Posts Tagged ‘tips’
Here are 3 settings you probably don’t know about in Adobe Media Encoder that mate save you time and hassle!
Using only available light maybe a stylistic choice for your film project – but it must be executed well. In this post, I share 3 tips for effectively shooting with natural light.
Understanding the basic principles of ‘good design’ will enable you to make better decisions about how you create your motion graphics and title work. In this post we share 7 fundamentals that EVERY motion designer should know.
Know all the features of the Premiere Pro project panel to get the most out of your video editing! In this post, we dish out on some favorite features of the PP project panel.
Use the 32-bit color setting in After Effects for more than just color grading. We share a trick for getting brighter than white color using 32-bit and experiment with it to create unique effects!
When working in a collaborative post production environment it is ESSENTIAL to use thoughtful organization in your video editing projects. Follow our tips for prepping your projects to hand off to another editor or post production specialist.
Being an organized video editor is the key to keeping your sanity and landing more work. In this post we share a useful bin structure and free project file to give your video editing projects an organizational edge.
Need to modify a flattened asset in After Effects? Can’t seem to locate the original comp? This simple After Effects feature will help you quickly locate the source for assets in your project.
In this post we take our cues from traditional narrative writing and apply these techniques to video editing. Learn a few tips for crafting a successful story in your video projects.
Change the orientation of your audio meters in Premiere Pro – and create a more efficient video editing experience! In this post you’ll learn how to adjust your video editing layout for horizontal audio meters and see first-hand the positive benefits it will bring to your editing.
Make your audio editing more efficient using track based effects in Adobe Premiere Pro. Track based effects and submixes can save you time when working with temp audio or when you need to add global changes to all the music in your project.
Save time in your video edits by efficiently logging clips on the front end. Adobe Prelude is a powerful logging tool and in this post we show you how to make best use of it for two common types of interview styles.