Posts Tagged ‘Video Editing’
Filming a documentary means lots of footage, and that means the edit is no small undertaking. Here’s our advice on how to manage the project
While Adobe Creative Cloud 2019 won’t be available until later this year, let’s take a sneak peek at what Premiere Pro will have to offer.
Audio swells are a dynamic way to add some punch to your transitions. In this video tutorial, we cover how to work with them in your own …
Sure, Russian Arm systems are amazing, and we’d all love to use one, but if you don’t have the budget for one, just build your own car-side …
Nothing ruins a shot like noise. Knowing what causes it and how to recognize it can save you a lot of frustration — and some useless footage.
Even if your viewers aren’t watching your content in 4K, there are still benefits to shooting at this resolution. Here are five things to keep in mind.
Learn to fuse the best of both filmmaking worlds with these tips for mixing camcorder and DSLR (or mirrorless) camera footage.
Each iteration of Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve has become more efficient than the last. In 15, it’s the shared node that makes the difference.
In this video tutorial, learn how you can use the Layer Styles menu in Adobe After Effects for your next film or video project.
There is nothing worse than losing footage. However, if you’re vigilant and know what to watch for, you can still save a corrupted card.
Learn what gear professional digital imaging technicians keep in their kits, and check out some affordable ideas for your own.
Slow graphics performance got you down? Well, thanks to Blackmagic you can go ahead and just plug in a much much better GPU — externally and affordably.