Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve is currently the only software that allows you to edit, create motion graphics and VFX, mix audio, and, color grade from start to finish.
“The Haunting of Hill House” production designer Patricio Farrell reveals what goes into creating his elaborate sets and how the show’s unforgettable edifice came to life.
Automating clips to a sequence in Premiere Pro allows you to get a large number of clips, images, or audio files down to the timeline very quickly.
Embracing the show’s neo-noir aesthetic, the “Riverdale” title card evokes a flashing neon sign. It’s a very cool effect, which you can replicate yourself using Premiere Pro and Red Giant Universe.
“Widows” once again demonstrates “12 Years a Slave” director Steve McQueen’s uncanny visual eye, something that is guided by his long-running collaboration with cinematographer Sean Bobbitt.
“They Shall Not Grow Old” is a fascinating passion project from the renowned director, who employed modern technology to restore, colorize, and humanize World War I footage in a remarkable new way.
Mocha AE, which has been bundled with After Effects for over 10 years, has received a major overhaul, delivering new features and an improved workflow.
The latest Premiere Pro update includes improvements in color correction and grading, audio repair, motion graphics templates, and VR180 editing.
Taylor Brook teaches music history at Columbia and electronic-music composition at Manhattan School of Music, but he always finds the time to create production pieces that resonate with buyers.
If you have truly authentic content with great characters and meaningful stories, there’s little that can stop you on your journey to bringing it to air.