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Tips and Tricks on How to Edit Faster in DaVinci Resolve 14

Even though it initially became widely-known as a professional color grading software, DaVinci Resolve has come a long way in the recent years with its constantly expanding feature set and quickly advancing range of capabilities. Apparently, there is a fast-growing base of professional video editors and enthusiasts

How to Color Grade S-Log 3 Footage in FCP X

Despite its flat color and contrast aesthetic, Sony’s proprietary picture profile S-Log 3 is well known for its flexibility when it comes to color grading. While the profile definitely has certain advantages, its main difficulty is that it may be tricky to actually work with, especially for

Akitio Thunder3 Quad Mini External Storage Solution for Your Mac

Many of you would probably agree that one of the most annoying parts of the entire post-production workflow is consistently falling short of storage. With the ever-increasing camera picture quality comes larger file sizes, so choosing a reliably fast storage solution for your workflow is paramount. Finding

Quick and Easy Sky Replacement in Premiere Pro CC 2017

A simple sky replacement effect could have an enormous impact on the overall look of any of your videos, especially when done in a professional and creative manner. Of course, you won’t be able to turn each and every shot into an exquisite masterpiece of the craft and

How to Easily Emulate a Hyperlapse Video in Premiere Pro CC

Beyond any doubt, a well executed hyperlapse sequence can be an incredibly effective asset that can add loads of production value to any of your projects. Considering the fact that you have to do a serious planning of your hyperlapse shooting in advance and then take hundreds if not thousands of

Building an Insanely Powerful 4K Video Editing PC for Just $998?

Fitting this particular budget to build a fully-fledged 4K video editing PC could be an exceptional challenge even for a highly experienced professional PC builder, but it seems that Max Yuryev managed to figure it out by putting together another best-bang-for-the-buck video editing workstation ready to make

How to Emulate the Dolly Zoom or Vertigo Effect in Post

The famous Dolly Zoom or Vertigo effect that has been employed extensively in numerous iconic Hollywood classics throughout the last century has become ubiquitous and highly recognizable over time but can one do it without using the conventional method of tracking forward and zooming out or vise verse? Well, it