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The Ultimate Cable Management Guide For Your Editing Bay

Having a super clean computer setup in your editing bay isn’t something that will totally change your day-to-day workflow, but considering the fact that it’s quite easy and cheap to organise your stuff these days there is really no excuse not to do so. Plus, keeping all your cables neat and well-organised will

How to Use Animated Mattes to Stylize Your Edit in DaVinci Resolve 12

Working with style mattes and matte transitions inside DaVinci Resolve 12 might seem a little bit daunting the first time when you need to deal with those, however, the workflow isn’t that different in comparison to other NLEs. Kevin P. McAuliffe from RampantMedia shows us how to use such graphic elements to stylize

Five Less Known Editing Features In Premiere Pro CC

Knowing the ins and outs of your favourite NLE is an essential aspect of the editing process. As any other editing platform, Adobe Premiere Pro CC also comes with tons of useful tools and features that can make life in the editing bay a lot easier. Being aware

Running DaVinci Resolve 12 on a Mid-2013 MacBook Air

Just like any other piece of software Blackmagic Design‘s DaVinci Resolve 12 also comes with particular minimum system requirements that need to be covered to run the software as seamlessly and flawlessly as possible. Yet, there are certain occasions when you can optimise the performance of the platform so that you’ll be able

Some Of The Most Reliable Hard Drives for Your Workflow

How often have you experienced hard drive failures? This is one of those moments when while working, suddenly you start hearing some weird clicking sounds coming from the heart of your work station (whether it is Mac or PC). Before you realize what is actually happening,  one of your