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Video Production #3001791 08/05/19 12:08 AM
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the above announcement is locked to reply to.

Here was my reply to the Town Hall:

Very timely, thanks

video production [ specifically video accompaniment to my recorded music] is a goal of mine this year.

I need a jump start or kick start to get going with the details and tools.

Interested in quality. I am not certain an iPhone recording will cut it.
Guess an Iphone ok for a quickie- lets say a 2 minute one instrument recording.

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Re: Video Production [Re: GregC] #3001793 08/05/19 12:31 AM
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Depends on what you're doing, but iPhone video quality is pretty good. An interchangeable lens camera of some sort is definitely better. In either case you have to also figure out how you're capturing audio too.

What is your goal with video production? What are you looking to produce?

Re: Video Production [Re: GregC] #3001922 08/05/19 09:48 PM
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There are several ways you could go with this. Certainly a DSLR or, perhaps better yet, a mirrorless, coupled with a cine lens would do well. But there are numerous options for this, including perhaps a few attachments to an iPhone....or perhaps just an iPhone.

Re: Video Production [Re: GregC] #3002033 08/06/19 05:34 PM
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Mm, it's a big subject, for sure, I've done courses on video production long ago, and must say I think they served me well. Lot's of work though, and requiring overview of a understanding person. Too many DIY videos on the YT make all kinds of things into, well, honestly, something alike standard chunks of dog food. Maybe healthy for a dog, but it's hard to make certain subjects taught properly, even if lot's of global experiments in the field seem to suggest a fast learning curve is readily available.

It is possible to make popular and palpable video with a good phone cam and some decent software, so it is interesting, and lots of tips and tricks can be formulated, so...

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