Posts Tagged ‘tip’
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!
Final Cut Pro X gives editors the ability to sync any folder on their hard drive to the application! In this post, we’ll take a look at how to sync up image folders in FCPX and tackle a few tips for using the Photo Browser! Make your Final Cut Pro edits more organized and efficient!
Want to decrease render times in Final Cut Pro and Final Cut Pro X? One reason your project may be rendering slow is because your images are not optimized for your project. In this quick tutorial we’ll look at how and why to resize your images for video editing!
Learn how to create a smooth, defined ending for any music track, regardless of length. This editing trick gives your project a professional feel, providing closure and finality to the end of any scene or sequence!
In Final Cut Pro X, Apple has included a new “Find and Replace” tool for text elements. Now you can make global changes to text or very quickly locate specific words that appear in your video projects. A very nice addition to FCPX!
With Final Cut Pro X, Apple introduced the new instant replay tool – a function that automates the creation of replays in any project timeline. Great for use with sports or action-heavy programming, the instant replay function can save time and increase the efficiency of your edits!
In this post, we’ll take a look at Final Cut Pro’s built-in gain adjustment tool — a quick way to raise or lower all of the audio in your FCP sequences!