Elgato Video Capture Review

Elgato have pretty covered most of our video needs with TV encoders (and EyeTV) for our TV capturing and editing needs. The Turbo.264 HD allows us to encode footage directly from AVCHD camcorders […]

Embedding YouTube video in Keynote in 3 Easy Steps

Recently I have attended three separate events where the speaker referenced video from YouTube. On all of the occasions the video definitely added value to the presentation but sadly the speakers had to […]

Video in eLearning

A number of teachers have asked how we manage the growing amount of video based teaching resources that are being produced. From screencasts to Moving Image Arts coursework, from video podcasts to clips […]

EOS Final Cut Plugin on the way

High Definition video has now made its way from the high end cameras to many domestic digital SLR cameras. We recently covered a number of tips on making the most of HD video […]

New Canon 550D features 1080p HD

Canon have just announced the latest to their sub ?1000 digital SLR range in the form of the new 550D.  The EOS 550D is a reasonable upgrade over the 500D especially if you […]

iMovie v Final Cut Express

I am frequently asked what Mac video editing I would recommend, iMovie or Final Cut Express.  Although I primarily teach students to use Final Cut I use both FCE and iMovie in roughly […]

Overview : FlipShare video sharing for Mac

If you own a Flip video camera you will know how easy it is to edit and share your own video creations with Apple’s iMovie video editing application. If you don’t have iMovie […]

Gorillamobile comes to iPhone

If you are a keen photographer and use the Flickr site you will know that the iPhone has become one of the the most popular cameras for sharing photographs online. Now with the […]

5 tips for better DSLR Video on a Mac

High Definition video has now made its way from the high end cameras to many domestic digital SLR cameras. Having recently upgrade my loyal Canon 450D to the new 500D to gain the […]

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