It's Murphy's law that whatever can go wrong, probably will. That means even your backup plan needs its own backup plan. The best way to tackle any unexpected disruption on a set is to be prepared for everything.
When it comes to graphics, title sequences are king. Opening titles receive special attention, and there’s an entire sub-section of the industry dedicated to title design. Subtitles are often forgotten. They are hardly ever mentioned, with the small exception of hush whispers in the back of a distribution house. The truth is subtitles can not only help videos be understood in multiple languages, they can be intentionally designed to enhance the audience’s viewing experience.
In our society, which seems to become more complicated every day, it is refreshing to learn that at least one subject has actually become less complex over the years. It may surprise you that Congress brought about this simplicity. I am referring to the Copyright law, codified in Title 17 of the United States Code.
In this segment we show what to do once your product is finished. You’ll learn how to make a master file or render for specific devices, the settings you’ll need to control like, codec, resolution and format.
In this lesson we talk about audio – everything audio, from using your meters to how you view your waveforms. Plus, we cover audio controls, leveling practices, audio keyframes and how to sync audio from two or more sources.