1. XDCAM Essentials Episode 6 - Recording Four Channels of Audio

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    from Sony Professional USA Added 190 3 0

    In the sixth episode of the XDCAM Essentials series, Doug Jensen dispels some common myths and misconceptions of what recording four channel audio really means. He demonstrates several ways to configure the four channels using various audio sources including external microphones and mixing boards. Doug also explains the differences between channels 1 and 2 and channels 3 and 4 and how to use them to your advantage. Four channel audio recording is just another feature that demonstrates the versatility of the XDCAM HD422 camcorder family. To learn more about the XDCAM product line, click here: bit.ly/XDCAMSite

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    • It's Complicated - Gangster Short Film

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      from Ayo A Added 613 3 0

      Two mob enforcers go out for their daily collection route, one a struggling actor, the other a psychopath. Shot on the C300, with Canon 50mm 1.8, Canon 20mm F2.8 and the 11-16mm Tokina F2.8.

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      • XDCAM Essentials Episode 4 - The Benefits of XDCAM Workflow Part 2

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        from Sony Professional USA Added 192 6 0

        Benefits of XDCAM Workflow-Part 2, demonstrates four more time-saving features and will show how to set up and use: Camera Data Files, Clock Timecode, Shot Marks and Clip Flags. To learn more about the XDCAM product line, click here: bit.ly/XDCAMSite

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        • XDCAM Essentials Episode 3 - The Benefits of XDCAM Workflow Part 1

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          from Sony Professional USA Added 158 7 2

          XDCAM Essentials Episode 3 looks at two of the many time-saving advantages of the XDCAM workflow. In Part 1 Doug Jensen demonstrates how to program and use the Customer Clip Naming and Last Clip Delete functions and how proper use of these features will help you to work faster and more efficiently. Doug will present additional benefits of XDCAM workflow in upcoming episdoes of XDCAM Essentials. To learn more about the XDCAM product line, click here: bit.ly/XDCAMSite

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          • XDCAM Essentials Episode 2

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            from Sony Professional USA Added 628 10 12

            In this episode of XDCAM Essentials, Doug Jensen shows how to select the best video format for your production from the more than 50 different recording format combinations available for the PMW-100, PMW-160, and PMW-200. Doug demonstrates, using the camera menu settings, how simple process of elimination and his insightful tips can help give your production the finest video quality available. To learn more about the XDCAM product line, click here: http://bit.ly/XDCAMSite

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            • Sony PMW F5 MPEG 50 MBPS test Footage.

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              from Chris K Jones Added 708 1 0

              This is an un-scientific WYSIWYG test of my new Sony PMW F5. In terms of the MPEG XDCAM 50mbps recording setting, as that is what my broadcast clients need right now. I wanted to see what difference the various Gamma modes would make. What difference the Gain or Iso setting would make. How consistent the colour response was between settings. And finally get a feel for how the DOF was working out on the Nikor 18-200 vr2 lens I have on the camera. I have been shooting ENG style with this setup for the past month, for Broadcast TV and loving it. Used: Sony PMW F5 MTF fz to NIkkor Lens, manual adaptor. 18-200mm Nikkor vr 2 lens. Various colourful fishing lures. light panel tube light and a halogen 300w reporter light. Happy to answer any questions.

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              • Handheld Vs Shoulder-Mount Video Cameras

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                from Kevin Cook Added 859 3 2

                This short documentary explores the benefits of shoulder-mount over handheld video camera design and reveals why some camera operators still prefer it. Using JVC’s GY-HM650 and GY-HM850 cameras as examples, the film looks at the common key features of both these models and explains some of the additional functions and design aspects of the GY-HM850 which make it ideal for shoulder-mount applications. Filmed almost entirely on a JVC GY-HM650 (except the one shot of the HM650 which was shot using an HM850), the film demonstrates the recording capabilities of these cameras. In this instance, the cameras were recording at 1920x1080 50p (H264 @ 50Mbps), but the film reveals the incredibly wide range of resolutions, codec s, file formats and recording modes both these cameras are capable of. The documentary is presented by Kevin Cook and was filmed entirely at the Video Artisan studio located in Loughton, Essex – on the borders of Epping Forest and within a short distance of the heart of Central London.

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                • Graded C-Log Canon C300 Test Footage

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                  from Mike McNeese Added 1,997 7 0

                  You can read my full review at http://echopro.net/?page_id=29 All footage was shot in Canon C-Log with EOS lenses (Canon 70-200 f/2.8IS, Tamron 17-50 f/2.8VC, and Tokina 11-16 f/2.8). This footage has simple primary color correction, black and white I/O adjustments, and some brightness and contrast all applied in Premiere Pro CS5.5. I am not a colorist!!! As noted in my review, this footage was not acquired to make the pretty images. Shots were carefully chosen to test specific features. This camera is owned by ohiohdvideo.com

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                  • C300 Test Footage - C-Log Ungraded

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                    from Mike McNeese Added 2,080 7 3

                    You can read my full review at http://echopro.net/?page_id=29 All footage was shot in Canon C-Log with EOS lenses (Canon 70-200 f/2.8IS, Tamron 17-50 f/2.8VC, and Tokina 11-16 f/2.8). This footage is untouched, simple edits in Premiere Pro, exported to match Canon XF 1080/24p Sequence Preset. As noted in my review, this footage was not acquired to make the pretty images. Shots were carefully chosen to test specific features. This camera is owned by ohiohdvideo.com

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                    • BVE14 for the Videographer - JVC

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                      from Kevin Cook Added 173 1 0

                      An interview with John Kelly from www.jvcpro.co.uk about their attendance at BVE in February 2014 and the launch of their new 800 series camcorders covering their many features and specifications. John also gives an outline of the range of camcorders JVC have that are aimed at the professional video producer and videographer. Broadcast Video Expo is a UK event held at Excel London and is aimed at media professionals from the broadcast, corporate and event videography sector. This is one of a series of interviews with exhibitors who offer part of their range of services and products to the professional videography sector. The interview was carried out by Kevin Cook of Video Artisan - www.video-artisan.com

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