Posts Tagged ‘tip’
Save a whole load of time with this one great tip when working in Premiere Pro CC 2014.
Ensure that only your best work gets shared AND guarantee that your client pays up! Watermarking your video editing projects can keep you more organized and protects your livelihood.
Check out this inexpensive (and very handy!) for keeping your camera lens safe and secure! A great trick for DSLR video shooters and photographers.
Learn how to keep your Premiere Pro projects super organized by mastering the bin structure. In this post, we discuss how to keep your projects organized from the start of editing through the post production process!
Learn how to use layer styles in Adobe After Effects to quickly add a unique style to your text. In this post, you’ll discover how combining layer styles with an AE track matte can create a unique text effect.
Discover how using adjustment layers in Adobe Premiere Pro will allow you to create unique looks in less time!
In this post, you’ll learn how to modify the look of your Premiere Pro editing interface by choosing which playback control buttons you’d like to appear.
Keep your Final Cut Pro X timeline more organized by using placeholders or gaps to separate footage. This handy trick is especially useful when creating quick rough cuts!
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.
Bring only the audio or video elements of a batch of clips into a Premiere Pro timeline. This handy trick makes your Premiere Pro video editing more efficient!
Premiere Pro CS6 introduces the new hover scrub feature, a faster way to review footage and set in and out points. Discover how to utilize this cool new feature to make your video edits more efficient!
Learn how using a simple trick might increase the sound quality of your video projects. In this short video, you’ll get step-by-step instructions on how to record audio using your iPhone. It might just save your next project!