Ok, you have all these amazing shots, but how to you put them together for a movie that looks seamless and professional? Find all the video editing tips and tricks you could wish for from special effects to rolling credits and curtain falls. Learn how to make your own home movies from a combination of video clips and still photos as well as how to put the finishing touches on your independent film production.
Video conversion is one of the most essential parts of the post-production process, especially as we diversify the types of formats we use. Here are several articles outlining everything you need to know about video conversion, from how to get started to specific formats and software options.
Learning how DVDs work, how to manage the software, what hardware to get, and what makes a professional product is critical if you want to become a DVD author. Here is a set of tutorials to set you up in the world of DVD authoring.
Imagination is the limit when it comes to the special effects any person can use in a movie production. From photorealistic to fantastic effects, these visual elements require combining technical and creative skills in order to produce the desired look for the film’s visuals.
Shooting on chroma screen is now a popular way to produce special effect shots not only in professional productions but also in amateur works. Find out how you can incorporate this technique into your film projects.
Sitting down to edit a video can feel overwhelming thanks to all the tools and techniques available to editors. While there seems to be an abundance of information to learn, here are the best tutorials to help you get your project off the ground and onto the screen.
A lot of home video producers may know the basics of video editing, but to really be at a professional level you have to go beyond simple cutting and pasting. Here are some tutorials to teach you the more advanced elements of video editing, from the platforms through project management and jobs.
Most post-production systems are simply software operating on regular computers with peripherals, but the Casablanca system brings in a hardware component for an interesting integration of analog and digital.
The post production field is one of the most lucrative for the professional film and video industries, as long as you know what to look for. Here is an outline of what you need to know, and how you have to start to find jobs in video post production.
Online video editing may finesse things, but offline video editors build it from the ground up. Here is a look at the process of going from an offline editor to an online editor and what they each do.
The .m2ts video format is so specific that it may actually cause you some problems when you are trying to use it as part of your digital video post-production process. Here are a few tips for dealing with these issues with a focus on why it is difficult in most workflows.