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  1. Video Production and Film Making Checklist

    When starting up a filmmaking business, one of the most exciting parts is putting together and organising your videography equipment.   This requires true dedication, careful planning, and a lot of research, not least because there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ package of video equipment out there. Before starting out, you will need to ask yourself a few key questions in order to...
  2. What is a Blackmagic Camera and Why you Need One!

    You could try and find a filmmaker who is not in favour of the Blackmagic range of video tech, but chances are, you wouldn’t be successful. This is because Blackmagic Design has rapidly become one of the world’s leading innovators and manufacturers of creative video software and hardware. Setting out to change the industry forever, Blackmagic has continually released ground-breaking video...
  3. Protect your Professional Camera with Industry Leading Cases

    For any professional photographer or videographer, your equipment is your livelihood and it’s fair to say these tools do not come cheap. So that’s why it’s necessary to invest in suitable cases and measures to protect it while you transport your equipment from one location to the next. But because there are so many types of protective gear to choose...
  4. The Power of the Teradek Serv Pro Wireless Video Streaming

    The Power of the Teradek Serv Pro Wireless Video Streaming
    Continually making headlines in the cinema world, the Teradek Serv Pro is setting a new standard on set. This powerful camera-top wireless transmitter broadcasts H.264 video and audio to as many as ten iOS smartphones and tablets on the same WiFi network, giving the whole production team their own handheld monitors to see the shot. Serv Pro Hardware Durable and...
  5. The NVS-40 Ultra Versatile Streaming Encoder

    The Datavideo NVS-40 is a must-have for all video producers, particularly those looking to livestream to multiple servers at the same time. As a multi-channel video streaming and recording device, the NVS-40 enables users to record and stream high-quality videos simultaneously as the device features independent SDI and HDMI inputs. Simply by setting different video formats and bitrates, up-to four...
  6. DataVideo Go- 500 Studio is a Powerful Portable Video Production Studio

    Complete with an SE-500HD video switcher, TLM-102 dual monitor for preview and program, NVS-25 streaming encoder, and HDR-1 H.264 USB recorder, the DataVideo Go-500 Studio is an all-in-one video production system. The Go-500 Studio comes racked, connected and contained all in one HC-800 case, making it perfect for easy transportation and use. A small but fully equipped system, this professional production equipment will be your new go-to video...
  7. Powerful Broadcast Equipment with the DATAVIDEO 4K Multi-Camera Unit

    DATAVIDEO 4K Multi-camera Unit The Datavideo KMU-100 is a 4K multi-camera unit production solution offering a multiple simulated Full HD of a maximum of 1080p mounted camera angles. You can link the production of one 4K-UHD camera to KMU-100, which can display a maximum of four 16x9 personalised cropped frames that are later sent out in four different HD signals...
  8. Wireless Video Transmission in a Backpack

    Wireless Video Transmission in a Backpack
    H.264 and H.265 Video Encoders When you are in need of a system to help with video transmission, the quality of your video output will be hugely dependent on the quality of the encoder that you use with your file. Encoding a video recording converts the raw file into a compressed format without affecting the quality of the image to...
  9. What Is a White Box Lens?

    When shopping for broadcast lenses, you've probably come across listings that describe the item as a "white box lens." What exactly does this mean? A white box lens is a lens that was originally part of a camera kit that the retailer bought and subsequently split out into separate products. Instead of having retail packaging, these lenses come in a plain...
  10. Transfer Video From Panasonic Camcorder to Computer

    You just shot a video on your Panasonic camcorder, and now you want to transfer that footage to your computer. How this is done depends on the type of camcorder and computer being used. Older Panasonic camcorders utilize a cable connection called FireWire. This is often found on camcorders that use video tapes for storing footage. The computer needs a...

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