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  1. In this tutorial I would like to share with you 5 of my favorite tips on video editing for underwater videographers. I'll be using Adobe Premiere Pro but these are tips that you can replicate on near any editing software. Hope you enjoy the video, please let me know in the comments below if you have any other questions about editing or the premiere pro software!
  2. About 18 months ago I wrote a short review for WP on the editing keyboard, the Loupedeck+. I rated it highly in the way that it could make a significant difference to both speeding up workflow and making editing easier and more fun. An all-round winner. When Loupedeck launched their new model, the Loupedeck CT, some months back I admired their new (more expensive) iteration and thought, naah, I'm happy with the Loupedeck+. But, hey we all know how it goes.... images start to flash in your mind... possibilities..... shiny new toys..... just been paid.... sitting around social distancing... working from home.... editing loads of pictures. And, yes, you got it: I weakened and "invested" in the Loupedeck CT. Honestly, it is a thing of beauty. Extremely well-made, totally programmable from beginning to end: it'll handle your workflow any way you like, labelling, selecting, editing, toning, output. Set it up for editing for umpteen video software applications; photo editing the same. I've got mine set for Lightroom although changing it to something else is just a dropdown box selection. And I've also customised the myriad controls for the way I operate. This is one delightful shiny toy with a very real sense of purpose. I've found Loupedeck an excellent company to shop with. From the website to ordering, to shipping to packaging to product - it's all very high quality and quite similar to the Apple style - although Loupedeck use basic black rather than white. I was struggling to work out how to do one bit of customisation and emailed the Customer Help address. I had a full response within 48 hours which provided very clear instructions and a GIF. In a follow-up, Loupedeck acknowledged that there could be a steep learning curve with customisation and they planned a series of How To videos to help. The online manuals are not that clear. The CT - see photo - is neat and compact and much smaller than the Loupedeck+. At the moment it plugs into my iMac with a supplied right-angle (neat touch) USB cable. However Bluetooth is built into the CT and a software update is to follow which should remove the need for the cable. About 3-4 weeks into living with the CT I am delighted with it. I keep tweaking how I use it and just find it gets better and better. It's not cheap but, hey, what is in photography; and compared to some of the prices charged for u/w gear, the CT is "a bargain". More details are here: https://loupedeck.com/en (PS: I was able to sell my Loupedeck+ through WP to a fellow member who I am sure will be delighted with it. It's still a tremendous addition to an editing system and one I would not hesitate to recommend.)
  3. as can be clearly seen in this video by or co-member Davide DB. Color is not there but the cinematography, editing and music score are conveying the message so well that a color version might not have worked so well. Davide this one should be shown in courses. Respect my friend.
  4. Hello people, as I will be leaving the european continent in the not too distant future to go traveling for a bit I would like to sell my current video editing rig. These are the specs: Intel i7 5820K (6 cores) G.Skill 32GB DDR4-2800 RAM (4x 8GB Quad Channel) MSI GeForce GTX 970 4GB MSI Intel Lga2011-3 X99S Mpower Mainboard Storage: 2 x Samsung 850 Pro SSD 128GB 1 x Samsung 470 SSD 128GB 1x Samsung SM951 256GB M.2 PCI-e Gen3 (incredibly fast - perfect for Cache files etc) 2 x Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 2TB 64MB Cache HDD All of this comes in a Fractal Design Define R5 Pearl Case. The CPU is liquid cooled by an NZXT X61 Kraken system. Therefore, the entire system is extremely quiet even under heavy load. There's also a DVD Burner if anyone still fancies those Please note this DOES NOT come with any Operating System installed. It really is an amazing setup and I hate to sell it actually. My asking price is £1300. It can be picked up from Preston, UK. Shipping would be very expensive I would imagine.. See attached of a picture of the interior. I've ripped the exterior picture off the Fractal website as the case looks brand new anyway. I'd be happy to take a few pictures for anyone that's interested though!
  5. The other day I was going through some longer GoPro videos using GoPro Studio software in order to pull out some screenshots. Since GoPro Studio makes it easy, I put a little tutorial together on my blog. How to Take Screengrabs from your GoPro Video (using GoPro Studio) Hope this is helpful!
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