Posts Tagged ‘keyframes’
Ever wonder where some of those strange post-production terms came from? Here are some origin stories you might not know.
You don’t have to be in After Effects to have smooth keyframes. Learn how to access the graph editor in this Premiere Pro tutorial.
Learn the best time to use behaviors instead of keyframes in this Apple Motion video tutorial.
Explore the different types of keyframes in Adobe Premiere Pro! In this post, we show you how to modify spatial and temporal keyframes – making your animations look more seamless and professional!
Get schooled on animation in Adobe Premiere Pro. In this post we show you all the basics of animation, including adding keyframes, moving bezier handles and modifying interpolation.
Learn how to create the zoom and pan effect made popular by documentary filmmaker Ken Burns. Using this effect makes plain and static subjects come to life with simple zooms and movement.
Edit audio faster and with more precision! In this post, we show you how to automatically create keyframes in Premiere Pro using the Audio Automation Modes.
A new After Effects script allows you to copy and paste multiple keyframes from multiple layers! Check out this simple AE script to speed up your video editing and motion design.
Keyframing audio—otherwise known as rubber banding—is a fairly standard procedure in Avid Media Composer, as it allows you to easily raise and lower your audio levels within the boundaries of clips in your Timeline. This tutorial will go over the basics of how to perform rubber banding, as well as some useful tips for quick audio keyframe manipulation.