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Behind the Scenes: Making a Graphics Package for Nickelodeon
Behind the Scenes: Making a Graphics Package for Nickelodeon

You see them every day on television and web series. A behind the scenes look at what goes into the making of a major network video graphics package?

8 Fonts From Iconic Sci-Fi Films (and How to Choose Your Own)

Title design is a dynamic and interesting subset of the graphic design world. The typeface, font, and formatting of a title all play a part in the overall success or failure of a particular design. Using the wrong typeface can throw off the mood of a project faster than Spock beaming up to the Enterprise […]

Behind the Scenes of a Google Branding Video

Frame.io client and post-production company Coat of Arms goes into detail on how they created the branding video for Google’s BigQuery.

How to Make Lower Third Titles That Don’t Suck

Creating lower thirds should not be taken for granted. Color, font, position, and movement all need to be seriously considered.

The Secret Power of FCPX Roles And A Trackless Future

FCPX’s audio and video roles provide a powerful and flexible method for managing, processing, and manipulating media. They even provide a version of tracks.

How to Avoid Timeline Chaos in Avid and Premiere With Sync Locks

FCPX has the magnetic timeline to keep key timeline elements in sync. But how do you do it in Avid and Premiere? Sync locks is the answer.

9 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do in Adobe Media Encoder

If you thought there was only 1 function when exporting from Premiere, think again. We highlight 9 export settings that increase efficiency and flexibility.

How Templates Can Actually Enhance Your Creativity

Many artists find templates corny, cheesy and devoid of creativity. But what if templates could be used to actually INCREASE your creativity?

The Beginner’s Guide to Working in 3D Space in Adobe After Effects

An in-depth introduction to working in 3D space: from “camera” placement to lighting. Essential knowledge for anyone new to Adobe After Effects.

The 9 Most Common Crashes in Premiere Pro, and How to Fix Them

A veteran Premiere Pro editor shares his tips and tricks for preventing those annoying crashes. From preferences to plugins, a full run-down.

A Quick Way to Make Any Music Track Fit Your Video

One of the hardest things for new video editors is cutting music to fit your video. Here’s a fast and easy method to make any song fit your video.

Advanced Curves Techniques Every Video Editor Should Know

Once you learn how to properly and effectively utilize the curves tools built-in to your NLE, you’ll be surprised at how much you can do.