Hey, I need to make a video for a project and I need to use stock footage. I found http://footage.shutterstock.com but the videos are really expensive ($50/piece?!). Any recommendations on where to go?
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just got a dslr. when i go to edit the videos in premier the preview screen is suuuper choppy. do i have to convert the .mov files to something else for editing? i didnt have this problem with my old camera. thanks.
Hey guys i have growing concerns about our country and where we are going. within a day or two i want to film and edit a short video of me interviewing people in the streets and ect. All i have is a crap tripod, and a d3100 with kit lense etc. I can get video editing software is needed.
so please, any video related tips to improve quality, sound, light, presentation etc. please let me know.
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It does add ALOT of impact to your footage, well worth the investment!
All of our productions are extremely low-no budget.
My camera is a Canon 5D Mark II, lenses are a combination of what we can borrow, anywhere from 24-70L, 24L, 50mm, 10-22, 70-200 etc. We use LED light panels and led light rings, on Glidecam and slider. For the music video we rented out a cheap camera jib, shot the slow motion on a 60D.
BTW: i liked the POV shots. I should try shooting paintball some time. I quit years ago but still frequent this forum
anyone have any experience with super 8mm? just bought a super 8 camera on ebay for $15, film was just as expensive ha. Wondering where i should ship the film to have it processed and turned into a dvd to edit?
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