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.
We go keyframe crazy in this Adobe After Effects video tutorial. Learn how to create a dynamic flag animation using only shape layers and simple keyframing techniques.
New to working with CinemaDNG files? In this post we share useful info on production and post CinemaDNG workflows. Highlights include creating offline CinemaDNG proxies, grading CinemaDNG files and real-world case studies of CinemaDNG in action.
Grab this FREE After Effects plugin that recreates the look of expensive anamorphic lenses – useful for giving any film or video project a stylized, vintage feel.
Want to get started with a career in visual effects but not sure where to start? Check out these 5 VFX and animation training resources that are both affordable and convenient.
Save time in your video edits by efficiently logging clips on the front end. Adobe Prelude is a powerful logging tool and in this post we show you how to make best use of it for two common types of interview styles.
Learn to create the popular flat design circle burst animation in After Effects – useful for infographics, titles and logo reveals.
Sweeten your dialogue in Premiere Pro with track based effects. In this post we’ll share the fundamentals of using track based effects, plus 3 settings for great sounding dialogue.
Download free PSDs and 3D models for your app, website or game demo – iPad, iPhone, iMac and other popular Apple style models.
In this post we share 3 custom Premiere Pro shortcuts that will supercharge your video edits – quickly trim to the playhead or delete any media that the playhead is touching.
Check out these 5 FREE templates for Autodesk Smoke! Sharpen your Smoke skills and add sharp looking graphics to your video editing projects.
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.