Posts Tagged ‘tutorials’
Take some style cues from some of the best shows on television – and apply them to your own film and video projects.
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!
Curious about Assimilate Scratch? The following tutorials share the features of a Scratch post production pipeline and show you how to get started.
Jumping to Premiere Pro CC from another video editing application? Check out these 5 tips that will quickly get you up to speed on Premiere.
HitFilm is a crowdfunded visual effects app that’s currently FREE. See HitFilm in action and get all the details in this post.
One of the best ways to refine your color grading skills is to study the work of other pro colorists. In this post, we share a few breakdown videos that will give you detailed insight into how shots were graded.
Invest in your future by sharpening your skillset! In this post we present 5 of our favorite resources for top quality post production training.
Create a look popular in motion design – the animated banner. In this video tutorial we jump into After Effects and show you how to do it with simple shape layers and keyframing.
Are you an editor looking to improve your motion graphics work? In this post we’ve curated the best tutorials on useful motion graphics and visual effects techniques.
Don’t fix it in post. Do your legwork in pre-production to ensure you get the best sounding audio in your film or video project. In this video tutorial you’ll learn several considerations for getting the cleanest audio on-set.
New to working with CinemaDNG files? In this post we share useful info on production and post CinemaDNG workflows. Highlights include creating offline CinemaDNG proxies, grading CinemaDNG files and real-world case studies of CinemaDNG in action.
Create a dynamic stripe transition in After Effects – a versatile animation that can be easily customized. Then save the animation as a preset so you can quickly use it again in the future. In this After Effects video tutorial we’ll show you how.