by Andy Dodd I had this happen to me last weekend after I imported Sony A7R3 MP4 files into my CC2019 Premiere project. Annoying to say the least! This was the fastest and easiest trick to “fix” the problem… AdvertisementsRead more "HOW TO FIX ADOBE PREMIERE “GREEN FOOTAGE”"
by Zach Epstein, BGR News If you find your own usage similar to mine and you can’t be bothered to figure out all the different configurations for different programs, there’s a new app that you should definitely check out because it’s actually very useful. It’s also wonderfully simple: It puts the macOS dock on your […]Read more "A FREE App that gives the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar a Reason to Exist"
December 30, 2015 by Caleb Ward, Shutterstock How to Professionally Replace Digital Screens Whether you’re working on a product demo or adding a screen to a narrative film, there are few video editing projects as fun as replacing screens. While it all depends on what you want your finished video to look like, screen replacement is very formulaic in […]Read more "How to Professionally Replace Digital Screens"
February 9, 2015 by Jesse Cervantes, Creative Congo This quick tutorial is for making an ALPHA MATTE from images or footage WITHOUT using ADD or SCREEN modes, so that you can composite and pre-compose Technique: 1. Duplicate layer you want to composite 2. On the TOP layer, add the TINT EFFECT 3. Then add the […]Read more "Quick Tip: Create an Alpha Matte from ANY footage"
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One of the things I really liked about Final Cut Pro “legacy” was the ability to create and customize numerous screen layouts. By rearranging its collection of tabbed and floating windows, it was easy to design and save numerous, task-specific, personalized screen layouts of the user interface. When I edit, I…
January 10, 2013 by Edit Cellar, Peter J. Normandia I have seen tons of editing tutorials out there that are NLE specific. I watch them all the time. However, I rarely see any basic editing tutorials that are useful for any NLE. In order to fill the void, I present my video-editing tips series, good […]Read more "Video Editing Tips: Take Advantage of Formats"
August 1, 2011 By Brendan Wilhide, Macworld.com Captur is a free Mac utility that offers easy access to the OS X screen capture command in the menu bar. And updated for Lion. OS X has a built-in screen capture feature. To use it, you press command-shift-3 to capture the whole screen (or screens if you […]Read more "Haerul Rijal Captur 2.3, Free Mac Screen Capture"