Posts Tagged ‘Workflow’
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.
Create custom effect presets in Premiere Pro with these simple steps. Your workflow will thank you.
From shooting schedules to protocol on set, assistant directing is a lot more than meets the eye. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you become a qualified 1st AD.
Swapping clips in Premiere Pro is exceptionally easy and quick thanks to this helpful shortcut.
The Premiere Pro timeline panel is where you’ll spend most of your time when editing video, so why not learn how to make it perfect for you? This video tutorial demonstrates how to customize the Premiere Pro timeline.
Filmmaking is a collaborative process, but what happens when you can’t collaborate? Is it still worth the effort? Here are some things to consider.
Knowing how to stack timelines in Premiere Pro can really expedite your video editing workflow. Here’s how it’s done.
There are a few different ways to create a shot list, but what matters most is that you take the time to do it. Here’s one tested method to try next time you break a script down into a shot list.
Avoid a faulty reading by verifying the accuracy of your light meter with this quick tip.
Revisions can be a pain equally felt by video editors, motion designers, VFX artists and colorists. Here are some tips on limiting endless video revision requests so you can get to work on your next project.
What is a digital colorist? What are they responsible for? Let’s take a look at the ever-changing duties of colorists in film and video production.
How do the dollars and cents compare with dynamic ranges and sensor sizes? Let’s examine the differences between $1,000 DSLRs and their higher-end $10,000 counterparts.