Posts Tagged ‘Video Editing’
What if I told you that the most popular sports documentary franchise follows a formula and style that is as instantly recognizable as it easily recreatable?
Let’s take a tour of the Premiere Pro editing tools which help you trim and cut your assets within the timeline.
The corporate video editing process can be broken down into these three distinct stages of post-production.
Forced perspective is an age-old practical effect with some clever applications for your own low budget movie needs.
The artist behind the Star Wars/James Bond crossover credit sequence talks about how he created his homage to The Empire Strikes Back.
Let’s take a detailed look at how Steven Spielberg and company crafted one of the most iconic scenes in film history: The golden idol scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Learn how to decide which length is right for your commercial spot, and find out how to work with loops and short tracks to recut the same spot three times.
Want to be a documentary filmmaker? We’ve put together this comprehensive guide to lead you through every step of the process, from initial documentary concepting to distribution.
Walter Murch’s work as a film editor and sound designer is vital to the history of cinema and he has some serious wisdom to impart to any film and video maker.
Simulate camera shake with this free collection of Premiere Pro presets created for Deadpool.
Continuity is vital to your story. By shooting with the edit in mind, you’ll save yourself countless headaches.
From file management to lower thirds, these twelve video editing tips will help you shape your documentary film.