By Logan Baker | Shutterstock Thanks to the NLE’s robust built-in features and effects, Final Cut Pro X is a user-friendly application through and through. Of course, unlocking the full potential of FCPX takes time and patience. Fortunately, resources exist that can make the process easier. With that in mind, here’s a list of a few helpful Final Cut […]Read more "Final Cut Pro: 15 Essential Tutorials"
by Logan Baker, Rocketstock In this Premiere Pro video tutorial, check out how to cut an entire sequence to the beat of a soundtrack in only a matter of seconds. If you’ve seen any YouTube video, commercial, or travel video in the past few years, you’ve most likely seen a video cut to the beat of a song. […]Read more "Editing to a Beat? This Keyboard Shortcut Changes Everything"
by Michele Yamasaki, Toolfarm Whether you’ve been editing for years or you’re new to the process, there are always a few things you can learn. Although these tips are geared toward new editors, everyone wants to be more productive. A bit of preparation, in the beginning, can speed up your workflow through the whole process. At […]Read more "5 Ways to Edit Video Faster"
by Caleb Ward, Rocketstock Clean up your messy projects with these five underused organizational tools in Premiere Pro. When it comes to video editing, organization is everything. Unfortunately, video editors are notorious for being incredibly disorganized and messy people. This is especially unfortunate if you are collaborating with a team in post. So if you’re sick […]Read more "5 Underused Organizational Tools in Premiere Pro"
February 24, 2012 by JS8 Media MovieChapterizer opens up a world of cool chapter usage in QuickTime Player. Use MovieChapterizer to create chapter names for favorite sections of your movies. MovieChapterizer 4 provides an easy way to add chapter names into movies you can view with QuickTime Player. Use MovieChapterizer to add chapter names to […]Read more "MovieChapterizer 4 – Add Chapters to QuickTime Player"