Video editing can be awfully hard on most consumer computers, which is why any experienced editor or motionographer will tell you that having the right machine to do the job is crucial.
Hello, Boils and Ghouls! We’ve reached mid-October and that means there are only a few weeks left until you take your kids to the dentist to discover all the new cavities that Halloween candy inflicted. More importantly, and perhaps sadly, it means Wichita Big Screen’s HorrorFest is half-way over
10 SHOW DAYS! 8 HORROR CLASSICS! 2 DOUBLE-FEATURES! 1 MONTH OF TERROR! HorrorFest was created by Leif Jonker and is presented nationwide by Regal Cinemas and this year also by World Studios. We love classic horror movies here at World Studios and this festival as one fan put it "makes our black hearts happy." ALL … Continue reading Horrorfest 2018
In a recent blog, we told you about Adobe After Effects and its various uses—mainly with regards to motion graphics. Today we will be exploring the more straightforward editing software known as Premiere. While it can also do motion graphics, it really excels in editing. Premiere is a monster editing workhorse disguised in a fairly user friendly interface. Users familiar with other programs such as iMovie or Final Cut Pro will discover a similar “timeline” feature for editing, and many of the same intuitive controls.
Hi everyone! This week at World Studios we are in full editing mode. Last week, we shot a huge amount of content for Erica Peitler, who is a New Jersey-based leadership coach, and her book “Leadership Rigor”, is now being turned into a training course. Everyone on the crew worked super hard getting it all … Continue reading Weekly Happenings – Aug 16, 2018
In the world of DSLR photography, it’s quite easy to achieve stunning image quality on almost any budget. Since the introduction of the first DSLR in 1981, the marketplace has grown substantially and now includes different models for any user’s needs.
In video production, one of the most crucial, yet overlooked, aspects of the entire process is lighting. When you consider that a video camera is merely a camera that takes anywhere from 24, 30, or 60 pictures per second, it makes sense that video shoots need a substantial amount of continuous (non-flash) lighting to help … Continue reading The Three-Point Lighting System
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The studio has been insanely busy these past few weeks, but in the best way possible. Between filming for the Black Swan Group, Rigor Leadership, and a short commercial spot featuring "the X-MAN" Xavier McDaniel, we’ve kept moving and shaking with a variety of different projects.
It's June in Wichita, which means heat, Riverfest, and more heat. While we didn't get a chance to walk over to the festival and grab a funnel cake, we had an equally good time filming with some stellar clients.