Neat Video & Premiere Pro: Order of Effects Matters
The Way to Smooth Editing in Final Cut Pro
At times Final Cut can become sluggish and updating preview may become super-slow. Luckily there is more than one way you can make Final Cut more responsive. Some simple adjustments can change the way you edit and make the whole process more enjoyable.
Apply Effects to Multiple Clips in After Effects Fast
Adobe After Effects has a few different ways you can apply effects to a number of clips. Depending on your specific style of editing and clips you work on the techniques may differ, but you will definitely find a solution that works for you.
Make Editing in Premiere Pro Smoother
Editing video is a non-stop juggle. You constantly have to make decisions about what effects to add to clips, what frame size to choose. You also have to think about the time you might have to spend waiting for the preview to be updated before you can carry on with editing.
Applying Effects to Several Clips in Final Cut
It's time to cover different ways of applying effects to multiple clips in Final Cut Pro. Knowing these tricks can potentially help you save lots of time in editing.
Attack Noise with Calibration Target
When you are busy shooting it’s hard to keep everything in mind. When filming in low light conditions, the list of things to take care of goes even longer. You may simply forget to take a couple of seconds to record something featureless to help yourself build a noise profile and fix unwanted noise and gran in post. In the worst-case scenario, you can end up with a clip, that is so rich with details that it’s impossible to find a big flat area to build a quality noise profile.