The bicycle test

Today I decided to attach the action camera’s bicycle mount and see what the footage could look like “out in the wild.” At first, I was disappointed with the mount. As hard as I tried, I couldn’t tighten the screw enough to make the camera stable. This turned out to be user error 1. The…

That’s a wrap

This has been a busy day, but I wanted share a short video I made about our Chili Cook Off last night. Attendance was down a bit, but we ended up raising nearly the same amount of money, $1808! This will contribute to an on-going endowment campaign for [Baptist Camp Lebanon](http://www.camplebanon.com), allowing the ministry to…

Final Cut Pro X – Getting Unpacked

Last week I wrote a short post about my first experience with Final Cut Pro X. Over the few days I’ve gotten to play with the interface some more so I thought I’d share some expanded thoughts. My biggest issue with the design of Final Cut Pro X was the implementation of an iMovie-like shared…

Final Cut X – powerfully confusing simplicity

This week I finally pulled the trigger and purchased Final Cut X and Motion. I’ve been using Final Cut Express 4 since 2008, it was WAY past time to upgrade. To be honest, while I knew it was a needed move 1, I was a little leery. Final Cut X got trashed when it first…

Back to the Video!

I’ve been fascinated with digital video ever since I first played with pulling on to a Blueberry iMac from a Mini-DV Tape. It didn’t matter to me that iMove took forever to render transitions, or that the audio stunk, or that the Blueberry iMac had a laughable amount of storage to work with digital video….