Heya All, I have a new video on my YouTube channel and this time its a music video I shot / edited for Cape Town based band, Cold Hand Chemistry.
My brother and cousin produced, shot, and edited this music video for the band Ten Man Push. I'm trying to get them to produce a short how to video on some of the techniques they used. Anyone interested?
Really cool music video with material of classic and current games adapted to the song. Rap was ok, but the whole production was very well done.
This is a music video for British artist Jesse Rose that I DP'd for Scion A/V and director Chris Cruse. Filmed over 2 nights on the Canon 5D, we mixed rear screen projection with live action shot on a street corner in downtown LA. Here are a few behind the scenes photos:
Animal Collective has a new music video for their single, "Guy Eyes", off their acclaimed release, Merryweather Post Pavilion. What do you think?
This odd music video seems to be based on a true story. The story of massive film festival disappointment was created into a song called Parry's Gripp's Gripe. You can read al the bloody details here. http://www.parrygripp.com/
Video games are the most prevalent type of interactive media, but certainly not the only one. The interactive music video for the song "3 Dreams of Black" by supergroup ROME and digital artist Chris Milk utilizes the latest web design technology, video game influenced art and interactivity, and large crowd-sourced elements to form a compelling work of art. ROME is composed of producer extraordinaire Danger Mouse, Italian film composer Daniele Luppi, Norah Jones, and Jack White. Their recent e...
With an impressive series of viral music videos to their name, it is no surprise that the latest video from indie rockers OK Go is another hit. The video is directed by James Frost, in collaboration with Syyn Labs, a collective of engineers that work on elaborate art projects. A huge Rube Goldberg machine was built in a warehouse, for a one-take video for the song This Too Shall Pass.
Here is a cool video for Trent Reznor's (NIN) side project How to Destroy Angels. It was directed by Rupert Sanders. It looks like it may have been filmed with a Canon DSLR, but it could be a Red camera, as well. If someone knows for sure, send a link with the info.
Thanks to TV.com for pointing out how cool a video from an incredibily uncool band can be!
The Sony Dash is a hot tablet, and like most tablets it can be used for all sorts of awesome purposes that full-sized computers are not suited for. Alarm clocks, for instance. This video will teach you how to set music and video to your alarm clock on the Sony Dash.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to add background music to videos in iMovie '09.
When doing your own filming at home, just getting shot and put into an editing software isn't enough to make a great video. You're going to need some extra polish on your video, and that includes adding titles, transitions and audio including music. In this video you will learn how to do just that in Adobe Premier.
When editing digital footage within Windows Live Movie Maker, it's important that you not forget that you're not working in a strictly visual medium—that is, you should also give some consideration to your movie's soundtrack. This clip from Vimeo's excellent Video 101 covers how to do basic sound editing within Movie Maker.
Brad Garland guides us through the process of sharing our media files so that they can be stored on a single computer in our home, and played on any computer that is connected to this computer with iTunes 9. Using this technique, he and his wife can not only play the music that's stored on the central computer via their laptops, but also copy the desired music and videos over to their laptops much like they would for an iPod. Brad explains that he does not include Podcasts in this process, be...
If you've been looking for ways to add interest to your videos, this tutorial will teach you a very important lesson. Adding music will instantly make any video more interesting. The process is simpler than you would think. You will learn that you can add music from a CD or add SmartSound music. This tutorial specifically deals with adding SmartSound music. Learn how to choose sound clips from different genres and simply add the clips, either to play through the whole video or during a specif...
Microsoft PowerPoint can be used to create power presentations. These presentation can contain images, animations, audio and video. Open your PowerPoint presentation. Go to the insert and select the audio and video option. Now browse to the file on your hard disk and select it. You can even select a video file to make your presentation better. Now this video will be added to your slide in the presentation. You can also choose different settings to the video and customize it. You can also sele...
In this tutorial, learn how to play the theme song from the classic video game, Pac-Man. Whether you are learning this song to celebrate Pac-Man's 30th anniversary or are just a big fan of the little yellow guy, it is not difficult.
How to remove DRM protection from Napster and iTunes music/videos that you have bought. The secret is to use megaupload.com to remove the lock and make your files free of DRM.
With the help of the free program MusicZilla, you can download pretty much any streaming music and videos that you come across on the internet.
Apple prides itself on simplicity, but the company makes downloading video and music files onto your iPad or iPhone an overly complicated process, requiring iTunes and/or iCloud.
Smartphones generally have limited storage, but counter this issue with an always-on internet connection. This led to the proliferation of cloud storage services, which allow us to store and access our large media libraries remotely.
AllCast, from renowned developer Koushik Dutta (better known as Koush), allows users to stream personal media, such as movies, photos, and music from mobile devices to Chromecast and other streaming devices.
How To: Running Out of Disk Space? Stream Music & Video Files from Your PC to Your Nexus 7 Tablet Anywhere, Anytime
A single movie download can consume a good ten percent of the storage on your Nexus 7 tablet, unless you went all crazy and opted for the 32GB model. Even then you're bound to run out of space fast, especially if you're like me and have tons of media files you want readily accessible on your tablet.
If you're the type of person who constantly uses multiple tabs in your browser, you know how annoying it is when one of them starts playing unwanted music or video.
Whether I'm in my car or making dinner, I always have music playing. And since I don't like to keep my headphones on me at all times, I end up using my Android's built-in speakers a good portion of the time.
Looking back at my childhood in the '90s, I can't help but feel like I was deceived. Movies that took place in the "future," like in the year 2015, would showcase awesome technology. You know, self-driving or flying cars, hoverboards, and virtual displays controlled with hand gestures—so where are they?!
The biggest complaint I have with my Nexus 7 is the lack of support for different types of media files. I have a lot of movies and music that I've downloaded off the web, in many different formats, and I want them on my tablet.
Using a combination of my phone, laptop, and an arsenal of apps and plugins, I can send pretty much anything to my Chromecast. However, nothing is ever perfect, and the file type that was still giving me headaches were torrent and magnet files.
Looking for a guide on how to move your favorite MP3s, photos and video files to your Motorola Droid smartphone? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that a complete, step-by-step overview of the process can be presented in just over two and a half minutes' time. To start moving your media to your own Motorola Android mobile phone, watch this video guide.
Intro Everyone who has, or at one point in time owned an iPod or iPhone has used iTunes. And we all know the problems with iTunes. For example, sometimes it doesn't detect the device or thinks your iPod's just a camera, or there are bugs in the software.
This tutorial will make you think step by step how to add a plug-in (Firefox Add-on) to your Mozilla Firefox browser that will allow you to download videos and music from YouTube and similar sites. The add-on that is used is called Video Downloadhelper. This is a trusted author and a trusted download. To begin this tutorial you will first need Mozilla Firefox and flash. This will enable you to go through the video and help ensure that YouTube will play the video you are trying to download.
Systm is the Do It Yourself show designed for the common geek who wants to quickly and easily learn how to dive into the latest and hottest tech projects. We will help you avoid pitfalls and get your project up and running fast.
The Media Center in Windows Vista is a great place to manage all of your media, which includes everything… digital pictures, videos, movies, TV shows and music files. This video covers the basics of navigating the Media Center, and shows you everything possible.
This video shows you how to take off the DRM (which is kind of like copy protection) from music and videos that you bought from a Windows Media Player online store like Urge or Napster.
If you've ever tried to record a Snapchat video of a song playing in your car, you know that it's impossible to do if the song is playing on the same device that you're Snapchatting with.
Seriously?! That's what a lot of people are saying when they found out that their Xbox One doesn't have a native streaming media player. When a new system is introduced and lacks features that the previous system had, it really pisses people off. The Xbox 360 allowed people to stream music and video files from a flash drive, as long as it was formatted with the Windows FAT32 file system.
News: Magic Leap & Sigur Rós Video Reveals Behind the Scenes Development of Tónandi Augmented Reality Music App
Now that the augmented reality cat is out of the bag, Magic Leap is beginning to open up a bit more about how of some of its work came together in the years and months leading up to the Magic Leap One's release earlier this month. On Wednesday, the company unveiled a behind the scenes video of how the ethereal music-meets-AR app Tónandi was produced in collaboration with Icelandic music group Sigur Rós.
The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear, right? Wrong.