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Premiere Pro DSLR Editing Workflow

See the incredible power and ease of NATIVELY editing DSLR footage in Premiere Pro CS5. Straight from the camera to the timeline. No transcoding; no proxies. Import your videos through Adobe Bridge/Photo Downloader, or pull content directly off your CF/XD/SD/Express/PCMCIA card from a card reader. Full frame-size, mixed frame rates, all living together, harmoniously, in the Premiere Pro CS5 timeline. And what makes it all possible? The incredible new 64-bit Mercury Playback Engine. Oh, and Premiere Pro CS5 is a native 64-bit app as well now.

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25 DIY Tutorials for Video & Music Audio

Audio is one of the most important aspects of you film. Some may say it is even more important than video. Unfortunately if on a small budget you may not be able to afford for all the expensive equipment required for great sound. With that in mind, we created this list of25 DIY (“Do It Yourself”) Audio Tutorials to help stretch that budget.

As always, whenever you are dealing with electricity and heat safety always comes first. For your sake and the sake of your crew, never take on one of these projects unless you know what you are doing. Saving a few dollars is not worth causing an injury or worse.

How to Soundproof a Room : DIY Soundproofing

DIY Portable Recording Studio

DIY Sound Proofing Music Studio

DIY Spider Mounted Boom Pole

How to build a home recording studio

How to build a vocal booth on a budget

How to Create and Edit Foley Sound Effects at Home

Homemade soundboard (Door sound effects/foley)

DIY Condenser Microphone

DIY Microphone – $8 Spider Mount

DIY Microphone Pop Filter

DIY Microphone Flag

DIY Samson GoMic Stand

Make a Mic Shockmount for $1.20

The Frugal Filmmaker: DIY Boom Pole

DIY Contact Microphone

How to make a Microphone Wind Screen

A Low Cost External Microphone Solution HTDZ HT-81 Review

Radio Mics & Alternatives for Low Budget Filmmaking?

Cheap Wireless Radio Mics From eBay – any good?

HOW TO MAKE A BOOM POLE FOR £15

Make a microphone blimp for your shotgun microphone

DIY Mike How To Make an Audio Interconnect I/C for under $10

How to Make & Repair Audio Cables : Types of Audio Cables

Mr. Microphone Hack!

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24 Amazing Stop Motion Videos

Stop motion animation is a repetitive and time-consuming process which only the most patient filmmakers can master. Below are 24 amazing examples of stop motion videos using a wide range of techniques and styles.

You may also want to check out our other posts in this series; “24 Amazing Time Lapse Videos” and “24 Amazing Slow Motion Videos.”

SCINTILLATION

This is an experimental film made up of over 35,000 photographs. It combines an innovative mix of stop motion and live projection mapping techniques.

A SHORT LOVE STORY IN STOP MOTION

A couple of pencil-outlined birds escape from a little girl´s drawing, leading us through the life she dreams of.

Bottle

Animated on location at a beach, in snow, and underwater, this stop-motion short details a transoceanic conversation between two characters via objects in a bottle.

Light Drive

Stop motion form and color, using light painting techniques.

The Seed

A two-minute animated voyage through nature’s life cycle, following the trials and tribulations of a humble apple seed.

Sorry I’m Late

A stop motion short film shot with a stills camera in the ceiling pointing straight at the floor.

Typophile Film Festival 5 Opening Titles

A visual typographic feast about the five senses, and how they contribute to and enhance our creativity. Everything in the film is real—no CG effects!

Graffiti Stop Motion

First animation clip from Tant and Unga of the “broken fingaz crew” from Israel.

Out Of A Forest

It is shot in the forests surrounding Viborg, Denmark.

Nowhere Near Here

If life is a catwalk, run like a dog.

Ten Thousand Pictures of You

An exhilarating rollercoaster ride through the animated pictures of Sarah’s world, as she gets revenge on the man who broke her heart!

FLUFFY MC CLOUD

A short film about man’s misunderstanding and mixed relationship with mother nature (barf!)..

Drift

I drift, half awake, half asleep. Moving through the city I recall but have never been to.

Something Left, Something Taken

An animated dark comedy about a vacationing couple’s encounter with a man they believe to be the Zodiac Killer. Based on a true story.

The PEN Story

This is the Olympus PEN Story in stop motion. They shot 60,000 pictures, developed 9,600 prints and shot over 1,800 pictures again. No post production!

Iron Man vs Bruce Lee

Iron Man fights Bruce Lee in stop motion…

SNASK

There are 1846 photos, and it took just under 4 days to shoot.

Nobody Beats The Drum – Grindin’

Stop Motion Animation ‘Grindin”

JOY OF DESTRUCTION

A film about the human drive to destroy and the absurd entertaining value that’s attached to it.

MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU

The new short film by Blu an ambiguous animation painted on public walls. Made in Buenos Aires and in Baden (fantoche)

Neomorphus

Imaginary creatures adapt into an Ecosystem and the transformation of these habitats for these creatures generates a fantastic cycle.

Procrastination

This piece revolves around the theme of ‘PROCRASTINATION’.

Honk If You’re Human

A stop-motion animation for the BBC Knowledge. This was shot in-camera and in sequence from beginning to end.

Metronomy – The Look

Official video for Metronomy’s single “The Look”

Bonus Video: Galloping Horse by Eadweard Muybridge

Stan Lee Presents: The Comic Book Greats (How to Create a Comic Book)

Plotting, writing, character development, inking styles and story telling techniques are explained by the biggest names in comics. Stan Lee hosts Todd “Spawn” McFarlane, Rob “Youngblood” Liefeld and Jim “Wildcats” Lee as they offer tips and illustrate the realities of creating comic books.

Playwriting vs. Screenwriting

Writing for stage and film presents some unique challenges. Two men who’ve done both, David Rabe and Kenneth Lonergan, join WNYC’s Leonard Lopate to talk about their experience writing for the different mediums and adapting their work from one format to another.

Lonergans screen writing credits include: “You Can Count on Me” and “Gangs of New York.” His plays include “Lobby Hero,” “The Waverly Gallery,” and “This is Our Youth.” Rabe’s has written “Hurlyburly,” “Sticks and Bones” and “In the Boom Boom Room” for the stage. His screenplays include “The Firm” and “Casualties of War.”

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