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Hands-on review: Razer Seiren X microphone
We check out a top of the line microphone from Razer's Broadcaster line.
DJI’s new selfie stick has plenty of awesome features
DJI’s new Osmo Mobile 3 mobile phone stabiliser is a selfie stick in disguise – but it’s a selfie stick that has plenty of features.
Sony Australia announces first AI-based video solution
The Edge Analytics solution utilises machine learning AI technology to create better video content, according to the company.
Stuff unveils video platform
The platform continues to build on Stuff’s vision to be a platform for content published by others
DJI takes drone racing up close and personal
Put on your goggles and grab your drone, because DJI is taking keen drone racers on a first-person view.
Kiwi marketers urged to jump on the video advertising train
With digital-only advertising in New Zealand surpassing television advertising, New Zealand markerters are being urged to embrace video in their marketing mix.
Hands-on review: The beauty of Adobe Premiere Rush
A good photographer will tell you that you need to follow the four main principles; lighting, lighting, lighting and lighting.
LearnCoach closes $1.5m seed round
The tutorials are designed for students who want to learn NCEA subjects but can’t make it to a physical classroom.
Hands-on review: Apple Motion & Compressor
For the user looking to create absolutely stunning motion graphics at blazingly fast, real-time speed, look no further.
Hands-on review: Final Cut Pro X 10.3 - creativity abound
By taking the time to digest the new interface and customise it as you see fit, you might be surprised at how intuitive Final Cut Pro has become.
Aussie Govt looks to make video content more accessible
Viocorp, the cloud based video platform provider based in Australia, is working with the government to make web content more accessible.
YouTube's new facility to kill broadcast TV
YouTube converts ex aircraft hangar into 'Wonderland' for creatives