I use Panasonic GH4 cameras in a majority of my shoots. For audio, I used a Tascam DR-70D but have recently upgraded to a Zoom F4. I can do a lot with this gear. One issue is the fact that I need to sync two video clips and up to four audio tracks for each take. I use Red Giant’s PluralEyes app to sync these clips using the audio waveforms in each file. Continue reading “Timecode – using what you’ve got.”
I’ve been playing around with some of my gear to see if I can create the “best” live streaming setup with the gear I have on hand, i.e., readily available. I’m just posting to let y’all know my process. BTW, this ISN’T an “I love BlackMagic Design” post. All items were purchased by me without any consideration given by BMD. Just saying…
From Friday, July 22nd at 7:30pm until Sunday, July 24th at 7:30pm, approximately 40 separate filmmaking teams had to pick a couple of genres from a hat, get assigned a few required elements and then brainstorm, write, shoot, edit, and turn in a completed 4-7 minute short film. 2016 marks the 10th anniversary of the 48 Hour Film Project here in New Orleans.
Caterina Piccone talks with Parker Layman as he gives us his take on filmmaking!
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OAW – One A Week
I’m attempting a bit of an exercise to create at least one video each week and publish it on social media for the world to see. The idea is to practice and exercise my skills and, maybe, learn a bit more of my craft. I’ll be the first to admit that I do not know everything about filmmaking. I don’t know a lot of things, but that only means I have the privilege of continuing to learn something new!
Coming Soon! The Freeze Frame Podcast! A young filmmakers view of young filmmakers and their craft. More info to follow!
This’ll be good!