by Karsten Schlüter TimeCodeVanisher, or TiCoVa, is a utility by Karsten Schlüter that adds a selector rectangle in the Preview window; in the Inspector, you’re offered two modes, or methods: • Clone copies some content from above or below ‘over’ the burned-in TC. • Blur blurs the TC and the surrounding pixels into some mish-mash, […]Read more "TimeCode Vanisher – A Free FCPX Plugin"
by simplevideomaking.com With these 20 frames, you can easily and quickly create a split screen video within merely minutes. Read on if you are not sure how to use these frames. Otherwise, thank you for dropping by, and here is the link to download the frames. Enjoy! And while you’re on their website, checkout […]Read more "20 Free Split Screen Frames and More Freebies"
by Donnia Ghezlane-Lala Following in the footsteps of Stanford University, Harvard has announced that they are going to make their photography classes available for free online. The prestigious university has uploaded the program to their online platform Alison. Becoming a student at Harvard – it’s not a bad way to kick off 2017. There are […]Read more "Harvard Is Putting Its Photography Classes Online For Free"
By: Walt Laineenkare At times you may find yourself feeling so overwhelmed by choosing the subject of your film, it paralyzes your progress. In case you’re stuck looking for a great documentary idea, I’ll let you in on a little secret: the easiest documentary you’ll ever make is a TRAVEL documentary. Traveling has been dear […]Read more "Documentary Ideas: The Easiest Documentary To Make"
by K. Bayquoi K. Bayquoi is a retired computer engineer from Montreal Canada with formal classical music training who’s youtube channel has quite a number of free “Fun With–” Final Cut Pro X and Motion templates and transitions. He’s “just enjoying life.. along with a passion for video editing.” For example…Read more "Free Fridays: “Fun With–” Final Cut Pro X and Motion Templates and Transitions"
by Kelsey Brannan Jarle Leirpoll provides a very neat Sky Replacement trick from within Premiere Pro using the title tool. We were all surprised by this as most sky replacements for video must be performed within Adobe After Effects. But Jarle showed us differently! Jarle is an Adobe Certified Trainer, author of “The Cool Stuff […]Read more "Sky Replacement with the Premiere Pro Title Tool"
by Collin Smith, VideoRevealed This tutorial is in response to the questions about formatting the Word document with the correct right and left Tab stops to use in rolling credits in Adobe Premiere Pro. Check out the rest of Collin’s youtube channel chocked full of useful tuts here.Read more "Word Processing Tips for Rolling Credits in Microsoft Word and Google Docs for Premiere Pro"