Great video is just the beginning of a well produced project. Well placed sound effects and music can help provide context for your scene, and give your character's action more meaning. In this segment, we walk through the process of adding sound effects and music to help intensify a scene.
Technicolor announced the latest version of Color Assist, a video color correction and grading software package. Key improvements of version 1.5 include compatibility with Adobe After Effects and support AVCHD video and still images.
Edit video with VideoStudio Pro X6, an $80 software program designed for anyone that wants video editing software between the program that comes pre-installed with your computer and professional programs that cost upwards of $600. Corel's newest VideoStudio possesses some features that will pique the interest of any editor.
Motion tracking, is one of those techniques you might associate with large-scale productions, VideoStudio Pro X6 shatters that notion by providing tracking tools, multiple simultaneous trackable visual effects. Your video can go picture-in-picture and mimic a motion path later. There are times you want to use motion tracking without a moving subject, and custom motion tracking makes this possible. If you've ever wanted to blot out a license plate for a road shot, try your hand with VideoStudio Pro X6's security mosaics. On the more exciting spectrum, you can simulate images on a screen by tracking motion with keyframes.
Now that you have your clips on the timeline, it's time to get into the meat of the editing process. In part 4 of our six part Final Cut Pro X training series, we show you how to work with the trim, ripple, roll, and blade tools to adjust the in and out points of the clips.