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.
Give your video editing projects a unique retro style with this film grain and light leaks. In this post, we’ve rounded up the best third party film grain and light leaks for video editors.
In this post, we’ll show you how to use an Adobe workflow (Premiere and Encore) to create a searchable web DVD using Flash – a unique way to create interactive content for the web.
Utilize Adobe’s powerful Audition audio application for finishing your mixes from Premiere Pro. In this post we show the benefit of using Audition’s robust tools over the included audio effects in Premiere Pro.
Thinking about switching to Smoke 2013 for video editing? This video demonstrates the features in Smoke 2013, and the Smoke post-production process. Tons of useful info.
RED releases an EPIC Monochrome camera for high end film production. In this post, we show you how to work with this footage in your video editing and post production workflows.
Learn how to add lights to your video footage in Apple Motion. These tutorials will walk you through the process of creating realistic lighting in your video projects.
Does it ever pay to work for free? In this post, we consider 3 reasons why it actually may prove beneficial for creative professionals, like video editors and photographers, to take on unpaid work.
In this post we share 5 effects for Adobe After Effects that can improve the look and style of your video editing and motion design projects. Learn how to use Set Matte, CC Light Sweep, Roughen Edges, CC Composite and Color Finesse.
EVERYTHING you need to know about the release of Smoke 2013. We provide answers to all of your Smoke questions including titling, effects, editing and compatibility.
Discover how to use Assimilate Scratch for your post production needs. These Scratch video tutorials cover the foundations of using this high-end DI app.
Discover how the J/K/L shortcut keys are not only useful for controlling playback, but also trimming, in your Premiere Pro video editing projects. A great way to speed up your video editing work!
Check out these 3 mobile apps that will greatly improve your color grading skills and knowledge on the go. Best of all, they’re FREE!