In this episode of DaVinci Resolve in Under 5 Minutes, Alexis Van Hurkman shows you why your Hue Curve adjustments can get blotchy, and how to quickly fix it.
In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve introduces you to the Tokyo Split Animator. This exciting plugin allows you to create custom split screen animations in Final Cut Pro X faster than ever! You can check out the plugin at FxFactory.
Steve Martin shows you the updated workflow for moving your project out of Final Cut Pro to DaVinci Resolve 12.5, and back again.
In this week's episode, Steve demonstrates how to use Final Cut Pro X's Roles to create an alternate edit of a PSA he's been working on.
In this special edition of Logic Pro X In Under 5 Minutes, Mary Plummer quickly highlights her process for creating an 80's Sci-Fi intro inspired by the Netflix original Stranger Things.
In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Mark Spencer shows how you to quickly create animated 3D Charts using Motion 5.
In this episode of DaVinci Resolve in (slightly over) 5 Minutes, Alexis Van Hurkman shows you which settings to choose in DaVinci Resolve to maximize editing performance on slower computers.
In this episode Mark Spencer turns it up to Eleven, and recreates the title sequence from the awesome Netflix original Stranger Things.
In this episode of DaVinci Resolve in Under 5 Minutes, Alexis Van Hurkman shows you how to animate the aspect ratio of your videos. This allows you to add and modify letter-boxing or pilar-boxing throughout your project.
Steve Martin and Travis Richmond discuss using the Tangent Ripple Control Surface with Final Cut Pro X