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The Inescapable Benefits Of Royalty-Free Music

We all know the feeling. You’ve just finished editing your video to the point perfection but before you export that thing and call it day, there’s one last thing left to do: throw in some tunes! It seems like a simple enough task. But, for most editors, selecting

Can an NVMe Drive Really Enhance Your Video Editing Workflow?

In the realm of computer storage technologies, NVMe SSDs have quickly grown in popularity among consumers and professionals alike. The small, yet speedy components offer incredible read and write speeds to those who are prepared to pay the ludicrous price tag, which could top out at around

Building a Basic Kit for the ARRI ALEXA Mini from Scratch

After spending about $40,000 on your shiny new ARRI ALEXA Mini, you’re probably wondering what’s next? Unfortunately, the hefty price tag includes just the camera body itself, so it’s very likely that you’ll have to shell out some extra cash to prepare your ALEXA Mini even for

Advanced Speed Ramping in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Typically, when it comes to speed ramping, a lot of folks tend to simply separate a clip into multiple pieces and adjust the speed settings of each part individually. While this process may work to transition from normal speed to slow-motion (and vice-versa), the effect can be

Three Easy Creative In-Camera Tricks You Can Do Right Away

Sometimes creative camera tricks don’t need to involve specially designed setups or expensive post-production software. In fact, you don’t even have to spend a dime to achieve some amazing results. Techniques such as getting a kaleidoscope-like effect or filter-like foreground bokeh objects can all be done in

Panasonic Has Developed an 8K Organic Sensor with Global Shutter

Panasonic recently made a huge announcement that they have developed a new CMOS sensor with an organic photoconductive film (OPF) making it capable of producing an 8K high-resolution video at 60fps with global shutter, eliminating the dreaded “jello effect” associated with electronic shutter based sensors. The new

KODAK Super 8 “Revival” Camera Update

Do you remember that Kodak Super 8mm camera prototype on display back at CES 2017 in January? Looks like Kodak have recently release some updates regarding their “revival” project that will (hopefully) come to bear fruit in the near future. Much to the mainstream’s surprise back in

Top Black Friday Deals for Photo and Video

What was once traditionally associated with a strange phenomenon normally observed only in North America, for the past few years the “Black Friday Deals” frenzy has swooped through the Europe and pretty much the rest of the world as a thing that is here to stay. I