NEX-FS700, the pro-grade 4k-capable E-mount camcorder from Sony, is sporting a new 4K Exmor Super 35 CMOS sensor of total 11.6 million pixels, able to crank at up to 960 fps. This high-speed readout chip is optimized for shooting 1080p HD video onto a 4K native sensor which means better control over depth of field,
Today, many newly designed cameras, such as GoPro HD Hero, can capture videos in MP4, H.264 format in different resolutions: 1920 x 1080p, 1280 x 960p, 1280 x 720p in 30 and 60 fps (720p). Besides, GoPro can also shoot movies in standard definition 848 x 480 (60 fps) WVGA format.
Sony Vegas Pro is a popular used video editing tool that offers an efficient and intuitive environment for creating professional and quality videos. Sony Software announced on Sept 7, 2012 at IBC that Sony Vegas Pro 12 will be available in fall 2012, and offer many exciting new features that make the application even more
XDCAM is a series of products for digital recording using random access solid-state memory media, introduced by Sony in 2003. It has four different product lines: XDCAM SD, XDCAM HD, XDCAM EX and XDCAM HD422 differ in kinds of encoder, contain type and in recording media. Most of Sony XDCAM camcorder capture video in MXF
How do you import clips on Final Cut Express from Sony Handycam HDR-CX130?“I’m trying to import clips from my Sony Handycam HDR-CX130 on to FCE. I know you have to log and transfer. But when I add a clip to the queue, it works for like, 10 seconds then the status changes to an exclamation
“Hi, I’m new to the board, as I’m trying to figure out how to transfer movies I have recorded (on DV Cassettes with my Sony Handycam DCR-HC40) to my PC or directly burning the movies to a DVD (via the PC). The only way I can transfer the movies to the PC is with special
Key Features of Olympus E-P3:12.3-megapixels, TruPic VI image processor, Fast 35-point AF systemArt Filters, Full HD movie recording
“I recently purchased a Sony sr-47 handycam (camcorder) and when i take video clips and upload them to my MacBook, and import them to Final Cut Pro X, they do not have audio. when i import them into imovie 08′ they do have audio. Im not sure if its just the old program of Final
“Hi,I have a dilemma with my camcorder which is driving me crazy.The camcorder model is the Sony DCR-SR50 which I bought before my Mac so compatibility wasn’t an issue at the time.I am trying to connect my Sony Camcorder to my MacBook but without any luck. The Macbook does not detect the camera either using
Support of Sony HDR-CX130 in iMovie 11 “Does iMovie 11 support the camcorder Sony HDR-CX130 ? I’m unable to get Sony HDR-CX130 to iMovie 11 to the iMac via a USB cable and turning the camera on. On the box it says it does, but does this include all recording resolutions/formats? Thanks!” from apple discussion.