Crazy – iPad-compliant USB mics. Read about them at ProVideo Coalition. Or just buy one at Amazon. They’re $78.
I have decided that I’d like to share my views on video production, gaming, technology, and general miscellany with the masses. Thus, I give you Video Grandpa: a website dedicated to the above. That’s pretty much it. Follow me on Twitter or whatever.
There’s one thing a production engineer should never be without: a good flashlight. This is especially true when you work live music shows – it’s dark, it’s loud, and most everything is painted black. I recently went looking for a flashlight I could rely on, and as it turns out, a familiar name makes a
This is where your television comes from: high-voltage equipment connected to metal towers. There’s also lots of scorpions, but they generally don’t get involved in the broadcasting.
For some reason, this is in the IGN server room.
There’s a saying we have in production: “we’ll fix it in Post.” These are some of the worst words to hear on set . They mean that something has gone wrong and will not be fixed. They mean that a mistake, or omission, or problem will be purposely transferred from Production (shooting) to Post-Production (editing).