The DV Show podcast started in March of 2005 and has since become the trusted source for answers to listener questions related to digital video.
The shows are described by listeners as informative, edgy, offbeat, irreverent, and engaging — online radio programs like you’ve never heard before.
Hosted by Brian Alves, a 28-year veteran of video production, a crack team of 12 seasoned media professionals and one Entertainment Attorney, the shows are aimed at helping you improve your video productions by offering answers to your questions, equipment reviews, tips, tutorials, contests and high-profile interviews with industry professionals — all in a quick and engaging format for thousands of listeners to enjoy worldwide. Learn more about us
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14 tools to help manage your video clips. Where to find cheapo LED lights to use in your productions. External vs internal hard drive for video editing. How frame rates create better video. Free software in the download vault and why video professionals should never sign a work for hire contract.
Why you would suffer with cheap editing software. Computer specs for webcasting. iMac or Mac Pro for editing HD? Ways to easily import Avid footage into Final Cut Pro and what live webcasting service do we recommend?
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With that said, we’re returning to the microphone starting Monday February 7, 2011 with all new podcasts answering your questions related to digital video. Yeah! (this is when you applaud).
Streaming live video to an iPhone. Computer specs for webcasting. Remotely hosting a webcast. Getting perfect audio level in Final Cut Pro and video business cold calling techniques.
Starting a video production business with no money. Recovering video you recorded over. How to make your own basement studio. Advantages of using Premiere Pro over Final Cut Pro. The best quality setting to use when burning a DVD and camera angles they use in movies demonstrated live.