Posts Tagged ‘video tutorial’
In this tutorial, in our on-going series on Lighting for Video, we dig deeper into incandescent lighting. Explore different options for incadeccent lighting, as well as some examples of incandescent lighting setups.
Powerful metadata is one feature that makes Final Cut Pro X powerful. In this post, we share a few videos and training tutorials to show you how to get the very most out of metadata in your FCPX edits.
We go keyframe crazy in this Adobe After Effects video tutorial. Learn how to create a dynamic flag animation using only shape layers and simple keyframing techniques.
Create a dynamic stripe transition in After Effects – a versatile animation that can be easily customized. Then save the animation as a preset so you can quickly use it again in the future. In this After Effects video tutorial we’ll show you how.
Learn to create the popular flat design circle burst animation in After Effects – useful for infographics, titles and logo reveals.
In this After Effects tutorial we’ll show you how to create a simple push button animation – useful for a variety of projects like infographics and product demos.
Pick up a TON of new Cinema 4D tips and tricks in this machine gun style video tutorial. This is a MUST watch for any serious Cinema 4D user.
Check out these 5 FREE templates for Autodesk Smoke! Sharpen your Smoke skills and add sharp looking graphics to your video editing projects.
One useful (but perhaps lesser known) feature added to Premiere Pro 7.1 is the ability to customize video overlays. In this video tutorial you’ll discover how to best adjust these settings for your video editing needs.
In this video tutorial we’ll show you how to create a 3D room with Photoshop and After Effects – a super cool effect for video opens.
In this quick video tutorial you’ll learn a trick for blurring out faces in Premiere Pro. Super handy for reality programming or when shooting undercover.
Create particle-like animations in After Effects by retain control over the scale and position of each element in the array. In this After Effects tutorial we’ll demonstrate how to create a controllable shape array – useful for a wide variety of AE projects.