By now, you’ve probably seen the wildly impressive short film “You Can’t Stop Us” by Nike. The video has already received about 42 million views on YouTube since its release on July 30th. While the narration and source content are both as solid and empowering as we’ve come to expect from Nike’s ads, the inventive editing is the true star of the piece with its revolutionary visual concept.
Looking to fully color correct your footage in Adobe Premiere Pro? The Lumetri effect can do just that. In this ThinkTAP Learn video, instructor Richard Harrington walks you through how to use the Lumetri effect to make basic corrections in Premiere Pro. Want to learn more tips about how to color correct your video footage? […]
One of the most useful tools that I bought in the last few years was a screen recorder. For many of our YouTube videos, having a screen recorder has been extremely useful, be it for comparison or simply to show a technique in Photoshop or Lightroom. Recently, I’ve been testing the EaseUs RecExperts’ screen recording software, and it’s by far the best I’ve used.
The look of a film or feature can make or break even the best storyline or acting. For that reason, and many others, a lot of thought goes into the style of a film. Here are five that every film draws from.
When you receive the transcript of the media you sent over to the transcription service, you can now import it into Adobe Premiere Pro. How do you import and view your captions in Premiere? In this ThinkTAP Learn video, instructor Jeff Greenberg walks you through how to bring in your transcription files into Premiere Pro. […]