by Robert Hardy, nofilmschool.com Last summer, Resolve became the most fully featured NLE and color correction tool that you can get for free on any major operating system. Like many of you, I’m extremely excited for that proposition, especially considering that I edit a lot less than I used to, and forking out Creative Cloud […]Read more "Get Started Editing and Grading in DaVinci Resolve 12"
by Noam Kroll, Rocketstock Professional-grade editing software has never been more accessible, but many amateur video editors are jumping in with both feet before truly understanding the craft or the art of it. Here are five of the most common mistakes to avoid as you begin your video editing career. It’s truly never been easier […]Read more "5 Common Mistakes Nearly All Amateur Video Editors Make"
September 2, 2015 by As a editor, it was essential you bought an iPad, you know for “work stuff.” Now that you’ve got iPad just lying around, isn’t it about time you did something more productive with it than surfing online and watching TV shows? Here are some useful apps that might just assist your […]Read more "iPad Apps For Film Editors"
July 27, 2015 By Michael Maher, Premiumbeat We aren’t talking about USB coffee warmers or pen holders. Here are 10 things you could actually use around your video editing workstation. (Photos from Shutterstock and Amazon) Make 14 hour editing sessions tolerable by getting your editing workstation in order. Here are some helpful things to have around your […]Read more "10 Things for Your Video Editing Suite Under $200"
July 21, 2015 by V Renée, nofilmschool Editing a film is a gargantuan task. Having a little bit of foresight can help you steer clear of mistakes, be more efficient, and keep your project on track. Editor and editing theorist Roger Crittenden offers 10 editing tips that’ll come in handy before you’re hunched over your computer fifteen days […]Read more "10 Things All Editors Should Do Before They Start Cutting"
July 9, 2015 by Robert Hardy, nofilmschool Nothing makes or breaks an audience’s expectation for a film like a trailer. On one hand, a well-cut and expertly crafted trailer can stoke an audience’s imagination, giving subtle, yet alluring hints of the film’s plot, style, and overall tone. If the trailer audience likes what they see, […]Read more "How to Cut a Badass Trailer for Your Upcoming Film"
June 26, 2015 from Inside The Edit, Paddy Bird A detailed study of decompression in sync tempo and the magical effect it can have on the dramatic impact of a scene… Read nofilmschhol.com’s better explanation of Dramatic Sync Temp editing here.Read more "What is Dramatic Sync Tempo in Editing?"