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answered Audio Sounds Like It's Skipping in Lightworks
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answered How to trigger multiple canon cameras at the same time?
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comment Equipment for video recording in a florescent lighted classroom
If you want to "zoom in post" you're gonna want to run 4K - trust me on that. It looks terrible when you zoom an HD image and save it as HD. With a 4K original, you can crop out a perfect-quality HD image.
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comment Equipment for video recording in a florescent lighted classroom
It depends on how far away you are and exactly how things are positioned, and the exact specs of the screen. Some projectors have a very obvious "grid" with black spaces very visible - this will produce a strong Moire effect. Some other projectors are more smooth. I will add some examples in the answer - both are from club meetings with a smaller and darker setup than you should expect.
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comment Music video lighting with small budget?
+1 for using CARS for lighting! It's kinda dramatic sometimes though :)
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answered Equipment for video recording in a florescent lighted classroom
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answered Wavy video export in Premiere Pro
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comment Why don't phones correct vertical filming?
On your last paragraph... 9X16 is the PERFECT aspect ratio for viewing on a phone, it fills the whole screen. So, it's not that Vine users don't care, it's that they are the only ones mostly doing it right. See my answer below - it's designed to be viewed the same direction it was recorded.
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answered Why don't phones correct vertical filming?