by Serge M Learn to add a camera whip transition in Final Cut Pro, without the need to download or install any plugins. The custom transition demonstrated in this video can be done directly in Final Cut Pro, without the need to download or install any custom plugins. The transition is achieved by using the […]Read more "Camera Whip Transitions for FCPX"
by Emilio Takas In this Final Cut Pro X Tutorial, I show you how can you create one of my favorite techniques, the Dolly Zoom or Vertigo Effect. You can use this effect in your drone or gimbal shots and will drastically improve your footage. Let us know how you like this tutorial in the […]Read more "Tutorial: Dolly Zoom (Vertigo) Effect in Final Cut Pro X"
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 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 Moviola This awesome new app from the Google Earth team is the answer, along with the Moviola guide that will get you up and running within minutes. Click here to watch this short 14 minute thorough tutorial! Survival Guides Mad skills in minutes! No one has hours/days/weeks to familiarize themselves with new software. Moviola Survival […]Read more "Google Earth Studio: Survival Guide"
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"
Film grain overlays are a great way to give digital footage a vintage look especially with 5 film grains for free. By Robbie Janney | Shutterstock Shutterstock captured these film grain overlays organically using real film stock and film cameras, and they’re available in 5 different types: 8mm Coarse Grain 16mm Coarse Grain 35mm Coarse Grain […]Read more "How to Use Film Grains + 5 FREE Film Grain Overlays"