Posts Tagged ‘editing’
Keyboards with dedicated macro keys can streamline your editing workflow, so consider these worthy keyboard options and save time on your next edit.
In this writeup, we’ll discuss how to make a scene completely silent, as well as how to reintroduce specific sounds into your scene.
Let’s discuss the usefulness of the Boring Detector for the up-and-coming editor — as well as how and why it is sometimes ineffective.
Take creative control of your next video project by using song stems, and increase the production value of your video edits.
So you need two clips from the same video file at different frame rates in your DaVinci Resolve timeline? No problem — here’s how you do it.
The editor of Jordan Peel’s latest horror masterpiece explains what it’s like editing horror and cutting nonverbal musical scenes.
Editor Eyal Dimant shares some insights based on his work editing with the Coen Brothers on “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.”
In part three of our six-part video series The DaVinci Resolve 15 Crash Course, we cover the edit tools you need for adjusting your clip placements.
Sometimes you don’t need a long tutorial to pick up some new editing tricks. Check out our favorites from Editing Modulations.
Blackmagic Design has just released Resolve 15.2, and in grand Blackmagic fashion, the update is jam-packed with new features, improvements, and fixes.