Motion 5 can create visually stunning motion graphics for Final Cut or any other video editing software. In this short video tutorial, Larry Jordan shows how to export a Motion project to use in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
In this short video tutorial, Larry Jordan explains the different options for importing layered Photoshop graphics into Premiere Pro CC, and helps you decide which to choose for your projects.
This short video tutorial shows you how to create and modify text on a curve in Premiere Pro CC.
This short video tutorial illustrates which fonts are best for video and which ones should be avoided. These “rules” apply to all video projects in all NLEs, on both Mac and Windows systems.
A step-by-step tutorial on creating busses and sub-mixes for use in audio mixing a video project, using Adobe Audition CC.
A comparison of Adobe Media Encoder and Apple Compressor running on a new Mac Pro. [Updated]
A step-by-step tutorial on how to relink missing media in Premiere Pro CC.
An explanation of compression artifacts, and how to create test movies to make sure video images compressed with the best possible quality and smallest file size.
A short video tutorial showing how to move projects between Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe Audition CC for audio editing, repair and mixing.
This is a summary of new features in the latest release (7.1) of Adobe’s Creative Cloud video software.
A detailed description of what trimming is, and how to do it faster in Premiere Pro CC.
A video tutorial showing how to select and ingest tapeless video clips using Adobe Prelude CC.
This short video tutorial illustrates the new Sound Remover tool in Audition CC, which easily removes variable-frequency noise.
An in-depth tutorial on how to use the Broadcast Colors filter in Premiere Pro CS6 – and why.
Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to compress video for YouTube using Adobe Media Encoder CS6.
Here are two audio repair techniques to remove power line hum and remove audio glitches.
Although Adobe Audition and Premiere Pro are designed to work smoothly together, that doesn’t mean you are limited to only using Premiere Pro with Audition. In fact, there is a very nice, very fast way to move projects between Final Cut Pro 7 and Audition, which I want to show you here.
A subscriber, creating titles for a 16×9 movie that will go to SD DVD, writes in asking whether he keep his text in a 4×3 title safe grid. In response, we look at how Title Safe is defined.
Judging by my email, handling still images is by far the most confusing part of editing video — especially because the computer creates images using square pixels and video uses rectangular pixels, in a variety of shapes. This article explains everything you need to know to create great looking still images for your next video project.
This detailed analysis looks at how to create graphics on your computer that look “right” on FCP. It’s a detailed look at the difference between square and non-square pixels.