Posts Tagged ‘editing’
Inception horns or no Inception horns? Creating an awesome trailer is much more difficult than it looks. Let’s explore the best way to put together footage and music for trailers.
Learn three commands that will make your revisions faster and easier with this Premiere Pro tip!
Keeping your assets organized in your NLE is vital, but now you’ve got to organize your hard drive. Here’s a great way to do it.
Use the effect masking tools to easily create quick vignette effects in Premiere Pro!
Problem solving leads to new skills. Here are three things I’ve learned recently while editing in Premiere Pro.
When you’re going through b-roll to pull selects, a few simple keyboard shortcuts can save you a ton of time. Get the scoop in this Premiere Pro tutorial.
A quick change of your poster frame can help you better organize your editing work flow in a big way. Find out more in this Premiere Pro tutorial.
Cutting a film trailer is an art form of its own and requires a very unique approach. Follow these five film trailer editing tips and get your film noticed.
Introducing Media Composer | First, a free version of of Avid’s high-end NLE.
A good first and last impression is key in any industry. Here are 55 side-by-side examples of the first and last frames of popular Hollywood films.
While using stock sound effects can yield great results and save crucial time, accurately and convincingly depicting the visuals may require foley work.
Use these handy tips to speed up the editorial process significantly and get to the finish line faster.