Posts Tagged ‘tips’
If you’re just starting out or would like to brush up on your cinematography skills, then check out these great video tutorials to get great shots for your film.
Handling audio, deleting cache files and moving sequences to different projects – we share three ways to improve your Premiere Pro video editing.
Combining gradient mapping and blend modes can be used to create fun, unique looks in After Effects.
Charts and graphs can sometime be a pain to create and animate in After Effects, especially pie charts. This very simple, quick method gets the numbers exact while allowing huge flexibly.
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.