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.
Learn how to improve the look of solid color backgrounds using Photoshop – an informative video tutorial for photographers and designers!
Learn to program your own effects inside Autodesk Smoke using the Matchbox node. In this post, we show you how to script your own effects using this powerful ConnectFX node.
Making a switch to Avid for video editing? In this post, we provide some resources for any editor looking to quickly get up to speed on editing in Avid Media Composer. Tons of useful info!
Knowing how to properly use a film slate is an essential tool in video and filmmaking – both for those on the production and post production side. In this post we explore some tips for clapper board success.
Master your video media management with this quick workflow for transcoding video footage. A great process for working ‘in the field’ – easy to implement for producers and directors.
Master Powergrades in DaVinci Resolve! In this post, we discuss how to create modify and share Powergrades in Resolve. Save time and color grade like a pro!
An interesting alternative to traditional video slideshows! This video tutorial walks you through the steps of making a photo slideshow in After Effects. A great option for making your presentations more engaging.
If you’re looking to step up your DSLR video shooting, check out the new video training store from LearningDSLRVideo.com. Get in-depth tutorials on new cameras and equipment, while improving your DSLR video projects.
Get a jumpstart on working with DaVinci Resolve in this informative tutorial by professional colorist Dan Moran. Discover the most efficient way to start grading your video footage. Special attention is paid to working with the new Blackmagic Cinema Camera.
Match EQ in Final Cut Pro X is a robust audio tool for matching sound qualities between clips. In this post, discover how to use this powerful (yet underutilized) audio feature in FCPX. It might just save your project!
Learn how to nest your clips and sequences in Adobe Premiere Pro to save time and cut down on complexity. In this post we show you how to nest sequences in sequences as well as creating new nested sequences from a selection of clipsl
Discover a workflow for sending your Adobe Premiere Pro sequences to Adobe Audition – perfect for creating a comprehensive audio mix of your film or video project!