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Posted 06/24/21
Doug Guerra takes the LiveU Solo Live Stream Encoder on a real-world test. This video encoder is a professional, reliable tool for any live event, because its size and simplicity make it a powerful streaming device. Would you add this to your live streaming setup? Tell us in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 05/12/20
Maria teaches you how to make your own food video at home, with tips on filming, lighting, and editing and some fun tricks to make it your own! Also check out these other  At-Home videos  for more ways to help you stay creative at home.
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Posted 06/24/19
In Part 4 of our multi-part Audio for Video series, AB walks you through the pros and cons of recording audio to your camera versus using an external audio recorder. Learn about when direct-to-camera recording may be ideal, and when you’ll need to start thinking about additional devices, such as mixer adapters and external multi-track recorders. As usual, AB breaks down many important considerations and helpful tips that you need to know for high-quality audio capture in the field. If you would like to continue reading about the Audio for Video series, be sure to check out all of our related content here. If you have any additional questions, comments, or you would like to make a request, be sure to leave a message down below.
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Posted 12/14/18
Join Jake Estes as he explores the Sony PXW-Z280 4K XDCAM Camcorder, a replacement of the highly popular PXW X200. The Z280 retains some of the features that made its predecessor great, and it adds even more powerful capabilities, such as UHD 4K at 59.94 4:2:2 (10-bit), face-detecting AF with single-face priority, and a USB port on the back of the camera for easily backing up to a flash drive. Keep watching for more details and video footage.
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Posted 04/19/18
In this video, cinematographer Mark Raker uses three Litepanels Gemini lights to create diverse scenes with varying moods. Gemini’s Lighting Effects Mode, included with the latest firmware update, enables you to create virtually any color palette and effects, such as TV simulation, hue burst, paparazzi, strobe, fire, squares, fireworks, emergency lights, pulse and party lights, and more. Check out the Gemini in action, and we invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 05/09/18
Videographer Chase Kubasiak utilizes a variety of Rokinon Xeen Cinema lenses to capture the art of glass-making at Ignite Glass Studios in Chicago. Rokinon lenses are known for their affordability and robust build quality, and the Xeen lenses do not disappoint in this regard. Check out this in-depth review for more features and an honest take on the Xeen Cinema line.
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