by Jason Boone, nofilmschool Google recently introduced Earth Studio, a browser-based animation tool that allows users to create, customize, and share detailed Google Earth animations. Here’s how to composite Google Earth Studio animations with elements inside of Adobe After Effects. In this tutorial I’ll show you step-by-step how to create an animation inside of Google […]Read more "How to Use Google Earth with Adobe After Effects"
by Amy Horton Filmmaking has become a mobile operation and having a capable app on your phone makes life so much easier. While many iPhone owners still use iMovie (the OG video-editing app from Apple), there are tons of additional free apps you can utilize. Here are some favorites. Click here to read more detail […]Read more "Favorite (Free) Video Editing Apps for your iPhone"
by Musicbed.com It’s easy to compare reels to resumés. It’s a make-or-break career moment, an opportunity to get your foot in the door by showing your skills to employers. But, there is one key difference between the two: a reel gives you nothing to hide behind. No pretty cover letter. No “proficient in Microsoft Word.” […]Read more "5 Tips for Making a Killer Reel"
by Idustrial Revolution Exporting burnt-in captions from Final Cut Pro X is easy, but the process isn’t immediately obvious In this tutorial below, we show the steps needed to export burnt-in captions from FCPX. We also highlight some options available should you want to output anything different to the default style. Final Cut Pro X 10.4.1 […]Read more "HOW TO EXPORT FROM FINAL CUT PRO X WITH BURNT-IN CAPTIONS"
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 Quandary Productions Improve the quality of your cinematography in just five minutes! Top Ten tips from Quandary Productions Film School – a series of free bitesize video tutorials released to help you improve each area of filmmaking. SUBSCRIBE for more at quandaryproductions.comRead more "Bitesize: Ten Tips to Improve Your Cinematography"
by thepixellab2011 This tutorial will show you how to get up and running with the free new Google Earth Studio. You can make flyovers, city aerials, helicopter shots etc. Google Earth Studio is a free software you can use right in your web browser which is epic! It includes the ability to render out your animation and […]Read more "How to Use The Free Google Earth Studio in Your Next Project"