Posts Tagged ‘Timeline’
Among the changes of the next version of Adobe Premiere Pro is an updated Timeline Panel. In this post we explore some of the new feature additions and how they can improve your Premiere Pro video editing.
Create dynamic animations in Autodesk Smoke! In this post, we show you what you need to know about keyframing media with the Channel Editor in Autodesk Smoke.
Premiere Pro power users will want to check out these handy tricks for working with clips in the timeline. Learn how to quickly multi-select, swap and arrange footage with ease.
We break down the render time differences between working in a Smoke Timeline or using Smoke ConnectFX. Follow our tips and tricks to optimize and speed up your Smoke video editing and compositing.
Discover how the J/K/L shortcut keys are not only useful for controlling playback, but also trimming, in your Premiere Pro video editing projects. A great way to speed up your video editing work!
Discover some of Autodesk Smoke’s most powerful features – keying video footage. In this post, we explore how to use the professional keyers in Smoke to most successfully pull clean keys. Important for working with green/blue screen footage.
Learn how to use 3 and 4 point editing in Adobe Premiere Pro and get more precise control over your video edits!
Quickly fill your timeline with video footage by using the ‘automate clips to sequence markers’ setting in Premiere Pro. Check out this Premiere Pro tutorial for a run-down of how to implement this handy video editing tool.
Speed up your post workflow by knowing the right click commands in Adobe Premiere Pro. Here’s the 10 click commands you need to be using!
In this post, we’ll show you how to get better control over your audio in FCPX editing by subframes. Extreme precision!
Navigate through your timeline using Premiere Pro navigation shortcuts. Check out these essential shortcuts to speed up your Premiere Pro video editing!
Use this set of keyboard shortcuts to navigate around the Premiere Pro user interface. Select an individual Premiere Pro project panel or quickly cycle through them.