Posts Tagged ‘video production’
We’ve rounded up 10 of the best filmmaking and video production apps for under $10. Discover how these handy tools can improve your workflow and assist you on and off set.
Check out 3 Kickstarter campaigns that are attempting to bring exciting new video production and editing products to public market!
Custom instruments combine to create this captivating performance video. An audio and video creative inspiration – check it out!
Discover 3 utility nodes in Autodesk Smoke: Deal, Deinterlace, Difference Matte. Explore our in-depth coverage of these Smoke ConnectFX nodes to improve your video projects!
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.
In this post, we showcase some of the new improvements to the audio meters in Adobe Premiere Pro. Discover how changes in the look and function of these tool can make working with audio easier – and sound better!
Here’s a great DIY project for creating a tripod umbrella holder to keep you and your gear dry…and your hands free. Can be made for only a few dollars and a few minutes of time. Very useful!
Check out this set of camera guides for the video professional. Easy to understand and covering 20 models, these guides make it easy to get the camera info you need…quickly!
In this post, in our ongoing coverage of the ConnectFX nodes in Autodesk Smoke, we breakdown Damage and Deform. Learn how you can achieve unique effects in your videos with these special effects type nodes!
In this post, we take a good look at the layouts and workspaces in Adobe Premiere Pro. Discover how to utilize Premiere’s specialized layouts as well as how to create your custom workspace. Save time and increase video editing efficiency!
Red Giant Software makes a significant upgrade to the Plural Eyes audio/video syncing software. Now up to 20X faster than before, Plural Eyes 3 is an indispensible tool for editors working with DSLR footage and externally recorded audio.
Check out this post for a TON of useful info about working with the vectorscope when color correcting and color grading your video footage. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to read the Premiere Pro vectorscope, as well as use it for correcting skin tones.