Video editing, video production and color grading tutorials. Software covered includes Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro X and Maxon Cinema 4D.
For video pros, transcoding recorded media is a necessity. Let’s learn the different ways in which we can create optimized media in Final Cut Pro X.
Working with two completely different cameras? Here are some tips for color matching your footage using Adobe SpeedGrade.
This guide for cinematographers will teach you all the basics of cinematography while linking you to tons of other great resources for more in-depth coverage.
Need to get good audio fast? Just follow these quick steps in Premiere Pro and Audition.
Do you need high-quality voice-over on a limited budget? No problem. Here’s how you can turn your closet into a DIY sound booth.
Learn all aspects of cinematography from blockbuster Director of Photography Shane Hurlbut.
Movie props are an often overlooked item, but they are essential to your film’s storytelling. Check out some great movie props, and learn to make your own with these resources.
Turn your 2D images into 3D worlds with the astonishing Vanishing Point feature in After Effects.
Need a makeshift camera rig on a small budget? Check out these five cinematography hacks that can be made for under $50.
For long-form DaVinci Resolve projects, one of the easiest ways to get up and running involves using the powerful scene cut detection feature.
Real talk: the classic 20% crop Title Safe is completely unnecessary for the modern editor. Here’s why.
While After Effects may be an extremely powerful VFX and motion graphics tool, it can be just as useful for workflow tasks like creating multiple deliverables of the same project.