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The DV Show - Video Production Just Got Easier

The DV Show - Video Production Just Got Easier

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Video production questions answered- audio techniques, camcorders, video editing, DVD authoring, tricks, tips or final distribution. If you're completely stumped or just need advice, you can interact and get your questions answered or just listen and learn. One super experienced host and a crack team of 13 seasoned professionals are ready to help on even the most complex technical issues in a fun and engaging show designed for everyone.
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Nate Woodbury, from https://www.betheherostudios.com, is a professional YouTube Producer who currently produces 9 profitable YouTube channels for various clients. He helps them grow their YouTube following, and turn their channels into lead generation machines that generate seven figures. As a master of efficiency, Nate is expert in developing ways to minimize time and expense, and maximize results and today he’s on thedvshow podcast to share his 5 step formula for success.
Now that it's easy for everyone to create video on their own, do we really need the big budget video professional? Video continues to be the most powerful form of content on the web and people know the importance of it in their marketing. We're not blind to the fact that there’s a growing trend among businesses to create their own video content. There are pros and cons to making video content on your own and pros and cons to hiring someone to make video content for you. But what are they? In the end, do you really need a video pro? We sat down with Richard Tiland from New Evolution Video Productions in San Diego, and really got down into the nitty gritty of this debate. We touch upon some topics no one wants to talk about.
Scrooged Out

Scrooged Out

2020-12-2828:30

This Christmas, you’re going to learn something totally new about the business side of video production from a weird, uninvited guest who entered our studio by surprise and the new year will never be the same.
The face of video production has changed because of this pandemic - the usual productions are down, unemployment is up and we’re all trying to find ways to make ends meet. You may have even lost your full time job and looking to use your video skills as a temporary backup to start bringing in some income for yourself or your family. The new pandemic world has different needs when it comes to video...you’re questions and emails to me personally are so telling...you're not seeing the opportunities as clear as you should in this new world but they’re there hidden right in front of you. It’s important to know where the opportunities are...where the "food’ is On this edition of The DV Show Podcast, we’re doing two things to lead you to the promised land where the big buffet is!
One of my favorite unforgettable interviews was with Stan LeBar, the NASA engineer who headed the team that created that black and white camera for Apollo moon missions. Stan created the camera that engaged the entire world as they watched Neil Armstrong take his first steps on the moon. We all watched this during the worldwide television broadcast of the landing in 1969. Now that broadcast wasn't perfect, but we still view the historical footage to this very day, thanks to Stan and his team. We're pulling this podcast up from the archives, along with some audio not included in the original edited version, which was released back on July 12, 2009. Unfortunately, Stan passed away six months later on December 23, 2009. He was 84 years old. We are once again dedicating this podcast to his accomplishment.
"Professional Video Maker" comes in all forms nowadays and is such a broad title that can have different definitions. Let's break down each one so you know what level of services they can provide before you start producing your next video with them.
Open up your eyes and look around...this pandemic is your chance to thrive! Let’s talk about areas of opportunity, on this edition of The DV Show.
Maximizing your iPhone 11’s filmmaking capabilities, easy pan and tilt camera techniques, driving traffic to your Youtube channel plus, what to do when a client asks for raw footage after the edit...these questions answered and more on this edition of the DV Show!
Video recording devices for yoga classes, the life expectancy of a camera, Sony mirrorless vs Blackmagic and alternatives to Zoom for remote video production...these questions answered and more on this edition of The DV Show!
The Impossible Video

The Impossible Video

2020-04-2006:30

A client needs a video fast. Social distancing makes production extremely hard. Join us as we attempt to create a seemingly impossible video from ABSOLUTELY NOTHING during a quarantine lock down.
Remote video production. From streaming live, remote cameras over the web to managing an entire video project from your home. We have alternative techniques you can use to stay ahead during this brutal pandemic.
Our 350th Q&A Podcast

Our 350th Q&A Podcast

2020-04-0114:48

Can you believe it? This is our 350th podcast! Since 2005 we’ve been answering listener questions related to digital video production like no one else does! Sure you can go onto Youtube and search for a solution or quickly get some training, you can even go onto the multiple question and answer forums related to the video production industry and you can even visit some of the great websites out there related to video but you’re not going to get the personalized touch you get here on this podcast.
As a videographer, you can expect to be approached by people with great ideas for a video. They are certain that their local affiliates will want to air it. The video might take the form of a documentary, a travel video, or a how-to video. In a few cases, these folks have the capital to finance the venture, and they are ready to pay your fee for production and editing. But most of the time, these budding entrepreneurs want you to invest your time and your equipment purely on spec, with only the hope of sharing future profits.
A Look Back at the 1960’s TV Show that Started Underwater Video
If you're producing videos, it is crucial to be aware of the laws involved. Yeah, yeah...we know it's boring to talk about. Creative types tune out from this stuff. But on this special edition of The DV Show, entertainment attorney Gordon Firemark entertains us while getting into the nitty gritty details of some popular legal questions you should know the answers to
Dealing with the Bridezilla as a Wedding Videographer
If you are a creative in either the film or video production industries, this may well be the most important podcast you will listen to this year. Artificial intelligence will have a profound impact on how you do your work over the next decade. Machines will not replace humans, at least not in the near term, but they will become very active creative partners.
If you are looking for the best professional production quality video cameras priced from $2500 to $8,000+ then you're listening to the right podcast!
Thomas clifford is with us today â?? the man, the myth the legend when it comes to making corporate video more exciting and compelling.
There are clients who will happily take advantage of every benefit you have to offer them when it comes to producing a video for their business, but when it comes time to pay up, theyâ??ll refuse to do so. Our first reaction to getting stiffed is usually anger, and we often display that anger out of impulse. But if you want your client to settle their debt, listen to this podcast to learn a little more finesse to get your cash.
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