Adobe Premiere Pro to After Effects Round-tripping Workflow (Part Two)

A simple guide to understanding how to move projects and round-trip from Adobe Premiere Pro to Adobe After Effects.

The Adobe Premiere Pro to Autodesk Smoke Guide

A simple guide on how you can move projects from Adobe Premiere Pro to Autodesk Smoke.

The Adobe Premiere Pro Export Guide (Part Two): External Workflows

The simplest guide to learn how and what to export from Adobe Premiere Pro. Part Two covers moving projects from Premiere Pro to other software.

How to Round-trip from Final Cut Pro X to DaVinci Resolve (Part Three): Dealing with Changes

The simplest guide to help you round-trip from Final Cut Pro X to Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve. Part three looks at which effects are supported, and how you can handle re-edits.

How to Round-trip from Final Cut Pro X to DaVinci Resolve (Part Two): File Mismatch

The simplest guide to help you round-trip from Final Cut Pro X to Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve. Part Two covers Retiming effects and file type mismatches.

The Post Production Audio Guide (Part One): Sound Editing

A look at post production audio workflows, departments and methods, and how they contribute to form the perfect soundtrack. Part One covers Sound Editing.

Master Guide to Rigging a Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera – Part 9

Disclosure: Links in this post may be to our affiliates; sales through affiliate links may benefit this site. Please help support this website by patronizing Amazon. It won’t cost you anything extra. In this part we’ll take a look at some special case rigs and tools that go well with the BMCC. SPECIAL RIGS Car […]

Master Guide to Rigging a Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera – Part 8

Disclosure: Links in this post may be to our affiliates; sales through affiliate links may benefit this site. Please help support this website by patronizing Amazon. It won’t cost you anything extra. In Part 7 we looked at basic tripod rigs, and it might have given the impression that tripods don’t have to worry about […]

Master Guide to Rigging a Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera – Part 7

Disclosure: Links in this post may be to our affiliates; sales through affiliate links may benefit this site. Please help support this website by patronizing Amazon. It won’t cost you anything extra. A tripod must be heavy enough not to topple over or vibrate when touched (like when an assistant is using a follow focus […]