by Film Riot Podcast audio can go wrong quickly. Struggling with Bad Audio in your project? Here’s a simple way to get yours sounding Pro by using this tool… Accusonus: https://bit.ly/3uhkxCN » 0:00 – Intro » 2:17 – Volume | Noise | Mouth Sounds » 5:31 – Voice Leveler | Plosive Remover » 7:39 – […]Read more "Struggling with Bad Audio in your project? Use this tool!"
by Bavegung Are you a video creator? You’re great with your visuals, but not so much on the audio-side of editing? We’ll show you how to easily make your voice guide sound better with tools that you ALREADY HAVE in your editing software: Expander – Any professional editing software has a tool called ‘Expander’, and […]Read more "How to Make Your Voice Sound Better in Premiere Pro"
by Phil Cutting via Larry Jordan For years I suffered strange audio artifacts on music tracks imported for FCP. I assumed it was a damaged file until I noticed I had Fix Audio Problems checked in the Import Media window. As soon as I unchecked it, the problem went away! Larry adds: Good to know. As a general […]Read more "FCPX: How to Fix a Warbling Music Track"
BY CHARLES YEAGER, Premiumbeat.com Learn about the most common causes for crashes and slow downs in Premiere Pro, and see the ways to stop it from doing so. In this article, we’re going to explore crashes and slow downs with Premiere Pro. We’ll look at what causes some of the most common crashes and what you […]Read more "Why Premiere Pro Is Crashing and How to Make it Stop"
by titanium-software OnyX is a multifunction utility that you can use to verify the structure of the system files, to run miscellaneous maintenance and cleaning tasks, to configure parameters in the Finder, Dock, Safari, and some Apple applications, to delete caches, to remove certain problematic folders and files, to rebuild various databases and indexes, and […]Read more "ONYX: Free! Operating System Utilities for MacOS"
BY ANDREI MAGULEANU and Jeff Rojas Beauty photography is quite literally a fine art, since you have to take all the imperfections shown by your subject and eliminate them 100 percent. Once you have the lighting down to perfection, you have to fine-tune the photo even further. Jeff Rojas explains in the video below how you can eliminate oily skin from […]Read more "How to Fix Oily Skin (in Photoshop, of course!)"
by Andy Dodd I had this happen to me last weekend after I imported Sony A7R3 MP4 files into my CC2019 Premiere project. Annoying to say the least! This was the fastest and easiest trick to “fix” the problem…Read more "HOW TO FIX ADOBE PREMIERE “GREEN FOOTAGE”"
by Adobe Transform your landscape shots using Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom. Watch these quick tutorials using Chris Burkard’s photos to show you how to straighten crooked horizons, remove distracting elements, and replace the sky in one photo with an even better‑looking sky from another. Click here for a few short one minute tutorials!Read more "Take Your Landscapes from Good to Gorgeous!"
by MICHAEL ZHANG, PetaPixel One of Photoshop’s most impressive features was just added to After Effects. Content-Aware Fill is now available for automatically removing unwanted elements from video. Adobe first teased Content-Aware Fill for video back at the Adobe MAX 2017 conference in October 2017. Utilizing the power of Adobe Sensei AI technology, After Effects’ new Content-Aware […]Read more "New! After Effects Just Got Content-Aware Fill for Auto-Erasing Things in Video"
by etidona A simple point cloner that lets you remove dead pixels and other kind of unwanted spots After your download, simply put the red spot over the spot you want to clone using the position parameters, deselect “colorize” and if the spot is still visible adjust the “offset” parameters. It requires some attempts to work […]Read more "Point. Clone. Dead Pixel Remover"