Posts Tagged ‘Video Editing’
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 you can achieve unique effects by using blending modes in your video editing projects. In this post, we take an in-depth look at how using screen mode can quickly remove a solid background in AE, FCP or Premiere.
See what each of the FCPX transitions, filters and generators do without having to test each one in your project. These demo videos show real world examples of every Final Cut Pro X effect in action.
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.
Discover how to keep your FCPX project more organized and save time! In this post, we’ll show you how to combine audio files by using compound clips in Final Cut Pro X.
Do more video editing and less head scratching! Get down to the bottom of common video editing errors with the Editcodes app for iOS.
A new After Effects script allows you to copy and paste multiple keyframes from multiple layers! Check out this simple AE script to speed up your video editing and motion design.
In our ongoing blog coverage of the new Smoke 2013 we explore each of the ConnectFX nodes. In this post, discover how and why to use the 2D Histogram and 2D Transform nodes in Smoke 2013.
We’ve got 10 tips every Adobe Premiere Pro editor should know! Whether you’re a FCP to Premiere convert or a seasoned Adobe vet, these tips will make you a more efficient editor.
Jump into DaVinci Resolve 9 with these 3 overview tutorial videos! Great info for newbies or Resolve pros looking to get familiar with the new feature set and user interface.
Videolicious is a mobile app that aims to simply the video editing experience. But…is the simplification and automation of video editing a threat to pro editors?
Take the guesswork out of using Panasonic P2 footage in Premiere Pro. Learn how to quickly browse P2 clips and bring into your project using Adobe Premiere Pro’s Media Browser!