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Learn the technical aspects of shooting with DSLR cameras, including frame size and rate, compression, and exposure, and get tips on troubleshooting common technical problems and setting up multicamera shoots.
Learn the essential gear every video professional needs to capture better angles, control the camera remotely, stabilize shaky footage, check focus and exposure, and more.
Explore the different camera and lens options for digital video. Learn about the difference between cropped and full-sized sensors, prime vs. zoom lenses, and shooting with a Canon, Nikon, Blackmagic, iPhone, or GoPro camera.
Get reviews and tips on the latest video gear, from cameras like the Blackmagic 4K and GoPros, to lighting, accessories, and adapters.
Learn how to use video scopes in DaVinci Resolve to properly evaluate footage.
Pro editor Robbie Carman shows editors crucial techniques for finishing the audio for their video projects, using Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition.
Professional colorist Robbie Carman introduces video editors to color grading with SpeedGrade and the Lumetri color engine in Premiere Pro.
Learn how to sync separate video and audio tracks quickly with Premiere Pro and third-party tools like PluralEyes.
Learn video finishing techniques in Premiere Pro CC, including checking for mistakes, correcting color, legalizing footage for broadcast, and creating a digital master.
Covers the most common questions videographers encounter when shooting and editing with DSLR cameras, from choosing a frame size and frame rate to understanding moiré.
Guides budding colorists and video editors through this new dedicated color correction application.
Details the principles of color grading, while explaining how to enhance and style footage in Final Cut Pro X.
Shows how to set up, administer, and integrate Final Cut Server into a production workflow.
Explains the principles of color grading, including a detailed discussion of the color wheel and using the Color interface.
Teaches how to use this updated application, highlighting the enhanced elements and new features of Color 1.5.
Delves into the powerful features of Color, beginning with the fundamentals of digital color correction.
Explains how to use Color for best results with projects started in Final Cut Pro.
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