Organizing your projects is an quick way to make your workflow easier. In the following video by Motion Revolver you’ll learn a few tricks for better organizing your After Effects projects.
When shooting green or blue screen you’ve got to plan ahead. Follow these tips to get the best shots for your chroma key.
We take a look at the awesome “Subaru WRX STI vs Stick Bombs” video and examine how Subaru created it.
Created with a Hyper Sonic Motor and 8 lens groupings, the new Sigma 50mm lens could be a real contender for photographers and filmmakers.
The Interpret Footage feature in After Effects is handy looping your clips and modifying the frame rate. In this useful After Effects tutorial we’ll show you how to do both.
This new snowmobile mounted camera crane is a beast – capturing awesome shots in remote and hard to access areas. Check it out!
Speed up your Adobe Premiere Pro video editing! In this post we share some killer tips for improving your video editing in Premiere.
In the following video tutorial by Evan Abrams, you’ll discover how to import and utilize Illustrator files in After Effects.
Time-lapse footage is a great way to make your videos look much more professional. In the following video we take a look at how to make time-lapse video and also round-up a few of our favorite time-lapse videos on the Internet.
Whether you’re needing footage for compositing or simply building your library these 10 smoke stock videos are sure to help with your future projects.
Backing up files in FCPX is a quick and easy way to protect your projects from getting deleted. The following video from MackBreak Studio explains the ins and outs of backing up your FCPX libraries.
Baselight is a powerful color grading platform used in professional film, commercial and TV work. In this post, we share a workflow for achieving a dramatic color look using Baselight.