• Why Should You Get VHS Tapes Converted to Digital Forms?

    Posted on by Sahil in Video Conversion | Comments Off on Why Should You Get VHS Tapes Converted to Digital Forms?

    To professionals converting VHS to digital forms using modern technologies, people bring their old video tapes in different shapes and condition for conversion. Depending on the condition of these tapes, the required work of digital conversion is done by professionals. Getting these old tapes converted is needed as people want to preserve their old memories. The old age VHS tapes are old fashioned in terms of modern digital world. So, keeping the recording safe means you need to get them converted to digital forms. If not converted on time, the tapes may undergo damaged with time. Thus, it is best to call for VHS to digital conversion services by experts. Here are some of the common problems that happen with old VHS tapes which can be served with digital conversions: Unstable and Shaky Recordings When videos saved in the VHS tapes are seen after very long period of time, people …

  • How to Film Hollywood Action

    Posted on by C Chow in Video Editing, Video Production | Comments Off on How to Film Hollywood Action

    This blog will explain the basics of how a student filmmaker can create intense Hollywood action sequences similar to the video above. The talent in our short film had limited experience with combat, but with a bit of training coupled with rehearsal and some editing tricks, we were able to pull of an exciting fight sequence. (I hope you’d enjoyed it anyway). As we continue to create our 13 episode web series, we will be teaming up with Bamboo Kung Fu School this month to help the actors get into their roles by going through some fight training sessions with Master Kin Sze! Be sure to check out our freaturette on action. Forgotten Corpses is a web series that we have been working on for half a year, starring Greg Willmot and Lee lawson, we are going to start principle photography soon so stay tuned and without further ado, here we go: Prerequisite: There are …

  • Secrets to Creating Killer Kickstarter Videos

    Posted on by C Chow in Video Editing, Video Marketing | Comments Off on Secrets to Creating Killer Kickstarter Videos

    Kickstarter is one of the great ways to fund your film project. We chose this platform over the other competitors because there have been many recent successes for campaigns which have put in the necessary time and set up. Kickstarter is also one of the better known crowdfunding website, according to the results of Crowd Funding Formula. However exericse your own judgement and be sure to do research when choosing the platform that works best for you. Just this month, we’ve launched our first Kickstarter campaign for our webseries Forgotten corpses. Throughout this process our team has learned a lot! I’d like to share what I’ve read and some of the experiences with you for creating a Kickstarter video! 1) Entertain the Audience: The first important advice is to give your audience an entertaining experience. The internet is so saturated with videos today that it is important to take your time to make something …

  • Hottest 3 Camera Setup Configuration

    Posted on by C Chow in Video Conversion, Video Production | Comments Off on Hottest 3 Camera Setup Configuration

    Key lights supplied by Valentina Dang This blog will show you how we setup an interview with 3 cameras affordably with make shift gear! Recently we have been doing mini series’ for a webisode – Forgotten Corpses. These mini series will “Pick Your Brains” of the creators from the show and at the same time act as a promotional kick before the main webisodes are released publically. The Background: In order to increase the chances of success on Youtube (which is where this series will be shown) producers have to consistently upload video content according to Wengie who has almost 6 million subscribers on Youtube. She suggested to release original and interesting content once per week, for a course of over 3 months in order to start seeing traction. By using this model, our plan is to construct approximately 12 – 5 minute interviews and release weekly for a course of 4 …