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.
Shooting with a prime lens can has a ton of benefits over shooting on a zoom lens. In the following post we will take a look at the top 5.
Editing 4K footage takes longer than editing HD footage but the end result is so much sharper, Right? In the following video we will compare footage edited in 4K vs footage edited in 1080 and compare the results when exported to HD.
The Inverse-Square Law may be nerdiest lighting term that every photographer, video pro or filmmaker should understand. Check out this explanation and detailed video tutorial.
Rolling shutter is an extremely annoying phenomenon, luckily for us the following video tutorial shows us how to reduce rolling shutter in FCPX.
Don’t waste you or your client’s time by slaving around on a mouse. Utilize keyboard shortcuts into your workflow to complete your project faster.
In the final installment of our 10 part Adobe After Effects Fundamentals course we learn all about 3D, Cameras, Lights, and using Cinema 4D LITE in After Effects.
If you have ever had a project corruption or loose a clip in Autodesk Smoke, check out this exclusive video tutorial on how to work with clip backups.
Two new After Effects features allow users to get a better chroma key, the following video tutorial will show you how to use them.
Learn the in’s-and-out’s of shooting high-speed photography with this extensive masterclass.
You’ve got a script. You’ve got your footage. Now, using this trick in Media Composer you can get the two to work together, saving you time and sanity during the edit.
In this video tutorial we’ll show you how to create a 3D display in Cinema 4D – perfect for presentations, slideshows and product demos.
You probably already use keyboard shortcuts to speed up your editing process, but did you know you can use keyboard shortcuts to color correct too? In the following video tutorial we will learn how to use keyboard shortcuts to color correct in FCPX.