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.
In this video tutorial we show you a quick way to create swirling titles in After Effects – perfect for film trailers and video intros.
Assimilate’s Scratch Play is a powerful video player that can handle both pro and consumer formats – great for on-set review or video editing and effects work!
After Effects can be a powerful finishing tool for your video edits. In this post, we outline a few ways to prepare your video editing timeline for an AE finish.
Many feature additions to After Effects CC may not be obvious but WILL save you time! In this video you’ll learn how to take full advantage of the updates to AE CC.
In this post we take a look at Kollaborate, a cloud based client review app for video editors.
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!
Discover an efficient multicam workflow in Final Cut Pro X. In this live demo you’ll see a FCPX workflow from ingest to delivery.
Don’t neglect audio in your video production and filmmaking projects! We’ve rounded up a few resources to keep your audio sounding great, from on-set through final deliverables.
In this post, we dig into Luca’s Visual FX – an assortment of visual effects, transitions and filters for video editors. More than just a review of the effects, we’ll show you how to install and tweak them in your video editing projects!
In this video editing tutorial, we show you how to combine the tools in Adobe Speedgrade and Premiere Pro to create a customized vignette you can save for use in multiple projects in the future!
What are LUTs and how can they improve your color grading workflow? In this post, we take a look at how LUTs are used in high end color grading work and share a tutorial for getting started with LUTs in DaVinci Resolve!
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