Find millimeter on Facebook

Related Articles

Producing H.264 Files on the Mac, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

We'll look at the quality, performance, and compatibility of H.264 files produced by Telestream Episode Encoder 6 (yes, the new version) and Sorenson Media Squeeze 6.5 (yes, also new)...

The Craft of the HDSLR 

By Barry Braverman

It came as a huge surprise to everyone: the adoption of the HDSLR for serious video applications on network shows, high-end commercials, and music videos...

Producing H.264 Files on the Mac, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

In celebration of MPEG-LA extending the royalty-free policy for H.264 video delivered without charge over the Internet, I thought I would devote the next few columns on producing H.264 video...

MPEG-2 Encoders, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

In the first half of this month's article, I looked at the usability and performance of five MPEG-2 encoding tools: Apple Compressor, Cinema Craft Encoder MP, Innobits BitVice, Sorenson Media Squeeze, and Telestream Episode Encoder...

My Post House: ÜberMedia 

Éric St-Martin's post house, ÜberMedia, is located in Mirabel, Québec and specializes in corporate filmmaking...

MPEG-2 Encoders, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

This month's Final Cut Pro Insider will try to identify the highest-quality Mac-based software encoder for converting HD footage to DVD-compatible MPEG-2...

Stabilizing Your Video Footage, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

Stabilizing shaky footage and smoothing out camera motion are problems that you'll periodically face. Last time out, I looked at how well Apple Final Cut Pro's SmoothCam filter and Apple Motion's Stabilize function performed. In this article, I'll look at Red Giant Software Magic Bullet Steady and the Boris Continuum Optical Stabilizer Mac...

3D on the Cheap, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

In this article, I'll discuss how to shoot, edit, and upload 3D videos to YouTube, and what you'll need to view them from that site...

Stabilizing Your Video Footage, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

In this issue, I'll discuss the image stabilization task in general, and analyze the usability, quality, and performance of Final Cut's SmoothCam filter and Motion's Stabilize behavior. In essence, these are the free tools that you likely already have...

Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

Last time out, we discussed shooting for multicam editing, and syncing your clips for multicam editing in Apple Final Cut Pro. This time out, I'll detail how to work with clips in the Viewer, how to switch camera angles, how to optimize playback in the Timeline, and other production details...

Previous | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | Next
Browse Back Issues