Video Editing

  • Knowing When to Avoid Transition Effects in Video Editing

    Transitions are an important part of video editing, but there are a lot of times when it's better to leave well enough alone.
    By Shane Burley July 4, 2011 

  • Green Screen Techniques

    The green screen can be a great way to add special effects easily, but you have to plan ahead closely before jumping into it. Learn how to make them look as if they are interacting with the background and how to make body parts disappear.
    By Shane Burley July 4, 2011 

  • Exporting Using QuickTime for Compressor

    Often times errors will make it difficult to use Compressor strait out of your Final Cut Pro file, so exporting as a QuickTime file and then compressing it may be the answer.
    By Shane Burley July 4, 2011 


  • Importing Audio in Windows Movie Maker

    Here's an easy guide for getting audio into your Windows Movie Maker project.
    By Shane Burley July 4, 2011 

  • Using Coverage When Editing Narrative Scenes

    Coverage is a common film technique, and editing this approach has a standard way to keep things organized.
    By Shane Burley July 4, 2011 

  • Making Text in Windows Movie Maker

    Here is the method by which you would add text, such as titles and cast and crew credits, into your film using the free video editing program Windows Movie Maker.
    By Shane Burley July 4, 2011 


  • Storing Project Files in Final Cut Pro

    Final Cut Pro has a special way that it catalogues your progress on a project and these project files should be addressed specifically so that they do not get lost in the shuffle.
    By Shane Burley July 4, 2011 

  • Checking Progress in Compressor

    Learn two ways to check the progress of your digital video editing project's compression in Apple's Compressor.
    By Shane Burley July 4, 2011 

  • Exporting Video from a DVD Studio Pro File

    Here is a quick and easy way to export an MPEG video from a compressed one in your DVD Studio Pro work file.
    By Shane Burley July 4, 2011 

  • Windows Movie Maker: Tips for Using the Wipe Transition

    Here are some great tips for using the classic Wipe video transition in your Windows Movie Maker project.
    By Shane Burley July 4, 2011 
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