Posts Tagged ‘Video Editing’
Color grading long, extensive projects is made easy with this simple solution for moving from Premiere Pro to DaVinci Resolve without rendering.
Apple announces a Final Cut Pro X update that features a new interface and workflow designed for the new MacBook Pro.
The new Apple MacBook Pro (featuring a new Final Cut Pro) and Microsoft Surface Studio compete for the creative market. Filmmakers, video editors, motion designers, and animators rejoice!
The Match Cut is a timeless video editing technique that adds rhythm, flow, and style to any project. Let’s explore this eye-catching storytelling method.
Get glitchy with your next project with these digital distortion video packs from around the web.
Save time and energy by using this method to edit multiple internal camera audio files simultaneously.
Lens flares are perfect for giving your footage blockbuster atmosphere. But how can you best utilize them when you don’t have a blockbuster budget?
Here’s how to use After Effects to capture the distorted retro vibes of authentic VHS footage.
It’s super-easy to add epic drama to the end of your projects when you add reverb to your audio.
Speed up your footage and workflow with these powerful and simple Premiere Pro time-remapping keyboard shortcuts.
What do you do when you have so many camera angles that the multi-camera monitor is no longer a viable option? Make sure you’re always choosing the best shot possible with this unconventional workaround in Premiere Pro.
Nesting in Premiere Pro is a great tool for streamlining a long project. It’s also great for combining more effects to a clip than is usually possible. Here’s how to use it.