Posts Tagged ‘editing’
No matter what style or genre your film may be, there are certain universal rules that you should be following to ensure your trailer is as strong as possible.
A killer demo reel is the biggest asset you have when trying to pick up work in the film industry. Unfortunately though, many talented directors, DPs and editors don’t understand what it takes to cut a great reel, and end up losing work because of it.
Music can drive your story and enhance the message of your film, but the process of marrying the two is often underestimated.
There are a lot of really great discounts on post-production softwares available to students. We rank them from best to worst in the following post.
Ever wondered what it’s like to edit an animated feature? These professional video editors let you into their world.
With such easy access to video editing apps, many indie film directors are doubling as editors on their own productions as a means to streamline their creative process, but ultimately are coming up short when it comes time to deliver a final cut.
Proxies are a great way to save time in the editing bay. Learn how to create and use them in this Adobe Premiere Pro quick tip tutorial.
Are you a video editor with a Mac Pro? Check out these great resources to make sure you’re getting the most from it.
The video editors of television’s most popular shows offer a wealth of insight into how they solve their most challenging edits.
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.