It’s been an exciting week in the world of filmmaking and gear. Here are a few news stories you may have missed.
Here’s a quick tip that comes in handy when creating a storyboard edit in Premiere Pro CC 2015.
Here’s the easiest way to find where you’ve used a clip in Premiere Pro CC 2015.
Light leaks can add a vintage charm to you videos or allow you to cover up rough edits. Here are some great places to get free light leaks.
Here’s a Premiere Pro tip on how to perform a quick quality control check of your final edit for unintended gaps.
Need to export a lot of sequences or clips at the same time? No problem! Here’s how to batch export in Premiere Pro.
Editing a motion picture is truly an art all its own. Here’s a look at some of the greatest edited sequences and the filmmakers that influenced them.
Looking to advance in your editing career? Check out this pro advice from Edit Fest London 2015.
Is one color grading tool that much better than the other? Let’s look at the differences between DaVinci Resolve and Magic Bullet.
What is offline video editing? How does it work….and is it a thing of the past? In this post we dig into the topic and explore what relevancy offline editing has in the digital video age.
Inception horns or no Inception horns? Creating an awesome trailer is much more difficult than it looks. Let’s explore the best way to put together footage and music for trailers.
Learn three commands that will make your revisions faster and easier with this Premiere Pro tip!