In this post, we take a look at the RGB Parade in Premiere Pro, a useful tool for improving the look of your video footage while insuring you stay “broadcast safe”. For newbies and pros alike, this quick tutorial will show you how to get the most out of the RGB Parade.
In this post, we showcase some of the new improvements to the audio meters in Adobe Premiere Pro. Discover how changes in the look and function of these tool can make working with audio easier – and sound better!
Here’s a great DIY project for creating a tripod umbrella holder to keep you and your gear dry…and your hands free. Can be made for only a few dollars and a few minutes of time. Very useful!
We’ve got the scoop on working with the degrain and denoise nodes in Autodesk Smoke. Discover how to use these powerful tools to cleanup and improve your video footage.
Download free aspect ratio overlays for use in your video editing projects. A handy image set to keep in your post production toolkit!
Check out this set of camera guides for the video professional. Easy to understand and covering 20 models, these guides make it easy to get the camera info you need…quickly!
Check out Keith Loutit’s stunning tilt-shift video. Unlke other tilt-shift videos that have static depth of field, this dynamic video puts tilt-shift in motion. Unique and visually impressive!
Speed up your video editing workflow by learning these 3 techniques for replacing shots in Adobe Premiere Pro. Replace shots while keeping keyframes and clip attributes intact – very handy!
Discover how to open up your FInal Cut X projects in Adobe Premiere Pro. This video tutorial shows a nice workaround for editors that are looking to expand into a Premiere Pro post production workflow.