Posts Tagged ‘tips’
Give your video shots greater dimension! Follow these tips for shooting shallow depth of field.
Editing a feature length documentary film can be an extremely daunting task because of the massive amount of footage and the endless creative options. In this post, we share 3 tips for approaching a documentary edit.
Every year thousands upon thousands of short films are submitted and then rejected from festivals across the globe. Although these shorts are so diverse in terms of genre, style and budget, the reasons they get rejected largely fall into one of three main categories.
Since FCPX shook up the post-production world a few years ago, many editors have been heavily focused on the ‘NLE Wars’, trying to choose the best software for their needs. Now that the dust has settled, let’s look at some fundamental editing techniques that are relevant no matter what system you’re editing on.
Learn the fundamentals of audio track management, EQ and roles, in this Final Cut Pro X tutorial.
These screenwriting tips are fundamental, simple, and have worked for many writers time and time again.
Ever missed a #PostChat Twitter conversation and wished you could go back and read it in full? Check out this #PostChat archive.
Struggling to develop or finish your screenplay? We share 3 tips that will get your head clear and back on track.
Working with music in FCPX? In this exclusive Final Cut Pro X video tutorial we share a trick for quickly replacing temp tracks with final versions.
Combine multiple text animators in After Effects to create overshoot for a great-looking organic animation! Text animators in After Effects are awesome. They allow you to have great, complex text animations while being able to make easy modifications to the text’s content. Here’s how to make one of my favorite quick animations: 3D flip down
If you’re just starting out or would like to brush up on your cinematography skills, then check out these great video tutorials to get great shots for your film.
Handling audio, deleting cache files and moving sequences to different projects – we share three ways to improve your Premiere Pro video editing.