Posts Tagged ‘Post Production’
Discover the cloud based features in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Quickly access to YOUR video editing preferences and tools no matter where you are or what computer you are using.
Spotmaps provide a quick way to see a color palette of an entire film. Discover how these unique color maps can be used to think critically about the use of color in your own projects.
Many videos pros are worried about lower barriers to entry creating an onslaught of amateur looking to break into the professional market. In this post, we share a few thoughts on why pros should actually welcome a new legion of amateur video creators.
In this video tutorial, learn how to create a cool graffiti/paint drip effect in After Effects using Trapcode Particular!
One of the most challenging aspects of any creative profession is working with clients. In this post we share some tips for using client feedback sessions as a way to build trust with your client and make your project timeline smooth and successful.
Adobe has improved After Effects with the addition of features that will make video editing and motion graphics work faster and more powerful. Check out some of our favorite new features including bicubic scaling, the refine edge tool and new export options.
Final Cut Pro X makes it super easy to isolate one color in your video image. In this post, we share 3 video tutorials that show you how to achieve this popular Sin City/Pleasantville effect in FCPX!
Looking for a powerhouse computer for your video editing and post production work? Make one! Here are some essential links with insight into building a custom PC or Hackintosh system.
Curious about Smoke 2013 for your video editing work? In this post we share an interview with Autodesk’s Smoke lead and share some of our most popular Smoke video editing and compositing tutorials!
Learn Mocha! In this video tutorial you’ll discover how to utilize the powerful Mocha AE toolset for motion tracking in After Effects.
In creative projects, with differing visions and tight deadlines, things occasionally go wrong. Sometimes, really really wrong. Here’s a few tips for saving face and moving on when things go south.
If you’re interested in getting started in node based compositing you’ll want to check out these FREE video tutorials for Nuke. All of the major nuke functions are covered, including rotoscoping, tracking and working in stereoscopic 3D.