Video tutorials covering filmmaking, production and post. Software covered includes Avid, After Effects and Final Cut Pro.
In this series of Final Cut Pro X video tutorials you’ll learn how to create Blu-Ray discs in FCPX, as well as use FCPX for editing interview footage. Tons of great info here for the Final Cut Pro X editor!
Working with Blackmagic Cinema Camera RAW files? In this post we’ll show you how to optimize your post production workflow with BMCC files in FCPX and DaVinci Resolve.
See how to import your AE projects into Adobe Media Encoder for After Effects background rendering while you work – a real timesaver!
Check out this video tutorial that shows you how to create stylish light strokes in After Effects using only the standard AE plugins.
Learn After Effects compositing basics in this fun video tutorial. By levitating a cup in AE you’ll learn rig removal, keying and masking techniques.
Want to get started with Mocha? These video tutorials provide in-depth training on the fundamentals on rotoscoping and tracking in Mocha. Useful knowledge for video and VFX editors!
Learn about the benefits of optical flow slow motion in Final Cut Pro X! In these tutorials you’ll see how to give your video footage super smooth slow motion.
Learn how to create professional infographic videos in After Effects. This video tutorial series breaks down a snappy infographic video and shows you how to create the same effects. Great info for the After Effects newbie or veteran.
Learn to manually white balance your camera for consistent DSLR video shooting. Check out this useful video tutorial that explains the tricks for getting a balanced, focused shot manually!
Discover the best way to create HDR timelapse videos in these informative tutorials. From camera setup to post-production editing, quickly learn the tricks for creating this dynamic look.
Smoke 2013 ups the ante with true 3D lens flares. We’ve got 15 FREE lens flares for Smoke 2013 to enhance your video projects!
Speed up your edits and get greater clip consistency by using submixes in Adobe Premiere Pro. Follow this Premiere tutorial to learn how!