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Imagine using a point-and-shoot camera where you point the camera at something but instead of actually looking through the viewfinder, you only pay attention to whether or not you see an exposure warning light. You don't validate focus. You don't validate composition. You only validate that the sensor is receiving signal not blocked by the lens cap. That ...
Depending on the level of quality you want to operate at, these two recording options you mentioned are pretty much it: record externally or internally. The reason to record externally are more than you mention, I.e if shooting an interview, you can leave the sound running but turn off the camera for the moments that are not so interesting. Also, the ...
Adobe Premiere is Non-linear editing application. Any changes made in it don't have any influence on footage on your hard drive. Not audio, not video. It is feature, which prevent damaging footage files. It is based on trimming, not cutting. However, if you really want it, you can trim your audio, export it from Premiere, and then import back. But I can't ...
First off, if you have audio with your video (that you want to replace with your high-quality audio recording), then step #1 is to nudge the Zoom audio track to line up the impulse of the clap with the corresponding impulse of the scratch audio from the video file. To do that, you need to change the Timecode Display Format to Audio Samples. Once you do ...
From my experience there are some parameters you need to check for each of the sites mentioned here already: What is their licensing model: usually the licensing depends on the distribution channel you use, i.e. "unlimited worldwide TV distribution" usually being the most expensive. How does their "curatorial" skills meet your quality standards. I wouldnt ...
Try this one...everything is free (with attribution.) http://soundimage.org/
Recent digital wireless products are more likely than not to have automated features which both search out available channels, AND to automatically pair transmitters and receivers. However, legacy analog kits are much more vulnerable to problems of interaction and interference with other similar wireless kits being operated in proximity.
In most cases you can choose a frequency for the sender / transmitter to operate on. Interfering with another wireless mic is only one problem which might make switching frequencies necessary. You can also encounter other radio interference, not caused by other radio mics. Apparently the Sennheiser avx does this automatically for you, but I would assume ...
You can easily add Garageband audio into iMovie. The newer versions have a button that will import songs directly into iMovie.
I think you can probably get any microphone that can go into an audio slot.
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