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.
You don’t have to be in After Effects to have smooth keyframes. Learn how to access the graph editor in this Premiere Pro tutorial.
Thanks to their ease of use, LED panels are becoming more popular than ever. Make sure you’re using them effectively by following these filmmaking tips.
Capture some great cinematic looks in Adobe SpeedGrade with this helpful handful of color grading tips!
Follow these 5 easy and quick optimizations while prepping your video for upload to boost the video’s rank on YouTube.
There’s more to monochrome than dragging the saturation down to zero. Learn the nuances of capturing better black and white in DaVinci Resolve.
A quick change of your poster frame can help you better organize your editing work flow in a big way. Find out more in this Premiere Pro tutorial.
The DaVinci Resolve motion tracker is fast and simple to use. Let’s explore how to get the most out of this already amazing tool.
Take advantage of YouTube’s massive reach and get your work in front of the world with this guide on how to properly export video for YouTube.
Nothing drips with atmosphere quite like film noir. Learn how to create a stark high-key film noir look in this helpful video tutorial.
Between NAB and news announcements, April was a great month for video editors. Here are 9 must-read video editing articles every video editor should read.
From audio recording to zoom lenses, these insightful filmmaking tutorials are not to be missed.
Cutting a film trailer is an art form of its own and requires a very unique approach. Follow these five film trailer editing tips and get your film noticed.