• Simplifying Media Experience with VHS to Digital Conversion

    Posted on by Sahil in Uncategorized, Video Conversion, Video Production | Comments Off on Simplifying Media Experience with VHS to Digital Conversion

    Do old VHS tapes look like a thing of the past and non-usable in the modern, digital world? There is not just one, but a number of reasons why you need to get these tapes converted to digital formats. You must have been using the wide variety of devices and know well how easy and seamless it has become to use modern technology. But you need not to leave your family videos which are no less than a treasure of the past behind. Videos stored in digital DVDs and other digital formats are less prone to damage and can be easily preserved for a long time ahead. With professional VHS to Digital conversion by experts, you can add more life to the old videos covering up the moments you shared or those of your earlier generations. This way, technology can help you preserve memories of your past for the future …

  • Your Old VHS Tapes Are Becoming Older. Here is How You Can Add Life into Them

    Posted on by Sahil in Video Production | Comments Off on Your Old VHS Tapes Are Becoming Older. Here is How You Can Add Life into Them

    Use of VHS tapes was once very common around thirty years ago. People at that time wished to capture memories in the form of videos saved in VHS format. But with changing, all that had once been taken in use is now becoming old as advancements has taken the place. In term of VHS, now modern, digital files, DVDs have now emerged as the latest, advanced video formats. Just like you have become older with time, the VHS tapes you have kept safe in the store room of your place, is getting older too. The magnetic tape of the VHS case must have been deteriorating with time. Do you want to keep the memories preserved in the old VHS tapes saved for the future as well? It is possible to get the old VHS tapes converted from VHS to DVD with the help of expert service providers. What Can Go …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …