post-production Articles

Post-production is part of filmmaking and the video production process. It occurs in the making of motion pictures, television programs, radio programs, advertising, audio recordings, photography, and digital art. It is a term for all stages of production occurring after the actual end of shooting and/or recording the completed work.
Post-production is, in fact, many different processes grouped under one name. These typically include:
Typically, the post-production phase of creati...

How To Guide for Shooting HD Video With A DSLR Camera

How To Guide for Shooting HD Video With A DSLR Camera

Ever since Nikon introduced the D90 in August 2008 as the first DSLR camera that shoots High Definition (HD) video, a silent revolution is taking place in media production. At a fraction of the budget creative camera people are able to produce remarkable high quality …

You Could Be The Next Overnight Filmmaking Success

A couple of days ago we told you about Fede Alvarez, a filmmaker from Uruguay whose YouTube film's impressive direction and effects landed him a real life Hollywood development deal with Sam Raimi and Ghost Town Pictures. Well, now you have a chance to be …

Video Project Planning and Management – Market7 Review

Market7 wants to be your online collaboration service and video project planning solution and of course make money off of you while doing it. They have free trial accounts to check it out and offer a range of product packages to help you get all …

Video Platforms – Interview With Sorenson 360 (Part 1)

I recently interviewed Eric Quanstrom, Vice President of Marketing and Strategy for Sorenson Media, about their video publishing and delivery platform, Sorenson 360. Eric explains what their company believes are the essentials for any business to have in selecting a video publishing and delivery solutions provider, and why he believes “Video Delivery Network” is a more appropriate term for his industry than “Online Delivery Platform” (OVP).

Right of Publicity With Online Video – Questions Answered!

Recently we’ve had some readers asking questions about my recent interview with attorney Mark Rosenberg on “right of publicity” video issues with online video marketing. Questions such as: How can you get permission from large crowds to be in a video? Is the business or venue owner’s consent enough or not? How can patrons be made aware of video recording on the premises, that protects yourself? I asked Mark for a follow-up interview to these questions, and now you can read all of his answers here!

Video Contests for Small Businesses: Intuit’s SMB Video Throwdown

Recently an old friend of my from my college days contacted me about a video contest his son and daughter in-law were finalists in, and he asked me if I would vote for their videos on the site. Turns out the contest was hosted by intuit, …

The Video SEO Creative Vado HD Review

Grant Crowell of ReelSEO reviews  the Creative Vado HD digital pocket camcorder – is it good enough for serious business use, online video marketing and video seo? Watch our YouTube playlist and see us put it through a full battery of tests,  learn about the …

StudioNow Gets Tapped for Local Online Video for SMBs

StudioNow, the premier online source for creating and managing professional-quality videos at affordable prices, today announced an agreement with Citysearch, the leading online local guide, to shoot, edit and create local merchant videos for Citysearch.com. Under the terms of the agreement, Citysearch will make online …

Acrobat Pro 9 – The Video SEO Advantage

SearchEngineLand.com has a feature article today by ReelSEO's Grant Crowell on the latest release by Adobe of their Acrobat line of software. "Acrobat 9 may be the first all-inclusive software program that can implement, distribute and event optimize video for search results, into a user-friendly and …

Video Production – Part 1 – Pre-Production

Video production can be categorized into three phases: Pre-production, Production, and Post Production/ Editing. Pre-production is the first of the three parts you need to consider when producing any type of professional video. During this stage, you're organizing everything so that the production phase goes …

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