexpensive, cinema-quality footage from a range of mirrorless cameras. So, what's next for this market?

Blackmagic Announces the URSA Mini Pro 12K

Blackmagic goes big with the jaw-dropping new URSA Mini Pro 12K. Yes, you read that right. It’s that time of the year again, when a cryptic teaser ...

YouTube Creators Set to Earn Extra Income with Change to Ads

Down from 10 minutes to 8 minutes, YouTube changes the standards for mid-roll ad eligibility on its platform.

A Beginner’s Guide to Frame Rates

There are a handful of commonly used frame rates, each with their own purpose. Here is a quick guide to the industry standard frame rates and what ...

Free Design Elements for Motion Graphics Artists

Heads up, motion designers: Here’s a handy, up-to-date roundup of some of our very favorite motion graphics freebies. Look, everyone loves free content and assets. How could ...

10 Minute Crash Course: Newton 3 After Effects Plugin

Newton is a 2D physics simulator plug-in for After Effects. The plug-in makes text, shapes, and masks behave like real-world objects. Let's take a look.

5 Solid Ways to Make Money on Your YouTube Videos

From AdSense to memberships to brand sponsorship, let's look at five ways you can successfully monetize your YouTube videos.

How to Start a Twitch Stream with Your Filmmaking Camera

While Twitch is primarily known for streaming gaming content, you can also stream presentations, tutorials, ceremonies, and events. Here's how.

The Best Inexpensive Lenses for the Blackmagic Pocket 6K

With the recent price reduction to the Blackmagic Pocket 6K, there's no better time than now to pick one up. Here are a few lens recommendations for ...

Live Stream with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K and 6K

Live streaming with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K? It's possible now. Learn how to set up your streaming experience with this camera.

NDI Virtual Input not working with NVIDIA GeForce TRX 2070

NDI Virtual Input will detect my INVIDIA card but does not allow me to choose it. Has anyone seen this problem? When I go to NDI Virtual Input there is no dropdown option for my other screens (INVIDIA), only my Intel Graphics card. I tried driver updates to my GE Force INVIDIA card but still no luck. It had been working before. Even when I right click the NDI Tools icon/program and try to choose the correct graphics processor (It does show up there), it will not engage it.

Skype NDI OUTPUT, black screen help

Hi,

I've got the desktop version of Skype and have turned on NDI. When I am in a call I see 3 feeds from skype "local", "person speaking" and one other I forget the name of. Unfortunately they are all black when viewed in NDI studio monitor.

I've seen a number of reports on google of this, but most seem to end in "it fixed itself, I don't know what I did" rather than in a solution I can try. I did try making more than one call, starting and stopping skype and studio monitor, so far I get the same results every time.

Anyone know what is wrong?


P.S. are there any other video conferencing tools besides skype with NDI OUTPUT support built in?

NDI over the internet?

I'm working on a project where I will bring in various video sources from different locations by NDI, composite them into a virtual set at my location and then send the composite back out to other locations by NDI. This is all over the public internet.

Is this possible (assuming enough bandwidth) using just access manager? I want to test it out but am having trouble because the networks I have access to right now are cable modems with NATs so the "true" IP address of the machines where access manager is running are not exposed on the internet. Will access manager work in this kind of setup? If so, how would the NATs/firewalls have to be setup? Is there any way to capture sources as NDI HX (iPhone app) to reduce the bandwidth requirements?

I don't mind using a commercial service and paying for it, but before I can get budget I need to do a proof of concept and I need to do it quickly. It didn't seem like any of the commercial NDI cloud services have a "download and try it" version. Does anyone know of a service I can get a trial for right away that would work?

Right now I have access to 10mbps up/300mbps down internet. I can upgrade to full 2gig up/down but again I would like to prove that this works (even at reduced quality) before paying for the upgrade.

It would also be nice if there was some way to output the video window from a video chat program such as teams, webex, skype...etc as NDI. This would be a last resort for getting the remote feed, however low the quality.

Problems with NewTek Connect (free) and Aja cards

Hi,

I got the impression that NewTek Connect was supposed to work with Aja video input cards. I have a Aja Kona HDMI 4 input card on windows 10 and it does not seem to be recognized. My webcam shows up, but the Aja card with 1080p60 video sources connected does not.

Is there some way to fix this?

Also I find it very annoying that Connect seems to grab my entire screen and won't let me move it to a different monitor. My main monitor is a big 4k and it seems a waste to have connect grab all of it. I'd at least like to move it to my smaller 1920x1200 monitor but when I use the windows keys to do this the window stays 4k size. Is there some way to move/resize this window? All the normal windows methods seem to be disabled.

Greg

The Filmmaker’s Cinematic Quandary: S-Log2 vs. Cine4

Today, we'll discuss the pros and cons of the S-Log2 vs. the Cine4, and the importance of color and tones concerning the integrity of your project.

Should You Sell Your Camera Gear During Uncertain Times?

During trying times, many of us are taking stock of our gear. If you're thinking about selling some of your equipment, here are a few considerations.

Is the Sony A7R IV a Worthy Investment for Video?

In this review, we'll discuss the quality and affordability of Sony's Alpha 7 Line — past, present, and future — with an eye to its video capabilities.

The Multimedia Worldbuilding of the Star Wars Legends Franchise

What do the Star Wars comics, games, and novels offer this multi-layered franchise? Go in-depth to discover how diverse storytelling can build a universe.

Creating Scenes with Audio: Make Your Setting Appear Silent

In this writeup, we'll discuss how to make a scene completely silent, as well as how to reintroduce specific sounds into your scene.

Is the ERA 4 Noise Remover a Simple Solution to Noise Removal?

Today we're going to look at Accusonus's ERA 4 Pro bundle and discuss how it operates within Resolve, focusing specifically on noise removal.

A Detailed Review of the DaVinci Resolve Keyboard

In this hands-on review, we take a look at Blackmagic's DaVinci Resolve keyboard and how it can increase your editing efficiency.

Has the Mirrorless Silent Mode Feature Killed the Unit Stills Blimp?

Unit stills photographers shoot the majority of promotional material and behind-the-scenes stills, but many people don't know much about their role.

DaVinci Resolve’s Boring Detector — Offensive or Misunderstood?

Let's discuss the usefulness of the Boring Detector for the up-and-coming editor — as well as how and why it is sometimes ineffective.

Intersections – The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Celebrates its 30th Anniversary

Intersections – The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Celebrates its 30th Anniversary
In October CAN headed to Pittsburgh to toast the 30th Anniversary of The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry. The event was accompanied by "Intersections," a dynamic group exhibition showcasing many of the anti-disiciplinary works produced within the labs. Here, we review the show and share details about various included works.

Retrogaming made in France: 10 épisodes pour redécouvrir l’histoire de la création des jeux vidéo à la Française

Par : greg

Retrogaming Made in France plonge dans la légende de la “French touch” du jeu vidéo, à la (re)découverte du gameplay et des graphismes surannés de ces “hits” qui ont largement influencé ceux d’aujourd’hui. C’est l’histoire des origines de l’industrie du jeu vidéo en France en dix épisodes, dix jeux cultes, commentés par leurs créateurs mais … Continuer la lecture de Retrogaming made in France: 10 épisodes pour redécouvrir l’histoire de la création des jeux vidéo à la Française

Retrogaming made in France: 10 épisodes pour redécouvrir l’histoire de la création des jeux vidéo à la Française

Par : greg

Retrogaming Made in France plonge dans la légende de la “French touch” du jeu vidéo, à la (re)découverte du gameplay et des graphismes surannés de ces “hits” qui ont largement influencé ceux d’aujourd’hui. C’est l’histoire des origines de l’industrie du jeu vidéo en France en dix épisodes, dix jeux cultes, commentés par leurs créateurs mais … Continuer la lecture de Retrogaming made in France: 10 épisodes pour redécouvrir l’histoire de la création des jeux vidéo à la Française

Massive Updates to the BMPCC4K Are Finally Here

After a long wait since the initial reports, we finally get a new update that completely reenergizes the Pocket 4K with plenty of new features.

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