In this video Mike St. Clair from Viper Paranormal shares a free software that will allow you to record internet video and audio and save them to your comput…

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  1. question I’m using the NTG-2 with the Tascam Dr-40 and it does not sound
    good but I think I have the settings wrong on the Dr-40 can you help me out
    with this? I don’t know if Im selecting the XLR input or have the settings
    right internal on the Dr 40

  2. Steve's POV スティーブ的視点

    great series of videos! well done and well explained. I have found them
    very useful thank you!

  3. Pow Pow Pictures

    Very interesting. I prefer the faster workflow so I use the internal dslr
    audio with a Rode mix attached. 

  4. So I guess for feature films, we’d be better of with a shotgun microphone
    combined with a stereo microphone for the ambiance and setting of the film.

  5. TM Film Productions HD

    Question; I’m trying to figure out whether I should use an external mic
    with input to my D5200 or an external recorder and put it on the shoe
    mount. But the problem with both, is that I’m wondering whether either one
    of the two will pick up speaking sounds from more than a meter distance.
    What I’m talking about is whether I can get the great audio of a voice at
    the same time when filming the speaking subject with good bokeh (blurred
    background) for which you should take distance and zoom in to get. This is
    mainly for short (action) films. So which one should I get? I don’t think I
    can afford more than 1 mic.

  6. Fench & Janosch Hey do you have any knowledge of the canon 70d if so which
    dslr camera you recommend for filming D52 or the 70d? Thank you.

  7. Alright there! Have you tried – Pycane DSLR Camera Tricks (do a search on
    google)? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my friend shot some
    mind-blowing images with it. 

  8. Bravo..another excellent tutorial! You are so precise and understandable
    in your dialogue! Thanks for providing the guidance to an aspiring
    photographer like me and countless others. Your efforts are much
    appreciated!

  9. what! I was shocked when I saw this video, I pictured you being an asain on
    Japanese guy. how do you have an accent like that!

  10. Whether a tutorial or review, you make the most informative videos for both
    professional and amateur DSLR filmmakers that there are, anywhere- Do keep
    it up! I should say there are numerous freeware/open-source/”freemium”
    video editors (especially needed when working with audio) available, that
    one need not pay a premium to have a decent editor. (One such editor is a
    commercial editor called Lightworks, which has been around for almost 25
    years, whose basic edition is available for free downl

  11. question I’m using the NTG-2 with the Tascam Dr-40 and it does not sound
    good but I think I have the settings wrong on the Dr-40 can you help me out
    with this? I don’t know if Im selecting the XLR input or have the settings
    right internal on the Dr 40

  12. Steve's POV スティーブ的視点

    great series of videos! well done and well explained. I have found them
    very useful thank you!

  13. Pow Pow Pictures

    Very interesting. I prefer the faster workflow so I use the internal dslr
    audio with a Rode mix attached. 

  14. So I guess for feature films, we’d be better of with a shotgun microphone
    combined with a stereo microphone for the ambiance and setting of the film.

  15. TM Film Productions HD

    Question; I’m trying to figure out whether I should use an external mic
    with input to my D5200 or an external recorder and put it on the shoe
    mount. But the problem with both, is that I’m wondering whether either one
    of the two will pick up speaking sounds from more than a meter distance.
    What I’m talking about is whether I can get the great audio of a voice at
    the same time when filming the speaking subject with good bokeh (blurred
    background) for which you should take distance and zoom in to get. This is
    mainly for short (action) films. So which one should I get? I don’t think I
    can afford more than 1 mic.

  16. Fench & Janosch Hey do you have any knowledge of the canon 70d if so which
    dslr camera you recommend for filming D52 or the 70d? Thank you.

  17. Alright there! Have you tried – Pycane DSLR Camera Tricks (do a search on
    google)? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my friend shot some
    mind-blowing images with it. 

  18. Bravo..another excellent tutorial! You are so precise and understandable
    in your dialogue! Thanks for providing the guidance to an aspiring
    photographer like me and countless others. Your efforts are much
    appreciated!

  19. what! I was shocked when I saw this video, I pictured you being an asain on
    Japanese guy. how do you have an accent like that!

  20. Whether a tutorial or review, you make the most informative videos for both
    professional and amateur DSLR filmmakers that there are, anywhere- Do keep
    it up! I should say there are numerous freeware/open-source/”freemium”
    video editors (especially needed when working with audio) available, that
    one need not pay a premium to have a decent editor. (One such editor is a
    commercial editor called Lightworks, which has been around for almost 25
    years, whose basic edition is available for free downl

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