What if you were given the opportunity to not only be a part of history, but to actually CHANGE history on a worldwide scale? This opportunity is not a dream but a reality. Please help The Lost Clipper’s Expedition 5 to discover, secure and bring home the very first true missing American casualties of World War II, while also […]Read more "Can You Spare 15 Seconds for a Worthy and Reputable Cause?"
by @karenxcheng What a time to be a filmmaker. Shots that used to take tons of expensive equipment and rigging can now be done much more easily, thanks to some developments over the last year – cameras getting much better built-in stabilization and 360 cameras allowing you to reframe shots in post. This is a […]Read more "Behind the Scenes with @karenxcheng"
by Udi Tirosh, DIYphotography Chris Vanderschaaf is a cinematographer specializing in slow motion video. He goes to the world armed with a Phantom Flex4Kto capture amazing footage (check out @chrisvtv). Today though, Chris shares with DIYP readers some of the tests he regularly makes to show how different frame rates affect final footage. Some of the tests are […]Read more "THESE CLIPS SHOW HOW DIFFERENT FRAME RATES AFFECT A FINAL SHOT"
by Daron James, nofilmschool.com Premiere Pro feature aims to organize large-scale projects. Adobe Premiere Pro announced a new I-didn’t-think-I-needed-this-but-I’m-glad-it’s-here feature dubbed “Productions.” Before we dive into exactly what it is. It’s not available, yet. Let me repeat that for our skim-readers: this a “coming soon” situation. It’s like the pre-roll footage before the actual trailer. This […]Read more "Adobe Premiere Pro's New 'Productions' Tool Explained"
by MixKit Gone are the days when filming vertical videos was an unforgivable faux pas. Vertical videos (a.k.a portrait mode videos or upright videos) have now proven their worth and infiltrated every social media platform. So don’t flip your phone, embrace being vertical with portrait videos. Download from the awesome range of Mixkit’s over 150 […]Read more "Jump On Board the Vertical Video Trend! (for Free)"
by Oakley Anderson-Moore, nofilmschool.com With some luck and some hard work on the following grants, you just might clinch one of the following doc, narrative, screenwriting, or new media opportunities of a lifetime. Here’s the massive list from nofilmschool.com.Read more "A Massive List of Winter 2020 Grants All Filmmakers Should Know About"
by Carsten Ress via Inside Tips I was looking for a way to export subtitles (in a closed captions format) from FCP X as text, send it to translation, then import it back again as subtitles. I found this workaround that saved me a lot of time. Export the subtitles as an SRT File Change […]Read more "Export & Translate Subtitles in Apple Final Cut Pro X"