Posts Tagged ‘Workflow’
In this post we take the CTRL+Console video editing controller for a real world spin. See our thoughts on using this iPad based video editing controller in Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X projects.
We’re bringing you 10 more websites that filmmakers and cinematographer NEED to be reading! These useful sites offer informative tutorials, detailed product reviews and tips for making it in the film and video industry.
We share the recipe for creating a highly stylized vintage look in SpeedGrade. Experiment with the settings to get a custom look of your own!
Archive your projects securely and on the cheap. This archiving solution will show you how to create multiple backups for less dough.
In this post we demystify Smoke’s Read File node. Learn how and when to use it in your Smoke video editing projects.
In this post, we show you the difference between grading in 8 bit vs 32 bit color and how it can improve your video color grades!
Adobe is adding new features to improve video editing in Premiere Pro. Here are 10 features that Final Cut Pro editors will especially love!
If you’re a working director of photography, or interested in the art of cinematography, be sure to check out these in-depth profiles of the process and insights of three leading Hollywood DPs.
Make your color grades easily modifiable by grading in layers in your video editing app. With a grade layer you only need to adjust one filter, instead of each clip individually!
If you’re looking to break into motion design and visual effects, or simply want to pick up some new tips and tricks, check out our roundup of 10 terrific graphics and VFX resources!
Although Smoke is known primarily as a video editing and effects application, there are also many features for working with audio. In this post, we show you how to get the most out of the audio tools in Smoke!
How do you maintain your creativity and focus when working on a long-term project? Take your cues from the folks at Pixar – in this post we share some of their secrets in successfully creating major film projects.