Posts Tagged ‘Video Editing’
Composite Modes make it incredibly easy to edit overlay effects and elements in DaVinci Resolve. Just follow these three simple steps!
All film school students are guilty of these seven clichés. Here’s how to avoid them and make your beginner film projects stand out.
It’s that time of the year. Let’s look at some of the best and brightest demo reels from 2016, and get those creative juices warmed up for 2017.
Song not fitting into your edit? Not a problem. Use the Remix feature in Adobe Audition to automatically rearrange any song to fit any duration.
Over five years since its release, is Final Cut Pro X finally more of a viable video editing option?
Find out how to easily move your media assets between Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects without dynamic linking.
Make your video editing projects infinitely more manageable by utilizing markers in Premiere Pro. Here’s how to go about it.
Adobe Max reveals, yet again, that Adobe’s Creative Cloud is the across-the-board digital resource for video and film creatives. Here’s everything coming to the Cloud in 2017.
Meet Project VoCo, Adobe’s new audio editing software that allows you edit speech the same way Photoshop allows you to edit images.
These must-follow YouTube channels for filmmakers and videographers are loaded full of practical tips, tricks, and techniques. Subscribe to them today!
Learn how to perfectly edit and time your music tracks in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Supercharge your workflow and spare your sanity with this quick shortcut that lets you manipulate play time and add transitions to multiple clips in Premiere Pro.