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Final Cut Pro X’s Magnetic Timeline helps you focus on story in a way no other NLE does. In the process, making you edit faster and more efficiently.
As video ads on social media grow in use, it becomes more important for editors to know how to deliver videos in horizontal, square and vertical formats.
Stringouts are a common way to review multiple takes in a TV production. Here’s an in-depth look at using keyboard shortcuts to speed up the process.
When FCP X launched 6 years ago, many professionals gave up on the NLE. If you were one of them, now more than ever you should reconsider that decision.
An in-depth video showing four great tricks for speeding up exports from Premiere Pro using Smart Rendering. Cut export time from minutes to seconds.
Real life situations can help improve your editing skills. Take note next time you’re with friends or on a date, and imagine how you might edit your life.
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.
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 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 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.
PBS editor Steve Audette, ACE gives the essential ingredients for a compelling documentary and explains how he crafts a character-driven narrative.