Ultimate Aspect Ratio Guide. Aspect ratios throughout cinema history I decided to compile all these assets after seeing the wonderful and educational video posted by FilmmakerIQ that does an amazing job explaining the aspect ratio and its historical context. After watching it, I was reminded of a widescreen template package I downloaded years ago and but now can no longer find on-line. I’m more than happy to keep it alive and inject it back into the interwebz so that any current or future filmmaker will have access to all the geometric framings used over the years. 3 classic aspect ratios The Kid (1921) Casablanca (1942) The following Aspect Ratios listed include the first film ever used in that format.
</p></div> To Top Editing Sep 2013 17 Comments In EditingLow Budget Filmmaking By vashi 121 Free Film Grain & Light Leaks forFilm & Video Editors On 01, Sep 2013 | 17 Comments | In Editing, Low Budget Filmmaking | By vashi 0 Tweet 553 Share 21 Share 123 Pin 8 Share 0 Mail 11 Companies giving away FREE filmmaking assets An easy way to make your project look more ‘cinematic’ is to overlay film grain, light leaks or other film-specific attributes. I’ve compiled assets from 11 companies that graciously offer their HD video files at no cost whatsoever. 1. 2. 335 Free Filmmaking Tools. Free tools I use every day for my editing jobs I’m always on the lookout for tools and assets that make my film editing and post production workflow easier, quicker and more efficient.
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A Look at the Pros and Cons of Shooting RAW vs H.264. Ever since the Magic Lantern folks unlocked the ability to shoot RAW video on the 5D Mark III (and, subsequently, a few more cameras after that) the DSLR world has been buzzing with excitement.
The added dynamic range and detail seem make RAW video the easy choice over H.264 in any situation. But is that really the case? In the video above, Learning DSLR Video‘s Dave Dugdale explains the pros and cons of Magic Lantern RAW over H.264, and when it might be better to just stick with the standard format. Dugdale’s point is that, while RAW does in many situations offer benefits that far outweigh any pitfalls, there are indeed pitfalls to shooting RAW. Even just in terms of storage, you’ve got to be ready to put away a lot more data. The general question that Dugdale tries to answer in the end is just “when do I shoot RAW as opposed to H.264.”
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