The latest video editing and post production tips, tricks and tutorials. Applications covered include Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Smoke and Cinema 4D.
In this post-production roundup, we go over 5 different ways you can add some FREE cinematic video effects to your footage.
Every director has a go-to shot that makes a scene unmistakably their own. Let’s take a look at 7 iconic cinematography techniques.
Yes, you can edit video in Photoshop, but should you? Here are a few tricks you can pull off to quickly and easily add a little life …
Need that DV look for your ’90s-era project? Here’s how you can turn back the clock on your footage in Adobe After Effects
You need a rotating shot, but you don’t have a multi-axis rig or a spinning set. No problem. Here’s how you can pull off the look on …
Dirtying up a clean digital image with a film grain overlay is relatively simple, and it’s a perfect way to add a touch of nostalgia your project.
This tutorial will take a look at how to set up a custom workspace in Premiere Pro that will significantly speed up our post work.
The rolling shutter in CMOS chips can cause flash frames. Here’s how you can fix them and get your project back on track.
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.
Here are some tips for giving constructive feedback to editors that will keep everyone’s workflows healthy and productive.
Explore the nuances of cutting comedy and drama together with experienced comedy editor Kent Kincannon in the Sundance 2019’s “Before You Know It.”
From grabbing location inserts to creating a promo video without leaving your office, royalty-free footage is an excellent way to save time and money.