Reading Time: 6 minutes Welcome back to our Premiere Pro CC series. In our first instalment, we looked at how to import footage into the programme. So, what comes next? Naturally, seeing as this is an editing programme, it’s time to do just that. How to edit footage. Editing footage can seem daunting if you don’t know where to
Reading Time: 4 minutes This first article will get you started at the very beginning of the editing process – How to import footage in Premiere Pro CC and organise it. When you first begin using Premiere Pro CC, it can be a little bit daunting. There’s a lot to unpack and get to grips with. But don’t worry.
Reading Time: 5 minutes If you are looking to add depth and effects to your video projects quickly, then you should be using Free Video Overlays. Firstly, they can save a considerable amount of time creating compositions, allowing you to create a film that looks beyond the capabilities of your application. Secondly, there are a lot of free video
Reading Time: 6 minutes Do you have a project which needs grading and you’re looking for the best colour grading software? If you’re a video editor, you understand just how important colour grading is, right? Alongside light, a colour grade has the ability to completely transform the mood and tone of a film, subtly (or sometimes not so subtle)
Reading Time: 5 minutes Looking for some free video assets to spice up your project? Editing is almost always a long process, so anything that can save time in any area of post-production is helpful. You want your project to be high quality, so cutting corners isn’t an option. Utilising various stock video assets won’t just save you editing