Tag Archives: video editing

Can Video Production Quality Matter a Little? (Please?)

Posted on 24. Mar, 2009 by Dan Dashnaw.

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There’s been a fair amount of discussion about the declining importance of video production quality in recent months. As you know, technology has induced a tsunami of ‘user generated’ video content by virtually eliminating the traditional barriers of entry, making it much easier for people to shoot and post videos to the web. All of [...]

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Calling All Video Creators: Please Stabilize Your Audio Volume Levels.

Posted on 25. Feb, 2009 by Dan Dashnaw.

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There’s a really good chance that the audio in your video deserves more attention then it’s currently getting. I’m pretty darn sure about this. Why? Because I’m running into serious cases of audio neglect everywhere I look these days. As a result, I’m going to make a quick suggestion which, if listened to, may vastly [...]

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Awaken The Video Production Ninja Within: Video Editing 101

Posted on 12. Feb, 2009 by Dan Dashnaw.

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This is the second post in a series I’m writing with the intention of helping you produce better video. In this installment, I’m going to dive into some basic video editing and production tips to help you earn the respect and attention of your viewers. Video editing can be a tedious and time-consuming skill to [...]

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Awaken The Video Production Ninja Within, Part 1: Ready, Set, Film.

Posted on 30. Jan, 2009 by Dan Dashnaw.

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This is the first in a series of posts that I’m putting together to help aspiring DIY video-makers film and produce better video for the web. Although the tips below may seem a bit obvious to a number of you, I run into questions about this stuff almost daily when talking to clients.  As such, [...]

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