Video tutorials covering filmmaking, production and post. Software covered includes Avid, After Effects and Final Cut Pro.
In this film/video production tutorial we show you a few techniques for using a camera dolly/slider with your DSLR. Sliders are an inexpensive way to make your shots more engaging and dynamic!
In this video tutorial, learn how to give your footage an organic watercolor look in After Effects – complete with paint-in/paint-out reveal!
Reset your AE workspace by closing all open compositions using a simple shortcut – great when working with complex projects!
Create complex scenes of live action and CG, using Cineware! This demo on the Cinema 4D Lite and After Effects integration was recorded live at Siggraph 2013.
Create complex animations in Adobe After Effects with advanced paths. In this video tutorial you’ll learn basic through intermediate motion path techniques in AE.
When bringing your video editing projects into DaVinci Resolve you may have incorrect footage show up in your timeline. In this video tutorial learn how to remedy this common error by swapping out your shots.
Bring your Avid projects into Scratch for high-end finishing. In this video tutorial you’ll learn how to roundtrip your video editing projects from Avid to Scratch.
Unleash the power of Cinema 4D in your After Effects projects! In this tutorial we walk you through the basics of the AE to C4D workflow, including prepping your footage by stabilizing and tracking.
Create hand drawn text in Adobe After Effects without any 3rd party plugins or filters! Learn how to create a write-on stop motion text effect in this AE video tutorial.
In this post we explore options for roundtripping from Final Cut Pro X to Logic Pro X for a comprehensive post production workflow. Good tips for any FCPX video editor!
Pick up some sound mixing tips from the pros! In this post, we share examples of pro sound mixes and how you can apply these techniques to your own audio editing work.
If you’re in a pinch this technique for achieving smooth tracking shots with only a monopod or tripod should do the trick!