by Lewis McGregor, Rocketstock Did you know you can use DaVinci Resolve to create your own LUTs? Find out how in this video tutorial — including free LUTs! Rewind a decade, and in the consumer and low-budget filmmaking world, After Effects and Premiere Pro presets were all the rage. A preset that could take your Canon […]Read more "How to Make Davinci Resolve LUTs + Free LUTs"
by Motion Array Good news! We have a brand new free title template to throw atchya. But unlike Motion Array‘s previous freebie templates, this one’s a little different. That’s because this one has been made for DaVinci Resolve! Shine Titles is a sleek, smooth, 2D title template that incorporates color-infused stage lights to give your text […]Read more "FREE DaVinci Resolve Title Template"
by Casey Faris Drag and Drop this title onto your timeline to quickly add professional graphics to your project without the fuss. Easily change text, colors, and more with an easy properties panel in Resolve 15’s edit tab, or change the most minute detail in the Fusion tab. WHAT’S INCLUDED? Our titles come with 2 versions. […]Read more "Free “Summer” Fusion Title"
by Chris Monlux, Videomaker Avid Media Composer First is free; why not try it out? Although its learning curve can be steep, Media Composer First lets you learn without risk. Avid Media Composer First(link is external) offers all of the power of the full version of Media Composerfor free, with a few notable limits. Unlike […]Read more "Pro Editing Tools for Free"
by IdustrialRevolution The new update to Final Cut Pro X (10.4) bought the ability to load custom camera and custom creative LUTS. We will concentrate on the latter as we would think most creative LUT use will be on the Timeline and not in the Inspector. Not too sure what a LUT is? No, not Luton […]Read more "HOW TO MAKE CUSTOM LUTS FOR FINAL CUT PRO"
by Dario Bigi, CSI, Freelance Editor / Colorist As an Editor for 25 years and a Colorist for 8 years I am well versed in the many pitfalls found in post production. I wrote this article for Editors & Colorist to avoid this gotcha. This is specifically for Premiere Pro Editors to implement as they edit and […]Read more "Premiere Pro – Best Practices – Image Scaling"
By Yannick Theunissen There are different kinds of software to color-grade your footage, like Da Vinci, Final Cut and of course Premiere Pro, the one we use. With every software, it’s possible to use LUTs when color grading your footage. But what are they and how do they work? In this tutorial we will explain how […]Read more "Luts vs Look: The Difference in Premiere Pro"