By Anthony Najera, Shutterstock For YouTube videos, communication is essential. We’ll walk you through the ways you can get the best subtitles for your next project. Having accurate subtitles within your YouTube videos is important. Videos with inaccurate subtitles can send the wrong message to your viewers, destroy the meaning of a phrase, or just outright […]Read more "How to Add Subtitles to YouTube Videos – 5 Effective Ways"
BY CHRIS HECKMANN, Studiobinder “Under no uncertain terms…” There are a lot of intricacies in scripts that present challenges to even the most veteran of screenwriters. The process of writing a script is difficult enough but the vocabulary, abbreviations, and defintions related to the job can be a bit elusive. But don’t worry, we’re going to […]Read more "Screenwriting Terms — Abbreviations, Definitions & Vocab"
by Rev.com You’re an editor, right? So why must you add the skills of an Office Administrator to your required skill-set? Captioning and transcribing in your native language is hard enough, but what if you have to add those attributes to your final project in multiple languages? Ugghhhh! Tack on hours upon hours of typing, […]Read more "Hate Captioning, Transcribing? And What of Multiple Languages? Here’s REV…"
by Speakflow.com Big news – I’ve decided to change the name of teleprompt.me to Speakflow (speakflow.com). As I continue to grow this small business, I wanted a name that suits my plans to roll out more features and tools for content creators. With a new name, I can comfortably grow in a way that makes […]Read more "Speakflow.com (formerly teleprompt.me) is a Free Teleprompter Online App"
By Filmsupply Giving constructive criticism is a deeply nuanced art, but also a vital aspect of fostering creativity rather than constricting it. Delivering constructive feedback is more of an art than a science. On either side of the conversation, you have human beings who bring their own talents, insecurities, and biases to the table. If not […]Read more "5 Elements of Giving Effective Feedback Fueling Creativity"
by Videomaker You have in mind a cinematic project with multiple locations with explicit narrative descriptions, complex characters with unique dialogue, and a whole lot of film editing instructions. Is there a way to accurately portray all of that in one document? Yes, yes, there is! Is called a screenplay, which follows a unique “Hollywood […]Read more "Download (5) Free Screenwriting Software"
by Butt Capper With Butt Capper, you’re just a couple clicks away from changing all of your selected strokes in your composition. I don’t know how I’ve managed to use After Effects without it. There have been plenty of times when I had twenty to thirty (and occasionally even fifty) layers of strokes. Imagine the […]Read more "ButtCapper – The Free Stroke Cap Script for AE"
BY BRENT DUNHAM, StudioBinder A great screenplay is worth millions (sometimes billions!) of dollars, so protect them through watermark PDFs! Are there simple steps to help increase the security of your script? YES! And they are readily available in StudioBinder. We’re going to show you how to create a watermark PDF of your script that also […]Read more "How To: Watermark Your Screenplays/Scripts"
by StudioBinder What is a “Shot List”? The easiest way to define a “shot” is as a single event your camera films. Shots sequence together and become scenes, and an organized list of shots (or “shot list”) will keep track of them all. The director and/or cinematographer fills out the shot list template. It breaks […]Read more "The Only Shot List Template You Need — with Free Download"
by Wonder Unit and Kim Sternisha Storyboarder makes it easy to visualize a story as fast you can draw stick figures. Quickly draw to test if a story idea works. Create and show animatics to others. Express your story idea without making a movie. Storyboarder is a free tool created by Wonder Unit that makes it easy […]Read more "Storyboarder: The Best (Free) Way to Visualize Your Story"