Parker Walbeck and Landon Bytheway have 10 super critical tips that will help you edit faster in Premiere Pro.
Video technology is advancing all the time. How can you keep up and efficiently deliver a quality edit on time? Simple, with proxies.
Just as a craftsperson chooses their tools to fit their needs, you'll need to choose the right video editing software for the task at hand.
When post-production is broken down into smaller steps, it becomes much easier to follow and it helps you stay on track.
While this list doesn't cover every single piece of jargon a seasoned editor might use, it should give you a decent handle on the most commonly used terminology.
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Configuring a RAID system may not be the sexiest thing you read about today, but if you want to level up your editing game, read on.
Three point editing is a precision process that allows the editor to place edits exactly where they want them with minimal work.
One of the most common shortcuts an editor takes is to drag and drop their clips directly into the timeline. The truth is, drag and drop editing isn’t a shortcut. The time it takes to mouse clips back and forth between windows adds up. It doesn’t guarantee accuracy either,...
5 Tips that Will Save You Time in the Edit Suite
There are multiple routes you can take to get to the final destination of a finished video, but you must decide how you’re going to get there, and you’ll need to get there fast. Here are five ways to rev up the bay and make for a quick edit. Use...
10 Shortcuts to Take With DaVinci Resolve 14
Video editing suites are ripe with controls. The number of tools at your disposal is astounding. What’s even more astounding is the fact that you need to keep track of all these tools and access the majority of them through a single interface, the keyboard. Now in version 14, DaVinci...
Health Tips for Video Editors
As I wrote today, I did 40 squats, 40 push-ups, and 20 sun salutations, in between adjusting my dorky lumbar support pillow. I ate a banana, drank a bottle of water, and went for a walk around the neighborhood when I finished. All of those things might seem distant...