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Video Production and Hardware: December 2009 Archives

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The new line of Sony XD Camcorders have set the world of videography on its edge. The Sony EX-1 and EX-3 produce beautiful images and are in the budget range of almost any studio. There is some software that you need to make sure you have if you are going to use the XD Cam codec to its full potential. I have had several students and client ask where to get all the plug-ins and software they need to start the editing process. Sony offers everything you need to get your XD cam media into your favorite NLE. Depending on which NLE you use it will determine the software you will download but here is a brief description of each.

 

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The new line of Sony XD Camcorders have set the world of videography on its edge. The Sony EX-1 and EX-3 produce beautiful images and are in the budget range of almost any studio. There is some software that you need to make sure you have if you are going to use the XD Cam codec to its full potential. I have had several students and client ask where to get all the plug-ins and software they need to start the editing process. Sony offers everything you need to get your XD cam media into your favorite NLE. Depending on which NLE you use it will determine the software you will download but here is a brief description of each.

 

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For video professionals it’s important to view your final product the way in the same way that your intended audience will be viewing it.  This means watching your final product on an external broadcast montitor or HD screen.

SMPTE_bars_setup.gifFor NTSC broadcast television engineers use SMPTE color bars that have become a standard for calibrating their equipment.  Since all broadcasters use the same color bars, this will ensure that your production will be sent out the same way to all the various networks.

Color Bars are also useful is you are projecting your final product at a trade show.  You can use the Color Bars at the front of your project to calibrate the projector.

Here are the important steps to remember when using and calibrating your equipment to color bars.......

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