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Video Production and Hardware: July 2008 Archives

Hawking USB Networking adapter for MAC I recently purchased a Mac Pro without the airport installed from the factory. This was a huge mistake and I recommend that you do not make this mistake. If you want to add it at a later date it is a factory direct part that must be installed at a dealer. Not only expensive but very time consuming! Today I discovered a great solution for your networking solution on the Mac. The Hawking Wireless-G USB Adapter with Removable Antenna is your solution. this adapter will work with all Macintosh laptops and desktops, you will just need to download the drive that is for your system. The external dipole antenna can easily be removed and upgraded to a Hawking Hi-Gain Antenna for extended wireless range. Works with both IEEE 802.11b and IEEE 802.11g products, has high-speed transfer data rate - up to 54Mbps', Supports Turbo Mode to enhance the data transfer speed within a specific wireless network. The Hawking adapter has proven to be the fastest network adapter to date.

I thought I'd mix up things on the GeniusDV blog today.  You must take a look at the wall painted animations by Blue.  It's one of the strangest creative works that I've seen in a long time.  Not sure what software was used to edit this together, but it's worth looking at. 


wall_art_animation.gifPay special attention to the camera work and 3D environment.  Not sure how they pulled this off.  Amazing. 

Everything seems to be turning towards video. Just take a look at YouTube and the hundreds of thousands of videos on various websites.  There is a range of websites offering ‘How-To’ videos that provide video enthusiasts with an opportunity to make money by producing these videos.

How_to_Hydrofoil_Geno_Yau.gifThere is a need for these companies to produce quality videos in order for them to generate advertising revenue.  Research is showing that if you don’t have video on your website you’re losing viewers or clicks. The great thing is, you don’t need to spend tens of thousands of dollars to produce video for the web. Yes, you can create a supplemental income by producing video content for these types of websites. . All that’s needed is a video camera with a microphone, some headphones, and a computer with some type of video editing software.


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