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Rich Reilly

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  1. Unsafe at any (sound) speed!
  2. After I pulled the lav out of my ass (Thanks Mirror), I found some inspiration:
  3. Or re-framing from 4k! re Patrick, That patent # must be..err..patented.
  4. In many instances, a broader than 24 bit dynamic range..accessed by lower average levels..might not be welcomed by editors less accustomed to audio massaging. Many have had feedback about needing more robust waveforms out of the gate. I wonder if a multiband limiter front end preamp and/or selectable/assignable backup track wouldn't be better advances. I know I would love the latter for a backup boom track (even if just internally mirroring to a normal track) on 633 when OMB and wireless tracks are going to be self limiting. Is that not possible? $.02
  5. http://www.shure.com/americas/products/microphones/twinplex/twinplex-tl46-subminiature-lavalier-microphone "Natural audio at high or low frequency, the innovative dual-diaphragm captures the complete weight of your voice. And the capsule design maximizes effective surface area in an easy-to-conceal package. So sound suits performer, not the other way around. No more “sweat-outs.” The superhydrophobic coating keeps perspiration from upstaging the sound. And the medical-grade cable technology flexes to fit the costume design and the demanding schedule. So your lavalier rises to the cha
  6. It all sucks, honestly. Pardon me but..how much is involved in re-blocking? Maybe a supply/demand/group buy is somehow workable in this context..
  7. This is all getting a bit ridiculous. Sorry...carry on.
  8. Need to specify shoot style. In many low budget, low profile docs, a clear reference track on cam (wired or wireless) would probably be more post friendly
  9. Needs depend on the situation, budget./staffing etc. Sometimes getting raw isos alone is hard enough. In that case, allow removal of extraneous metering...an easy update to an already switchable readout. And yes..selectively muting outs between rolls seems nice as well...though not necessarily an easier task depending on the hardware.
  10. Update to gh5 that incorporates TC I/O: Another feature that will entice serious videographers is the GH5S’s Timecode In/Out compatibility, which is easy to set using the flash sync terminal and bundled coaxial cable for a BNC terminal. The camera can be used as a Timecode generator for other GH5S models and professional camcorders, and the functionality makes multi-camera productions pain-free by instantly synchronising recordings to other cameras or audio devices. Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/panasonic-gh5s#kwMYVDH32GOMFW4q.99 :
  11. " SPFX supervisor departed to a new career in Hongkong! " Managing a Mahjong parlor, I hope..
  12. It's a frame grab from a presser on ewetube. Facial expression of grab was random..but apt. I'm not sure if the duck in his pocket means he's a quack...
  13. ..will be 9 folks picked up sequentially in a Suburban...most lines during entry.
  14. Any further info available on placement etc? Plant(s) and lavs? IEM for playback? I'll be wrangling a green screen version of this scenario but with rear (secondary) passengers as well.
  15. http://www.autonews.com/article/20161213/OEM11/161219975/u-s-proposes-v2v-mandate-to-avert-crashes?cciid=email-autonews-blast
  16. Dunno, Phillip..even at low end, there can be very broad brand awareness (via direct or extended contact)..which can be helpful. Sad in a way..
  17. I had to look..and I await: http://www.locopro.com/
  18. I didn't want to clutter the more technical areas..so..enjoy: Besides the repeated "how not to" in this "how to", at one point he moves his eyebrows independently..how many of you can do that on command?
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