Monthly Archives: March 2013

New Era of Music

One of the biggest problems today that many producers have to look out for is the legal aspect of their work. In past, the rules were not as strict as they are now. Now if anything one person produces is … Continue reading

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Blog Post #12: Remix

(This post needs to be 300 words for full credit) “Creativity is no longer, as we said, re-inventing the wheel, which does not remove creativity but shifts it to the assemblage: Take what already exists and make something else, something … Continue reading

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Half Speed

My Premiere trick is how to speed up half of the frame while keeping one half real time. At first this seemed like it was going to be very hard to figure out, but I tried because I really wanted … Continue reading

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Using the Rate Stretch tool to get more use out of the PIP method

So for my blog post I combined the knowledge of two little tricks that we’ve learned to create one trick that may be useful in our video undocumentaries. Have you ever seen a logo at the bottom right corner of … Continue reading

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How to Make a Silent Film

Step 1: Open Project Open a new or pre-existing project.   Step 2: Import Clips Select File, Import, and then select the video and audio files that you wish to import (your video and your silent film piano music).   … Continue reading

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DIY: layering video to color correct

When I started editing some of my footage, I was unhappy with the coloring because of the lighting.  The colors looked dull and had a greenish hue.  Here is how I enhanced the appearance. I first used the three-way color … Continue reading

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Comparison of Auto Video Adjustments

Inevitably, a video project normally ends up being shot in various light settings. In some films, each scene has a tailored-video adjustment to fit the mood of the scene. For example, a dark and scary scene may be enhanced by … Continue reading

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