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Mettle Skybox Studio, a complete 360 Package?

By |May 20th, 2017|Reviews, Tools and Gear|

I first of all want to apologize to the folks at Mettle and our readers as this breakdown is way overdue, so overdue in fact we are reviewing the previous version of the software. As of today the are on Skybox Studio V2 (Take a look here). Mettle did donate this software to us for [...]

360 Video What You Need To Know

By |August 12th, 2016|Tools and Gear|

360 Video 360 Video is taking the world by storm, and I've just completed my 1st project using this new technology. 360 video, although giving you never before seen latitude in capturing video, also has some quirks that make actually producing something in this matter quite difficult. We are going to kick off this [...]

Product Review – FiLMiC Pro App Review

By |July 21st, 2016|Mobile Film-Making, Reviews, Tools and Gear|

FiLMiC Pro is the standard for what every video app out there today is judged against. It's robust functionality and versatility along with it's partnerships with other major mobile filmmaking brands and manufacturers has rightfully put them in line to be that brand. I've been working with FiLMiC Pro for a couple of months now, [...]

Product Review – MAVIS IPhone App

By |April 5th, 2016|Mobile Film-Making, Reviews, Tools and Gear|

About six months ago I decided to make the move from android to IPhone. I had always been an anti-IPhone guy but the more I've worked in the film and video industry I've discovered that there are certain things that I'll just never be able to get on an Android device. There is some beauty [...]

Filmpower Roxor First Impressions

By |January 27th, 2016|Reviews|

Update 8-2-16 Time for an update. I will also be changing the rating of this also. So I've had the opportunity to use the Roxor for various projects maybe a dozen times. While it works it seems to do a good job, well about what I expected, I would never have used this for [...]

Mobile Film-making a New Generation of Film-making

By |January 10th, 2016|Mobile Film-Making, Uncategorized|

Mobile Film-making was recently brought to the limelight by the film "Tangerine" it was a film entirely shot on an iPhone 5s, and received major accolades based on its content and film direction. "Tangerine" was done on low budget, around $120,000, but due to a great story and being creative, creator Sean Baker, was able [...]