Posts Tagged ‘video’
Creating a realistic tilt-shift effect in Adobe After Effects is easier than you might think. In this video tutorial we show you a simple way to create this highly sought after effect.
Get the most out of your production lights by using light modifiers. In this video tutorial we show you a few of the most common modifiers and how to use them on-set.
In this video tutorial we share a workflow for creating a unique rolling title animation in After Effects.
Learn to create a lava lamp effect in this Premiumbeat exclusive After Effects tutorial – a great way to improve your AE skills.
Is the programming text you see featured in ‘high-tech’ films the real deal or is it a bunch of made up nonsense? Check out the blog that aims to shed some light into the computer code shown in films and TV shows.
Exporting video from Photoshop is easily explained in this video tutorial by Richard Harrington.
Don’t be stuck on set without the right tools in your camera kit! The Black and Blue’s Evan Luzi gives a rundown of what essentials every cameraman (or camera assistant) shouldn’t be without.
If you’re in a pinch this technique for achieving smooth tracking shots with only a monopod or tripod should do the trick!
Curious about aspect ratios? Film and video pros need to know the difference in ratios, when to use them and why? In this post we roundup great tutorials on working with different ratios, as well as a few useful aspect ratio calculators.
In this post we tackle various methods for keeping audio channels clear of clutter which helps improve audio playback and game performance – a must read for sound designers and game developers.
Fix rolling shutter issues in Adobe Premiere Pro! Have footage that is distorted from camera motion? We show you how to use Premiere Pro’s rolling shutter tools to quickly improve your image quality.
Thinking about buying a Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera? In this post, we’ve rounded up a few resources to show you how to tackle the BMDCC RAW file workflow. Great info for anyone who owns the camera or is thinking of giving it a spin!