How to Nail the Pacing of your Travel Film This is quite an in-depth look at how to control the pacing of your videos. Although it is titled to suggest it is somewhat specific to travel videos that is not the case. The tips in the tutorial apply to just about any type of video project. I can't stress too much just how vital this tutorial is of you want to take your videos to … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Pacing, Gimbals and Behind the Scenes Stuff
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How to Create the Perfect Vacation Video So, if you are designated video maker for the family holidays or just vacations in general then this is the article for you! It is a very well written and complete step by step guide to both preparing yourself to shoot the video but also how to put the whole thing together. Perfect Vacation Videos 5 Tips for Shooting Handheld … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Vacation Videos, Parallel Cuts and Home Setups
3 New Codecs Are Coming in 2020. Some time back there was the announcement that the next progression as far as video codecs went was going to be the H.265 codec. At the time that codec was meant to be the next step in the world of widely used and generally compatible video codecs that the average person would be using. As it is, that codec has never really taken over the market … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – The Friday Roundup – New Codecs, Camera Movement and More!
Soviet Montage Theory & Definition, Examples and Types of Montage So the reality is that many of us who have become the unofficial videographer for friends and family are going to be working largely with pretty rough raw materials. We are going to be put in the position where we have a bunch of footage that needs to be pulled together in order to represent some event. Nine … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Soviet Montages, Austin Powers and Stop Motion
Map Animations with Google Earth Studio A few months ago I referred to the Google Earth Studio with a tutorial on how to make Map Animations using that service... and then of course I completely forgot about it. So, if you haven't heard of it, this is a free service being developed by Google that integrates the Google Earth portal with their own online animation software. What … [Read more...] about The Friday Roundup – Google Earth Studio, Travel Videos and Transitions