Curious about aspect ratios? Film and video pros need to know the difference in ratios, when to use them and why? In this post we roundup great tutorials on working with different ratios, as well as a few useful aspect ratio calculators.
Get effective color grading results by using a subtractive color corrector, instead of the additive color correction filter that comes with your video editing software. In this post we share the benefits of subtractive color correction and how to use it in your video editing projects!
Learn how to quickly reconnect files in Final Cut Pro X – an essential tip for video editors testing out stock or production music in their projects before buying.
In this post, we share tips and insight from one of Hollywoods legendary directors, Steven Spielberg. Great inspiration and advice for creative professionals, video editors and producers/directors.
Check out this informative tutorial for creating shattered glass in After Effects without 3rd party plugins – great for a video intro or trailer!
Speed up the process of creating graphs in After Effects. This FREE plugin will let you create a dynamic, animated bar graph fast!
Working with footage with difficult color casts? Follow these tips to quickly correct bad white balance and color casts in your video projects!
How do you maintain your creativity and focus when working on a long-term project? Take your cues from the folks at Pixar – in this post we share some of their secrets in successfully creating major film projects.
Adobe has launched the new Creative Cloud and we’ve rounded up a few resources to get you started. Good info for new and existing Adobe video editors and creative pros.
Follow this simple video tutorial to create slick text in Adobe After Effects! Great for intros and title sequences.
In this color grading quick tip, we discuss why it’s better to use full screen vs split screen when matching your shots – good advice for colorists and video editors!
In this post we share a quick tip for color balancing your video footage! Good judgment is often the most important ‘tool’ for picking a white and black point in your video clips.