So here it is…finally the music video is online. Enjoy!
Just a quick video I put together of a photo shoot my colleague Chris and i were on last weekend.
Sorry i can’t post any of the photos from that shoot yet, they are still being sorted through and will be used by the record label (www.telamo.de) for promotion purposes.
You can see some stills from the day if you follow us on Facebook.
Informative Video by Greg Cazillo on Focussing with DLSR cameras.
One of the programs I really loved on Windows was Magix Video Deluxe video editing software. I found it very powerful and intuitive. So looking for video editing software that I could use on Linux Mint 12, I came across Kdenlive. It was getting some good reviews, so I decided to give it a try, before booting back to Windows just to do video editing.
I found Kdenlive to be just as intuitive as Magix, some of the key features are very similar. Even some of the tricks for editing in the timeline which aren’t the same can still be found without reading pages of manuals. For instance, editing MP3 files as soundtracks (cutting, fade in / out – all on the timeline).
Here’s my first effort with Kdenlive. It’s not that long, but it has shown me that there is no need to boot back to Windows just yet… ;0)
And here a few stills from the trip. Just to make things complete.
Click that shutter!
I found a neat little program for Linux called Photofilmstrip.
PhotoFilmStrip erstellt Videoclips aus Bildern in nur 3 Schritten. Bilder auswählen, Bewegungspfad bestimmen und Video erzeugen. Es stehen Ausgabeformate für VCD, SVCD, DVD und FULL-HD zur Verfügung.
Der Slideshow-Effekt ist auch als “Ken Burns”-Effekt bekannt. Bildkommentare werden in eine Untertiteldatei generiert. Weiterhin kann in der Slideshow eine Hintergrundmusik verwendet werden.
Im Gegensatz zu anderen Programmen, bietet PhotoFilmStrip die Möglichkeit, die Slideshow in Full-HD (1920×1080) Auflösung zu erzeugen.
It’s a really quick and easy to use program which allows you to make really effective slideshows in just a few clicks. Here’s a quick slideshow I made using the program for the first time:
Click that shutter! :0)