Posts Tagged ‘Workflow’
4K footage looks amazing but it can make video editing a nightmare if you don’t know how to set up your projects. In the following video by Luke Neumann, we learn how to properly edit and export 4K footage using Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects.
In this free 5 part video tutorial series you’ll learn how to emulate organic film looks in After Effects.
Curious about Assimilate Scratch? The following tutorials share the features of a Scratch post production pipeline and show you how to get started.
When working in a collaborative post production environment it is ESSENTIAL to use thoughtful organization in your video editing projects. Follow our tips for prepping your projects to hand off to another editor or post production specialist.
Being an organized video editor is the key to keeping your sanity and landing more work. In this post we share a useful bin structure and free project file to give your video editing projects an organizational edge.
Need to import single frames into Autodesk Smoke? This feature was left off the newest version of Smoke but in this video tutorial you’ll learn a helpful workaround.
DaVinci Resolve is now more than just color grading. Learn how to create and modify basic video edits inside of Resolve and Resolve Lite.
Exporting video from Photoshop is easily explained in this video tutorial by Richard Harrington.
In this post, you’ll learn how to create – and even import – speed changes into DaVinci Resolve. This powerful features offers tons of options for quality speed effects.
Need to modify a flattened asset in After Effects? Can’t seem to locate the original comp? This simple After Effects feature will help you quickly locate the source for assets in your project.
In this post we take our cues from traditional narrative writing and apply these techniques to video editing. Learn a few tips for crafting a successful story in your video projects.
Multicam isn’t just for live events! In this post we share a powerful workflow for organizing and editing your narrative projects with Final Cut Pro X’s multicam.