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Using Zebras for correct exposure

One of the trickiest aspects of video filming and one that is done badly by a remarkable number of people even on network television it seems, is getting exposure right. That’s because exposure can be tricky unless you’re shooting in perfectly controlled conditions such as...

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New features for YouTube creators

It’s the most popular, widely-used video distribution platform in the world and now YouTube has unveiled some more features, including live streaming for certain accounts. They’re a bit late to the party with this – given the existence of uStream.tv, Livestream, Justin.tv and many others...

Canon Legria Mini

Bizarre new self-shooter from Canon

Someone at Canon’s been drinking a lot of coffee lately. Only caffeine could explain the splendidly bizarre and wonderful new “Legria Mini” camcorder. Unlike any other conventional camcorder – or action cam – the tiny Mini is designed specifically for first-person filming. In other words,...

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Red Giant gets BulletProof

A piece of software that helps to organise video shoots with loads of footage has been given its first full release after beta testing, though it’s Mac only at present. Red Giant’s “BulletProof v1.0” is now available from www.redgiant.com and costs $199 USD. It provides...

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GoPro gets smartphone control

GoPro has released a new app (for Google’s Android, Apple’s iOS and Windows Phone) which enables you to control the tiny action-cam from your smartphone. You can also play back videos and view still images, and upload to places such as Instagram and Facebook. The...

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Low cost entry to PC video editing

New video makers looking for a low-cost entry into the world of editing could do worse than try out VideoMeld, a new release of which has just been uploaded by its author. The compact software download which is free to try and costs just $69...