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August 30th, 2013 Posted in Videos, worth knowing Tags: , , , ,

Steinigke Zoom

We take a closer look. With “Steinigke ZOOM” we offer a new video magazine. We explain context, compare products, technologies or techniques – often this will be answers to explicit customer questions. “Steinigke ZOOM” provides a deeper insight, apart from normal product presentations.
In our first video we show the difference between a LED Compact light set and a conventional halogen light set.

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Behind the scenes: The man behind the videos

August 20th, 2012 Posted in Backstage Tags: , ,

Unser Videostudio

Today we‘ll have a look behind the scenes of our video production – in the end shooting a video clip means more than just pressing play, it’s a pile of work in fact. So, who is the man behind the video, where do the films come to existence, and what has to happen before you can actually watch the videos on our channels?

Mittsch

The man behind all of our videos is Mittsch. Even before the products are available at our shop, he gets a sample of it. At first he tries the different settings to see if the product works properly. To get a realistic impression of the operation mode, he installs the respective product in our video studio. In doing so, he attempts to create a surrounding which is at least a bit typical to real venues. Light products for example are mounted to a trussing with a height of two meters.

When everything is in its place, the product’s big moment has come:

Studio2

Mittsch captures the best images with his camera to show you all the details as fine as possible: What are the main features of the product, what is really specific about it? What is the effect within the room? Are there any special controllers, switches or displays? Mittsch changes positions and perspectives in order to show you every detail in the video. Sometimes it takes up to 45 minutes until he gets the perfect take.

Mittsch am PC

With the raw video file, Mittsch gets back to the office. He starts to cut the best sequences on his computer. After cutting the film, he adds music to it, which he composes on his own. Now the little, last steps: Some effects and explaining text inserts and the video is completed. When everything is checked and Mittsch is satisfied with his work, he starts the rendering.

For a video of two or three minutes in length, Mittsch works up to four hours. But that isn’t yet all of the work: At the end, he uploads the clips to our homepage and to the video platforms like youtube and clipfish.de. He then adds tags and some short informational texts to explain the product shown in the video. So, when you are watching product video in the future, maybe you’ll think of him. Mittsch, the man behind the videos.

Are you curious now? Do you want to get more information about the people behind the scenes? Do you want to know more about the faces behind the name Steinigke? Then leave us your comments here, we’re happy to hear from you!

PSSO Compact Line Array – the simulation software

July 28th, 2011 Posted in PSSO, Videos, worth knowing Tags: , , , , ,

PSSO

In order to facilitate the use of the Compact Line Array, PSSO presents a simulation software for the users. This software is based on the Engine of RAY-END (former GPA). We would like to introduce this software to you with a little introduction and five short tutorial videos.

If you have not dealt with Line Arrays in general, we recommend to read the article „The line array in theory and practice“ explaining the basics of line array technology and the PSSO Compact Line Array.

The simulation software is very intuitive and only presents those functions really needed in sound engineering. Read more »

EUROLITE LED FE-800 RGBAW flower-effect with LED technology

New video online:

EUROLITE LED FE-800 RGBAW flower-effect with LED technologie

Item Number: 51918618

Power supply: 230 V AC, 50 Hz ~
Power consumption: 25 W
Number of DMX channels: 5
DMX512 connection: 3-pin XLR
Sound-control: via built-in microphone
LED type: 3 W
Number of LEDs: 5
Beam angle: 140°
Dimensions (LxWxH): 175 x 320 x 310 mm
Weight: 3.5 kg