audio for video

by Alexandra Ibarra ·Posted 11/14/2023
Although capturing the perfect photo is an art, many photographers these days are curious about the world of video. If you're thinking about exploring videography and adding motion to your storytelling tool kit, this guide is for you. We'll help you shift from snapping still shots to creating engaging videos, using the skills you already have. Moving from photography to videography introduces a few key changes. First, unlike photography, which captures a single moment, videography is about the passage of time, showing change and progression.
by Trevor Collins ·Posted 08/24/2023
It’s an undeniable fact that Zoom has established itself as one of the preeminent figures in modern content creation, with versatile and intuitive products designed to make the creation process easier. Riding this trend, Zoom is announcing the release of a new compact shotgun microphone that will capture high-quality audio in a variety of shooting scenarios with minimal effort. Enter the ZSG-1 On-Camera Shotgun Microphone.
by Eric Calvi ·Posted 04/19/2023
Attention sound mixers, indie filmmakers, and everyone in between! Deity has announced the arrival of the Theos dual-channel, digitally modulated UHF wireless microphone system. Part of Deity’s Sidus ecosystem, this cutting-edge system is packed with features not commonly available to the average user of wireless audio and is designed to make the audio recording process seamless and stress free. Theos Digital
0 Views ·Posted 04/14/2023
Sennheiser's G4 series has long set the bar for reliable wireless microphone systems with camera-mount receivers, so when the news broke at B&H that the brand was gearing up to release a new digital successor to that highly regarded lineup, we were very excited. The company's new EW-DP sets feature the compact, single-channel EW-DP EK receiver, a professional-quality digital UHF receiver compatible with the
0 Views ·Posted 02/06/2023
What are the pros and cons of shotgun microphones? How far should they be placed from your subject? What mistakes should you avoid when recording? Gabriel Richards shares the best practices of using shotgun mics for streamers, YouTubers, and filmmakers. 0:00 - Introduction 0:33 - When to Use a Shotgun Mic 1:14 - Why You Should Use One 2:32 - Setup and Mistakes 3:34 - Recording 4:14 - More Tips and Tricks Not sure if a lavalier or shotgun microphone is right for you? Check out
0 Views ·Posted 01/30/2023
Lavalier or shotgun microphone: which one should you use for your interview? There are pros and cons for each and in this B&H video, Gabriel Richards discusses the benefits and drawbacks so you can make an informed decision. 0:00 - Introduction 0:24 - Lav Microphones 1:51 - Shotgun Microphones 3:13 - Richards’
by Robert Rives ·Posted 01/09/2023
As a proven producer of drones and stabilized cameras, it was really no surprise when DJI’s first wireless microphone offering, the DJI Mic 2-Person system, turned out to be a big hit with mobile journalists, on-camera personalities, and content creators looking to raise their audio production values. But if you’re consistently only shooting a single on-camera talent, you may have been reluctant to invest in a two-transmitter system. Well, hesitate no more―DJI has just announced the
by Jordan Gallant ·Posted 10/27/2022
Whether it be TikToks, Instagram Reels, or YouTube Shorts, shortform on-the-go videos have experienced a rise in popularity. Social media personalities are hitting the street with just their phones in hand, ready to shoot their next viral video. But when it comes to making it big, you can’t forget about your audio quality, and Hollyland has got you covered with the Lark C1 Wireless Microphone Systems. Available in white
by Robert Rives ·Posted 11/03/2022
JOBY’s popular lineup of audio/video products just got even more expansive, with the announcement of several new additions: the Wavo PLUS on-camera microphone, the Wavo Boom Arm, the HandyPod 2 Tripod Stand, the
by Robert Rives ·Posted 10/01/2022
Saramonic has been bringing smart, cost-effective wireless microphone solutions to content creators of all stripes for a while, and the latest iteration of the company’s popular Blink 500 series, the Blink 500 ProX, serves up some notable improvements including better audio quality, less latency, longer battery life, and improved OLED screens on the components. Two configurations are available: the Blink 500 ProX B1 is a single-
by Robert Rives ·Posted 09/28/2022
Shooters looking to mount a favorite shotgun mic directly on the camera are going to be very pleased with Tascam’s CA-XLR2d series of camera-mount XLR microphone adapters. TASCAM offers three options: the CA-XLR2d-C is designed for use with select Canon cameras, the CA-XLR2d-F is for use with FUJIFILM cameras, and the
0 Views ·Posted 07/07/2022
Hands-free, lightweight, and ready to go right out of the box, the Hollyland Solidcom C1 is a wireless headset system perfect for your production. 0:00 - About 0:34 - Overall Specs 3:10 - 9-Person Version 5:27 - Final Thoughts To learn more, read the Hollyland Solidcom C1 announcement. Let us know
by Robert Rives ·Posted 06/14/2022
Sony photographers looking for a camera-mountable shotgun are going to be very excited about the new ECM-B10 Digital Shotgun Microphone, which takes full advantage of the digital interface in the company’s MI shoe and offers three switchable pick-up patterns, beamforming technology, and digital signal processing. ECM-B10
by Robert Rives ·Posted 04/06/2022
Once again, Sony has updated its popular 4th generation UWP-D wireless microphone series, this time with the announcement of its new URX-P41D dual-channel receiver. Not only is this new receiver substantially smaller, lighter, and more rugged than Sony's previous URX-P03D two-channel model, it also takes full advantage of Sony's SMAD-5 MI shoe adapter, which provides a digital-to-digital connection for select Sony cameras equipped with a digital Multi Interface Shoe (MI shoe) for superior, fully digital audio quality.
by Robert Rives ·Posted 01/10/2022
Well, content creators, it looks like our Australian friends at RØDE have leveraged their head start on the new year to ready an exciting new tool for run-and-gun productions in 2022: the VideoMic GO II, an updated version of the incredibly popular on-camera directional shotgun microphone. This new version expands the mic’s versatility by adding a USB port for digital compatibility with computers, as well as iOS and Android mobile