Our fourth audio mini-lesson for the month of April tackles the difficult question of whether to shoot pictures or gather sound first for multimedia productions with MediaStorm’s executive producer Brian Storm and producer Tim McLaughlin. Access our full training video catalogue with an all access subscription.
What happens when your dad is a special effects artist. - Eric Maierson Action Movie Kid - Volume 01 from Action Movie Kid on YouTube. See what else we think is Worth Watching.
In our first audio mini-lesson for the month of April, learn audio and interview techniques from MediaStorm's executive producer Brian Storm and producer Tim McLaughlin's 101: Reporting Track. A new lesson will be posted next Monday, April 14th. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to be first in line to see it.
Multimedia students and professionals have used our Online Training to take their storytelling skills to the next level for three years now, letting MediaStorm's production team walk them through essential tools and techniques for improving production quality. Now we're excited to bring a few key lessons from behind the paywall exclusively on the MediaStorm YouTube Channel. Audio is our theme for April. Every Monday this month we'll release a new lesson on gathering and producing great audio from our executive producer Brian Storm and producer Tim McLaughlin's 101: Reporting Track. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to be first in line for our mini-lessons.
I received some important feedback regarding my post from several weeks ago, MediaStorm Guide to Downloading from YouTube and Vimeo. “JY” writes, “KeepVid actually doesn’t work great on Mavericks because it has Java disabled/uninstalled.” This is true. Because Java has been used to launch attacks on Macs in the past, Apple decide to not pre-install it on OS X 10.9 (Mavericks). You can still download the software but for security reasons you may choose not to. Fortunately, when it comes to downloading videos, there are a plethora of alternatives to keepvid.com. We received recommendations for the free ClipConverter as well as MacX YouTube Downloader. A tutorial for the latter can be found here. My good pal Leandro Badalotti suggests the Torch Browser, which allows for downloads from more sites than just YouTube. Let us know what alternatives you’ve found in the comments below and thanks, as always, for the feedback.