Monthly Archives: September 2016
You’ve overexposed your shot. Now what? Thankfully, all is not lost. Use these techniques to salvage overexposed footage.
Feast your eyes on the latest VFX breakdowns from shows like the Netflix smash retro-hit Stranger Things and the sixth season of Game of Thrones.
Ready to maximize the reach of your video content? Here are the ideal video lengths, specs, voice, and style for Facebook, YouTube, and Vimeo.
In the below video, Cinefex examines how both holding long and cutting short in editing can greatly affect how a story is perceived. The video examines two very different films, Ida and No Country for Old Men, to get its point across. In Ida, the main character has decided to kill herself and the long shots of her room, with the window she’s eventually going to jump out of in the center, imbues the window with meaning before the shocking act even takes place.
Feeling the pressure of projects that were due yesterday? Here are some tips you can use to help automate tasks in Premiere Pro so you can meet those project deadlines.
A Review of the Audio Network Panel for Adobe Premiere Pro CC Thanks to the Audio Network panel for Adobe Premiere Pro CC, video editors are free to browse and license music more efficiently then ever. Listen and learn how this integrated music library inside Premiere Pro CC will make searching and purchasing music faster and more productive.