Ready to turn real world objects into digital 3D models and assets? With the help of your iPhone and a 3D scanning app, it has never been easier to learn the basics.
Have you ever wondered what makes up a sound? Sound is composed of two simple elements frequency and amplitude. What we experience as sound can be connected back to these components. How we record sound is affected by them and they are what we manipulate when we're editing.
Using a gimbal is an excellent way to stabilize your camera to produce smooth and stylized shots. Check out what you need to know before you jump into the gimbal pool.
Green screen compositing isn't just a matter of setting up a backdrop, shooting your film or video, and clicking some buttons in your favorite video editing program. To get the best results you need to make sure you set up your green screen and your camera to get a clean image that makes it easy for...
Establishing a streamlined podcast editing workflow lets you focus on the creative parts of podcasting without being tied up in post-production details.
MOGRTs, short for Motion Graphics Templates, can play an important role in speeding up your post-production workflow and enabling efficient collaboration.
Choosing the right camera can be a daunting task. When deciding which camera is best for the job, consider how it will best serve your production needs, whether it is for filming social content or for your next narrative film project.
When location scouting, it is important to consider how a space will enhance the scene that you are filming and the potential pitfalls that could compromise the quality of your project. Use this checklist when location scouting to help alleviate production stress and create a high-quality video...
Do you ever feel like you could use a road map in order to finish your project? Well, believe it or not, you do have a road map...just look to your script! Embedded in your hard work is a technique that becomes your roadmap: The Three Act Structure.