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To someone who has never worked with video, the editing process can seem mysterious and overwhelming. The truth is, anyone can learn to edit video. And you only need to understand a few basic techniques and principles to get started.
Video technology is advancing all the time. How can you keep up and efficiently deliver a quality edit on time? Simple, with proxies.
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What are color bars used for? Isn't it a throwback to earlier times? Color bars are actually used for calibrating monitors so you can get your setting right.
The Keys To Chromakey: How To Use A Green Screen
The Keys To ChromakeyGreen screens and blue screens were the keys to chromakey in the 1970s. The use of blue or green screens as backgrounds chromakey became widespread amongst local TV news programs. That resulted in conjuring up the images of cheesy weathermen...
Video Formats Explained
There are lots of video formats out there. How can you tell what is the best for your project? This quick tutorial will help you decide.
There are lots of codecs out there. This article defines the term explains the most common file types.
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Color theory can set the tone and mood for the viewer using color manipulation in pre-production, shooting and post. But what exactly is color theory?
Just as a craftsperson chooses their tools to fit their needs, you'll need to choose the right video editing software for the task at hand.
Setting Up Lights For A Green Screen Shotvideo
The secret to pulling your subjects out of the real world and placing them into a digital domain is chromakey, and that means going green with green screen.
Here's a few tips to help you edit dialogue
dialogue is always a tricky. As editors, it is your job to know what to cut out when constructing the film. We have a few tips to help you edit dialogue.

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