With Premiere Pro CS6 you can add audio effects not only to clips, but also entire tracks! In this post we share several ways to use the audio effects within Premiere Pro.
Learn from the best! In this post, we’ve rounded up some of the best advice from leading Hollywood directors.
Need to pull a green screen key? After Effects provides the tools to give you clean keys and in this blog post we’ll show you how.
Sharpen your After Effects skills! In this post, we’ve rounded up 10 resources for FREE After Effects training – including video tutorials, informative blog posts and free AE templates and project files.
Is the traditional storyboard going away in favor of digital previsualization? In this post we celebrate the art form of traditional storyboarding by showcasing the visualization work of famous films and directors.
Don’t be intimidated by scripting in After Effects! We’ve rounded up a few online resources to get you started modifying and creating your own AE scripts – a great way to make your post production workflow more efficient.
Learn how to create organic looking character rigs in Adobe After Effects in this video tutorial. Download the corresponding project file to get hands-on practice.
Learn how to quickly pull a chroma key in Premiere Pro – an essential skill for working with green and blue screen video footage. In this post, we’ll show you how.
Keep your skills sharp – get the most out of online training. In this post, we’ve rounded up tips to maximize your online learning. Applicable for any industry or profession!
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.
If you’re looking to make your audio pop master the EQ settings in Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition. In this post, we show you how to manipulate your EQ to make the audio in your project more impactful.
Discover how to create persistent range selections in Final Cut Pro X in this quick video tutorial. Grab multiple selections from a single clip, using either the mouse of keyboard shortcuts. Good info for any FCPX editor.