What Editing Software Do You Use?
Final Cut Pro • Avid Media Composer • Premiere • DaVinci Resolve
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A collection of books on the art and craft of editing movies. (*These are affiliate links)
In the Blink of an Eye is celebrated film editor Walter Murch's vivid, multifaceted, thought -- provoking essay on film editing.
The Conversations is a treasure, essential for any lover or student of film, and a rare, intimate glimpse into the worlds of two accomplished artists who share a great passion for film and storytelling, and whose knowledge and love of the crafts of writing and film shine through.
The Technique of Film and Video Editing provides a detailed, precise look at the artistic and aesthetic principles and practices of editing for both picture and sound.
The digital colorist’s job is no longer to simply balance, fix, and optimize. Today’s filmmakers often want to recreate the idiosyncrasies of older recording methods, or are looking for something completely new, to differentiate the look of a given project.
A collection of software and tools to help you, as a movie editor.
A collection of podcasts and podcast episodes that cover different aspects of the editing process.
A collection of videos that will help with your editing and post production efforts.
Justin Odisho has compiled 78 videos on how to use Adobe Premiere Pro to help you get started in no time!
The team over at Village Park Source has compiled over 60 videos to help get you up and running with Final Cut Pro X.
Direct from the Avid team themselves, they have offered almost 50 videos on how to master Avid Media Composer.
Goat's Eye View has compiled over 120 videos on how to use DaVinci's Resolve Editor. It's a FREE editing tool from Black Magic Design ... Di I mentioned that it's FREE!
Documentary about the art of film editing. Clips are shown from many groundbreaking films with innovative editing styles.
The Film Riot team covers the workflow they used for their short film, PROXiMITY.
When editing, the selecting process for docs is usually very elaborate as interviews and scenes usually will be used across story acts. Be sure to subscribe to "This Guy Edits" channel for much more!
Walter Murch, triple Oscar- and triple BAFTA-winning sound designer and editor of iconic films such as Apocalypse Now, The Godfather and The Conversation delivers a masterclass on film editing as part of the Frames of Representation film festival.
A collection of online courses that will help you master your editing needs. (*Affiliate links)
- Edit an entire video from beginning to end, using professional and efficient techniques.
- By the end of the course, you'll have edited your own short documentary using either the supplied footage (video clips, photos, graphics, music, etc.), or your own footage!
- Start a project with the right settings for any type of video, from any camera.
- Edit your videos, and make them more dynamic with cutaway footage and photos.
- Design clean and professional titles for you videos.
- Add motion to your titles, photos, and videos... making them more visually interesting.
- Color correct your video to fix issues with white balance and exposure.
- Add a feeling to your video with color grading.
- Apply visual effects such as stabilizing shaky video, removing grain, and making video more cinematic with overlays.
- Edit green screen footage and, add backgrounds that actually look good.
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