|NAB News Minute: Focus Enhancements, Art Beats & Systems Wireless
May 02, 2005
Sarasota, FL - This year’s NAB floor coverage for WEVA International members by Wedding & Event Videography columnist Bruce Himmelblau, a longtime WEVA International member, and owner of Blue Sky Video Productions, continues with on-site video coverage of key products and services displayed on the 2005 show floor by Focus Enhancements, Art Beats, and Wireless Systems.
WEVA NAB News Minute with Focus Enhancements: See how new DTE (Direct-to-Edit recording) systems like the Fire Store FS-4 from Focus Enhancements can save videographers countless hours in editing by performing the capture and rendering process while you’re shooting. Designed to slash editing time, the FS-4 is also great for instant, same-day wedding edits, says Focus Enhancement’s Brett Moyer. Click Here. (Allow for QuickTime download.)
WEVA NAB News Minute with Art Beats: Bob Hayes explains the benefits of using stock footage from Art Beats, which provides complete buy-out licensing for videographers. Click Here.
WEVA NAB News Minute with Systems Wireless: Jim Heath explains, and allows you to hear, the differences between good and poor wireless mike placement on the groom, and outlines the benefits (and future) of UHF vs.VHF wireless microphone systems. Click Here.
WEVA’s “NAB News Minute,” produced by Blue Sky Video Productions, is a service of the Wedding & Event Videographers Association International (WEVA). The largest trade association for professional wedding and event videographers, WEVA International is dedicated to advancing the professional interests of videographers worldwide through continuing education, technical support, group benefits, advocacy committees and professional development training. For more information regarding professional videography and WEVA International activities and membership, including the WEVA Institute, the 7th Annual WEVA Town Meeting Tour (March/April), and the 15th Annual WEVA EXPO (August 8-11, 2005), visit www.weva.com, or contact the association office at 941-923-5334 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org