Filmmaker Maxim Jago walks through all the steps—from rough cut to final output—involved in creating a finished electronic press kit (EPK).
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Filmmaker Maxim Jago shows how to add titles and graphics and then output a finished video file for a video electronic press kit (EPK).
Filmmaker Maxim Jago shows how to clean up audio and add audio effects for a video electronic press kit (EPK).
Filmmaker Maxim Jago shows how to color correct and add visual effects to create a distinct look for a video electronic press kit (EPK).
Filmmaker Maxim Jago shows how to refine the edit and add creative transitions for a video electronic press kit (EPK).
Filmmaker Maxim Jago shows how to import and edit footage and create a simple assembly edit for a video electronic press kit (EPK).
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