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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

Premiere Pro CC 2017 to Resolve 12.5 Round Trip Workflow

Before we delve into the actual process, it’s essential to note that both of these platforms are completely different beasts regardless of the fact that they do share loads of common features. I’m sure you heard a lot of dreaded stories where editors have spent countless hours

Frame.io Now with Real-Time Collaboration with Adobe Premiere Pro

Frame.io is an industry-leading video review and collaboration platform and now it is available as a free extension for Adobe Premiere Pro CC that brings real-time collaboration into Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Working on a single project with multiple-editors and/or collaborators can be often quite a challenge

Matching the Colour of Two Shots in Premiere Pro CC

Probably, one of the most tedious and time-consuming aspects of colour grading is matching two (or more) shots that belong to the same project. Consider a situation when you have filmed the whole piece with two different cameras. The best approach would be to match the settings

Here’s How You Can Use Instagram Filters In Premiere Pro CC

Having some innovative and fresh tricks up your sleeve when colour grading is always a fantastic way to push the boundaries of your creativity and change the overall mood and aesthetics of your videos. Maybe that’s one of the main reasons why Instagram became so popular among millions