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    Here is a picture of how I make my videos about 3d printing. For the prior 18 months I had been using a Lumix GH4 to produce all of my videos with Rode mics and professional lighting. Recently instead of spending thousands of dollars on a new Sony camera I decided to give my iPhone 12 Pro a try. Wow. Excellent video quality and by using the app FilmicPro I was able to record excellent sound from my Rode mics. Here is a picture:

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    The Rode boom mic is plugged directly into the iPhone and all recordings with sound are saved to the iPhone. Then I use AirDrop to move the video (which is gigs in size) to my iMac where I do all of the editing and post-processing in FinalCutPro X. Generally preparing for a video, and editing the video take much longer than shooting the video. I prepare a Google Slide deck for each video to keep me focused and use a Surface Go, my only Windows machine, to page through the slides while recording.

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    Very nice setup and enjoy your videos. You sure make it easy to learn!

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    • irvshapiro
      irvshapiro commented
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      Thanks. I think that is because I enjoy learning new things and teaching them to others that want to learn.

  • #3
    You're such a talented man mr. Shapiro! Keep up the good work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Thinking simple is the hardest way.....

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    • irvshapiro
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      Thanks. If we can all build a community together, of folks that want to do technical things, but also are willing to explain the technology to non-technical people we will help to create a community of "maker". In these times of Corona people with the skills to make things themselves have a built-in advantage. Order the parts online, delivered to your door, and build something.

  • #4
    Thanks for the help Irv, I look forward to learning all about 3D Printing

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