by filmeditingpro.com As a video editor, you are the Swiss army knife of the production team. Some days, people will expect you to do a whole lot more than editing video.It may be on the visual side of things, or you could be called upon to handle tasks that normally fall to the sound designer. […]Read more "Quick Tips for Cutting Music"
BY RUBIDIUM WU, Premiumbeat In this video tutorial, we’re putting aside the standard video editing toolbox to take a look at some innovative cuts that can elevate your next project! Read about ’em all here with video examples!Read more "Cool Video Edits that Genuinely Work"
by Enis from Reverse Cuts One of the most exciting parts about video editing is that there’s so much to learn. New tools and techniques are being launched, created, and experimented with on a daily basis. Learning the basics is fairly easy and straightforward; getting past the basics takes a little more dedication and practice. […]Read more "5 Essential Timeline Tips for Faster Editing In Premiere Pro"
by So, you want to purchase 4k storage? Storage requirements vary considerably depending on key decisions made in the preproduction process. What will be the standard frame rate? Bitrate and Depth? Is it a multi-cam shoot, with how many cameras? How many hours of footage? What codec? Does the camera create proxy media on capture? […]Read more "Key Questions To Consider When Purchasing 4K Storage"
BY JOHN FRANCIS MCCULLAGH A good trailer can be one of the strongest marketing tools for your film or video, but a bad one can tank the project altogether. Trailers have come a long way. From long pieces that basically revealed the entire story and would “trail” after the end of a movie, to fast-paced, […]Read more "Make Your Next Trailer Unforgettable!"
by VideoMaker In this free course, we explore the ins and outs of Final Cut Pro X. We take you from asset to delivery. When complete you’ll be able to navigate in the Final Cut Pro X environment, work in the timeline, use tools, work with effects, apply effects, set render controls, use compressor and […]Read more "The (Free) Essentials of Final Cut Pro X"
by V. Renee, nofilmschool If the stock music you’re working with just isn’t cutting it, try this super easy trick in Premiere Pro. In this video, filmmaker Zach Ramelan offers up a step-by-step tutorial on how to pull off one particularly nifty trick in Premiere Pro that will make your audio sound more dramatic and […]Read more "A Clever Trick to Create More Dramatic Audio"