Posts Tagged ‘tutorials’
Learn about the benefits of optical flow slow motion in Final Cut Pro X! In these tutorials you’ll see how to give your video footage super smooth slow motion.
If you’re looking to step up your DSLR video shooting, check out the new video training store from LearningDSLRVideo.com. Get in-depth tutorials on new cameras and equipment, while improving your DSLR video projects.
Get down to business with Adobe Encore! In this post we share video tutorials that demonstrates all aspects of DVD and Blu-Ray creation using Adobe’s powerful DVD authoring app.
Harness Adobe Media Encoder’s background encoding feature to speed up your post-production workflow! In this post, we’ll discuss how to get your Premiere and After Effects projects into Encoder, as well as how to setup watch folders. A must read for Adobe users.
Adobe Premiere Pro’s Lift & Extract tools let you move portions of clips around different sequences with ease. Discover how to use these tools to improve your video editing workflow.
Increase audio engagement with your film or video project. Discover how to mix 5.1 surround sound directly from within Final Cut Pro X!
A quick video overview of 5 tips to speed up your editing in Final Cut Pro X. Great tips for the new and experienced FCPX video editor!
Discover a color grading workflow to get your video projects to and from DaVinci Resolve. Great tips in these informative video tutorials!
In this post, we continue our coverage of the new Smoke 2013 ConnectFX nodes. Discover how to implement Auto Matte, Average and Auto Stabilize nodes in yoru projects. Simulate motion blur and stabilize your video footage.
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.
Smoke 2013 ups the ante with true 3D lens flares. We’ve got 15 FREE lens flares for Smoke 2013 to enhance your video projects!
Discover how to better organize your projects and increase your editing agility by creating subclips in Adobe Premiere Pro!