Posts Tagged ‘Workflow’
Speed up your post workflow by knowing the right click commands in Adobe Premiere Pro. Here’s the 10 click commands you need to be using!
Leverage the tools within Adobe Prelude to ingest and transcode your video footage to ProRes – a solid intermediate codec for video editing! We’ve got the scoop on how to do it.
Speed up your edits and get greater clip consistency by using submixes in Adobe Premiere Pro. Follow this Premiere tutorial to learn how!
Discover how to better organize your projects and increase your editing agility by creating subclips in Adobe Premiere Pro!
Use this set of keyboard shortcuts to navigate around the Premiere Pro user interface. Select an individual Premiere Pro project panel or quickly cycle through them.
Discover how to use the tools in Adobe SpeedGrade CS6 to improve the look of your videos through comprehensive color correction and grading!
Adobe has updated the workspace in Premiere Pro CS6 to a cleaner and more work-friendly layout! In this post, we take a look at how to set your default workspace to suit your editing needs.
No doubt by now you’ve heard a bit about the new Thunderbolt technology by, a collaboration effort between Apple and Intel in 2011 for Apple’s new line of MacBook Pro laptops (as well as MacBook Air, Mac mini and iMac)—and though the hype and performance boost have editors drooling, a year later, adoption could still be a ways off for many users.
Keep your Final Cut Pro projects more organized and speed up your post workflow by tagging your media with short comments and keywords. Adding this metadata to your media will allow you to search your FCP project to quickly find the shot you’re looking for!
Final Cut Pro’s auto render function can be set to initiate when the application remains idle for a set period of time. Use this feature to save significant time in your post production workflow!
When Apple released Final Cut Pro 7 back in 2009 one of the new features that was most overlooked (and under-appreciated) was the ability to export out a marker list in text format.