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Betacam SP (BetaSP) was launched by Sony in 1986. It became the dominant acquisition and post production format in large areas of broadcast television and corporate video production. If you’re working on a project today which includes footage from the … Continue reading
If you operate a commercial CCTV system in the UK then you should be aware that the law enforcement agencies can seize video evidence. Members of the public also have he right to see and request a copy of CCTV in … Continue reading
If you’re reading this there’s a good chance you’re interested in getting better search engine position results for your local business. You’ve probably heard from people like me that search engines love video, web video is the best thing since … Continue reading
Family videos on DVD or Blu-ray make a great gift at Christmas. The run up to the festive period has always been busy for video transfers but this year it seems to have taken off much earlier. Your orders are … Continue reading
Sustainable Consumption Institute Films Last year we covered the Manchester launch of the SCI’s What’s Cooking report. Earlier this year we returned to the University of Manchester to make a series of online videos for the Sustainable Consumption Institute (SCI). … Continue reading
Our online payments have been improved as we’ve switched from Google Checkout to PayPal. The electronic invoicing system from PayPal is much better and shows a full breakdown of VAT etc. We’ve also installed a chip & pin machine in … Continue reading
In many video editing projects, especially for broadcast, the output format will usually be clearly defined. The footage you shoot should ideally comply with the output format to reduce the need for conversion during post-production. If you’re working on a … Continue reading
Video can be shot, edited and delivered in more shapes and sizes than ever before. In this short guide we’ll try to explain frame size, frame rates, interlacing and progressive scan in plain English.