Archive for Editing

White-Labeling

We love putting out great work with our name on it. But we also love putting out great work with your name on it. In the last two years we have had the privilege to work with two multi-billion dollar companies, several government agencies, and a production for Hollywood, CA. Universally, they asked us not […]

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Editing Mouse-Free

I often interact with others that are just getting started with Final Cut Pro.  Maybe they’ve only used FCP a few times or they are moving from iMovie or Final Cut Express.  Either way, I find that they are tied to the mouse for most of their editing functions.  This is typical for anyone learning […]

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2nd Place Winner in the National Panasonic Contest

A couple of months ago we entered our Hope Relay video in the Panasonic Shoot It, Share It video contest, and guess what? We came in second place! <cue audience applause>. The contest was judged by a panel of video production experts including Rosey Media, the team behind SNL Digital Shorts and Bandito Films behind […]

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The Differences between Novice and Expert Video

$2,500 for a professional, complete video is an incredible deal. But, we know sometimes your marketing budget won’t allow even that. Sometimes you just need to communicate something in its most raw form. And no matter what it is, if it’s worth communicating, we think it’s worth communicating well. If you just don’t have a […]

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Correcting optical aberration and geometric distortion on the Panasonic HVX200

Optical aberration. Geometric distortion. “What?” you ask. I’ll explain. On the Project Hope Relay shoot, I wanted a really wide shot from across the lake with the runner in the distance. It’s a beautiful scene and I wanted the Furman bell tower on the right side of the frame and the lake as the lower […]

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