The latest video editing and post production tips, tricks and tutorials. Applications covered include Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Smoke and Cinema 4D.
NAB is probably the biggest event of the film, TV and video industry when it comes to new tools, equipment and software. This roundup of roundups will fill you in on the latest products and developments.
Handling audio, deleting cache files and moving sequences to different projects – we share three ways to improve your Premiere Pro video editing.
Show your inner hipster with these “vintage” Instagram filters for FCP, Premiere, and After Effects.
In this video tutorial we learn how to blur out faces using Adobe After Effects.
Sort through your tagged footage with the Timeline Index in FCPX.
Richard Harrington offers free slides from his “Getting Organized Before You Edit” talk from NAB 2014.
Adobe is scaling back the sales of their CS6 software suite. CS6 will not be sold through certain volume-licensing plans or resellers.
Motion graphics expert Mikey Borup explains how to use his super helpful Magic Wand tool in After Effects.
Although the cinematographer and editor work in different phases of projects, by collaborating early, their synched efforts will result in a better final film.
If you need to turn a client PDF into a series of still images to put into your edit, this this little workflow tip could save you a ton of time!
Find your inner child with this Easter Egg hunt through Adobe After Effects.
Make your motion titles more impactful with this After Effects trick.