February 3, 2015 by BlueFX In this tutorial video you can see a quick solution for exporting a project in different resolutions. After Effects Text Tutorials of the video Welcome to Bluefx.net. In this tutorial, I will show you how to customize the size of a template, or any project, in After Effects. For […]Read more "After Effects Tutorial: Resize a project"
January 5, 2015 by Used Template: Premium Business Do you know what the best after effects render settings for youtube are? Let me show you an easy setup that will not only make your videos look always sharp, but also the audio will never go out of sync once it’s uploaded to youtube. On top […]Read more "Tutorial: Best Render Setup For Youtube"
August 7, 2014 by Larry Jordan Editing guru Larry Jordan writes a post on why Apple Final Cut Pro 7 users might want to consider switching to Adobe Premiere Pro. He writes, “From my point of view, Adobe has modeled recent versions of Premiere Pro after Final Cut Pro 7; extending it to run efficiently […]Read more "Why Premiere Pro Looks and Behaves a Lot Like Apple Final Cut Pro 7"
October 2, 2013 By Mike Rose Lucasfilm plans to utilize video game engines to render movie scenes in real-time, potentially eliminating the post-production process in film-making over the next decade. Speaking at the Technology Strategy Board event at BAFTA in London recently, and as reported by The Inquirer, Lucasfilm’s CTO Kim Libreri explained that advances […]Read more "Lucasfilm Thinks Real-Time CGI Can Revolutionize the Filmmaking Process"
June 29, 2012 by Video Co-Pilot and Andrew Kramer Video Copilot’s Element 3D will be available on July 10 2012. Element is a 3D object based plug-in for Adobe After Effects that allows for the import of C4D and OBJ files into a powerful, robust particle animation system. Watch the PRODUCT TOUR here. Our 3D […]Read more "Video Copilot’s 3D “Elements”"
February 23, 2012 [ This article was first published in the May, 2010, issue of Larry’s Monthly Final Cut Studio Newsletter. Click here to subscribe. ] With the release of Final Cut Pro 7, Apple increased the number of ProRes versions from two to five: ProRes 422 Proxy ProRes 422 LT ProRes 422 ProRes 422 […]Read more "Picking the Right Version of ProRes"
July 15, 2011 by Peter Zunitch, VideoMaker What to Buy, What to Know I had a simple goal: authoring a DVD. It’s something I’ve done hundreds of times over the past eight years; not a big deal. Typically there are at least three programs capable of making a DVD on my system at any […]Read more "DVD Authoring Buyer’s Guide"
October 5, 2010 Posted by Michael Murie, http://notesonvideo.blogspot.com/ Officially, Final Cut Pro doesn’t support the media files produced by DLSRs like the Canon 7D or Nikon D90. That’s not entirely true; you can import those files into a Final Cut project without doing conversion, and add them to a Timeline quite happily. The annoying part […]Read more "Avoiding Final Cut’s Rendering"
October 11, 2010 By Scott Simmons, Studio Daily Blog Have you ever set a looooong render on one of your favorite post-production applications and watched as the render bar ticked away and the app tried to give you a best guess as to how long the render might take? And have you ever watched […]Read more "Useful Tools for Editors: Render Notification"
August 4, 2010 by Event DV.net LightWave 10 will combine ground-breaking CORE Technology with enhanced Modeler and Layout to deliver the most extensive upgrade in years to LightWave’s production-proven workflow. NewTek continues to innovate with LightWave 10, offering powerful new features and benefits to LightWave artists, including an amazingly photoreal real-time version of our award-winning […]Read more "NewTek Introduces LightWave 10"