by komix squad Final Cut Pro X for Windows – Download for Win 7, 8, 10 (*GLJ Media has not confirmed that this program actually works, but feel free to investigate and try for yourself then post your findings below.) Many Windows users like to use Final Cut Pro X on their Windows 7, 8 […]Read more "Final Cut Pro X for Windows?"
by Thomas Alex Norman Whether you make a living shooting travel videos, upload them to YouTube, or you just like to shoot them for fun, these five shooting angles from Thomas Alex Norman will not only make your videos look better, they will give them much more impact on your audience. Here you’re going to learn […]Read more "5 Camera Angle Tips that Will Punch-up Any Video"
By Logan Baker, Shutterstock The freedom and versatility of low-budget DIY filmmaking is simultaneously liberating and frustrating. Usually, when they’re working with tight budgets, filmmakers and editors find themselves somewhat limited on time — and production values. With that in mind, PremiumBeat and RocketStock are simplifying filmmaking lives and expanding storytelling capabilities. Here are all the […]Read more "Hundreds of Free Overlays, Sound Effects, and Video Assets"
BY ADAM IRVING, IDA You’ve no doubt seen these before in a documentary: an interviewee sitting just inches in front of a bookcase, with the individual book titles visible and distracting; a house plant invading the frame; an incandescent desk lamp in the background whispering for attention while the interviewee’s eye-line is awkwardly off to […]Read more "Beyond the Talking Head: Shooting Documentary Interviews"
by Adrijana Lazarevic, nofilmschool Ease your workload (& your mind) with these free templates for everything from storyboarding to contracts to accounting. [Editor’s Note: No Film School asked Adrijana Lazarevic to collect these 99 templates because of her expertise working with filmmakers at Filestage.io.] No one really feels like doing paperwork, but let’s be honest: no […]Read more "Every Filmmaking Form You’ll Ever Need, Free!"
by Sean Berry Griffin Hammond shares his hidden microphone trick—how to place a mic blatantly in a locked-down shot, and use masking to hide it in Final Cut Pro X. Positioning microphones so that they aren’t in your shots while making sure they can capture quality audio can become highly frustrating. And it’s even more […]Read more "This Trick Will Keep Your Mic Hidden"
by Dan Bernard Media, Wave Brigade In this tutorial I show you how Casey Faris and I use post production techniques like color correction and sound design to make a very generic edit convey a certain emotion. Make sure you check out Casey’s tutorial on how to do a similar effect with color correction! See: […]Read more "Make Your Edit Sound Dramatic!"