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.
Every efficient editor should customize his or her editing workspace as much as possible. This video tutorial will teach you some powerful shortcuts to customize your own editing workspace in Avid Media Composer.
Simulate real time mixing in Final Cut Pro timelines by using shortcuts to adjust audio clips and music tracks. We’ll take a look at enabling clip overlays combined with using audio level shortcuts… a quick way to make your post workflow significantly more efficient!
Save time and recover from a crash by adjusting Final Cut Pro’s undo and autosave settings. FCP’s default settings can be tweaked to better optimize these functions.
A quick way to export both HD and SD video projects from Final Cut Pro to YouTube in the Quicktime format. Discussion includes export settings, insuring high image quality and tips for setting up your Final Cut Pro project.
Don’t let the mouse rule your editing experience! Embrace keyboard shortcuts when zooming in and out of the Timeline in Avid Media Composer.
Editors often spend needless valuable time and drive space rendering their entire sequence. This article discusses the optimal ways to render your sequence that will cut down significantly on both time and space.
When Apple released Final Cut Pro 7 back in 2009 one of the new features that was most overlooked (and under-appreciated) was the ability to export out a marker list in text format.
In this tutorial we will be adding a CG flowing water element to our previously stabilized footage. Through the use of Displacement Maps, Animation, Expressions and Particles, we will blend the digital elements into the footage for a realistic final product.
In this tutorial we will take a look at the process of stabilizing footage using Adobe After Effects built in Stabilization feature. We will also look at how to apply a graphical element to the stabilized footage and then how to reverse the stabilization, to give a motion tracked effect to the graphics.
In this tutorial we will be taking real-world footage, shot specifically for the purpose of using the camera’s motion and natural shake. We will be tracking the footage and saving the data to use as camera animation in After Effects. We will also take a look at how we can save this effect as a preset for future projects.
When you purchase music from www.premiumbeat.com we send you a link to download the music in .wav format and in MP3 format. You are welcome to download both versions if you wish. However some people prefer to do the .wav-to-MP3 conversion themselves because they need a specific level of sound compression or for other reasons. This tutorial shows you how to accomplish that.