Posts Tagged ‘video production’

Cinamaker & Panasonic Partner to Simplify Multi-Camera Live Streaming

Panasonic AW-HE40

Panasonic PTZ Camera Video Switcher for iPad with Cinamaker Inside When Panasonic was looking to develop a new multi-camera video switcher software platform for its professional line of Pan/Tilt/Zoom (PTZ) video cameras, Cinamaker got the call. As a result, we are excited to announce our partnership with Panasonic and today’s release of LiveCTRL (pronounced LiveConTRoL) Panasonic’s new mobile iPad app with Cinamaker-inside enabling control, live switching and streaming select Panasonic pan/tilt/zoom cameras. LiveCTRL for iPad is now available in Apple’s App Store for free. “Panasonic chose us as their platform of choice because they recognized Cinamaker did precisely what their users were…

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Cinamaker Unveils Premiere Pro Panel Integration

Cinamaker Panel Integration for Adobe Premiere Pro

You’ve downloaded Cinamaker 2.0, experimented with live editing between different camera angles on the Cinamaker Director Pad, and managed to record your first multi-camera video or live-stream. Now that you’ve carved a notch or two during the production phase, you’re probably ready to take your post-production to the next level by transferring and editing your video in your favorite editor, but you’re bummed because it’s not nearly as quick and easy as you had hoped. Well, it’s time to bring out the champagne, because post-production just became infinitely more streamlined thanks to our new Adobe panel integration into Premiere Pro! Unveiled…

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Cinamaker at Adobe MAX 2018 & *Special Offer

Cinamaker at Adobe MAX 2018

If you’re new to Cinamaker and would like to see what all the excitement is about, mark your calendars because we’ll be at Adobe MAX 2018 this coming Monday through Wednesday, October 15-17, 2018 at the L.A. Convention Center. If you’ll be attending MAX, please come by and see us in Booth #1118. The three-day conference will be packed with networking opportunities, training, track sessions, and workshops led by industry leaders in a variety of creative fields and special appearances from top entertainment talent and more. We’ll be joined by guest creator, Dan Flores (@deltatangomike) who will be sharing an in-depth…

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Cinamaker: An Introduction

After three and a half years in development, we are proud to release Cinamaker to the world. Here is an overview of our product starting with our Why. We hope you enjoy Cinamaker and get great value from it. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions, comments or needs. We believe that everyone has a story to tell with the power to move and change the world. That’s why we’ve created Cinamaker, a powerful suite of breakthrough professional video tools that allow people to tell their stories and impact the world, simply and affordably. Multi-Camera Recording With Cinamaker, multi-camera video…

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7 Tips For Shooting Outdoors

Great shots call for more than just a good camera — and capturing images outside can be especially difficult, even for seasoned photographers and cinematographers. Prepare yourself with these 7 tips before venturing into the great wide open. 1. Explore The Location Every location has a unique aspect that can make an image stand out, but studying your location beforehand will help you get the most out of your shoot. Make sure you’re prepared to deal with potential weather, noise, and lighting issues and start thinking of how your subjects can and will interact with the elements within your location.…

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4 Best Lighting Strategies For Multi-Camera Production

Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz didn’t invent multi-camera TV production. But, when they formed Desilu to create the classic TV show I Love Lucy, they saw its incredible potential. Needless to say, there was no looking back! The Los Angeles Times quoted Bart Andrews, author of The I Love Lucy Book, as saying that Desilu staffed its studio production with quality innovators: Associate producer Al Simon and cinematographer Karl Freund.

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