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How to Share a Premiere Pro Project and Source Footage
We show you the best way to share Adobe Premiere Pro projects and accompanying source footage with other users and computers in this simple step-by-step guide.
Video Formats: Understanding Video File Formats and Use Cases
What is the best file format for videos? How do you decide which one to choose for your project? MP4 and MOV are safe bets but the video format you choose for your projects will depend on your specific needs and how you’d like to balance video quality and size.
How to Send Audio Files
In this guide, you’ll find 8 tools that can easily send audio files fast, whether you are a professional or just someone in need of a quick solution.
Best Practices for Video File Naming to Improve Your Workflow
Implementing a proper video file naming convention will prevent headaches and allow your team to work better and faster. Discover the best practices for naming your video files.
10 Premiere Pro Keyboard Shortcuts for Faster Editing
Let's take a look at some cool "hidden" Premiere Pro keyboard shortcuts that I actually use daily to finish my videos 10 times faster.
How to Export Videos From DaVinci Resolve
Whether you're new to DaVinci Resolve or just need a refresher, I’ll show you how to export DaVinci Resolve projects, optimize settings for those projects, and how to save and send your DaVinci Resolve export video.
Top 7 Remote Desktop Software for Video Editing
Remote desktop software grants remote access to a machine. That machine can either be a physical machine — like an office computer — or a virtual machine hosted in the cloud.
How to Make Your Voice Sound Better in Premiere Pro
If you’re recording a voiceover, your voice should be crisp, with depth and richness. It should not be muffled, echoey, and tinny (like the bad video conference calls during the height of 2020). Here's how can you enhance the quality of your dialogue audio and make your voice sound better.
Insta360 ONE RS Review: 6K Action Cam for $400?
The Insta360 ONE RS is a modular action cam that can shoot in 6K widescreen mode, with active HDR, buttery smooth image stabilization, and a powerful RS core...all for 400 bucks? Does it sound too good to be true?