Green Screen work is complex, even under ideal circumstances, and working with footage that hasn't been lit or shot properly can be pretty tough. In this segment, we show you how to fix those rough and discolored edges that are often left after pulling an initial key.
Knowing what bitrate you need to set your Twitch stream to is not only essential for your stream's quality but also for your viewers.
H.264 has been around for quite a while, but it's still the most widely used video compression standard today.
HEVC has become the industry's compression standard. H.265 offers some clear advantages over H.264 in many situations.
To understand what a shutter angle is, you must first understand film-based camera mechanics. Here's what you need to know.
Throughout the history of cinema, filmmakers, big and small, have used the freeze frames in their projects, but why?
The over the shoulder shot is an important and essential element of cinematic vocabulary. Here's why it's so vital.
Mise-en-scène means “placing on stage” and refers to props, lighting, wardrobe and blocking.
The rule of odds is a very useful method for creating visually-pleasing frames and conveying story in film.
It's time to pit two popular video formations against each other: MOV vs. MP4. We will help you decide which format is right for your videos.