Posts Tagged ‘Video Editing’
Nothing says “rushed job” or “lack of attention to detail” like misspellings. Learn to use the FCPX spell checker and improve the quality of your work.
Save time and streamline edit sessions using the multicam feature in Final Cut Pro X! In these comprehensive tutorials you’ll discover the tricks for synching multiple tracks and cutting them all at once.
Create your own custom template any transition, generator or effect in Final Cut Pro X. Discover how to use this handy trick!
Give your project a unique vintage look with the Film Stocks plug-in from Digital Film Tools. Choose from over 288 classic looks to create a distinct visual style!
Want to know what the average video makes and how you stack up in comparison? We’ve got info from a recent report about the present and future outlook of the post-production industry, as well as ways you can stay on top!
Learn Avid Media Composer in these in-depth video podcast tutorials. Avid newbies and veterans alike will gain crucial insight into project management, working with audio and more.
Want to save time and drive up client satisfaction? Creative professionals will want to follow this very simple strategy for remembering project details and client preferences.
Simulate realistic digital image distortion with the Data Glitch plugin for After Effects. This grungy hi-tech look is perfect for giving text and video elements an edgy style.
Autodesk announces a major update to their Smoke post-production application at this years NAB show. Smoke 2013 adds a more robust feature set and gets a major price drop, as Autodesk attempts to attract a wider user base.
Video editors, learn the 3 tips for engaging client communication, involvement and satisfaction. Increase the quality of your work and keep your edit sessions running smoothly!
Apple releases the 10.0.4 Update to Final Cut Pro X. Among the improvements in this new release are improved broadcast monitoring and multi-cam editing.
YouTube introduces 3D conversions of their high resolution 2D videos. So, will YouTube’s 3D technology be adopted by users? Is it really necessary?