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Auralex Studiofoam Wedges Better than Cheap Acoustic Foam?

By James Cross Jr

Auralex is expensive when compared to cheaper alternatives for sale on amazon or eBay. This is why I think it is worth it. When trying to cut down some of the reflections in my YouTube studio, I looked into acoustic foam to supplement my home made acoustic panels and to add a little visual dimension […]

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How to Remix a Song’s Length in Adobe Audition

By James Cross Jr

You have found the right music track for your videos background music, but it is too short. You could make copies of the track and manually cut and splice them together to get a longer track. That’s what I used to do. Or you could let Adobe Audition help you remix the music track. It […]

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How to Make a Timelapse from Images in Premiere Pro

By James Cross Jr

Some cameras convert timelapse images into a timelapse clip, some don’t and others allow you to do both. If your camera does not have a feature, you may not have a choice. You might have to take photos using an intervalometer and then convert them into a timelapse video. Adding images one at a time […]

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Anamorphic Lens for Smartphone? Worth it?

By James Cross Jr

Not sure how practical and potentially distracting to coworkers it would be for me to break out my Sony A7iii on a business trip, I decided to buy a Moondog Labs anamorphic lens for my iPhone XS. It would be a good opportunity to find out what kind of cinematic footage my new phone was […]

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Custom PC Build or iMac for Video Editing

By James Cross Jr

Should you build a pc for video editing or buy an imac? When I bought my latest 13 inch Macbook Pro, I was not planning on using it for video editing. My main consideration at the time was generally light use with some front-end software development. The Macbook works well for its original intended usage. […]

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