With the internet so jam packed with sites about everything it is rare to come across a video 101 course that covers the topics as well as http://www.video101course.com The site provides an excellent and indepth look into the following of Video production… video editing video recording camcorders shots camera lens sound lighting mounts video camera… Continue reading Video Tutorial 101
In an earlier post I talked about settings for ffmpeg for flash video, and today I came across another helpful setting for ffmpeg. Sometimes your video will run for 30 minutes, however you only want to upload it in 10 minute segments. The following command will split a movie file ffmpeg -i myfiletosplit.flv -ss 00:00:00… Continue reading How to split a movie file into multiple parts
You’re no blue smarty in my book! I wanted to spend more time on the video but I would have had to start the project before I met you to do what I wanted to do.
Last December I flew over to Ireland on a chance and ended up filming the biggest waves ever surfed. Once I had returned and downloaded the footage I was a little disappointed that I wasn’t able to capture the full enormity of waves and the feeling you get when you’re there watching.
Flash Video is currently the best format to share your videos on the web. Sites such as You Tube, Vimeo, and Myspace all use the .flv format to deliver videos to the end user. Some of the latest versions of video editing software have included .flv as an export option, however if you are using… Continue reading FFMpeg Settings for Flash Video