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How to Remove Warping from Warp Stabilizer

How to Remove Warping from Warp Stabilizer | Videography Basics | Scoop.it
Warp Stabilizer is a powerful tool inside Adobe's Premiere Pro and After Effects. However, it is not perfect. Some shots with moving subjects (in addition to camera movement) can add a warble to th...
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A Trippy Look at Content-Aware Fill in Video

A Trippy Look at Content-Aware Fill in Video | Videography Basics | Scoop.it
We've seen a lot of different uses for Content-Aware Fill since it was initially introduced as a feature of Photoshop. There have been plenty of failures and successes for the feature. All that I h...
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Time to toss that HDTV? 4K UHD TVs become affordable

Time to toss that HDTV? 4K UHD TVs become affordable | Videography Basics | Scoop.it

 

The third largest television maker in the world, China-based TCL, announced today that it will sell a 4K resolution, 50-in. Ultra High Definition (UHD) TV starting this fall for $999.

The edge-lit 7E504D LED 4K Ultra High HDTV will launching in the U.S. this September. The set will debut along side TCL's new flagship 5510 LED 1080p HDTV series, which will be available for sale in August with 40-in., 46-in. and 55-in. models.

TCL's 50-in 4K UHD TV will sell for an aggressively priced $999.


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4K for under a $1,000. Consumer's ears perk. (So videographers pay heed.)

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Goodbye 4K: $17,000 12K gaming PC pushes 1.5 billion pixels per second

Goodbye 4K: $17,000 12K gaming PC pushes 1.5 billion pixels per second | Videography Basics | Scoop.it

 

4K displays are slowly trickling out, and slowly trickling down in price. The problem with the resolution, though, is that not only are the displays very expensive, but there isn't really any native 4K media.

 


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The Basics of a One Light Setup: A Lighting Tutorial

The Basics of a One Light Setup: A Lighting Tutorial | Videography Basics | Scoop.it
*** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** The Basics of a One Light Setup: A Lighting Tutorial From Jay...
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Cool combo of photography and videography.

The worlds are merging quickly.

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Sony 4K TV | Ultra HD - 3,840 x 2,160 Pixel Display

Sony 4K TV | Ultra HD - 3,840 x 2,160 Pixel Display | Videography Basics | Scoop.it
Experience the latest X Reality Pro Picture Engine technology with amazing 3D 3,840 x 2,160 pixel flat panel display when watching your favorite media and entertainment.

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Marty Koenig's curator insight, June 11, 2013 8:00 PM

Just $25,000 and it's yours.

Subhash Acharya's curator insight, June 14, 2013 5:47 AM

thanks for posting

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Why you MUST have 4K and raw and why you absolutely DON'T need it *

Why you MUST have 4K and raw and why you absolutely DON'T need it * | Videography Basics | Scoop.it
I am trying to have a more attractive Zen outlook on life. So I am selling a load of my gear. Nowhere near most of it. Just a tiny fraction, but it's time to do it and de-clutter my life, and that ...

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videographer's comment, May 18, 2013 3:16 PM
@michel verstrepen no problem :)
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I found it again: http://philipbloom.net/2013/05/28/4kraw/
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Operate a Boom Mic Like a Pro

Operate a Boom Mic Like a Pro | Videography Basics | Scoop.it
Using a boom mic may sound like a simple job, but the truth is, it’s a lot harder than it looks. It takes focus, stamina and a little technical know how to get it right. We show you the right way to use a boom mic, including set up, operating techniques, positioning, choosing the right mic for the job and achieving audio perspective.Using a Field Mixer to Get Better Audio
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New Video Clips Demonstrate Canon 70D Dual Pixel AF Effectiveness

New Video Clips Demonstrate Canon 70D Dual Pixel AF Effectiveness | Videography Basics | Scoop.it
Every now and then a camera manufacture delivers one of those "wow" features that really moves a product line forward. The more and more I see from the Dual Pixel AF in the new Canon 70D, the more ...
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Dell Unveils 32" Ultrasharp with 3840x2160 Native Resolution

Dell Unveils 32" Ultrasharp with 3840x2160 Native Resolution | Videography Basics | Scoop.it

 

Dell recently pulled the wraps off their latest Ultrasharp 32″ display.

This gargantuan display is expected to be Dell’s flagship professional series monitor featuring an Ultra HD resolution of 3840×2160 (140ppi) based off of Sharp’s IGZO (Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide) display technology.

As expected of a Dell Ultrasharp display, the monitor will feature a wide color gamut of 1.07 billion colors, a whopping 64 times more colors than a standard TN panel based monitor.

No official word on pricing at this time although I’d expect the display to be priced somewhere in line with ASUS’s 31.5″ Ultra HD display, which currently runs for around $3,500.

Dell expects the monitor to be available in Q4 of this year.

 


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This is what you want to watch for as pixel counts go up. Does the gamut also go up. The TV's I saw were not ready for 4K simply for this reason.

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Andre Bontems's comment, July 29, 2013 10:44 AM
I do agree! Thanks for your comment!
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DSLR for Video - 5 Essential Tips for Recording Video with Your DSLR!

DSLR for Video - 5 Essential Tips for Recording Video with Your DSLR! | Videography Basics | Scoop.it
DSLR for Video - 5 Essential Tips for Recording Video with Your DSLR! Learn from a video pro the top must know tips when using your DSLR for video!
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This is a great primer to get you started.

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Just what is Ultra HD and 4K television?

Just what is Ultra HD and 4K television? | Videography Basics | Scoop.it

 

This year we will see the arrival of the next generation of television. But what exactly is Ultra HD and 4k and why is it going to be the ‘next big thing?

 


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4K streaming to set-top-boxes being tested in Japan - AfterDawn

4K streaming to set-top-boxes being tested in Japan - AfterDawn | Videography Basics | Scoop.it
A Japanese telecommunications company is running a trial in Japan this week, delivering 4K video content over the Internet to set-top boxes connected to 4K TVs.
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Shocking Statistics You Need to Know About Video Marketing | 522 Productions

Shocking Statistics You Need to Know About Video Marketing | 522 Productions | Videography Basics | Scoop.it

Did you know that consumers only retain 10 percent of what they’ve read, but up to 95 percent of a video they’ve seen? When we talk about video marketing, we often focus on the strategies that make video marketing better, but we sometimes forget why we engage with videos in the first place. There are so many statistical benefits to using video marketing that it’s shocking more brands aren’t taking advantage of it! Video is extremely effective at communicating your message to your audience, and it’s important to know why. By understanding why video is so effective, it’s easier to harness its power.


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planetMitch's curator insight, June 6, 2013 10:55 PM

Very interesting article! [source: tweet] Rob Ruscher has been on planet5D twice before :)