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Just put some clothes on before you start recording.
Just put some clothes on before you start recording.Some people would say the opposite. ^_~ However, I look forward to some of the videos they will post.
Oh man, this is either going to be pure awesomeness, utter hilarity, or an epic failure. I'm hoping for the first two.
Ro, I am going to agree with Omnutia and myself. Considering what we've heard about in what state of dress they record the podcast, I also think it better if we ask they put their clothes back on.I won't require it, but I request it. ;-)
I'm thinking more along the lines of video supplementals for board game strategies and how to's.
Just put some clothes on before you start recording.Some people would say the opposite. ^_~ However, I look forward to some of the videos they will post.NO! Those people are by these kindly requested to keep silent concerning this topic.
FRC videos FUCK YEA!
I'm am so looking forward to editing any videos that come down the pike. Picture Rym and Scott singing "Never gonna give you up".
I'm not the only one begging, either.
There was a recording session yesterday. Now do you have respect for Emily's Skills? Do you? Now you see. It's harder than it looks, isn't it?
Looking good when a camera is pointed at you is just as hard as pointing the camera.
Well, we've begun. The last of the equipment has been purchased, and we've recorded our first serious foray into the realm of video.
I think Adobe Premiere is a great way to lern to edit because it is very easy to learn and affordable. In premiere you don't have to worry too much about the technical stuff. I used to love this software because it was simple but as I got more advanced in editing I found that it slowed me down. For me Premiere was just a stepping stone. I don't think anyone uses Premiere in the industry, it's more for the classroom or for wedding videos.FCP is a very good editing tool and I have used this quite a bit and I still do sometimes. Unfortunately I can't say too many good things about FCP because I'm just so used to using Avid. FCP compared to Avid is like Honda versus a Ferrari. The problem I face with FCP among other things, is that it runs only on Macs and as everyone knows Macs are fairly expensive. With the integration of Intel chips in Macs things might change, in the mean time I'll stick to avid.Avid used to be my least favourite editing software because it is just so different from other editing packages and you have to be very technical to learn to use an Avid system, but over time I have come to love it. Avid comes in all price ranges because there are so many different types of Avid systems (Avid Xpress, Xpress HD, Adrenaline, DS etc.) Some you can run on a regular PC others you need special hardware. The thing I like about Avid is that the effects are real-time, meaning when I apply a transition or something I don't have to wait for it to render to see the effect; I can see it right away. I also like it because of it's color correcting capabalities, it's integration with ProTools and the ability to customize everything. One thing I don't like about Avid is the way it handles media files. It dumps all media (audio/video) into one OMFI directory. Which becomes almost impossible to backup or manage manually.
He doesn't need Avid. Don't put those ideas into his head. Final Cut should be more than enough.