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The Best Free Mobile Video Editing Apps for Creators in 2021
There’s an interesting paradigm happening in the world of videography right now. Mobile video content and mobile video editing apps have taken off in the past year with TikTok, Instagram Reels, and YouTube Shorts each vying for dominance in the creator economy.
MASV Completes Trusted Partner Network (TPN) Assessment
MASV has successfully completed a thorough security assessment by the Trusted Partner Network (TPN).
The Best Social Media Video Specs for Filmmakers
Keeping up with the ideal video specifications for each platform can be daunting—especially because these social media video specs often change to keep pace with technology (8K, VR, mobile, etc.).
Digital Imaging Technician (DIT): The Unsung On-Set Heroes
Keith Putnam is a video production professional who has spent the past several years as a Digital Imaging Technician (DIT) and second unit Director of Photography and on the CBS series Bull and Madam Secretary. Read his interview.
TIFF 2021: An Interview with Adam Schoales, Video Producer at Toronto International Film Festival
An interview with Adam Schoales on working behind-the-scenes at TIFF, remote video production, and his most anticipated films of 2021.
360 Video: Understanding Immersive Videos in 2021
360 video is a recording that include views from every direction, all shot at the same time, using a rig of multiple cameras or an omnidirectional camera.
Understanding Audio File Formats
When we think of sending large files, we often think of video content or even large datasets weighing hundreds of GBs. But audio files—especially in the age of audiobooks and high-resolution audio—are steadily getting bigger. Much bigger.
How to Upload Files Faster From a Browser
Anyone well-versed in file sharing will tell you to avoid a browser and use a dedicated app, if possible. The transfer will be faster and more reliable. While this is true, browsers don’t have any barriers to entry. They are accessible and don’t require downloads or IT permissions. They can work on any device with little to no effort.
What to Consider When Managing Submissions for Your Film Festival
Film festivals provide a captive audience unlike anything most independent filmmakers have experienced, with the winners elevating their profile virtually overnight. Even if an entry doesn’t win, a good showing can drive increased interest in a feature film, short, or other project for months.