Technology

Video Editing Software in Hollywood

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Non-Linear editing has been around for almost fifty years. However, it hasn’t been common for many years until almost the nineties. The first film/show edited using an NLE was “Still the beaver” tv show in 1986. Nowadays, there’s so much choice of NLEs but there are a few which are the most popular and commonly […]

Videography

How Toy Story 2 Got Deleted

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Toy Story

We’re all familiar with Toy Story, especially if you have children. Who isn’t familiar with Toy Story? It’s one of many success stories of Pixar. This year say a new sequel – Toy Story 4. But did you know that one of them, Toy Story 2, got actually deleted? There are stories from Oren Jacob, […]

Premiere Pro

Adjusting Audio Gain/Volume in Adobe Premiere Pro

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Audio editing in Adobe Premiere pro

Adobe Premiere Pro offers a number of audio editing/mixing tools and options. So, I want to share with you some techniques and tools you can use for better audio. And, I’m focusing here on using tools available in Premiere Pro not Audition. Adjusting Audio Gain/Volume When you’re adjusting the volume of your audio in Premiere […]

Premiere Pro

How to create Quick Slideshow in Adobe Premiere Pro

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Create slideshow in Adobe Premiere Pro

If you’ve ever wanted to create a quick slideshow of images or videos, Adobe Premiere Pro is a great choice. And, there is a way to quickly create them and with a number of options included like transitions, custom image duration, and more. I’ve created this video in which I’m showing you a couple of […]

Adobe Creative Cloud

Premiere Rush for Android

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Adobe premiere Rush

Adobe announced (finally) release of Premiere Rush for Android (Premiere Rush for iOS has been available for a very long time). To run Premiere Rush on your device (your mobile phone), you will need quite a powerful and rather recent mobile phone. I’ll be giving it a try on my Xperia XZ1 Compact soon to […]

Videography

Do PAL and NTSC still matter?

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PAL vs NTSC video

As everything goes digital nowadays, one would assume that all the differences between video, as was the case with analogue, have been removed. However, even though all our video and broadcasting is digital nowadays, some of the fundamental differences between different video standards as were existing in analogue era do still apply in the digital […]