The Videomaker Podcast: Video Production Made Easy

The Videomaker Podcast: Video Production Made Easy

The Videomaker Podcast is for anyone who wants to improve their video production skills or become a better filmmaker. We believe freedom of expression is essential for human progress, and that free societies are better off when more people can effectively express themselves with video.

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May 10, 2021 63 min

Chris and Mike talk about different ways to make money on the video platform where most people lose their money and their time. Topics include advertising, brand deals, merchandise sales, affiliate revenue and more.

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Mike and Chris finally got their hands on the RED Komodo, and there's a lot to discuss. In addition to picking apart the tech specs, the guys talk about what makes Komodo so interesting and compare it to similarly priced cameras on the market.

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April 12, 2021 46 min

Chris and Mike attempt to answer the question: which of these two editing software giants is best? Factors considered include price, buyer persona, technical and community support, release schedules, supporting software and personal preference.

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Mike and Chris talk with documentary cinematographer Jenna Rosher about her work shooting the new Apple TV documentary, Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry. Topics include what it's like to make a living shooting documentaries, the technique of cinéma vérité and how documentary is fundamentally different than journalism.

https://www.jennarosher.com/
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March 22, 2021 51 min

Chris and Mike speculate on what innovations we might see in the near future, as well as lament missed opportunities from the past. Topics include traditional cameras, live streaming gear and 360 imaging.

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Mike and Chris talk with Brandon Bently — an FPV drone expert — about the new product from DJI. What is an FPV drone and how is it different from the drones we're all used to? This new category of video equipment will take some getting used to, and Brandon helps explain the technology and it's purpose.

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March 8, 2021 38 min

Chris and Mike talk inside baseball about the process of deciding on what video gear deserves to be mentioned in Videomaker's Buyer's Guides, and the challenges of making product recommendations to video shooters with very specific needs.

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Mike and Chris geek out about Sony's latest entry-level cinema camera, which happens to be a lot like one of their beloved high-end mirrorless cameras. Will this end up being one of the best cameras of the year? 

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February 22, 2021 45 min

Lots of video producers who are new to multi-camera livestreaming find the equipment involved in going live confusing. In this episode, chris and Mike talk about the gear you might need to pull off well-done livestreams. 

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February 15, 2021 41 min

Pulling the perfect green screen key in post-production is a huge challenge. Mike and Chris talk about how they handle green screen in post and offer some advice for when you run into problems.

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February 8, 2021 38 min

Compared to lighting, shooting green screen is fairly straight forward, but Chris and Mike have a few tips that should make your green screen life a little easier.

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Welcome to a special edition of the Videomaker Podcast! In this Creator Handbook interview, Haley chats with actor, writer and comedian Julie Nolke. Julie runs a self-titled YouTube channel where she uploads weekly comedy sketches. Julie talks about how she started on YouTube, the struggles she's faced, and the growth she's seen over the last year or so.

https://www.youtube.com/c/FeelingPeckish

Instagram: julienolke

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February 1, 2021 35 min

Lighting is the most crucial aspect of good green screen. In this episode, Mike and Chris talk about common challenges video shooters face and how to overcome them.

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Chris and Mike talk with Zach Ramelan, a Canadian filmmaker and YouTuber. Zach is entirely self-taught. The gang talks about how film school isn't the best option for many people, but how not having any formal training can lead to knowledge gaps.

https://pocketfilmschool.io/

I Speak With No Voice - SHORT HORROR FILM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEQmRPL9JHg&t=120s

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Mike and Chris talk with Justin Odisho about editing, motion graphics and running a breaking the mold on YouTube. Justin runs a YouTube channel mostly focusing on post-production tutorials, but occasionally ventures into philosophy and literature — a divergence he somehow makes work.

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Casey Neistat joins Chris and Mike for a conversation about the creative process and how filmmakers can create their own signature style. Casey also talks about what motivates him to keep making videos and the challenges of making videos in LA without a studio.

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January 4, 2021 45 min

The guys talk with Luke Neumann of Neumann Films. Luke is an expert on 8K video who runs a popular YouTube video as well as a stock media company. Topics include 8K video, HDR video, and creating the stunning footage that's used to demo new TVs.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Neumannfilms

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Mike and Chris talk with John P. Hess from FilmmakerIQ. Topics include the fundamentals of filmmaking, editing and running a YouTube channel.

https://www.youtube.com/user/FilmmakerIQcom

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Chris and Mike talk to Ryan Koral from the Grow your Video Business Podcast. Topics include what makes a video business work and how to get started in business.

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December 14, 2020 68 min

Mike and Chris talk with Josh Noel, creator and host of the YouTube channel, SonduckFilm, where he creates After Effects tutorials. This episode covers not only learning and using After Effects but also creating and running a YouTube channel.

http://youtube.com/sonduckfilm

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