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Matt follows up his last segment on syncing timecode for a multi-camera shoot with a quick explanation on how to utilize this technique in the edit. Learn how quick and easy multi-camera editing can be when using the multicam function in Final Cut Pro.
10 Dec 2007
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14 Dec 2007
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Koenigsegg finally satisfied those who've been seeing rumors and could-be-real renderings on the Internet of its special edition CCX and CCXR.Koenigsegg has released official images of its production CCXR Special Edition. Based on the CCX, the CCXR features a body made completely of carbon fiber
17 Dec 2007
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Lower Thirds for Video Editing in Final Cut Pro
19 Dec 2007
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Transitions for Video Editing in Final Cut Pro
19 Dec 2007
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With this screencast you'll learn how to create (add borders,touch-up and many more) professional looking features with Picnik**** the free and easy image editing website.
22 Dec 2007
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Christmas is now behind us. So let's take a look at how the different candidates exploited it in their 30 second political ads in our AdStravaganza! Christmas Edition.
25 Dec 2007
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My first tutorial ever! The Whip Cut is a clever way of joining shots together without the audience realizing there's been a cut. This means that you can shoot one actor in one place and another actor in a completely different place and join the two shots together. Difficulty: 1 out of 5 Editing Requirements: Crossfade Text Tutorial: --Start at one place and rapidly move the camera 180 degrees either to the left or right. --Go to the second place and rapidly move the camera 180 degrees in the same direction, ending up on the desired spot. --Cut the two clips in the middle of the "whip cut" and apply a crossfade between them. If you have any questions on how to use Sony Vegas visit montagical for great Vegas Tutorials! for watching!
6 Jan 2008
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This tutorial shows you how to "pass through a wall".. A really neat editing trick. Difficulty: 3 out of 5 (It's easy to do, but Tough to make it look good.) Editing Requirements: Crossfade, (keyframing in some cases) Text Tutorial: --Start at one location and move the camera up to the wall as smooth as possible. --Film various objects that may look like the inside of a wall (brick, pavement, etc.) --Film in the second location (anywhere) and move the camera at the same speed as when you first went into the wall. --Take your brick, pavement, etc clips and keyframe it so that it looks like you are moving toward it. --Take all your clips and apply crossfades between all of them, letting your brick/pavement clip play for only about 1 second each. If you have any questions on how to use Sony Vegas visit montagical for great Vegas Tutorials! for watching!
7 Jan 2008
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The wall cut is a very cool transition where it looks as if the scene appears on the other side of the wall. I'll show you how! Difficulty: 2 out of 5 Editing Requirements: Linear Wipe Transiton Thanks for watching! Text Tutorial (in case you weren't paying attention...) --Dolly the camera sideways across the room up to a door frame or wall (any edge to use as a transition point) --Keep moving until the wall is 100% out of the shot. --Go to another place and dolly the camera the same direction and speed as before. --Combine the two clips by having the second clip enter parallel to the wall with a linear wipe transition. If you have any questions on how to use Sony Vegas visit montagical for great Vegas Tutorials! comments if you have any questions and I'll be happy to help!
7 Jan 2008
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A really neat trick that makes it appear that the someone takes a picture of the video, then the picture appears in a picture frame. In order to do this, you need to know how to keyframe. If you don't, follow the link below and view his keyframing tutorial. A few other ways to do this: --Photoshop the snapshot already into the picture frame, then keyframe it to zoom out. --Actually dolly the camera away from the picture frame (this way is really hard, it only works if you have an actual camera dolly and the movement is 100% smooth) Difficulty: 4 out of 5 Editing Requirements: Keyframing If you have any questions on how to use Vegas, this guy has tons of awesome tutorials. for watching!
8 Jan 2008
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This tutorial shows you how to make it seem as though you pass through a keyhole . Difficulty: 3 out of 5 Editing Requirements: Chroma Keying Keyframing If you have any questions about how to keyframe visit montagical's channel for a bunch of great vegas tutorials!
8 Jan 2008
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