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robclaisse
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Progression Video Production tips

Postby robclaisse » Fri May 01, 2009 12:55 am

I've started writing a series of posts on our Progression blogs with some things we've picked up over the past 6 years of making our DVDs - the kind of stuff anyone who has a video camera and edits at home may find helpful to get a higher production value into their videos.

So far we have two posts
Progression Production Tips - Part 1 : Filming
Progression Production Tips - Part 2 : Editing

There will be a third part shortly to round off the series of posts, all about encoding your video to the highest standard and getting it out there online.

Anyway, let us know what you think here on the forum or our blogs comments - and add your own filming and editing tips.

Laters

Rob
Fat Sand Productions
http://www.progression.me

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Re: Progression Video Production tips

Postby bern dogg » Fri May 01, 2009 2:00 pm

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robclaisse
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Joined: Fri Sep 20, 2002 1:00 am
Kiting since: 2000
Local Beach: Australia: Merimbula NSW
Favorite Beaches: Waddell Creek - Santa Cruz, USA
Tableview, Cape Town, SA
Style: Waves
Gear: North Neo's : 10,8,6,5
North Pro Series 6'2"
Firewire Vader 5'3"
Brand Affiliation: Progression Sports (Formally Fat Sand)
Location: Brighton, UK. Owner of Progression Sports
Contact:

Re: Progression Video Production tips

Postby robclaisse » Tue May 19, 2009 5:50 pm

Finally got the final part of this series of posts written and online, so if you want some insight into the encoding your home movies for the web then check out Part 3 : Encoding and Distribution

As always love to hear some feedback and other peoples options on all of this...

Laters

Rob
Fat Sand Productions
http://www.progression.me


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