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Student, Programmer, Photographer, Filmmaker.

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Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
May
7
comment which camera is best for conducting the interview constantly as one-man show?
Hello Harshad, and welcome to Video Production. Thanks for your question, but there's a lot of room for improvement. For the best answers, give us as much detail as possible: what budget do you have ($100? 1000?), are you indoors, outdoors, how long do you have to record continuously for? You can edit your question to add this vital information.
Apr
5
revised Sources to learn more about Audio/Video compression, codecs, algorithms etc.
Corrected to ul list
Apr
5
comment How can I fix time-lapse image sequence exposure in Premiere?
To help in the future, you said in comments below you used manual exposure. The flicking is coming both from variation in the light source itself (sun passing through clouds/dust in atmosphere), but also the aperture of the lens. Set your aperture, and whilst holding the "Aperture Preview" button on your camera, unscrew the lens, as if changing it - about 15 degrees is enough. The lens can't communicate with the camera, and the aperture is stuck in the correct, unchanging position.
Apr
5
comment Is There A Fraps Alternative That Records Different Audio Sources To Different Tracks
I believe this will be difficult to do without specific hardware. Bandicam software separates different inputs (computer sounds, mic in, etc.) onto different tracks, however this isn't what you're looking for, so I won't make an answer.
Apr
5
suggested suggested edit on Sources to learn more about Audio/Video compression, codecs, algorithms etc.
Mar
23
comment Adobe CC Post-Production Workflow (Story, Prelude etc.)
Hmm, I don't like the concept of going to grading, sound design or VFX before having final cut, that is the exact final timings for shots etc. But then, I don't have buckets of money for do-overs when a scene or shot's length changes.
Mar
22
awarded  Student
Mar
22
revised Adobe CC Post-Production Workflow (Story, Prelude etc.)
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Mar
22
asked Adobe CC Post-Production Workflow (Story, Prelude etc.)
Mar
18
comment Optimal pace of speech
Make sure you copyedit what you're going to say, get everything down to nice and succinct portions - get your message clear, and your communication clearer.
Mar
8
comment YouTube Network Partnership Needed for Minecraft Tutorials?
Having said this, Minecraft's EULA specifically states it's ok to post commercial (monetised) videos - BUT CHECK FOR YOURSELF!
Mar
8
comment I want to have multiple streams (up to 4) on one YouTube Live broadcast, Is that possible?
You can do this by using a vision switcher (preferably a hardware one), and then sending the mixed/switched feed to the computer that is streaming to YouTube Live. I don't have details of how, so I won't make an answer.
Mar
8
revised How did cameramen manually focus in the film days?
added 40 characters in body
Mar
3
revised Upon export in Premiere Pro, colors lose saturation when previewing in QuickTime
added 1470 characters in body
Mar
3
revised Upon export in Premiere Pro, colors lose saturation when previewing in QuickTime
added 1470 characters in body
Mar
3
answered Upon export in Premiere Pro, colors lose saturation when previewing in QuickTime
Mar
3
comment After Effects - Export Settings Window
@user5635 can you help us out and maybe find a screenshot of what window you're referring to? I'm not exactly 100% what you mean by "sound/audio thing".
Mar
3
revised How did cameramen manually focus in the film days?
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Mar
3
comment How did cameramen manually focus in the film days?
@ChinmayKanchi They would've used one of the above methods to create an image in the viewfinder, and focussed by eye. Several things made this possible, including audiences' tolerance to out-of-focus footage, less sharp lenses (so the difference between in and slightly out footage was less), and operators were just generally better at estimating distances (similar to how a film photographer can estimate exposure, where a digital one often has no idea - it's a skill they never needed to learn)