by CommandPost CommandPost is a free and open source native macOS application that acts as a bridge between control surfaces, and software that doesn’t natively support control surfaces, such as Apple’s Final Cut Pro X and Adobe After Effects. It’s used by filmmakers, scientists and just general macOS fans all over the world to seriously speed up mundane tasks through powerful […]Read more "CommandPost: Hundreds of Shortcuts and Features for Final Cut Pro & More"
by Mark Harrison I use these ten FINAL CUT shortcuts/tricks every time I edit. I hope they can help you save loads of time during your editing process! First Level 1 beginner tutorial – https://youtu.be/hNWLw0hiX5Y Built-In Effects tutorial – https://youtu.be/cEhgveyPPKYRead more "FINAL CUT PRO – Top 10 Tricks/Timesavers!"
by Ian Lunn Since the release of macOS Sierra, when in Finder, it is now possible to use the shortcut: CMD + SHIFT + . Press once to show hidden files and again to hide them. If you’re using a version earlier than macOS Sierra, see Show/Hide Hidden Files using Terminal Aliases to setup a […]Read more "The Quickest Way to Show/Hide Hidden Files"
By Logan Baker, Shutterstock Regardless of your video editing skill level in Premiere Pro, there are always new features to incorporate into your workflow. One of the best parts about Premiere is the seemingly endless number of shortcuts, hacks, and work-arounds for solving problems and expediting your edit. Let’s take a look at some of the […]Read more "10 Video Editing Hacks You Probably Don’t Use"
by Videoblocks.com This downloadable infographic from Videoblocks.com can be printed and taped up next to your monitor, so you never have to worry about forgetting. Make it your little secret or spread the wealth—video mastery is at your fingertips. Best of all, these are all standard, preset keyboard shortcuts in Premiere, so there’s no setup […]Read more "Ultimate Guide to Premiere Keyboard Shortcuts"
July 29, 2015 By Pete Collins If you are like me, you love keyboard shortcuts but often forget that cool one that you only use every now and then. The good news is that you can press Command -/ (slash) or (PC Ctrl -/) to bring up all of the keyboard shortcuts for that module. […]Read more "Lightroom: A Single Shortcut for ALL Keyboard shortcuts"
February 19, 2014 by Richard Taylor 5-2) Change the in or out point of a clip under a transition. Select the Trim tool (T key). Click and hold your mouse on the clip and slide left or right to choose a new in point (if the clip is to the right of the transition) or out […]Read more "Final Cut Pro X Tips and Tricks"
January 29, 2014 by Gerard Tay, revuptransmedia.com The Little Ones:10 Almost New Shortcuts in Premiere Pro CC The good things in life are hard to find, and with the rate of the CC updates, I often stumble onto new functions that I did not know were there. In two previous articles I mentioned that you […]Read more "10 Almost New Shortcuts in Premiere Pro CC"
May 3, 2013 by Greg Olson, VideoMaker As a long time After Effects user, I still find myself discovering new features nearly every day. Many times I’ll be watching some type of training video, and while the main concept of the video is the primary reason for watching, I’m always looking out for ways […]Read more "After Effects: So that’s what the timeline search box is for!"
February 15, 2013 by Simpo Tech It’s really easy to combine PDF files on Mac OS X. Both Leopard and Snow Leopard have the ability to move pdf pages around and even merge two pdf files together. What’s more, the Preview is built right in all Mac OS X – you don’t even need a […]Read more "Tip: How to combine PDF files on a Mac?"