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 Jason Cox via Wipster While Adobe Premiere Pro may be one of the most dominant forces in all of post-production, that doesn’t mean it’s the easiest to use. While you may have mastered Multicam sequences, layering secondary Lumetri color corrections and modifying audio channels, many editors palms start to sweat when they reach for […]Read more "Understanding Premiere Pro’s Confusing Export Settings"
by Adobe You can improve performance by optimizing your computer system, After Effects, your project, and your workflow. Some of the suggestions here improve performance not by increasing rendering speed but by decreasing time that other operations require, such as opening a project. Note: By far, the best way to improve performance overall is to plan […]Read more "Improve Performance in After Effects"
May 12, 2015 by Larry Jordan Trashing Preference Files in FCPX Wondering what to do when your Final Cut Pro X project is acting up? Well, before shouting “Arrgh!” and throwing your hands in the air – two very helpful steps in troubleshooting – , the first thing you should do is try to trash […]Read more "FCPX Acting Up?"
January 2, 2013 by MacWorld, Sharon Zardetto How often do you use your Web browser? If the answer is constantly, then a few choice tips could save you loads of time and trouble. Here are some for Apple’s Safari 6. 1. Cut through your bookmarks clutter Overwhelmed by bookmarks? The first step is to organize […]Read more "Four power tips for Safari 6"
March 16, 2012 TimeMachineEditor is a software for Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion that lets you change the default one-hour backup interval of Time Machine. You can change the interval or create a more sophisticated scheduling (see screenshot below). This is useful if you don’t need to backup every hour and don’t […]Read more "TimeMachine Editor"
May 14, 2011 by Jon Chappell, Digital Rebellion Everyone hates it – the annoying “please register” screen that pops up every 5 or 6 launches of Final Cut Pro and Apple’s other ProApps. Of course, the easiest way to get rid of it is to just register but that may not always be practical or […]Read more "How to banish the Final Cut Pro registration screen forever!"
May 13, 2011 by http://www.digitalrebellion.com This tool allows you to manage preference files for Final Cut Studio and Final Cut Express. Trash your preferences’ is often a mantra when trouble shooting errors in FCP. I found this free utility from Digital Rebellion works well. Makes it easy to backup and trash your preferences rather than […]Read more "FCP Preference Manager, FREE!"
February 4, 2011 by Keir Thomas, Macworld.com Jan 31, 2011 9:30 am You probably already know that you can shrink (or enlarge) the Dock by clicking and dragging the bars that separate the applications from folder stacks. You probably also know that you can adjust the Dock size in System Preferences, by opening the Dock […]Read more "How to really shrink the Dock"