by VideoMaker We take you from asset to delivery and when complete you’ll be able to navigate in the Final Cut Pro X environment, work in the timeline, use tools, work with audio, transitions, titles and graphics, apply effects, set render controls, use compressor and publish directly from Final Cut Pro X. Please check out […]Read more "Get this Entire FCPX Video Course for Free!"
by Enis from Reverse Cuts One of the most exciting parts about video editing is that there’s so much to learn. New tools and techniques are being launched, created, and experimented with on a daily basis. Learning the basics is fairly easy and straightforward; getting past the basics takes a little more dedication and practice. […]Read more "5 Essential Timeline Tips for Faster Editing In Premiere Pro"
By Ryan McAfee, Pond5 There are a lot of shortcuts and tips for editing in Premiere, but not all of them can be performed without leaving the comfort of your timeline. Here are 5 tips for working in your timeline in Adobe Premiere Pro. In this video, we cover: 1. Nesting Sequences 2. Stacking or […]Read more "Timeline Tips for Faster Editing in Premiere"
by V Renée, nofilmschool When the number of your project’s video and audio tracks reaches the several dozens, staying organized is an absolute necessity. As it typically goes, the bigger the film project, the bigger the editing timeline. If you’ve edited shorts or YouTube videos, chances are you only use a handful of video and […]Read more "Stay Organized with This Free Premiere Pro Timeline Template"
by Videomaker Final Cut Pro X Essentials (Free for Non-Members) In this course, Videomaker explores the ins and outs of Final Cut Pro X. We take you from asset to delivery. When complete you’ll be able to navigate in the Final Cut Pro X environment, work in the timeline, use tools, work with audio, transitions, […]Read more "Final Cut Pro X Essentials, Free Training"
By Jason Boone, Premiumbeat PremiumBeat’s Jason Boone recorded this fantastic tutorial for effectively organizing your timeline and positioning clips and sequences in a neat and organized manor. The tutorial is great for any video editor feeling overwhelmed with footage and audio. Organization never felt so easy. Customize Your Timeline in PremiereRead more "Customize Your Timeline in Premiere"
by CopyPress Your client or manager has just asked you to create a video, now what? Before you start jotting down ideas and picking up the camera, make sure you’ve answered these questions. They’ll give your team a clearer picture of why you’re creating the video and everything that needs to get done to make it a […]Read more "16 Questions to Ask Before Creating a Video"