In recent years, podcasting has become an increasingly popular way for content creators to share their ideas and engage with their audiences. And with the rise of video platforms such as YouTube and Twitch, video podcasts have become an increasingly popular way to connect with viewers. If you're interested in creating your own video podcast, the Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini Pro ISO and DaVinci Resolve are two tools that can help you achieve professional-quality results.
The ATEM Mini Pro ISO is a compact video switcher that allows you to switch between up to four different HDMI video sources, including cameras, computers, and other devices. The ISO version of the ATEM Mini Pro allows you to record each input as a separate ISO file, which gives you greater flexibility during post-production. This feature is especially useful for video podcasters who want to edit their footage in DaVinci Resolve.
DaVinci Resolve is a powerful video editing software that is used by professional filmmakers and video editors around the world. One of the unique features of DaVinci Resolve is its ability to edit and grade video footage in 4K resolution. This means that even if you record your video podcast in HD, you can still edit it in 4K resolution, which gives you greater flexibility during post-production.
Here are the steps to record a video podcast with the ATEM Mini Pro ISO and edit it in 4K with DaVinci Resolve:
Step 1: Set up your equipment Connect your cameras, computers, and other devices to the ATEM Mini Pro ISO using HDMI cables. Make sure that each device is set to the correct output resolution and frame rate.
Step 2: Set your Blackmagic Design Pocket Camera to record in 4 or 6k B-Raw Film Gamma
Step 3:Record your video podcast Press the record button on the ATEM Mini Pro ISO to start recording your video podcast. The ATEM Mini Pro ISO will record each input as a separate ISO file, which you can later import into DaVinci Resolve.
Step 4: Transfer Files from camera recording to ISO file before opening the project
Step 5: Open the Resolve project created by the Atem ISO
Step 6: Go to the cut page and set your timeline to 4k UHD
Step 7: Click timeline in the menu bar, then select use camera originals.
Step 8: Use the editing tools in DaVinci Resolve to trim your footage, add transitions, and adjust the color and sound.
Step 9: Export your finished video Once you're satisfied with your edit, export your finished video podcast in 4K resolution. DaVinci Resolve provides a variety of export settings, so you can choose the format and quality that works best for your needs.
In conclusion, the Blackmagic Design ATEM Mini Pro ISO and DaVinci Resolve are two powerful tools that can help you create high-quality video podcasts. With the ATEM Mini Pro ISO, you can record each input as a separate ISO file, which gives you greater flexibility during post-production. And with DaVinci Resolve, you can edit and grade your footage in 4K resolution, which gives you greater creative control over your final product. So if you're looking to create a professional-quality video podcast, consider using the ATEM Mini Pro ISO and DaVinci Resolve.