Production Hardware

Top 10 Steps for Videotaping Graduation Ceremonies

May 13, 2009

About.com By Gretchen Siegchrist If you’re videotaping graduation ceremonies, there are a few steps you can take to make sure your graduation movie is as good as possible. Keep these tips in mind as you’re videotaping graduation ceremonies and you’ll end up with a graduation movie that’s fun to watch and a great way to Read More

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Close-Up: Class On Demand Founder Paul Holtz

May 11, 2009

DV by By Iain Stasukevich When Paul Holtz worked for Pinnacle Systems in the 1990s, he played a part in the development of the Aladdin and Genie Plus, two effects engine cards that tied into NLE hardware and provided real-time digital effects processing. Pinnacle flew Holtz all over the world to train users how to Read More

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How TechVi gets produced, and where web video should go

May 1, 2009

TechVi by Randall Bennett We’ve been doing our thing for about a month and a half, and in that time we’ve had some great responses to the show (not to mention all the great guests who take time out to be on the show!). So far, the responses have been largely positive, but one lingering Read More

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Telestream Adds Support for Adobe Flash Platform and Streaming Services to Wirecast 3.5

Integration with popular live streaming service providers Mogulus and Ustream and support for Adobe Flash technology now available in Wirecast webcasting software Telestream® today announced the release of Wirecast™ 3.5, a live video production tool that allows Mac and PC users to create real-time or on-demand video broadcasts for the web. Wirecast 3.5 adds the Read More

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Shane Ross NAB WRAPUP

April 26, 2009

High definition editing from the trenches… Shane Ross is a broadcast television editor who works with HD. This is the place he shares his experiences editing high definition television shows and lets you know about the good things and the bad, hoping you can learn from his mistakes and successes. Shane is also available for Read More

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Videoguys.com Now Offers AJA Video Systems Products

April 21, 2009

The Videoguys’ Techs and Sales team met with AJA Video Systems at NAB and are pleased to announce that we will now be offing their complete line of professional broadcast and post-production products – including the ioExpress, Ki Pro, Kona and Xena products as well as their complete line of HD and SDI converters. Click Read More

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G-Technology Unleashes G-SPEED eS PRO XL

New G-SPEED eS PRO XL Brings Blazing Performance, Huge Capacity and Low Cost to High-End HD and 2K Film Production LAS VEGAS –(Business Wire)– Apr 20, 2009 – G-Technology by Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST) today announced its new G-SPEED eS PRO XL, a rack-mount, Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) expansion solution, with mini-SAS connectivity, Read More

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EDIROL F-1 Video Field Recorder Version 2.0 Announced

April 17, 2009

Bellingham, WA – Roland Systems Group (RSG) a leader in portable audio and video field recording devices, is pleased to announce Version 2.0 of the award winning EDIROL F-1 Video Field Recorder with additional accessories. These new features will be debuted at the 2009 NAB show in Las Vegas at the RSG booth (SL10420). The Read More

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Focus FS-5 Ver 2.0 Sneak Peak

April 9, 2009

We had an unexpected surprise last week when Mark D’Addio from Focus Enhancements dropped in to give us a special sneak peak look at the new FS-5 version 2. WOW! Many times we get to see a new technology come along that takes an already existing product to the next level. FS-5 Version 2 is Read More

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Edirol V8 Review: MoRpH Gets Hands-On with the V4’s Big Sister

Create Digital Motion by Jaymis A few years back Roland rocked the VJ world by giving us the first ever VJ specific video mixer, the V4. Over time, other areas such as small AV companies and churches have adopted the wonderfully small and low cost (but full featured) unit as a workhorse in many environments. Read More

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