Posts Tagged ‘Video Editing’
Have a video clip with audio, but the audio track doesn’t show up in the timeline? Here’s the quick fix.
While digital attention spans shrink, documentary filmmakers must adapt. Learn how you can be at the forefront of the era of micro-documentary filmmaking.
Effective music and sound effects can amplify the emotional impact of your trailer and help you create something memorable.
For those who enjoy the big game more for the TV spots than the actual football, let’s peek behind the scenes of some of this year’s best Super Bowl commercials.
The early paths of most filmmakers and videographers are littered with easy-to-avoid gaffes. Here are nine of the most common filmmaking mistakes and some easy ways to avoid them.
Plenty can go wrong when you’re trying to capture a perfectly exposed shot of the sky. Fortunately, DaVinci Resolve makes it easy to nail your desired look in post.
Utilizing metadata in Adobe Premiere Pro is a fantastic way to stay organized and streamline your video editing workflow.
Color grading doesn’t have to be a mystery. These programs and plugins make the process faster and easier than ever.
Get to know 2017’s Oscar-nominated film editors as they discuss the challenges of cutting everything from high-brow sci-fi to old-school song and dance.
Lower thirds can add a level of slick professionalism to any video project. Here are a few ways to get them for FREE.
Audio track not working in your Premiere Pro timeline? Try converting it to a WAV file in Adobe Audition.
Take a look at the gear and glass behind this year’s Academy Award nominated films and get the behind-the-scenes scoop from the filmmaker’s themselves.