You know when your video footage has that really nasty flickering in it? Yeah, that’s just the worst thing ever. “Where’s the hot shot that turned a strobe light on during the shoot,” you wonder, but hey, I promise it wasn’t the hot shots’ fault. It’s banding, or flickering, which happens when the frequency of a light source doesn’t match up nicely with the frame rate of your camera. If you’re like, “Yeah, cool information…wish I knew that before I shot all my footage,” don’t throw your work out just yet. Filmmaker Peter McKinnonhas a ridiculously quick and easy hack that may fix your flicker problem completely.
Check out his tutorial below…
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When the number of your project’s video and audio tracks reaches the several dozens, staying organized is an absolute necessity.
As it typically goes, the bigger the film project, the bigger the editing timeline. If you’ve edited shorts or YouTube videos, chances are you only use a handful of video and audio tracks to keep your assets organized—I mean, if you’re the only one working in post and will be the one delivering the final product straight to the web, you probably don’t need much more than that.
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Hey! Here’s 5 free glitch presets by Motion Array for all your Premiere Pro edits. These things will really add some amazing visual interest to your shots. Simply drop the presets on a photo, video, or text element within the edit to add digital noise to your sequences. They are awesome for transitioning from shot to shot, title, or just to shake things up a little. Enjoy!
In this free course, we explore the ins and outs of Final Cut Pro X. We take you from asset to delivery. When complete you’ll be able to navigate in the Final Cut Pro X environment, work in the timeline, use tools, work with effects, apply effects, set render controls, use compressor and publish directly from Final Cut Pro X. The essentials of Final Cut Pro X…
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