by Larry Jordan’s The Inside Tips Effects presets save time when you’re reusing your effects. Saving effects presets can save a lot of time, if you find yourself using the same effects settings over and over. But creating them isn’t obvious. Here’s what you need to know. First, select a clip and make the effects […]Read more "How to Create Effects Presets in Premiere"
by Bryan Francisco Plugins for all kinds of transitions are incredibly popular these days. Probably too popular. Like, mean girls in high-school too popular. But transitioning from one scene to the next, especially in short commercials, can help with your story telling by connecting scenes. It doesn’t hurt that it will raise your clients eyebrows […]Read more "HOW TO SHOOT And EDIT The Drop Down TRANSITION Effect"
by Shot by Myles Double Exposure for video on FCPX! The GOATs such as Ryan Nangle have blazed the trail for this type of stuff but I felt I could add a small twist here and there and make it more comprehensive than most.Read more "Final Cut Pro Tutorial: 3 Cool Double Exposure Tricks"
by moviola.com Gone are the days of tediously rendering individual graphics and lower thirds piece by piece. Using the built in Essential Graphics window in Adobe, you can take the functionality of After Effects and transfer it into Premiere Pro. Make a Motion Graphic Template and save yourself, or your editor, some time with the […]Read more "Motion Graphic Templates In Adobe"
by Larry Jordan TheInsideTips now supports viewer-contributed tips! Here’s the link. For years, I’ve wanted to create a place people could go to share their favorite tips, shortcuts and workarounds. There’s lots of forums, but none to devoted just to tips. We created it. Now, we made it possible for you to contribute tips, too!Here’s the link: www.theinsidetips.com/contributors/ To […]Read more "'The Inside Tips' Now Supports Your Viewer-Contributed Tips"
by Motion Array We all understand that video editing takes a fair bit of processing power. When working on projects that push those limits, something has to give. In Adobe Premiere Pro CC, playback lag is a common issue faced by editors. Whether it’s just a few frames or larger chunks of your sequence, playback […]Read more "Ways to Fix Premiere Pro CC Playback Lag Issues"
by BretFX In this tutorial you’ll learn how to use drop zones in FCPX without getting the dreaded freeze frame or still frame! Learn how to use precisely the region or portion of the clip you want in the drop zone, adjust it after the fact by using compound clips, avoid the dreaded freeze frame, […]Read more "Final Cut Pro Drop Zones Demystified"