Yearly Archives: 2012
In this post I take a look at how you can add creative titles or logos to your scenes. The technique is fairly straight forward and uses After Effects, Photoshop, and MochaAE a tool included with After Effects.
In this video, we go over what it takes to use only one channel of a piece of Stereo Audio, while still keeping it panned to the center.
With dual system sound so popular, you may have one microphone recording to one channel and another microphone to the other. This will leave you with a piece of stereo audio, that you only want to use half of. In this tutorial, I go over the best way to get rid of the channel that you don’t need, while maintaining audio in both the left and right channels.
Premiere Pro CS6 – Sky Replacement using Warp Stabilizer, Three Way Color Corrector, Adjustment Layers & More
In this tutorial I talk about some basic compositing techniques that let you do a sky replacement right within Premiere Pro CS6. Using tools including the Warp Stabilizer, Three Way Color Correction Effect, and CS6’s new adjustment layers we create a basic sky replacement right in the edit.
You’ll be surprised how easy this technique is and how much flexibility you have to perform effects right in the timeline.
Thanks to the NLE Ninja for giving some great tutorial suggestions that inspired this tutorial and more to come.
Credits: Thanks to John Gumaer for doing the intro sound design.
In this video we explore multiple ways of slipping and sliding via the keyboard. It may not be exactly how you expect, especially if you are coming from Final Cut Pro 7.
I don’t mention this in the video, but if you you want to slip numerically via the keyboard, you should use the method where you select the two edit points on either side of the clip for a slip or slide as shown in the video. Then, you can type thing s like +15 or -10, to slip numerically with your keyboard.