The key is the computer- I'm using a MacBook Pro. The software is Skype- but please, please don't pass this info along to other vids, esp. those here in LA. I've field tested it and it is actually a better picture with less of a buffer than using a VBrick. Of course, quality is also impacted by the internet connection.
Do you work with any Court Reporting firms here in LA? If so, could you introduce me to them as I'm trying to expand my client base. Hope you are well,
Hi Bill. I am a court reporting student and was recently at the NCRA convention. One of the student seminars that I attended was very informative about the field of professional legal videography. I came home and told my daughter all about it, but we are now having trouble finding the best way to get information on how to get into this field for her. For example, what is required for equipment? Does she need her own, or would an agency supply the equipment? Is the certification worth it it? What is a realistic salary expectation for the first three years? Thank you so much in advance. We really appreciate it.
I don't even use Bootcamp- I just open Fusion and it runs like a champ- I was told by a mac person that the Bootcamp is more draining on the hard drive, so that may be your problem. I would remove Bootcamp and re-install Fusion- then open Fusion and load any windows programs you want to run. Don't have a clue if that will work- I'm not a computer guy, but that could work.
Yes, that is exactly what I'm running. I have the Boot Camp partition set up with XP, then I have Fusion pointing to the Boot Camp partition and all seems to work beautifully, BUT for the fact that it seems to frequently hang up while shutting down Windows, both in Fusion as well as through Boot Camp. Any ideas what may be causing this? I've reloaded both programs four times and the problem still exists.