We take a close look at and analyze the editing of six iconic films from past and present-day that every editor should watch.
From crashes to offline media to files that won’t export. We look at a half-dozen ways to fix some of Avid’s most common errors.
Understanding story beats, knowing when (and when not) to use effects, and distinguishing a project’s brand vs your personal style.
Final Cut Pro X’s powerful metadata features allow for a powerful database framework that can exponentially increase the speed of your edit.
David Fincher has a signature look to his films that is a combination of stylistic direction and editing. Here’s a look at the secret behind the editing.
After Effects is a powerful and versatile tool with features that go far beyond motion graphics. Here are four that will elevate your skills as an editor.
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.
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.
A lot has been written about the powerful NLE features of Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve 14. But what is it like using it on an actual production?
A veteran editor of reality TV shares tips for how to create dramatic moments in unscripted productions. Great advice for doc and reality TV editors alike.
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.