Chris Ace Gates - February 13th, 2014
Keeping the edit bay organized helps post-production to be thorough and efficient.
Chris Ace Gates - January 29th, 2014
Many video producers shy away from motion graphic work, however video editing and motion graphic design share many of the same traits. Don't be afraid to dive in - here are some things to know before you begin.
Chris Ace Gates - December 30th, 2013
Little cameras, big camcorders and everything in between... from reviews to test footage, tips to techniques, we look at a few of our readers' favorite stories from Videomaker for 2013.
Chris Ace Gates - December 22nd, 2013
8 gift ideas that any video editor will love.
Chris Ace Gates - December 17th, 2013
Bad habits are hard to break, but a video editor should give these up to be more productive, creative, and proficient.
Jennifer O'Rourke - November 08th, 2013
5 fun and fantastic functions that go beyond the basics of video editing, and they’re all waiting for you inside the video editing application you may already own.
Chris Ace Gates - September 27th, 2013
If you've ever used a popular song on your YouTube video that was copyrighted, you might have received a take-down notice, or your video might have sudenly disappeared from YouTube's page. You want to use music legally, it enhances your video, and now you can. YouTube announced the launch of the Youtube Audio Library, allowing users to edit royalty free music into their videos - free of charge.
Chris Ace Gates - September 24th, 2013
Adobe announces the availability of Adobe Premiere Elements 12
Chris Ace Gates - September 23rd, 2013
Some people believe that all it takes is a little magic to create a video. A wave of the hand and “Presto!” the editing magician’s video is now a reality on screen. This is now closer to reality than ever before as HP announced they’ll be offering the HP Envy 17 with Leap Motion.
Jennifer O'Rourke - September 09th, 2013
Adobe offers up its first updates to the Creative Cloud subscription service for video editors. Updates will include support for4K and larger dynamic range for Premiere Pro, and extensive collaboration with Adobe Anywhere.