Enrichen your editing experience by learning from our mistakes. We share our hard learned lessons in the video editing field.
Forum regulars know my love of laptop editing. It's a great way of ensuring your hobby doesn't keep you locked away in an editing suite. But that freedom comes at a cost: finding a laptop that even approaches the power of a laptop is a daunting process.
Desktop replacements aren't a new thing, and powerful laptop's have never been cheap or portable. But high end laptops are thin on the ground. With most laptops coming in at under £800, the choice of high end laptops on the high street
I honestly never thought I'd say it, but I really want an iPad. It seemed the epitome of everything I dislike: technology for the sake of it. After all, it doesn't really know if it's a gloried PDA (remember those), a oversized iPhone, or just half a laptop. I looked at them with disdain, and certainly didn't need to try one before I knew I didn't need one.
But then I tried an iPad in PC World. Unlike the locked down PCs, those sensible Apple chaps insisted that the store actually let
It had to happen sooner or later. A videographer has been sued for breach of contract following a less than professional attempt. Parting with £1.5k for a video and photography package, Marc and Sylvia were presented with a video nasty. "Bowers (the videographer also missed the cutting of the cake and you can see how angry I'm getting on the wedding video - I even do a psycho slashing knife action, which I can't believe they left in."
How much is your hobby worth? Or more importantly, how much can you justify spending? It's all to easy to spend a small fortune on video editing, but is that expense really justified and what does it really add?
As a self confessed gadget freak, I'm guilty of a gadget for gadget's sake. Do I really need a PS3 and a Wii? Does my 5.1 surround sound and 40" TV enchance my viewing pleasure? Does my heart rate monitor increase my training capacity? I hardly need these items, and some
Updated 09-08-2009 at 05:59 PM by Marc Peters
It seems UK users can once again watch "premium" music videos on YouTube afer a deal was struck with song writers group PRS. But, more importantly, this deal covers music included in user videos. Unfortunately this doesn't appear to be retrospective as my music videos previously stripped of audio remain "quiet". Whether this particular music wasn't covered by the deal, I can't say. But it would seem a shame to have to upload videos all over again...