Posts Tagged ‘Workflow’
Final Cut Pro X now supports native support for RED camera files. In this quick video tutorial discover a FCPX RED workflow, including how to import and modify .R3D files and using a RED Rocket card for best performance.
Speed up your video editing workflow by learning these 3 techniques for replacing shots in Adobe Premiere Pro. Replace shots while keeping keyframes and clip attributes intact – very handy!
You can now use some plugins and scripts in both After Effects and Premiere. In this video editing tutorial, we show you how to install and use these plugins, as well as save them as presets to save time in the future!
Get a jumpstart on working with DaVinci Resolve in this informative tutorial by professional colorist Dan Moran. Discover the most efficient way to start grading your video footage. Special attention is paid to working with the new Blackmagic Cinema Camera.
Get down to business with Adobe Encore! In this post we share video tutorials that demonstrates all aspects of DVD and Blu-Ray creation using Adobe’s powerful DVD authoring app.
Premiere Pro’s Project Manager is a useful tool for efficiently consolidating and archiving your video editing projects. Media management may not be a very sexy topic, but it’s essential knowledge for all video editors. Discover a few great tips for using Project Manager.
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!
Learn how to nest your clips and sequences in Adobe Premiere Pro to save time and cut down on complexity. In this post we show you how to nest sequences in sequences as well as creating new nested sequences from a selection of clipsl
Discover a workflow for sending your Adobe Premiere Pro sequences to Adobe Audition – perfect for creating a comprehensive audio mix of your film or video project!
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.
Learn to use the “slip” and “slide” editing functions in Adobe Premiere Pro to speed up your workflow and make your edits more precise. Great info for any Premiere Pro video editor!
Harness Adobe Media Encoder’s background encoding feature to speed up your post-production workflow! In this post, we’ll discuss how to get your Premiere and After Effects projects into Encoder, as well as how to setup watch folders. A must read for Adobe users.