Manu shows you how to spice up your videos with some tips that are pure gold, using footage from his sunny, hot vacation with the family at Disney World. 3 tips on how to spice up a slide show, where to find simple and free transitions, using footage to tell a story, and more.
In post-production, the editing timeline is where the magic happens. But all those layered clips, effects, and transitions can get out of control and cause unforeseen problems. In Premiere Pro, nesting sequences save the day.
Manu covers nesting tip and tricks such as adding effects to multiple clips, using warp and speed, and when to use nest or a subsequence.
Cuts and transitions in editing are powerful but it’s easy to forget their importance when we focus on so many aspects of production: cameras, lighting, locations, sound and so on. So we decided to have a little fun and edit a scene three completely different ways, the Jane and Julie scene from our Shot Lists video.
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What’s the difference between reverb and echo? How do you minimize reverb in a small room without covering every inch of the walls with acoustic foam? What is good acoustic foam? Spuds covers all this and more as he shows how he strategically set up acoustic foam panels on his walls to minimize reverb when he records sound and when he edits audio.
See how using the Remix feature in Adobe Audition CC can make editing music faster. Remix can automatically re-arrange any song to fit any duration. We show you all of the advanced parameters and what they do. Remix can help you quickly make music loops and cut down or extend the length of your background music.
We’re so used to digital post effects and CGI that we forget that in camera effects were the defacto SFX technique back in the day, and are still used today. Spuds creates both in camera and post effects with the help of Micah and looks at the history and use of a time-honored technique: from Pepper’s ghost to a recent episode of “Sherlock.”