Posts Tagged ‘video tutorials’
Are you an editor looking to improve your motion graphics work? In this post we’ve curated the best tutorials on useful motion graphics and visual effects techniques.
This video editing de-flicker trick is ideal for removing unsightly light flicker from your shots. Simply layer your shots and offset – it’s easy, fast and drastically improve the look of your slow motion and high shutter shots.
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.
Animating characters in After Effects is easier than you might think! In this tutorial you’ll learn how to easily create character animations using a layered Photoshop file and the After Effects puppet tool.
Blackmagic has released Resolve V10 – a free upgrade for DaVinci users. Check out the new features that will add tons of value for any pro colorist or video editor.
Incandescent lights offer near perfect color reproduction. In this video tutorial you’ll learn how to successfully integrate incandescent lights in your video productions.
New to working with CinemaDNG files? In this post we share useful info on production and post CinemaDNG workflows. Highlights include creating offline CinemaDNG proxies, grading CinemaDNG files and real-world case studies of CinemaDNG in action.
Check out these 5 FREE templates for Autodesk Smoke! Sharpen your Smoke skills and add sharp looking graphics to your video editing projects.
Create a bar graph in Adobe After Effects – quickly! In this video tutorial you’ll learn how to create animated bar graphs in AE without any third party plugins.
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.
Want to make a documentary? Pick up some tips from industry pros that have done it. In this roundup we share talks by influential documentary directors and editors.
if you’re new to expressions in After Effects, wiggle is a good place to start! Use wiggle to add random movement to elements in your AE projects. In this post, we’ll show you how.