We’ve rounded up the best Avid Media Composer tips and tricks from professional video editors on Twitter.
Powerful metadata is one feature that makes Final Cut Pro X powerful. In this post, we share a few videos and training tutorials to show you how to get the very most out of metadata in your FCPX edits.
New to working with CinemaDNG files? In this post we share useful info on production and post CinemaDNG workflows. Highlights include creating offline CinemaDNG proxies, grading CinemaDNG files and real-world case studies of CinemaDNG in action.
A good film score and audio mix can make or break your film project. In this post, we share a few resources for filmmakers and sound designers to pick up new tricks and learn from the best in the business.
Is your creative profession encouraging a sedentary lifestyle? Check out some facts about standing desks and how this alternative may make you healthier and more productive.
Are you considering buying or using a Blackmagic Cinema Camera? We’ve rounded up a ton of info to get you up to speed on the new video production cams!
In this post we look at trailers and shorts as a way to drum up investment and interest for a feature film release. Check out 3 successful examples.
As creative pros, what lessons can we learn from a multi billionaire business man? In this post we explore 3 takeaways from Ray Dalio – and how you can apply them to your own professional pursuits.
Want to make a documentary? Pick up some tips from industry pros that have done it. In this roundup we share talks by influential documentary directors and editors.
How do you keep your creative career fresh and focused? It’s all too easy for a passion to become a chore when you’re doing it as a career. In this post, we share a few tips for ensuring vitality and enthusiasm in your work.
Check out these awesome film commentary videos – and pick up a few filmmaking tips for Steven Spielberg.
All too often directors, producers and even lowly editors get too attached to their temp music. Here are a few thoughts on how to avoid that trap. Photo from Flickr Temp music, or temporary music, is the score you’re editing with until the final or ‘real’ music replaces it. Many editors get into the trap