Let's be honest, every now and then we all make silly mistakes while filming that we kick ourselves for later on in post production. Or maybe you've never heard these rules before... honestly I don't know. What I DO know, is these are the most common mistakes made by videographers that are keeping your projects from just being that much better:
For thousands of years, ancient video editing philosophers have tried to answer one question: edit on a Mac or on a PC? With many wars fought and countless lives lost, the battle still rages on to this day. However, there is an answer to this long fought question, and that answer has been in front of the eyes of everyone all this time:
Most people starting in After Effects know of one method for creating a looping effect: copy and paste. Thanks to expressions, however, there is a much more convenient way to create a perfect loop with anything that can be key framed.
Adobe Premiere is pack full of lots of different effects and transitions, and with support for third party plug-ins, the possibilities are endless. With that said, Premiere has a nifty feature that can help you spend less time looking for your favorite effects.
Let's face it: at one point or another in our journey to become a better creator we have either lost or misplaced at least one file (a quick prayer for those who have lost entire projects).
Nobody wants to face the nightmare panic of having to locate missing files, so we have created a list of tips and tricks to help you never panic about misplaced content ever again.