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HD simply refers to a given number of pixels in the signal, not some measure of quality. Even 1080p TV is lower resolution than the photos on most camera phones. Even the 4k video used in the latest Hollywood blockbuster movies is lower quality than the still photos of most camera phones. Video takes up far FAR more data than stills. If you think about ...
They are for the teleprompter. The words are on a screen below, the angle is to reflect to the speaker's line of site... I'm sure there are different implementations, but that's the basic gist.
I think you're referring to the (false) parallax effect. This guy has applied it to stationary photographs in a similar way as in the "God made a farmer" video and in the video description he explains the global steps he has taken. Here's a quote from his description concerning the production process: First, the image is cut into multiple sections, each ...
If you want to save time and learning efforts, and you can live with limited control over the end result, you may want to have a look at: muvee Reveal Magix Fastcut GoPro Studio Sony Action Cam Movie Creator The later two are for free.
If your actually looking to produce a single image from a number of temporally-local frames, then your probably looking at doing some kind of superresolution or drizzle integration. There are tools that do this. I use them for astrophotography myself, such as Registax and AutoStakkert!! 2. These are designed to generate astronomy images, such as planets, ...
I believe the technique you're interested in is most commonly called "camera mapping" or "camera projection". Here is a tutorial on the technique which employs the use of Maxon Cinema 4d, although the effect is achievable through many other other software packages.
These are teleprompters, or more accurately the upper mirror of a free standing teleprompter. The screen is at the base of the device and can be larger and brighter than would otherwise fit on a small stand. They place the screen at a 45 degree angle and then place the mirror at a 45 degree angle such that the image looks like the screen is hovering ...
The only function which does this is called Smile Shutter. Please have a look at the official manual at page 110. You can disable it under: Menu > Camera/Mic > Face > Smile Shutter
The camera's sensor possibly has 1,280 × 720 = 921,600 pixels arranged in a Bayer Pattern. Half of the pixels are green, a quarter are red, and the remaining are blue. It takes more than one such pixel to calculate an actual full-color pixel, through an interpolation process called demosaicing. This process leads to blurry images when viewed at full ...
If you use Windows, that Windows Movie Maker — your choice. It have everyting you need for basic editing. I myself work in Premiere, AE and Edius, but when I need something really simple, and do not have my computer with me, then using Movie Maker.
If you use the Windows operating system, you have the option to the movie maker. But if you use the Apple OSX operating system, you can use Final Cut. It's also important to say that the Adobe package, which includes After Effects and Premiere, also runs on both operating systems commented - Windows and OSX.
In the Photos app (not FCPX), go to Preferences, then click "Use as System Photo Library". Then FCPX will be able to find the library file.
If you are saving frames from PP using the snapshot tool, then by default it's saving a file that's of the form SEQUENCENAME_TIMECODE. If you know the date/time of the start of the sequence, you can compute frame-accurate metadata by adding the timecode of the image to the adjusted datetime of the sequence start. (By adjusted datetime, I mean that if your ...
Any software with keyframe support can do this. This answer provides a rough walkthrough of how you can accomplish the look you are describing with just keyframes and positioning/scale keyframes.
You can't do advanced manipulation like that in camera. In general, most DSLRs are limited to relatively simple or special stuff like limited HDR processing, simple B/W or basic cropping. Advanced editing like selective coloration require post production work and often require some matte painting to get it to work the way you want. It doesn't have to be ...
Adobe Encore can do what you are looking for. It is included with Adobe Premiere. You can either buy a copy of CS6 or if you only need it for the one project, you can use Creative Cloud to obtain it for just a month or two. In general, you will find most DVD authoring software comes in fairly expensive packages. It's not as easy as you would think to do ...
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