Posts Tagged ‘script’
Your script is finally done, ready to be seen and (hopefully) sold. After pouring your blood, sweat and tears into your baby, it seems that the hard part is over and done with, but in many ways the work has just begun.
Easily pre-compose 3D elements with this free script from Video Copilot.
Logline’s can make or break your script’s success. Learn how to write effective one’s in the following video.
Successfully adapting novels into screenplays means that the film version must become its own work of art – a slew of changes must be made to the format, story and characters involved.
You’ve got a script. You’ve got your footage. Now, using this trick in Media Composer you can get the two to work together, saving you time and sanity during the edit.
Struggling to develop or finish your screenplay? We share 3 tips that will get your head clear and back on track.
Make your motion titles more impactful with this After Effects trick.
Our friend, CreativeDojo.net, is giving away a FREE glitch script for After Effects – great for giving your project a lo-fi or tech effect.
Remove unwanted objects or rigs from your video clips using this handy content aware script for After Effects & Photoshop!
As we continue our video tutorial series on the new features in Media Composer 6, we thought we’d highlight the new Find Tool (which was technically introduced in Media Composer 5.5). Its powerful metadata searching capabilities will allow you to burrow deep within your bins, scripts and even the text in your Timeline and monitors to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Avid Media Composer’s ScriptSync (by Nexidia) is one of the most talked about features of any editing software—it has totally revolutionized script-based editing. This tutorial is the second part in a two-part series to explain how to use this incredible tool!
Avid Media Composer’s ScriptSync (by Nexidia) is one of the most talked about features of any editing software—it has totally revolutionized script-based editing. This tutorial is the first part in a two-part series to explain how to set up your script in preparation for editing with ScriptSync!