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Tips on making family vacation videos that are enjoyable to watch.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Apr 1989 (v.67#4) pg. 162

Copyright law for photographers. Beginning a series concerning the implications of the 1976 Copyright Revision Act and other issues. Part 1. Video recording.

Demodulate TV signals with a video IF (intermediate-frequency) strip. Separate baseband video from its carrier wave with these low-cost demodulators. Est. cost: $55-$70 (kit).
ELECTRONICS NOW May 1999 (v.70#5) pg. 41

Pre-production planning guide for individual videotape presentations.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Jul 1971 (v.20#7) pg. 29

Selecting a medium for presentation and distribution. A comparison of videotape and motion picture film.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1985 (v.34#2) pg. 19

The fine art of hand-holding a still, motion picture, or video camera.
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1987 (v.36#11) pg. 27

Video sync signals. (1) Sync stripper extracts sync pulses from composite video. (2) Two simple circuits can be used to combine sync, video, and color burst signals into a single composite-video signal.
MODERN ELECTRONICS [2] Aug 1985 (v.2#2) pg. 73

Genlocking. Explanation of how two (or more) video sources are synchronized and locked together so they can be superimposed, windowed, etc.
MODERN ELECTRONICS [2] Mar 1987 (v.4#3) pg. 58

The pan, the tilt, and the motionless video camera. Tips on when to use each.
MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY Mar 1988 (v.52#3) pg. 18

Short glossary of video recording terms.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Feb 1980 (v.8#10) pg. 20

Making money with moving pictures. How your film, video and multi-image projects can pay for themselves.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Nov 1981 (v.10#7) pg. 38

Glossary of television and film production terms. Part 1. A-C.
PHOTOMETHODS Oct 1980 (v.23#10) pg. 72

Glossary of television and film production terms. Part 2. C-D.
PHOTOMETHODS Jan 1981 (v.24#1) pg. 44

21 ways to use a simple video camera/recorder to help your company.
PHOTOMETHODS Feb 1981 (v.24#2) pg. 33

Glossary of television and film production terms. Part 3. D-F.
PHOTOMETHODS Feb 1981 (v.24#2) pg. 58

Glossary of television and film production terms. Part 4. F-Q.
PHOTOMETHODS Mar 1981 (v.24#3) pg. 81

Glossary of television and film production terms. Part 5. Q-S.
PHOTOMETHODS Jun 1981 (v.24#6) pg. 81

Glossary of television and film production terms. Part 6. S-Z.
PHOTOMETHODS Jul 1981 (v.24#7) pg. 49

Tips on conducting an interview on camera.
PHOTOMETHODS Jan 1982 (v.25#1) pg. 51

Choosing the right video format. Some tips.
PHOTOMETHODS Nov 1987 (v.30#11) pg. 17

Points to consider when scouting locations for video productions.
PHOTOMETHODS Jun 1989 (v.32#6) pg. 8

A guide to video movie making. Using a video camera, lighting, sound recording, special effects, scripts, etc.
POPULAR ELECTRONICS [1] Oct 1981 (v.19#10) pg. 56

How to get a professional look from your video tape recordings by using professional equipment on your shoot and duping the result to 1/2" video cassettes.
POPULAR ELECTRONICS [1] Sep 1982 (v.20#9) pg. 45

Video accessories. What's available, what they do, and when to use them.
POPULAR ELECTRONICS [1] Oct 1982 (v.20#10) pg. 63

Behind the screens. A guided tour of the composite video signal, how NTSC video came about, etc.
POPULAR ELECTRONICS [2] Dec 1989 (v.6#12) pg. 35

Create your own "made-for-TV" movie. Tips on making a video "movie".
POPULAR MECHANICS Jun 1984 (v.161#6) pg. 147

Fundamental techniques to bring professional results to your photographs and video movies.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jan 1987 (v.164#1) pg. 95

How to make better home videos. SPECIAL SECTION covers camcorder cinematography, finishing touches (editing, special effects, soundtracks, etc.), and camcorder accessories.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jul 1989 (v.166#7) pg. 101

A comparison of videotape and super 8 for the moving picture photographer.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Sep 1973 (v.73#3) pg. 112

How to plot for video. Using a storyboard to plan ahead before taping a video story.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jul 1982 (v.89#7) pg. 92

How to videotape interviews like a professional.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Mar 1985 (v.92#3) pg. 81

Techniques for transitioning from one video scene to another. They include the cut, fade, dissolve, etc.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Aug 1985 (v.92#8) pg. 72

How to add music to your videotapes.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1985 (v.92#11) pg. 78

A beginner's guide to video moviemaking.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1986 (v.93#2) pg. 60

Video moviemaking. What's your angle? Video's "rules" for composing a scene and placing the camera are reviewed.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Mar 1986 (v.93#3) pg. 54

How one family learned to make good home videomovies. Some tips.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Apr 1986 (v.93#4) pg. 58

Video celebration. Tips on videotaping someone's birthday party, editing the tape, and then giving the tape as your gift.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY May 1986 (v.93#5) pg. 44

Changing the point of view when making videomovies. Walk, run, swing, slide, rollerskate, ... etc. so that your audience sees the story from the viewpoint of the subject.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1986 (v.93#11) pg. 78

When to pan and when to zoom when making video movies.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jan 1987 (v.94#1) pg. 68

Outdoor winter shooting with video cameras. Some tips on protecting equipment and filming techniques.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Feb 1987 (v.94#2) pg. 60

A quick course in videospeak. Miniglossary of video terminology.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Jul 1988 (v.95#7) pg. 66

Paying attention to the sound your camcorder is gathering will pay off in a better video production. Advice on using both built-in and separate microphones.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1988 (v.95#10) pg. 72

Eight classic filmmaking goofs you should avoid when shooting video.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Oct 1989 (v.96#10) pg. 34

The advantages of using high shutters speeds in video movemaking.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1989 (v.96#11) pg. 34

Essential guide to video moviemaking. Special advertising section includes tips on buying a camcorder, video techniques, care of equipment, etc.
POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHY Nov 1989 (v.96#11) pg. 75

Successful video production. High-quality presentations keep you ahead of the competition. Includes advice on investing in professional equipment.
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER #2190 Nov 1994 (v.121) pg. 24

Profile of an IC from National Semiconductor, the LM1889 TV video modulator circuit, which generates a VHF signal complete with color and audio.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS May 1978 (v.49#5) pg. 84

How to improve video sound quality on the videotapes you make.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS May 1982 (v.53#5) pg. 61

How to connect video components.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Dec 1982 (v.53#12) pg. 67

Makeup of the standard color video signal is described.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Jun 1988 (v.59#6) pg. 14

Time-base corrector (as used in video recording) is explained.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Feb 1989 (v.60#2) pg. 12

The NTSC (National Television System Committee) video standards. An explanation of the individual parts of the waveform used in video images.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Jan 1990 (v.61#1) pg. 79

NTSC video standards. A crystal-controlled video timing generator. The key to designing video circuits is timing. An introduction to designing basic hardware.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Feb 1990 (v.61#2) pg. 72

NTSC video standards. A closer look at fields, frames, interlace, sync triggers, etc.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Apr 1990 (v.61#4) pg. 66

NTSC video standards. A crystal-controlled video timing generator (continued).
RADIO-ELECTRONICS May 1990 (v.61#5) pg. 78

NTSC video standards. Lines of resolution (horizontal resolution) standard is explained.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Jun 1990 (v.61#6) pg. 8
Added Info RADIO-ELECTRONICS Oct 1990 (v.61#10) pg. 16

NTSC video standards. A crystal-controlled video timing generator (continued).
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Jun 1990 (v.61#6) pg. 70

Video frame grabber. Add a capable vision system to any standard PC by constructing this I/O card that accepts standard NTSC video signals and digitizes them at a resolution of 256x256 pixels with 64 shades of gray. Est. cost: $150.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Aug 1990 (v.61#8) pg. 31, 65

NTSC video standards. Some final words.
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Nov 1990 (v.61#11) pg. 83

Frugalvision. A low-cost video image capture board for your PC. Features 8-second imaging time, 256x244 pixel resolution, automatic signal detection, etc. Est. cost: $100 (kit).
RADIO-ELECTRONICS Dec 1991 (v.62#12) pg. 37

A comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of film and videotape.
SUPER-8 FILMAKER Jun 1980 (v.8#4) pg. 44

Shooting the main event. Making good video programs about special events (birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, etc) requires some planning, skill, and the knowledge of several tricks and techniques.
VIDEOMAKER Feb 1995 (v.9#8) pg. 73

Wrapping up a great birthday video. Guidelines, tips and techniques for making either a simple or a complex birthday video program which people will enjoy viewing.
VIDEOMAKER Apr 1995 (v.9#10) pg. 72

Bore 'em cross-eyed. Tips for tedious videos (and how to avoid them).
VIDEOMAKER Jul 1995 (v.10#1) pg. 75

Shooting video for CD-ROM or multimedia use. Some tips.
VIDEOMAKER Sep 1995 (v.10#3) pg. 33

Quick and easy video projects. A dozen video ideas for the amateur which can be started and finished in one afternoon.
VIDEOMAKER Oct 1995 (v.10#4) pg. 103
Added Info VIDEOMAKER Nov 1995 (v.10#5) pg. 124

Time base corrector controls. A summary of what they do in VCRs, camcorders or special-effects generators, or as a stand-alone box or as a computer card.
VIDEOMAKER Mar 1996 (v.10#9) pg. 22

The finish line. A list of tips designed to help you finish video projects.
VIDEOMAKER May 1996 (v.10#11) pg. 118

Bits and bytes. A digital video primer.
VIDEOMAKER Jun 1996 (v.10#12) pg. 90

The Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) video storage format. How to compress digital video files and put short clips on a Web page.
VIDEOMAKER Jun 1996 (v.10#12) pg. 98

Signals of a digital future. An examination of the digital video format.
VIDEOMAKER Aug 1996 (v.11#2) pg. 85

Backup technology for digital video. A look at the options available and advice on making a selection.
VIDEOMAKER Nov 1996 (v.11#5) pg. 73