A good documentary must tell a powerful story. Here are four tips to keep you on track, especially when the going gets tough.
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Need to eliminate (and prevent) popping sounds in one of the audio tracks in your edit? We’ll show you how in this video tutorial.
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Good video editing is all about managing your time. And that begins with keyboard shortcuts. Here are three that every editor needs to know.
Drone footage is everywhere, so how do you capture cinematic shots to make your project stand out? Check out our favorite tips in this video tutorial.
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Audio swells are a dynamic way to add some punch to your transitions. In this video tutorial, we cover how to work with them in your own …
The quality of the sunlight is an important part of any outdoor shoot. Here are a few rules of thumb to make sure you optimize your footage.