German director Harun Güler traveled to a small village across the world only for one reason. To remind us that we’re running out of time.
Can we learn from the scandal of mountain town Ischgl? Austrian filmmaker Simon Reichel invites us to take responsibility in times of crisis.
Intense happiness and joy is what skier Pierre Hourticq is looking for on the extreme slopes of the Mont-Blanc massif. Created by Ivresse Films.
Improvements to the AB Loop feature make learning via FV Player even smoother than before. The Custom Start/End Time feature received small fixes.
At the end of the year, we squeeze our highlights into a recap. FilmSpektakel squeezes the best of their home country in a dynamic time-lapse.
The new "Watermark" preset makes the DRM text visible at all times, as opposed to the original method of rapidly flashing and randomly timed text.
Interactive Video Transcript is now supported in playlists. There is also a new setting, preventing automated formatting of the transcript text.
Erik Nylander follows a group of young skiers taking a train from Stockholm to the untouched peaks of Swiss Alps.
A lightweight visual reminiscence preserving Vienna as an eternally serene Central European metropole by filmmaker Fernando Livschitz.
The new Stream Loader feature uses signed URLs to protect HLS streams from downloading or unauthorized access to the video content.
A short ode on long sunny days in the French Basque Country, and a nostalgia of looking back to the days when travelling was normal.
Empowering music video Leon by Jaroslav Moravec for those who stand for freedom, resilience, strong wind in their hair and never ending horizon.
The new setting allows videos to autoplay while scrolling up, as well as autoplaying other videos after one has been manually paused.
A lesson on how to achieve a cinematic look in a video while keeping the setup as simple as possible by filmmaker Janis Brod.
What matters more than resolving power for video are weight, quiet focusing, focus shift and focus breathing.
My own vote was initially for the more subtle and accurate render. Now that I've studied the results more closely, the sharper and blockier render also works.
A philosophical journey passing through the stunning scenery of boundless European highlands lead by Spanish filmmaker Enrique Pacheco.
Clear videos where the auto-pilot car runs stop signs, red lights and shifts lanes dangerously make the point more effectively than stats.
Time spent on story and storyboards will cut costs in half or two-thirds, while making it far more likely people will like the final result.
A lightweight camera and lens rig allow a filmmaker to shoot complex, expensive dolly and crane moves with no heavy equipment and minimal crew.