Monthly Archives: February 2016

What’s it like to work as a special effects compositor? | Features | Culture | The Independent

Ricardo Musch has worked as a digital compositor for a number of Hollywood films, including Oscar winner The Revenant. He is responsible for making computer-generated images look natural in the scenes in which they appear. To do this, he has to destroy parts of the CGI image so it looks as if the object or character has actually been filmed.

Source: What’s it like to work as a special effects compositor? | Features | Culture | The Independent

Why A Director Shouldn’t Edit Their Own Movie | Watch Indie

I was asked why a director shouldn’t edit his/her own films today… again. I get a lot of blow-back from my usual answer, but I’m steadfast in my belief that a director should never edit their own film. I know; never is a strong word.

Source: Why A Director Shouldn’t Edit Their Own Movie | Watch Indie

The Hidden Meaning Behind Popular Video Transitions

There’s more to video transitions than simply moving between scenes. Let’s look at the reasons behind the cuts.

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The Basics of Building a Color Correction Suite

Working with color takes more than just the right software. Here are three tips for building a color correction suite that will improve your output.

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Editing Deadpool and Hail, Caesar! in Premiere Pro | Jonny Elwyn – Film Editor

Editing Deadpool and Hail, Caesar! in Premiere Pro As an editor who cuts in Adobe Premiere Pro every day, it’s always exciting to see major Hollywood films make the jump into very much the sa…

Source: Editing Deadpool and Hail, Caesar! in Premiere Pro | Jonny Elwyn – Film Editor

Premiere Pro Tutorial: Automatically Syncing Audio to Video

Learn how to automatically sync audio to video in this helpful Premiere Pro video tutorial.

Source: Premiere Pro Tutorial: Automatically Syncing Audio to Video

Looping keyframed values

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How to watch, edit & publish 360-degree videos – YouTube

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