Avinash Johri is the Executive Director of CVTE India – World’s No.1 LCD/LED Solution Designer. He heads the leading interactive and collaboration solution brand – MAXHUB. He is currently responsible for growing the CVTE group’s revenue by disrupting the market for AV-IT Products. His vision is to attain a leadership position for MAXHUB in India and SAARC countries. During his tenure of around 2 years at MAXHUB, he has helped strengthen the team and sales channel simultaneously. This has resulted in the MAXHUB brand being well-established with the current portfolio of products. He wishes to lead the team with the same determination and vision going forward to make a mark in the industry with upcoming products.
Making videos is a great way to share your message with the world. But if you’re not using the right tools, your videos could end up looking amateurish and unprofessional. There are many reasons why you might want to use a webcam to record a video. Perhaps you’re creating a vlog, or need to capture a tutorial on your computer screen. Maybe you just want to chat with friends and family over Skype or FaceTime. Whatever the reason, there are a few things you’ll need to do to get started. First, you’ll need to choose a webcam. There are many different types and brands available, so it’s important to do some research to find one that will meet your needs.
In this article, we will discuss four features to consider when using a webcam for video-making.
High-Res Video Quality
The resolution of a video or an image basically tells you the quality of a video and determines how clear a particular video is. A higher resolution video would have crisper and clearer images, as there are more pixels. Some of the important features you should be looking for are minimum 4K resolution, 120-degree DFoV (Display Field of View), and optical glass for better smoothness and clarity. Webcams coupled with a Sony image sensor that yields HDR (High Dynamic Range) performance for brighter highlights and a wider range of colour image detail ultimately give you a better video quality. MAXHUB W Series has these features.
Cutting edge Technology: AI features
The variance of camera angles in videography is used to help enhance the narrative, the theme and the overall mood of the vlog. Webcam with 4K wide-angle video performance provides impressive meeting visuals. Webcams leveraged with advanced AI technologies include face detection to automatically fit the best framing solutions according to both the number of meeting participants and their location. These features come in handy for videos in meeting/huddle/conference rooms. An integrated HDR technology constantly adjusts to ensure everyone looks their best. Also, Real-time close-up presentation and manual options enable autofocus to be tailored to suit a wide variety of needs.
Another notable aspect of vlogging is recording at different angles without any hassle. The latest MAXHUB webcams with up to 360-degree horizontal rotation capability can be adjusted 10 degrees to the back, 10 degrees to the front, 10 degrees to the left, and 10 degrees to the right making the task easier and better for you. Cameras with remote control make adjustments a piece of cake!
Sound matters, too! Make sure you have a good audio quality
The in-built noise cancelling system in webcams can make a big difference in how well you’re heard. If the person you’re speaking to on the other end can’t hear you properly, it can be frustrating for both of you. Noise-cancelling webcams have microphones that are designed to filter out background noise, so you can be heard more clearly. New technology in MAXHUB webcams is a two-element omnidirectional microphone array along with 2D and 3D DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) for effective video experiences. This microphone array features an integrated noise-cancellation algorithm that can detect audio up to 13 feet away and filters out background noise to keep the focus where it needs to be. With features like these, you can be sure that your videos will look and sound great, even in noisy environments.
Video stabilization technology is used to avoid visual quality loss by reducing unwanted shakes and jitters of an image/video capturing device without influencing moving objects or intentional camera panning. Video recording on devices has come a long way in recent years. Many flagship devices now offer 4K video recording at 60fps, and some even offer slow-motion video recording at up to 960fps. However, not all webcams are created equal. Some are much better at stability and help in creating a smooth and beautiful video, like MAXHUB webcams.
With these considerations in mind, you can be confident in your ability to produce high-quality content videos that will attract more subscribers and elevate your profile.