Reviews of software and equipment for video production and post.
The new wide-angle lenses from Rokinon are an affordable alternative for DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. In this post, we bring you all the specs.
We take a look at 5 of the latest high speed capable cameras – and share a quick video tutorial on working with high speed effects in post production.
Autodesk is one of the world leaders when it comes to 3D modeling, texturing, and animation. If you work in 3D design the new features in the 2015 software lineup is big news.
A Steadicam can make your film or video footage exponentially smoother, but they’re often complicated to setup and operate. We share some background on Steadicams, a tutorial on setting one up and how to create your own DIY version.
Nikon’s new 1 V3 features high frame rates and sleek design, but is it practical for filmmakers and video producers?
With over 470 still and motion picture camera options, the Mark II Artist’s Viewfinder is a powerful smartphone app for quickly visualizing your shots. We’ve got 10 copies to giveaway!
Wipster makes reviewing and critiquing videos easy for editors and clients alike. Easy-to-use interfaces and custom to-do lists help make Wipster an interesting option for video editors everywhere.
You may know how to use a lens but do you know how it is made? In the following article we take a look at how camera lenses are created.
Need to prepare your RAW footage for video editing? ClipHouse is a multi-function app that gets the job done quickly and simply.
HitFilm is a crowdfunded visual effects app that’s currently FREE. See HitFilm in action and get all the details in this post.
TrackFinger seems like a cool motion tracking tool, but does it work? In this post, we review the new After Effects application and see if it’s worth the price tag.
With trackFinger you can track your finger movements and place them in After Effects. In this post, we share a few details on this new application and show it in action.