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Sony A7s Guide

The Sony A7s 4K Guide (Part Eight): Post Production and Grading

A detailed guide to the Sony A7s – from lenses and accessories to post production. Part eight covers editing and grading in post production.

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WMP_ARTICLES_MISC

How Much Can You Uprez, or, What is the Limit of Image Interpolation?

How much can you blow up an image or video before it becomes unacceptable? This article tests to find the magic uprez or image interpolation number.

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Camera System

The Complete Guide to Choosing and Using Video Production Monitors (Part One)

Everything you wanted to know about video production monitors in one place.

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WMP_ARTICLES_MISC

How to Find the Right Cinema or TV Viewing Distance

This article explains how one can find the ideal TV viewing distance, given only the horizontal resolution and diagonal size of the display.

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WMP_ARTICLES_MISC

The Best Video Editing Software 2013 (Part Three): The End

This article compares the ‘big seven’ professional NLEs to find the best video editing software. Who wins?

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Advanced Cinematography Concepts

Understanding Wireless Video Production (Part Two)

What does it take to make a production set completely ready for wireless video? This article shows you how to get started.

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WMP_ARTICLES_MISC

What is 6G-SDI?

What is 6G-SDI and should you jump on the 6G-SDI bandwagon?

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General Filmmaking

The Ideal Viewfinder for Directors

Want to know how to find the ideal viewfinder for directors? This article gives you a simple guide to finding your ideal soul mate.

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WMP_ARTICLES_MISC

Understanding the limits of Data Rates and Transmission

A brief overview of the data rates involved in various distribution channels, from cinema to television to the Internet.

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WMP_ARTICLES_MISC

Choosing a Broadcast Camera (Part Two): Is Your Camera Broadcast-worthy?

What makes a broadcast camera? Part Two lists the general testing methodology, and shows you how to check if your camera is broadcast-worthy.