BY LOGAN BAKER | Premiumbeat From cinematographer to editor, here are ten YouTube channels worthy of your subscription that will help you learn more about your craft. It’s no secret that the amount of jobs and productions actually running since the pandemic started last March have slowed way down, sometimes to a standstill. But, things will […]Read more "The Best YouTube Channels to Follow for Filmmakers"
by Olive Video Editor Olive is a free non-linear video editor aiming to provide a fully-featured alternative to high-end professional video editing software. Olive 0.2 provides powerful and flexible node-based compositing. Node editing is a form of visual programming that gives you full control over how Olive renders your video. Rather than a “fixed” pipeline […]Read more "OLIVE – A FREE PRO LEVEL OPEN SOURCE VIDEO EDITOR"
by DroneDJ When it comes to free software, you’re relying on continuous support and upgrades, courtesy of a network of volunteers who believe in the product. Finds like that are truly a score, and we like to share news of them when we can. So it’s in that spirit that this post will alert some […]Read more "VSDC Video Editor: Can free video editing software be any good? Yes, it can…"
by acdsee In a world where everyone is a creator – create better. Luxea Video Editor gives you the power to turn your visions into reality. Produce your smoothest work with support for up to 60 frames per second. Be creative with new features including a text tool, added transitions and extended editing capabilities. Let […]Read more "Luxea Video Editor: Your World is Moving"
by Chris Suffield, Video Collective Looking for some free video assets to spice up your project? Editing is almost always a long process, so anything that can save time in any area of post-production is helpful. You want your project to be high quality, so cutting corners isn’t an option. Utilising various stock video assets […]Read more "120+ Free Video Assets For All Editors"
BY JOE FREDERICK, Premiumbeat From writing to starting your own YouTube channel, here are 3 ways to diversify your revenue stream with a new side hustle. Make sure you develop a second source of income alongside editing, and make it something that links to your existing skill set. If you’re a freelance video editor, check out […]Read more "Three Side Hustles That Are Perfect For Video Editors"
By Nick Statt and Descript Multimedia editing and transcription provider Descript announced a redesigned version of its audio editing software that’s geared toward podcast producers. The product, officially called Descript Podcast Studio, features a lot of the forward-thinking approaches to audio editing the company, created by Groupon founder and former CEO Andrew Mason, was founded on. Most prominently, that […]Read more "Descript’s podcast editor includes an AI voice double for dubbing over mistakes"
by Maxim Jago Many successful video editors are self-taught. They know the fundamentals. Their challenge is subtle gaps in knowledge and experience. This course is intended to give a solid grounding in the principles of Premiere Pro, followed by advanced professional workflows designed to polish your results and make you a more efficient user. Maxim […]Read more "Premiere Pro for Self-Taught Editors"
By Logan Baker, Shutterstock Are you getting started in film-making or video editing? Consider these free editing programs to round out your toolkit and improve your creative workflow. If you’re just starting out in your editing, videography, or directing career, you might feel overwhelmed by the seemingly endless programs, techniques, and types of videos out […]Read more "The Best Free Video Editing Programs"
by V Renee, nofilmschool FilmmakerPeter McKinnon shares with you a few really effective techniques in Premiere Pro that might help you become a quicker, more efficient editor. Now, these tips aren’t going to cut your work time in half or save you hours on your edit—I think the only thing that will do that is, like, […]Read more "Quick Tricks That Will Make You a More Efficient Editor"