Video editing, video production and color grading tutorials. Software covered includes Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro X and Maxon Cinema 4D.
Learn to create the popular flat design circle burst animation in After Effects – useful for infographics, titles and logo reveals.
We kick off our Lighting for Video tutorial series with this introduction to lighting instruments and how to measure output. This is ESSENTIAL knowledge for any video pro!
Pick up a TON of new Cinema 4D tips and tricks in this machine gun style video tutorial. This is a MUST watch for any serious Cinema 4D user.
Check out these 5 FREE templates for Autodesk Smoke! Sharpen your Smoke skills and add sharp looking graphics to your video editing projects.
Create your own photo or video light reflector. These sturdier models are easy to make and are super affordable.
In this video tutorial we’ll show you how to create a 3D room with Photoshop and After Effects – a super cool effect for video opens.
Quickly white balance shots in your color grading app with hotkeys. In this post we share the printer light hotkeys for DaVinci Resolve, a simple way to speed up your color grading workflow.
After Effects can be a powerful finishing tool for your video edits. In this post, we outline a few ways to prepare your video editing timeline for an AE finish.
Control the stacking order of your timeline when Dynamic Linking from Premiere Pro to After Effects – a quick way to customize your project organization.
Save time and hard drive space by creating approval videos in After Effects CC by sending your projects to the Media Encoder queue. In this post we’ll show you how!
In this video editing tutorial, we show you how to combine the tools in Adobe Speedgrade and Premiere Pro to create a customized vignette you can save for use in multiple projects in the future!
All too often directors, producers and even lowly editors get too attached to their temp music. Here are a few thoughts on how to avoid that trap. Photo from Flickr Temp music, or temporary music, is the score you’re editing with until the final or ‘real’ music replaces it. Many editors get into the trap