It’s rare that hand-held video footage is perfectly stable. Unless you’re using a tripod or expensive steadicam, you can bet that your video needs a bit of stabilization in post-production.
Video is the big opportunity: photographers have been hearing this for years! But we have a library full of photos and far less video footage. What do you do when you need to produce a video, but don’t have the time or experience to shoot hours of footage?
Cutting Edge: Five Exciting New Items for Video Artists, by Video Artists. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just getting into video, it’s tempting to search for what’s already popular. We all do it! But, looking for what’s already proven, you can miss out on new possibilities.
To get started with Final Cut Pro X, you’ll need to import your video footage into the app. There are a number of options that control how Final Cut Pro handles footage, and you’ll see the most efficient way possible in this lesson.
The glitch effect has a futuristic and sci-fi style to it. It’s one of the best ways to grab a viewer’s attention at the beginning of your video.
You have the best subject to interview, you have your head in the right place and your questions and thread sorted, but how do you behave? This lesson is all about rhythm, reading the signs, and knowing how to act in such a way that you get the very best from your subject. You’ll also learn why the second time can sometimes be better.
In the world of video editing, the straightforward cut is the most useful, the most used and the least obtrusive way to transition from one scene to another, but all projects are different, and there are times when you need a transition with a bit more bite.
We’re mad about sport. The daily scores and dramas are usually a part of every news broadcast. If you’re looking to add sport to yours, whether that’s football, basketball or even golf, there’s something here for you.
When you first open a powerful app like Final Cut Pro X, the menus and options can seem overwhelming. You might know what you want to do, but not how to do your work in the most straightforward way.
The long shadow effect can bring a bit of drama and on-trend style to the creative visuals in your video. With logos and graphics especially, applying a sizable shadow can really set off the look.
Learn From the Best: Here are the 5 Top Video Creators on VideoHive This Month. In this series we introduce the current top five video artists on ThemeKeeper Market’s VideoHive, by sales.