by Daron James, nofilmschool.com Premiere Pro feature aims to organize large-scale projects. Adobe Premiere Pro announced a new I-didn’t-think-I-needed-this-but-I’m-glad-it’s-here feature dubbed “Productions.” Before we dive into exactly what it is. It’s not available, yet. Let me repeat that for our skim-readers: this a “coming soon” situation. It’s like the pre-roll footage before the actual trailer. This […]Read more "Adobe Premiere Pro's New 'Productions' Tool Explained"
by Larry Jordan TheInsideTips now supports viewer-contributed tips! Here’s the link. For years, I’ve wanted to create a place people could go to share their favorite tips, shortcuts and workarounds. There’s lots of forums, but none to devoted just to tips. We created it. Now, we made it possible for you to contribute tips, too!Here’s the link: www.theinsidetips.com/contributors/ To […]Read more "'The Inside Tips' Now Supports Your Viewer-Contributed Tips"
by Blue Mantle Films The actual method really does take only about 30 seconds. I’ve included additional info as well in the video so that you can get even more out of this trick, so that’s why the video is longer than 30 seconds. 🙂 This method of removing video flicker is a variation of […]Read more "Fix VIDEO FLICKER in 30 Seconds WITHOUT Plugins"
by Motion Array We all understand that video editing takes a fair bit of processing power. When working on projects that push those limits, something has to give. In Adobe Premiere Pro CC, playback lag is a common issue faced by editors. Whether it’s just a few frames or larger chunks of your sequence, playback […]Read more "Ways to Fix Premiere Pro CC Playback Lag Issues"
by Daniel Walter Scott, envato tuts Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop in this comprehensive course. Go from beginner to pro in 23 videos exploring all the essential Photoshop tools and techniques. In Adobe Photoshop for Beginners, you’ll work through a series of free Photoshop tutorials for beginners, each delivered in easy-to-watch video format and aimed […]Read more "From the Top: Adobe Photoshop for Beginners"
by Film Editing Pro In this Premiere Pro tutorial, we’ll explain the three ways to edit on your timeline: • 3-Point Editing • Pancake (Stacked) Editing • Timeline Editing You’ll learn the pro’s and con’s of each to figure out the fastest and most ideal workflow for you. Click here for free creative editing training. […]Read more "3-Point, Pancake or Timeline Editing – WHICH IS BEST?"
by Taylor Martin, CNET Take advantage of your router’s USB port with a little trick that lets you share a hard drive with anyone on your Wi-Fi network. Setting up a networked hard drive is a great way to access all your files from multiple computers. Maybe you want to share documents with coworkers without having […]Read more "Share a Hard Drive with Everyone on your Wi-Fi Network"