BY LOGAN BAKER | Premiumbeat Laggy playback is a pretty—let’s go with not uncommon—complaint from Premiere Pro users. Because our team feels your pain, we took a deep-dive into Adobe’s Premiere Pro troubleshooting pages and community forums to compile a list of solutions to try out when Premiere Pro feels like it’s lagging. Going into this, it’s important to remain realistic […]Read more "Things to Check When Adobe Premiere Pro Is Lagging"
by Larry Jordan All it takes is changing one setting… cast shadow. : a shadow cast by an object or figure in a painting or other picture. You can add a cast shadow to any clip, however it is most effective with text. Here’s how to create it. In my example, I created a text clip and […]Read more "Easy: Add a Cast Shadow to Text"
by Payette Forward I don’t normally show this sort of thing, but since your iPhone is such an intricate part of any video professional’s arsenal — whether it be contacting clients, using apps for film making, or actually capturing your project with it’s camera — it’s important to keep your iPhone in tip top shape […]Read more "iPhone Settings You Need To Turn Off NOW"
by Pond5 Video is the fastest-rising form of communication, with high-quality recording devices more accessible than ever and marketplaces like Pond5 providing everything you need to make amazing videos without even picking up a camera. Meanwhile, the number of platforms for sharing your videos is also expanding, and each one has its own specifications for video formats, […]Read more "Export Video Settings for YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter"
by Air Photography In this video for GoPro beginners, we are taking a look at Protune for the Hero 7 Black and discussing in detail what every setting is and when you would want to use them. If you own a Hero 6 or 5 Black you can still follow along as the settings are […]Read more "Hero 7 Black Protune Explained"
by Larry Jordan Most of the time, Apple Final Cut Pro X works reliably. But, every so often, things go weird. Here’s a list of things to try before you call Apple Support. These are listed in order. Try each of these steps, then see if FCP X starts working properly. If it is, then […]Read more "Trouble-Shoot Your Apple Final Cut Pro X System"
by VidProMom One of the first things I do when edit my GoPro videos is I browse for GoPro Music ideas. I ask myself how I want my video to feel, what “vibe” I want it to have, and stuff like that. Sometimes finding background music can take forever though! In this post, I put together […]Read more "GoPro Music Ideas – Links & Freebies"
By Chris Hocking, latenitefilms.com INTRODUCTION: FCPX Hacks is a free and open source Hammerspoon script that adds a mountain-load of new features to Final Cut Pro 10.2.3. It originally started off as a little proof of concept project to make finding the browser play-head easier for Scott Simmons (read the original blog post below) – but has since grown into a […]Read more "Free and Open Source Final Cut Pro Hacks"
by Fangs This will give you some of our favorite tips on how to shoot an interview that stands out from the crowd! Free Download here. FANGS IS A BRAND OF RELEASE THE HOUNDS STUDIOS. Fangs is launching a youtube channel that will focus on tips and tricks for production, camera tutorials, gear reviews, and […]Read more "FREE “HOW TO SHOOT A GREAT INTERVIEW” PDF"
February 26, 2013 by Craig Newman, Entendre Productions If you are doing Corporate Video Production, an Online Video Blog or a Creative Film Production then a Camera Log is an excellent way to record camera and lighting data such as T-stops, ISO, Speed, meter readings and contrast ratios. For all the film snobs out there, I […]Read more "A Digital Film Camera Log Template"