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Star Trek Transporter effectHi, I my last video i did a Star Trek transporter effect. It's pretty basic and i would like to create something like the transporter of the Franklin in Star Trek Beyond in my future videos. I would love to get feedback on my video quality and what would you add. Particulary the lighting is a area i need to work on. My video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4QzdiSrFQU Franklin transporter: http://www.facebook.com/SaucetvAwesome/photos/a.1640382469598402.1073741830.1503065506663433/1640382479598401/?type=3&theater I know there are worlds between my transporter effect and the pro effect from Beyond, but i would like to be able to do it some day. Imagine all the techniques that go in a effect like this. I'm shooting on the GH4 whit the Panasonic Lumix G Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH Lens. Thanks for reading Tomaž
Hello, For a review of Fantastic Beasts and where to find them i recreate the magical newspaper The Daily Prophet from Harry Potter. I would love to get your opinion on the effects.
Filmmaking Channels of Note
HelsinkiZim posted a topic in CamerasI would like to start a list of youtube channels that we frequent for our education. I'll go first: ARRIChannel Cammon Randle Cooper Films Dave Dugdale DigitalRev TV DP/30: The Oral History Of Hollywood Every Frame a Painting Mattias Burling MrCheesyCam Tom Antos RocketJump Film School
Youtube video bad quality
JackHorror posted a topic in CamerasHallo! I uploaded a video on youtube, and the quality is bad, i exported the same file from AE 1) .mov (h.264) 1920x1080 25 fps 223.037 kbps 2) .mov (h.264) 1920x1080 25 fps 50.000 kbps + I added FilmConvert Grain and some Sharpness I uploaded them both on youtube, i can't see that Grain it is like washed out and video as i said is bad..
New YouTube featuresInteresting: http://www.polygon.com/2014/6/26/5847822/youtube-support-60-fps-video-tip-jar-fan-funding
Need Help with Buying Mics for YouTube Channel....
rentalking posted a topic in CamerasHi guys, I am about to start shooting videos for a youtube channel (comedy based) where a typical episode will have my friend (who is going to be the star of the show and will always be in front of the camera) will be talking to the camera and frequently the cameraman (that would be me). He and I will have a good amount of conversation on while he is being filmed that is meant to make it into the episode. I did some basic research and it seems that the "Sony ECM-77B - Miniature Omni-Directional Lavalier Condenser Microphone" is getting a lot of praise for quality. I was thinking of buying 2 of these (one to mic him and one to mic me). I will be shooting this on my Canon T3i (and if all goes well buying a Canon 70D within a couple of months to replace it). From what I read the T3i has noise level/ gain issues when it comes to external mic inputs. Is that true? If so I was thinking of buying a "JuicedLink RM202 Riggy-Micro Dual-XLR Preamplifier, No Phantom Power" to plug into my camera to make everything sound better. Is anybody on here familiar with this equipment and maybe this very setup or a setup that is very similar to this? Does anybody have any input or suggestions as to weather or not this kind of setup would work well or have suggestions to replace some of the equipment? Thanks a lot