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.
Create a bar graph in Adobe After Effects – quickly! In this video tutorial you’ll learn how to create animated bar graphs in AE without any third party plugins.
One useful (but perhaps lesser known) feature added to Premiere Pro 7.1 is the ability to customize video overlays. In this video tutorial you’ll discover how to best adjust these settings for your video editing needs.
In this video tutorial we’ll show you how to create a 3D room with Photoshop and After Effects – a super cool effect for video opens.
A new app provides a bulk export option for generating still images from your Final Cut Pro X video editing project. See it in action, get more details and find out where to download – free!
Quickly white balance shots in your color grading app with hotkeys. In this post we share the printer light hotkeys for DaVinci Resolve, a simple way to speed up your color grading workflow.
You’ve seen the video in text effect before, but how do you create it in Premiere Pro or After Effects? It’s easier than you might think. In this video editing tutorial we’ll demonstrate two ways for playing video in text.
In this post we bring you another resource for FREE light leaks – great for giving your video footage a vintage, organic look.
Hyperlapse is timelapse on steroids! In this post we share a tutorial for shooting Hyperlapse videos, as well as a few stunning examples of Hyperlapse projects.
In this quick video tutorial you’ll learn a trick for blurring out faces in Premiere Pro. Super handy for reality programming or when shooting undercover.
Use this free After Effects preset to add realistic smoke to your video editing or motion design project.
Want to make a documentary? Pick up some tips from industry pros that have done it. In this roundup we share talks by influential documentary directors and editors.
if you’re new to expressions in After Effects, wiggle is a good place to start! Use wiggle to add random movement to elements in your AE projects. In this post, we’ll show you how.