“Empire” Editor Has 7 Steps to Network Successfully in Hollywood
5 Broadcast Audio Specs Every Editor Must Understand
We speak to the editors of HBO’s documentary series “The Defiant Ones” on how the process of editing a documentary can earn you a writing credit.
If you’ve ever been confused about bit depth and the difference between 8-bit and 10-bit video, this article will give you a clear understanding.
The editor for shows such as “Empire” and “Glee” shares wise advice on how to successfully network in Hollywood–even when you don’t know anyone.
How to read an audio spec sheet so that you can properly prepare your film and television sound mixes for theatrical or broadcast distribution.
We take a frank look at the state of ProRes on Windows computers. Can you make it work? Yes, sort of, sometimes. But it’s a bad idea for so many reasons.
Paul Machliss ACE shares why editing “Baby Driver” was such a challenge, giving us MORE details on the pre-production to post, film to digital workflow.
The Frame.io editorial team gets input from post production experts on how to aggressively cut your film or video to better serve the story.
An in-depth look at timecode, how it works (both on set and in post), and the crucial role that frame rates play in using it correctly.
A personal interview with the former EVP of Physical Production at Alcon Entertainment, about success and setbacks in Hollywood as a double minority.
A test screening is a great way to get constructive and objective feedback on your film. Here are six tips for having a successful and helpful screening.
The director/editor collaboration is like a romantic relationship. They spend a lot of time together. Here are 6 tips for editors to keep the relationship going.
The Oscar-winning editor of “Hacksaw Ridge,” John Gilbert, gives some valuable insight on how he edits a feature film and how he collaborates other artists.