Posts Tagged ‘Video Editing’
Constantly using the mouse in After Effects can become annoying. Use these handy shortcuts instead to speed through your next project.
In this video tutorial, learn to create a cinematic look for your video project by working with Lumetri Curves in Adobe Premiere Pro.
AT NAB 2019, The video review and feedback platform Wipster has announced the introduction of dynamic audio waveform review.
In the latest version of Adobe Premiere Pro, you can put your graphics and video elements exactly where you want them — with new Rulers and Guides.
NAB kicked off on Saturday, and AVID brought the goods with news of their massive new update that makes their interface more accessible.
Check out these free, easy-to-use, drag-and-drop animated fonts that will make any video editor look like an animator or motion graphics pro.
In Adobe’s newest update for 2019, we’re finally getting what many motion graphics artists have been waiting for — a content aware fill tool for video.
In this video tutorial, we cover how to harness the power of this simple, hidden feature in Adobe After Effects — Trim Paths.
By adding in a foreground transition, you can make smoother edits and add some interesting dynamism to your video project.
Yes, you can edit video in Photoshop, but should you? Here are a few tricks you can pull off to quickly and easily add a little life …
You need a rotating shot, but you don’t have a multi-axis rig or a spinning set. No problem. Here’s how you can pull off the look on …
Dirtying up a clean digital image with a film grain overlay is relatively simple, and it’s a perfect way to add a touch of nostalgia your project.