Posts Tagged ‘Quick Tips’
Fog machines and hazers are some of the most widely used tricks of the trade on film sets, but they certainly aren’t the only way to give your footage a soft hazy look. Here are a few other ways to pull it off.
Filmmakers with limited budgets can often benefit from using mirror kits on set as a means to maintain production value while keeping costs to a minimum.
Discover a Final Cut Pro X feature that flies under the radar for many new editors: copy the attributes of any clip in your timeline and instantly paste them across multiple clips.
Although many software platforms have the capability to edit and color RAW media natively, sometimes Photoshop might be the best tool for the job.
This rarely used feature in FCPX will help significantly reduce your editing time on projects with heavy amounts of b-roll.
Get organized and stay that way with these easy and effective Avid organizational quick tips.
ProRes has gained in popularity as an intermediate codec. In this post we share tips for using ProRes in your video workflow.
Adobe’s Premiere Pro CC application introduces new features for the video editing professional. Check out our 10 favorite Premiere Pro Creative Cloud tips to streamline and optimize your video editing workflow.
In this Adobe Premiere Pro quick tip we’ll show you how to quickly close gaps between clips in your project timeline. A fast way to clean up your Premiere Pro projects!
Keep your Final Cut Pro projects more organized and speed up your post workflow by tagging your media with short comments and keywords. Adding this metadata to your media will allow you to search your FCP project to quickly find the shot you’re looking for!
Final Cut Pro’s auto render function can be set to initiate when the application remains idle for a set period of time. Use this feature to save significant time in your post production workflow!
Expedite your post workflow by quickly locating and indicating all instances of peaked audio on a Final Cut Pro timeline.