Find out how to use the iClone 4 animation software with this iClone 4 tutorial. It includes an overview of the interface and step by step instructions for basic features.
Adobe After Effects helps aid in special effects and complex editing tasks. The main tool used in this software when working with video is the timeline and there are a lot of things an editor can manipulate from within this feature.
Here is a look at lighting techniques that will make your digital video film look like a Hollywood masterpiece.
Edit 3D videos or convert 2D content into 3D with the following 3D video editing software. Learn about the features of each one and determine which is best for your project.
Learn how to edit video clips with the following Final Cut Express HD tutorial. It covers several basic features that will get you acquainted with this video editing software.
Learn how to edit video clips with this Adobe Premiere Elements 9 tutorial. It covers several basic features that will get you acquainted with this video editing software.
Here is a look at whether or not you can actually import an EXE file into your Adobe Premiere video editing project.
Vegas Pro 10 is an amazing program if you know how to use it. While Vegas isn’t an overly complicated program, you still need to learn its quirks and abilities. This tutorial helps you with basic editing, rendering and importing tasks.
Apple Compressor has stood out as one of the most popular video compression programs, especially because it is directly tied in to the non-linear video editing program Final Cut Pro. Here is a look at using Apple Compressor for YouTube compression through its standard process, and other options.
The iPad is still relatively new to the consuming public, but people have already seen its as one of the premiere devices for portable video viewing. Here is a look at how to use Apple Compressor and a couple of alternatives to convert and compress videos for use on the iPad.