Video editing and video production tips, tutorials and tricks to make you a better creative professional.
Are you considering a career in visual effects? In this post we share loads of practical advice from professional visual effects artists.
Autodesk made a big announcement on the Sunday before NAB and revealed their new product line up for their creative finishing products…introducing Smoke 2015 and Flame Assist.
This new snowmobile mounted camera crane is a beast – capturing awesome shots in remote and hard to access areas. Check it out!
Need music for your YouTube videos? Check out these handpicked royalty free tracks that will allow you to monetize your YouTube videos.
See the best VFX over the last 30+ years in this excellent montage of the Academy Award winners for Best Visual Effects.
Create a self-animating clock without any keyframes in After Effects.
License high quality Top 40 style music without the price tag of commercial tracks. In this post, we’ve rounded up the very best royalty free pop and Top 40 tracks for your video and media projects.
Supercharge your Smoke video editing with hotkeys (or shortcuts). In this post you’ll learn how to customize your Smoke shortcuts and learn some tips for custom shortcuts you shouldn’t edit without.
Know for sure how many times a camera has been used with these handy tools for determining shutter actuation – useful when buying used cameras or for estimating how much life you have on your current equipment.
In this post we share 3 lesser known tricks for working in Autodesk Smoke. Take your Smoke video editing to the next level!
In this post, we give the complete rundown on importing and organizing Photoshop files for use in Autodesk Smoke – essential knowledge for Smoke video editors!
All too often directors, producers and even lowly editors get too attached to their temp music. Here are a few thoughts on how to avoid that trap. Photo from Flickr Temp music, or temporary music, is the score you’re editing with until the final or ‘real’ music replaces it. Many editors get into the trap