So the key finding of the video was summed up in one sentence: “It’s not so much about the quality of the microphone, as it is the quality of the receiving preamps, that affect the end result the most.” and also, the obvious: “If you really want good audio, you have to have good/expensive microphone, good/expensive separate audio recorder and of course, the skill and knowledge to use them both.” and of course, what comes to good audio, it truly is the post production, where it is being made. But still, if the material coming from shooting is sub par, the end result is not going to be “full of aural wonders.”
The flashing button indicating the playback frame rate in Davinci Resolve is showing the performance of the GPU, which is kind of misleading, as it is in fact the CPU that affects the playback the most. Of course the GPU has a key role, as well as the capacity and speed of the RAM and other components.
The way the Resolve utilizes the GPU’s, might be the best in the market, but I had, as a home desktop user, a dream of combining the power of two display cards… Can you use two graphics cards? Yes. Can you make the card work on the same task, i.e. combine the power of two cards? No. I guess the dream would be a videoeditor with an SLI support. I would switch camps in a heartbeat. But the SLI support is weak even on big budget games so, I won’t hold my breath to get it on any videoeditor anytime soon… Continue reading “Get Davinci Resolve 14 and double the performance with two graphics cards!? Well, no. Sorry!”
Facebook in the beginning: your post reached your friends. That was simply a cool thing to have.
After a while: it was official that your post reached only some of your friends.
Then Facebook announced that as time goes by, it will restrict the reach of your posts with an ever growing force. You don’t have to guess why this is so: to get more space to the paid posts i.e. advertising. Continue reading “Soap opera starring: Platform – Viewer – Creator – Advertiser”
“When the times and the platforms are uncertain, you diversify.”
Diversifying used to mean that the content creator took a new genre to his repetoir. What a hassle, a lot to learn and all… but it could be that the diversifying of the future will mean something much larger: content creator has to learn to helm completely new fields, he previously would have never even considered as an option. Here in Finland one of the first suggestions of this kind in the media was that postmen could drive the taxi or mow the lawns, to make ends meet. Once again the Kübler-Ross model came to mind: Continue reading “From hassle to hustle”
You have to have your own (WordPress) website because of searchability. To secure your own (digital) existence.
“Making good content is not enough, target audience has to find it too.”
The answer in one word: SEO (search engine optimization.)
“It has to live somewhere.” Continue reading “Why do you have to have a website? Isn’t social media presence enough?”