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6 Best Branded Vines of the Week: 23rd April 2014

The best Vines of the last 7 days include a trip around San Francisco in a teeny little Ford Mustang, a Peeps/Carb overload from Dunkin Donuts, a handy DIY tip from Lowes, delivery van adventures from eBay, and a lesson in recycling from Hewlett-Packard.
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5 Best Branded Vines of the Week: 2nd April 2014

The best Vines of the last 7 days include Dunkin Donuts teasing us with some April Foolery, Samsung Mobile helping a pudgy puppy on his way to fitness, Samsung Camera and its never-ending camera loop, and Coca-Cola with its solution to that old-age problem of too many napkins but not enough soda.
Creator's Tip 132 - 6 Basic Tips for Capturing Clear Audio

6 Basic Tips for Capturing Clear Audio on Your Video

Great audio quality will enhance your video, whilst bad audio quality can ruin any footage you've taken the time to film. Following our 6 easy tips for capturing the best sound quality will ensure that you get the audio right every time.
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7 Camera Settings to Double Check Before Shooting Video

As a filmmaker, attention to detail is critical so you can stay on top of everything in front of, and behind, the camera. Follow our 7 point checklist and get it right first time so you not only create great footage but you spend a whole lot less time in post-production.

Stabilize Shaky Footage with Adobe Premiere

So you have some footage that has just a little more shake than you'd like. Fortunately for you, you have some options in post-production through Adobe Premiere's Warp Stabilizer feature. Just remember, fix that before you get to this point next time.
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How to Back-Light the Subject of Your Video

Backlighting the subjects of your video can raise production value in many ways, and we're going to give you three of them. Backlighting can raise the production value of your videos and...well, just make your videos look cool.

Achieve Bokeh With Shallow Depth-of-Field

Creating that creamy, out-of-focus background with a sharp, in-focus subject in front of it is all a matter of shallow depth-of-field. And if you really want to impress your friends, call it "bokeh." It's achieving a film-like look and making you look more pro.
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Vimeo's 10 Tips on Your First DIY Video Interview

Vimeo's Video School once again has a wealth of information for those who would like to make their videos pop. This particular video goes over the DIY interview. And while you've probably heard of a few of these tips, it's always good to have reminders.
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MōVI Cam Stabilizer Is Pricey, But Video Showing It Off Is Awesome

The new MōVI cam stabilizer is still going to be well out of most people's price range, but the video showing it off is perfect for those who can afford it, because it not only informs, it entertains. So even those of us who can't spend $14,995 on an accessory like this can still enjoy it.

How to Use the Rule of Thirds for Awesome Shot Composition [Reel Rebel]

One of the most basic "rules" when it comes to shot composition is the "rule of thirds," in which you divide your shot into 9 equal parts with intersecting horizontal and vertical lines and then frame the subject at the intersection of those lines. Here's a video tutorial on it.

Vimeo's Nifty Tricks on Overcoming A Small Film Crew

Shooting on a tight budget, and limited crew, can be a pain if you want to give the illusion that your production is good. But the fine folks at Vimeo Video School have some cool tricks to share that can make your small film crew appear a lot larger.
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7 Tips for Looking Your Best for Webcam/Google Hangouts [Creator's Tip #83]

Webcams can be a little lacking in functionality, so it's important to be able to understand what you can do for a great presentation. Sound is important, too. These 7 simple tips are easy to implement, so there's no reason why your webcam session can't be a good one. So let's dive right in and see what we need to do to put our best foot forward.

Raspberry Pi Finally Gets a Camera, Looks For Video Testers

At just a year old, super mini computer the Raspberry Pi is about to get its first camera module and the brains behind the technology want you to test it before it goes on general sale. Entries are open now so get your thinking caps on!

Google Glass to Be Widely Available By the End of 2013?

Google is set to release Google Glass, their multi-tasking voice-controlled video headset, by the end of 2013. The price will run around $1,500. With all the features that you know from Google built in, and constantly analyzing, you too can be a Terminator. It only took 30 years.

Cool Camera Trick - Create 360º Rotation Shots Using Google Maps' Street View

Vimeo always has great tips and tricks for those who don't have a huge budget and recently, they showed how it's possible to create a 360º rotation shot using Google Maps and Street View, courtesy of Candy Glass Productions, who used the CN Tower in Toronto as their frame of reference. This is a really neat trick.