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Do you know about tripods, steadycams, XLR audio, light diffusion, Avid, or Adobe Premiere?

April 14th, 2007 by Nicholas Reville

We are close to launch of an awesome new set of guides for making internet TV (shhh, official release isn’t until monday). One component of this guide is a wiki which will help fill in extra details about specific issues that folks might encounter. We have been working to get the wiki off to a running start, but we need still some help on these topics:

-tripods, steadycams, lighting

-editing with Adobe, Avid, Final Cut

-importing from DVD, VHS, and other sources

If you know about these topics, it would be a huge help to us if you could take a couple minutes to write up a quick starter paragraph in the wiki (even just links to good online resources would be great). Here’s our full list of missing sections: Suggested Wiki Topics.

If you haven’t edited a wiki before, check out this page: Join the MITV wiki.

5 Responses to “Do you know about tripods, steadycams, XLR audio, light diffusion, Avid, or Adobe Premiere?”

  1. Stuart says:

    How about some Cinelerra love, just in keeping with the love for FOSS?

  2. Nicholas Reville says:

    Absolutely– just make a new page for it and add a link in the right spots.

  3. Cristiano says:

    To those who read portuguese, there is a great site with tutorials and guides about videomaking and audio working with FOSS: Estúdio Livre (“free studio”).


  4. Dean says:

    Stuart, there is actually already a slug in place for Cinelerra! We just need someone to bring it to life.


  5. Dean Jansen says:

    Cristiano, I made a section for non-english language links: Non-English Resources

    Feel free to add any more resources you have.

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