It’s easy to not think about color correcting and grading — especially if you’re shooting with something similar to Canon-level color science — but it matters. Correcting the color in your footage, and applying unique color grades, can really increase your production values.
If you have footage from a live event — or a TV show with multiple clips — try using the multi-cam feature in Premiere. With multi-cam, users can switch between multiple video feeds in real-time, just like a TV switcher on a live production.
This is how I edit audio in my wedding films. And when I say "edit audio", I mean Mixing, EQ, Audio Sweetening, all the terms that are used to describe making your audio sound as good as possible, as quickly as possible.
LEARN THREE-POINT EDITING AND EDIT LIKE A PRO! | Learn about what three-point editing is and why it's so great! | We will go over exactly how and why you would use these techniques in Premiere and just how easy they are!
You’ve made your film, great! Now how do you get your finished video out of Premiere Pro in the appropriate format? There are export settings for everything, but we’ll go into the ones you’re most likely to need, here.
INTRO Creating a Project and Walking through the Layout Importing and Organizing Media Creating a Sequence and Adding Clips BASICS Basic Video Editing (Part 1) Basic Video Editing (Part 2) Tools and Shortcuts Adjusting Clip Dimensions TITLES & TEXT [...]
DSLR Video Shooting tutorial. DSLR can shoot great video and in this DSLR video tutorial I explain the DSLR settings for shooting great video with DSLR. This DSLR video tutorial will not only cover the settings but also provide you some tips so you can shoot great video with your DSLR. This DSLR video tutorial […]
This wikiHow teaches you how to set up, film, and publish a video on YouTube. YouTube videos can be as casual or as high-quality as you prefer; if you don't want to plan out your video, skip to the end of this article for instructions on uploading it to YouTube.
Designed for emerging mainstream imaging applications, the 256GB CFexpress 2.0 Gold Memory Card from ProGrade Digital provides read speeds of up to 1600 MB/s, which helps to quickly offload content to your computer, and write speeds of up to 1000 MB/s.
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