Posts Tagged ‘Final Cut Pro’
FilmConvert is a powerful post production tool that can quickly give your digital footage an organic film look. In this post we take a look at FilmConvert, it’s capabilities and how to integrate it into your video editing or color grading workflow.
When working in a collaborative post production environment it is ESSENTIAL to use thoughtful organization in your video editing projects. Follow our tips for prepping your projects to hand off to another editor or post production specialist.
Being an organized video editor is the key to keeping your sanity and landing more work. In this post we share a useful bin structure and free project file to give your video editing projects an organizational edge.
We take a look back at the post production trends and industry landscape of 2013 – and look ahead to the future of video editing in 2014.
We’ve rounded up a TON of free resources for video and film editors. Light leaks, vignettes, post production utility apps and everything in between – build out your digital asset library with these FREE video editing resources.
Supercharge your Smoke video editing with hotkeys (or shortcuts). In this post you’ll learn how to customize your Smoke shortcuts and learn some tips for custom shortcuts you shouldn’t edit without.
If you’re working with ARRIRAW files, this post is a must read. Learn how to use DaVinci Resolve Lite to transcode your ARRIRAW footage for optimized editing.
Speed up your video editing with these shortcuts for Final Cut Pro! Commit them to memory to be a more efficient video editor.
Are you a diehard Final Cut Pro 7 user that refuses to make the switch to another app? In this post, pick up a few essential tips for keeping FCP 7 running as smoothly as possible into the future.
Joining the exodus of editors making the switch from FCP to Premiere Pro? Check out this handy video detailing 10 key differences between the video editing applications.
Adobe is adding new features to improve video editing in Premiere Pro. Here are 10 features that Final Cut Pro editors will especially love!
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!