I am trying to make a Pilot show that I am going to send around to some TV Networks such as NBC and FOX, I need some help with some things that I do not know about, you are a tech community, so I know that you will be able to answer it...
Firstly, what is a REALLY good HD studio Camcorder that films in HD 1080p and has good quality, but is pretty cheap and affordable, second, what is a good 3D program, part of the show needs an animated tornado and I want to know which would make it look more realistic but be easier to do, I do not know much 3D stuff at the moment... Thanks for taking the time to read this...
asked Mar 07 '11 at 00:31
If you're going to record a pilot, the best thing to do is rent a camera. Good, TV quality, camera's are very expensive. I'd go to some businesses that rent film and TV equipment and ask their opinion.
On the 3D thing, you'll need an 3D artist for that. If you don't know 3D, you won't be able to make a realistic, non CGI looking, effect, any time soon.
I don't want to burst your bubble, but making a pilot costs some money and if you want the studios to take you seriously, you'll have to invest and take a very professional approach.
Hope this helps a little. :)
I use CINEMA 4D everyday, and it is a very complex and versatile 3D program made by Maxon (www.maxon.net) and I definitely recommend it but as all the other posts are saying, you should hire a 3D artist because it is not a program that is as simple as something like Audacity.
answered Mar 11 '11 at 14:42