Monthly Archives: December 2016

This Guy Edits – In Conversation | Jonny Elwyn – Film Editor

 

Editor Sven Pape, This Guy Edits, in Conversation Film Editor Sven Pape was kind enough to make the time to chat to me about his successful YouTube channel – This Guy Edits – which I …

Source: This Guy Edits – In Conversation | Jonny Elwyn – Film Editor

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5 Books to Expand Your Skill Set as an Editor | Jonny Elwyn – Film Editor

 

5 Books To Expand Your Skill Set as a Film Editor As an editor there are actually a wide variety of places that your unique skill set can take you, as your career develops. In this post I’ve …

Source: 5 Books to Expand Your Skill Set as an Editor | Jonny Elwyn – Film Editor

Watch a Premiere Pro to DaVinci Resolve Workflow | Creative Planet Network

In the below video, Casey Faris explains his workflow that goes from Adobe Premiere Pro to DaVinci Resolve for color grading and then back to Premiere for final edits. Watch the quick 5-minute tutorial below.

Source: Watch a Premiere Pro to DaVinci Resolve Workflow | Creative Planet Network

White Paper: Cloud-Based Storage for Digital Video and Cinema Production | Creative Planet Network

SanDisk has posted a free white paper about cloud-based storage options for digital video and cinema production. When it comes to generating and manipulating massive amounts of digital information, few industries match the data-intensive workloads of movie and TV production. Digital cinema, including HFR 3D and emerging Ultra High Definition (UHD) resolution specification, will generate even more data workload.  In this paper, learn how to:

Source: White Paper: Cloud-Based Storage for Digital Video and Cinema Production | Creative Planet Network

Watch a Presentation Dedicated to Using FCP X for a Narrative Workflow | Creative Planet Network

In the below presentation from Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group, Sam Mestman, Patrick Southern and Gergana Angelova discuss a narrative workflow on Apple Final Cut Pro X 10.3. The trio demonstrates automated syncing, organization and renaming, as well as automated Pro Tools input and wide color gamut management for DCP render and delivery. Watch below. (via FCP.co)

Source: Watch a Presentation Dedicated to Using FCP X for a Narrative Workflow | Creative Planet Network

Adobe Premiere CC 2017 – Real World Feature Review — Mystery Box

Adobe Premiere CC 2017 – Real World Feature Review

Source: Adobe Premiere CC 2017 – Real World Feature Review — Mystery Box

Media Composer Tutorial for Premiere Pro Users | Creative Planet Network

Avid is releasing a free new tutorial series called “Get Started Fast with Media Composer for Adobe Editors,” designed to get Premiere Pro editors up-and-running quickly on Avid Media Composer. In the first episode MacProVideo.com’s Kevin P. McAuliffe talks about the project window, setting up a new project, and user settings.

Source: Media Composer Tutorial for Premiere Pro Users | Creative Planet Network

Watch a Premiere Pro to DaVinci Resolve Workflow | Creative Planet Network

In the below video, Casey Faris explains his workflow that goes from Adobe Premiere Pro to DaVinci Resolve for color grading and then back to Premiere for final edits. Watch the quick 5-minute tutorial below.

Source: Watch a Premiere Pro to DaVinci Resolve Workflow | Creative Planet Network

Editing Tips For a Two Camera Edit in Premiere Pro | Cinescopophilia

Editing a two camera shoot can be a bit tricky for some. Thanks to Tim Grey and X-Rite Photo you can learn some handy tips and video workflow techniques for editing video footage from two cameras using the Adobe Premiere Pro NLE software platform. Leave a Comment Here comments

Source: Editing Tips For a Two Camera Edit in Premiere Pro | Cinescopophilia

How Casey Neistat’s Style of Editing Made Him So Famous | Fstoppers

The Nerdwriter is a Youtube channel run by a guy called Evan Puschak. He uploads great analysis video essays about movies, writers, and most recently, about one of the great vloggers of our time, Casey Neistat. Now although Casey finished his daily vlog, it’s still important to analyze and see how Casey as an editor of his vlog went about shooting, and most importantly, how he edited his vlogs to make it entertaining and fun to watch.

Source: How Casey Neistat’s Style of Editing Made Him So Famous | Fstoppers