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Jun
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comment Ultralight image stabilizer
Hello, Norbert and welcome to the Video Production SE site! I think you'll have more luck getting help if you can be a bit more specific with your question. What are your requirements? What camera are you using? What is your budget? Does it have to be a certain type of rig (there are many different types that stabilize footage in different ways)? Etc. I hope that helps a bit along the way.
May
15
comment Encoding Video For Archiving Using Premiere Pro CS6
Very well. In any case, this is obviously the most convenient method as long as you're looking to archive unaltered (effects and whatnot) but used clips.
May
13
comment Encoding Video For Archiving Using Premiere Pro CS6
Good answer, but doesn't Premiere technically re-encode the footage if you elect to trim it?
May
9
comment Producing Video Lectures similar to Coursera/EDX
Lastly: yes, you'll most likely want to invest in some proper lighting equipment. Check out the question I linked for more info.
May
9
comment Producing Video Lectures similar to Coursera/EDX
What I can say: The max. resolution of the camera you have is quite low. You'll want one that records in at least 1280x720. Something like or similar to the Sony Handycam HDR-PJ810E probably. Besides recording in 720p/i you'll need to be able to plug in a mic to it.
May
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comment Producing Video Lectures similar to Coursera/EDX
I don't feel like I have enough information to give you to post a full answer but check this question out as some of the things you ask for are discussed there as well: video.stackexchange.com/questions/4399/…
May
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answered Encoding Video For Archiving Using Premiere Pro CS6
Jul
21
comment What software is required to make a simple animation clip like this?
Oh, without doubt. I meant that it's the standard for 3D. But from what I understand of C4D there is seldom a workflow where AE isn't involved as well at some point.
Jul
21
comment What software is required to make a simple animation clip like this?
This is probably it. However, for any more advanced 3D you might want to look into Cinema 4D. It's more or less the standard in the motion graphics industry.
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Mar
19
comment Camera for live feed-transfer to external monitor in adjacent room?
As far as a digital solution goes, I like this the best, since it allows me to use a webcam. Thanks for your creativity!
Mar
19
comment Camera for live feed-transfer to external monitor in adjacent room?
@friend-of-george Thanks! But as I said above it is not optimal. I will probably try using a simple DV camera, just without tape. Sometimes older stuff is simply better for this kind of purpose. Nothing digital to mess things up. Thanks for both of your answers! I hope I did not come across as rude, it is not my intent.
Mar
19
comment Camera for live feed-transfer to external monitor in adjacent room?
@AJHenderson I realize that, but I feel camcorders such as the one you linked are not built to last. I need a camera that can be kept running for a few hours of time per instance. These are not great for that purpose.
Mar
16
comment Camera for live feed-transfer to external monitor in adjacent room?
I know that, it's the very point of my question. But what I want is not a camcorder. A camcorder is used for recording and for collecting video. All I want is a simple stream/feed. What I'm asking is if there is a type of camera that does this simply? What I want is very basic, an analog webcam if you will. Is there such a thing?
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answered Software to combine two videos of the same scene?
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Dec
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comment Automatically cut out sections of a video delineated by a sound.
So something that will look for waveform spikes? Or a certain frequency? I do not know how you would aquire this, especially not if it needs to be automated. Not unless the sounds are distinct and no other recorded audio is very similar?