Posts Tagged ‘editing’
These simple shortcuts can save you a TON of time in your edit bay. Take the time to integrate them into your editing workflow.
Music undeniably plays one of the most important roles in the post production process, as it can largely define your film’s style and tone. But choosing the right music for your project is just the beginning.
Since FCPX shook up the post-production world a few years ago, many editors have been heavily focused on the ‘NLE Wars’, trying to choose the best software for their needs. Now that the dust has settled, let’s look at some fundamental editing techniques that are relevant no matter what system you’re editing on.
This is the beginning of the end: Disney has created a software that can intelligently edit video without human intervention.
Save a whole load of time with this one great tip when working in Premiere Pro CC 2014.
Do you agree with these top 10 movie editing moments of all time?
Don’t waste you or your client’s time by slaving around on a mouse. Utilize keyboard shortcuts into your workflow to complete your project faster.
Each year some of the world’s leading editors gather for EditFest London. Here’s the key lessons we took away from the event!
Adobe’s latest announcement offers improved features, especially for color grading and 6K workflows.
Cut your editing time in half with keyboard shortcuts. This video tutorial provides a ton of insight for working with shortcuts in Final Cut Pro X.
More scenes from the editing bay! Check out these video editing timelines for a close up look at the post-production process.
It’s 60 years after the initial Godzilla roar terrified audiences members, but music experts are now using microscopes to take the sound into the 21st century.