Posts Tagged ‘Workflow’
Compound clips are a great way to group multiple clips together in DaVinci Resolve. Here’s how to use them.
For long-form DaVinci Resolve projects, one of the easiest ways to get up and running involves using the powerful scene cut detection feature.
These cinematography apps have all the tools a DP needs on set. From camera guides to data calculators, use these tools to make your cinematography absolutely stunning.
While After Effects may be an extremely powerful VFX and motion graphics tool, it can be just as useful for workflow tasks like creating multiple deliverables of the same project.
Learn to properly dump your footage like a professional Digital Imaging Technician. It’s the best way to verify that all your footage copied correctly.
Need to see your waveforms or video thumbnails? Here’s a quick way to change track height in Premiere Pro.
Organize your feature film edit like the editor of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Eddie Hamilton.
Want to kick your title design into overdrive? Here are 26 must-know keyboard shortcuts for Premiere Pro.
Deadlines come quick for video editors. Use these four essential Final Cut Pro X tips to speed up your workflow and meet your deadline every time.
If you’re looking to improve your After Effects abilities, an easy way to learn is to break down an After Effects Template.
Power windows can now be converted to Bezier curves in DaVinci Resolve 12. Learn how to use this timesaving feature.
DaVinci Resolve’s Scene Cut Detection function chops a single file into multiple shots. Here’s how to how to use this time-saving feature.