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When you see a brilliant white Apple-branded certificate of accomplishment framed and hanging in an editing suite, it can make [...]
For all you Final Cut Pro users here is our list of the top 10 video editing shortcut keys you need to know. And for you Adobe Premiere users, we have an extra bonus for you at the bottom.
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I’m going to make a confession here. I am addicted to The Food Network. Like, major addiction. When I’m able to pry myself away from the television and head to work, I often try to replicate some of the graphics and visual effects that they use to make their food look oh-so-sexy. That’s how I came across this quick Final Cut Pro trick for making a cut out effect with text. For you foodies out there, you’ll recognize this effect as the open from Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate. (For those of you who don’t spend hours on end watching food porn, click here to see what I’m talking about). There are tons of uses for this simple trick, so take a look at the steps below and add it to your repertoire.
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Here’s a quick list of Final Cut Pro’s keyboard shortcuts. Learning these will make you a more efficient editor!
There are tons of different file formats for video out there, but how do you know you have the one that will work with your software?
We’ve compiled a list to make sure you know which formats are supported by some of today’s most popular editing and presentation programs.
Lower third graphics are an easy way to add extra information to your video. Most video editing software have built-in graphic generators that you could use to build lower thirds, but they are often limiting and do not yield professional results.