The free Pond5 App for Apple Final Cut Pro X puts the power of the Pond5 marketplace at your fingertips while you work. Save time by working directly in your timeline, then simply drag and drop to check out.
The announcement was made from the show floor at the 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas, NV, where the Pond5 and Final Cut Pro teams are both demoing the app for attendees. The app will also be featured at the Final Cut Pro X: Post Without Limits event tonight at the Las Vegas Convention Center, hosted by FCPWORKS, FMC, Lumaforge, and Ripple Training, alongside presentations from Apple, DJI, Jaunt VR, and others.
Developed in close collaboration with Apple, and available for free download, the new Pond5 App for Final Cut Pro X lets users search for creative content through a streamlined interface with numerous robust search filters, then import previews of selected media files into their timelines with a single click. Editors can then try different video and audio file choices in their projects, apply filters and transitions, and save their work as they go.
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Mission: Veterans in Media & Entertainment (formerly known as Veterans in Film & Television) is a nonprofit networking organization that unites current and former members of the military working in the film and television industry.
PLEASE NOTE: We have recently changed names from VFT to VME as we attempt to include other media and entertainment fields such as news, music, gaming, radio, authors, and other creatives in the industry.
Created and operated by veterans, VME makes it simple and easy for the film & television industry to connect with the veteran community working in it. It is a resource for the film/TV industry to find and hire veterans. It is also an organization for veterans who work, or aspire to work, in film/TV to interact with, support, and learn from each other. There are three primary ways to connect with VME members… [Read More]
1. VME “VETERAN DIRECTORY”
2. SUBMIT AN OPPORTUNITY
3. SPEAK AT A VME EVENT
- Promote and advance veteran involvement within the film & television industry.
- Provide a means for the entertainment industry to connect with, hire, and feature current and former members of the military.
- Strengthen camaraderie amongst veterans within the film and television industry.
- Link to professional organizations within the industry (SAG, AFTRA, DGA, etc.)
- Become aware of our fellow veteran’s talents, skills, and resources.
- Introduce veterans to successful working professionals by hosting guest speakers and workshops.
- Create an awareness of veterans working within the industry.
- Provide a means and venue for mentorship.
- Pool resources for all phases of film & television production.
If you create a transition between two songs with different tempi, the result usually does not sound pleasing. In this one minute tutorial for Premiere Pro you learn how to adjust the tempo of the songs such that their beats match perfectly. The tutorial is just one minute long!
For more details, step-by-steps, and in depth explanations see here.
Check out a plethora of other short and to-the-point tutorials by mamoworld here.
In this Premiere Pro video tutorial, check out how to cut an entire sequence to the beat of a soundtrack in only a matter of seconds.
If you’ve seen any YouTube video, commercial, or travel video in the past few years, you’ve most likely seen a video cut to the beat of a song. This style of editing is a perfect way to enliven your video with some rhythm and style. Cutting to the beat isn’t hard at all, and it can be a practical asset for any editor. If you’re in the business of editing videos in a hurry every day, the faster edit the better.
Here’s a brilliant trick that saves time when you’re cutting to a beat.
This technique is particularly helpful when you have a group of clips in a folder. In this particular example, Peter McKinnon is working with B-roll footage. So if you’re using B-roll and need to cut to different shots, this method will work wonders. Just make sure you have all your clips organized first. [More, Continued]
One of the first things I do when edit my GoPro videos is I browse for GoPro Music ideas. I ask myself how I want my video to feel, what “vibe” I want it to have, and stuff like that. Sometimes finding background music can take forever though! In this post, I put together some of my favorite GoPro background music tunes for Summer. Bookmark this post so you can come back to it! I’ll update it as I find more free GoPro music and paid GoPro music. Deal? This post contains affiliate links.
Let’s start with free background music, shall we?
Free GoPro Music
If you’ve read my post on background music, you know that Incompetech is my favorite place to get free GoPro music. Here are links to some of my recent favorites for summer!
- Tech Live is pretty cool, a little funky, but still laid back (free)
- Sunday Dub is another laid back groovy sound (free)
- Surf Shimmy is pretty rad… and sounds exactly like you think it should (free)
- Laser Groove is another cool one (free)
Meredith Marsh is a blogger, YouTuber, and podcast focused on motivating awesome people to create awesome videos–GoPro videos, family movies, vacation highlight reels, or business + marketing videos
Choosing the right music–whether you’re playing DJ around your friends, or doing something more serious like working on a video for a client– can be a hard choice. Our tastes in music are subjective and sometimes difficult to explain. People might like a song or artist for a variety of reasons, but that isn’t to say that consensus is impossible. The sections below explain different ways of analyzing musical candidates and connecting them to your video.
Genre, Instrumentation, and Dynamic Range
You should base your genre, instrumentation and dynamic range choices around the concept of the video. Consider the scene’s qualities and ask questions like: is it fast or slow, fluid or cinematic? Does the video have a defined pace that builds to a head?
Genres and instrumentation are closely tied and also vary depending on period. Contemporary genres include modern pop music, electronic music, rock, and hip-hop. Older genres include and are not limited to: classical, jazz and classic rock.
by Top Shelf Sounds
Top Shelf Sounds, Redefining the NCS Category to bring fresh new talented artist’s and tracks to the top (Non Copyrighted). NCS Sounds features downloadable Dance, House, electronic, Future Bass and Mixes… All Copyright Free Music, click here to use in your next production (with credit back to Top Shelf Sounds, of course).
Make Your Edit Sound Dramatic! – Using Sound Design To Make Your Video Sound Intense
Make sure you check out Casey’s tutorial on how to do a similar effect with color correction! https://www.youtube.com/user/CaseyFar…