Stuff You Need to Know
How to choose the right computer for video editing: 4 key...
Buying the best workstation for your needs means understanding how the CPU, GPU, RAM and storage options work together to enhance overall performance.
DIY Computer Diagnosis: Solve your PC Problems Like a Pro
Before you rush off to an expert that will charge you an arm and a leg to solve your computer issues, here are a...
Lenses: How does focus work?
If you’re new to shooting video, you may notice that fellow camera geeks like to talk a lot about “glass”. While there are a lot of things made of glass in the video world, there’s only one thing called “glass”: Your camera lens. Here's how it works to produce a useable, in-focus image.
CUDA vs. OpenCL vs. OpenGL
What is CUDA? What about OpenCL and OpenGL? And why should we care? The answers to these questions are difficult to pin down —...
How to optimize your editing machine for best performance
Unless you work for a restoration house or film archive, the days of having to edit video on a $10,000-dollar room-sized flatbed editor are...
Editing in 4K: Minimum System Requirements
To start editing 4K video, you’ll first need to ask yourself some questions about your projects. What type of footage will you be editing:...
Your step-by-step guide to assembling a video editing computer from scratch
A successful DIY computer build requires only patience and attention to detail. It can be nerve-wracking to handle these delicate, expensive components, but once you know the process, it’s not too difficult.
How does image stabilization work?
There are various ways for a videographer to stabilize their footage. If your camera doesn’t need to move, a tripod is ideal. Where camera...
How much RAM do you need for video editing?
Let's dive in to better understand the importance of RAM and why having more is not necessarily an immediate need for most. RAM vs VRAM Random...
Keeping Up with HDR — No Camera Upgrade Required
We’ve all had those moments in our lives when we are stopped in our tracks by the awe-inspiring beauty of the “now”. Magnificent morning...
Videographer’s Guide to Lenses
In this course, you will gain the understanding needed to make the best technical decision for each shooting application as well as the knowledge...
The rolling shutter effect explained
Have you ever shot a fast-moving subject with your camera and the footage looked a bit warped? That's the rolling shutter effect at work.
What is film grain?
To understand what film grain is and how to avoid it, you first must understand the process of how it's created.
What is Trelby and why should you use it?
Sticking to the rules of screenplay writing are a must, but it can be challenging. However, Trelby can help make it easier.
Best anamorphic lenses under $2,500
Quality anamorphic lenses can easily cost you thousands of dollars. However, there are a few budget options that achieve a comparable effect.
What is color space and why does it matter?
Knowing common color spaces and how to use them in your projects will grant you greater control over your images.
What is the best CPU for video editing in 2022?
Are you looking for a CPU for video editing? You're in the right place. We will run through everything you should consider when buying a CPU.
What is the function of an iris diaphragm?
The iris diaphragm is an essential component for your lens' aperture. Let's discuss how the iris diaphragm works and why it's important.
What is a jib?
If you've ever wondered how films can pull off the shot where zoom out as the protagonist walks into the sunset, the answer is a jib.
What’s new in Avid Media Composer in 2021
Avid Media Composer, also referred to as just Avid, has made some big progress from your fathers Avid. Learn about the new additions and improvements to the line up in this video.
New Products from Blackmagic Design in 2021
Blackmagic released a long list of products this year, in this video you will learn about them all!
Everything you need to know about the Canon F/2.8L Dual Fisheye...
Made for the Canon R5 with the new RF mirrorless lens mount, the Canon F/2.8L Dual Fisheye 3D VR Stereoscopic Lens is an innovative and new way to produce a stereoscopic image.
What is bitrate?
If you think pixel resolution is the only thing that affects the visual quality of a video file, think again. Bitrate is equally important, though often misunderstood.
Editing in 8K: Minimum system requirements
8K video is here today. With cameras from RED, Canon, Ikegami, Sony and others, and 8K TVs available now, it makes sense that many...
Adobe After Effects vs. Premiere: A side-by-side comparison
Adobe After Effects vs Premiere. The question is, what is the difference between the two? Should you use them separately, or together?