1. The original (unnormalized) video is here vimeo.com/37644454

    This version is the same footage, but it's all been normalized where max peaks are set to -4db.

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  2. My first video post on slrdwrds.shiftfocus.ca.

    This is a quick overview on bypassing the built-in microphones of the Zoom H4n so that you can track 4 external channels simultaneously using the 3.5mm TRS jack underneath the built-in microphone module.

    The audio you're hearing was all tracked on the H4n. At first you're hearing the sound from the XLR inputs, but as soon as I insert the 3.5mm TRS jack into the unit you're hearing the signal on the "built-in microphones" channel.

    The POV cam didn't work out perfectly and I will make an effort to do some closeups next time.

    Hope it helps someone out!

    PS - In case anyone wants one of the cables made, it was Darren at slygoosecables.com who made it exactingly to my not-so-exact requirements. I wasn't paid by him to promote his product or company, I'm just a happy customer. You can find it here: tinyurl.com/slygooseh4n (select the Switchcraft if you want the longest-lasting option.)

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    This video demonstrates the zoom h4n being used as an input directly to your DSLR. So this enables you to record multiple audio devices into the video file of your mp4. Generally with a "line out" it can sometimes be tricky to get the correct setting to record into the "mic in" of your camera.

    The benefit of this setup is that you can record better reference audio or have better on camera audio from the zoom. And have the ability to record seperate tracks of audio at the same time, through one device and monitor the audio coming in.

    Set you cameras sound record level to 1 notch up from zero, and the zooms headphones/line out to 55.

    Your mic levels from the zoom can be roughly 30-50 record level to be safe.

    *****You can get the pad cable from B&H*****

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    E: info@silvastreet.com

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  4. Just my DSLR setup to share.
    And some answers that have been asked on previous video.

    Also check out updated gear video (4.19.2011) here vimeo.com/22683402

    70-200MM 2.8 IS vs. non-IS comparison video by Joey Matthews from 31Films. infocusvideoevent.com/blog/2009/12/dslr-lenses-part-3-is-vs-non-is.html

    My son's ice cream invasion video at vimeo.com/7133510

    Follow Focus Ring at Cinevate.com

    Zacuto Rapid Fire and Z-finder at zacuto.com
    I am going to Zacuto tomorrow to pick up Z-Finder for T2i. They said they are going to do some modification when they attach to the camera. Hope fully will be able to film all that and post.

    Follow me for updates at twitter.com/jj_orange

    Thank you!

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  5. In Part 1 of Canon 5D Mark II Audio Exposed, I compare the Microtrack II, Zoom H4n, BeachTek DXA-5D, and the juicedLink CX 231 when recording a closely placed shotgun mic.

    The only processing of the comparison audio was changing gain to match levels. You can download the uncompressed comparison audio here: p3pictures.com/audio_5d2/AudioExposed_Part1_Boom.zip

    Don't miss...
    Part 2: Camera Mounted Mic - vimeo.com/5388476
    Part 3: Wireless Lavalier - vimeo.com/5443143
    Part 4: Foley - vimeo.com/5453690
    Part 5: Noise - vimeo.com/5474562
    Part 6: Conclusions - vimeo.com/5903379

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