0 Views ·Posted 03/08/2023
When it came to upgrading the first iteration of the Solidcom C1 Wireless Intercom System, Hollyland knew it had to outfit the next version with something good, and boy did this brand do it. The new Solidcom C1 Pros feature dual-microphones with Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC) technology for the
0 Views ·Posted 11/23/2022
Now that you've thoroughly planned your shoot during pre-production, it's time to get on set! Learn what it takes to make a video production run smoothly—such as the crew you'll need—mistakes to avoid, different types of shots, narrative continuity, audio recording, and more.
0:00 - Overview
0:38 - Production Assistant
1:25 - Video
7:59 - Sound
9:07 - Logistics
10:54 - Final Thoughts
Click to watch Part 1 – Pre-
0 Views ·Posted 11/17/2022
Pre-production is an important step when filmmaking because it helps your video shoot run more efficiently, on the day of and during post. If you're a beginner, however, it may be difficult to know where to begin. Jake Estes shares tried and true methods for planning your production that work whether you're shooting a Hollywood movie or a short film. Plus, you'll learn mistakes to avoid so you're not scrambling on set!
0:00 - Introduction/What is Pre-Production?
0:46 - Production Breakdown
1:44 - Casting
2:37 - Hiring Crew
4:34 - Tech Scout
0 Views ·Posted 09/01/2022
Whether you're making an independent film, YouTube video, or vertical video, understanding framing and composition can help improve your video's quality. Nick Brigadier explains how, when, and why to use these seven basics rules of video composition.
0:00 - Introduction
0:28 - The Rule of Thirds
1:10 - Leading Lines
1:37 - Balance
2:12 - Symmetry
2:43 - Depth of Field
3:11 - Distracting Elements
3:38 - Frame Within a Frame
4:03 - Final Thoughts
0 Views ·Posted 09/08/2022
This is your beginner's guide to filming in LOG! What is LOG? How do you properly expose your footage? When and why should you use it? Watch to find out the answers to all these questions, and others.
0:00 - Introduction
0:16 - What is LOG?
0:51 - How to Expose LOG Footage
2:45 - Is Shooting in LOG Better?
3:20 - Final Thoughts
0 Views ·Posted 07/07/2022
Hands-free, lightweight, and ready to go right out of the box, the Hollyland Solidcom C1 is a wireless headset system perfect for your production.
0:00 - About
0:34 - Overall Specs
3:10 - 9-Person Version
5:27 - Final Thoughts
To learn more, read the Hollyland Solidcom C1 announcement. Let us know
Between high-resolution video clips, B-roll, music, effects, and more, it’s clear that you can never have enough storage when creating professional-grade video content. For instance, one hour of 8K REDCODE RAW 75 footage takes up about 7.29TB, which amounts to 121.5GB per minute, and storage requirements are bound to grow as we move toward 12K or higher resolutions. Even working at 4K resolution can amount to around 741.6GB for an hour of RAW BMPC 24 footage.
So, whether you prefer to shoot in compressed or uncompressed formats, it’s safe to
0 Views ·Posted 09/19/2021
AB examines the Hollyland Solidcom M1, a full-duplex wireless intercom system that's ideal for small-to-mid-size production teams that need a robust communications solution for all their events. Check out the video to see all the great components and features, such as 1.9 GHz full-duplex transmission, 4 or 8 beltpacks, LEMO headsets, and more.
Tell us what your production communication needs are and how the
Whether it’s pre-show setup or mission-critical “go live” time, professional production personnel rely on rock-solid communication systems. All the behind-the-scenes magicians—lighting techs, camera ops, personal assistants, directors, and more—can’t work their wonders if they can’t coordinate quickly and accurately. With that in mind, the Hollyland Solidcom M1 offers a complete and versatile coms package
0 Views ·Posted 06/02/2020
Perhaps you’re thinking of starting a YouTube channel or podcast. Either way, we have you covered! Doug goes over his basic content creation tips and offers some suggestions on what gear you can use to get started.
Learn the basics from Doug, then turn to these videos for more content creation tips:
How to Start a Podcast
A return to form is what I would call the Mac Pro (Late 2019). Not only does it return to a familiar tower form factor, it also makes a statement as one of the most powerful and beautiful computers on which you can edit. A bounty of configuration options for graphics, memory, storage, and processing means that the new Mac Pro can fit in anywhere, from a freelance videographer/editor's home office to a professional editing studio that handles the latest 8K films from Hollywood.
From the filmmakers: "3:13 is a one-minute horror short created for Make Long Story Shorts, on Instagram. Inspired by the phenomenon of sleep paralysis, this film follows Maria (Robbie Jean) who experiences a terrifying visit by a shadowy Demon (Diamond Simone) at 3:13 AM, but can't move—only to wake up and realize it was a nightmare. Working within the limited time length, I wrote a 'loop' narrative to make the viewer feel like they're 'stuck' in the nightmare. By using the a7ii camera on a DJI Ronin S rig, we were able to create both fluid
36,335 Views ·Posted 01/04/2019
Jake Estes, from B&H, explores the Atomos Ninja 5, which can record high-resolution 4K in DCI or UHD formats up to 60 fps. Features such as a color-calibrated 5" IPS LCD screen with a 1000 nit LED backlight, ProRes and DNX capabilities, anamorphic desqueeze, and audio inputs in HDMI/analog formats, make the Ninja 5 an impressive, feature-packed monitor/recorder. Check the video out for even more info and footage, and please view the wide
882 Views ·Posted 10/18/2018
In this video, AB and the team investigate how choosing different music can change the emotion of your film. The short scenes in the video are played without music, then with a couple of different music examples to highlight this change in emotion. Check it out! We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
1,426 Views ·Posted 10/16/2018
Join AB and Doug Guerra as they discuss the different challenges and techniques with which one is faced when recording and mixing audio for video. They cover topics such as equipment choice, EQ, compression, room acoustics, and more, and there are in-depth demos with screen captures that show how to go from an initial draft to a completed product. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.