So turns out that like I said before, there is an inherit danger in relying on subscription software for your work. If you live in Venezuela then as of October 28th, 2019 you will no longer have access to any of the Adobe products. Continue reading No more Adobe in Venezuela? Dangers of subscription services!
There’s a lot of discussion online about what program is the best for video editing? Is there even such a thing as “the best” video editing software? Continue reading Premiere or Resolve – What is better for video editing?
Hi guys, today I wanted to show you how you can take your video editing to a whole new level using a network attached storage also known as NAS. Continue reading How to improve your video editing with Synology DS1618+ NAS
Today, Blackmagic Design announced exciting products they are releasing. Continue reading New Camera and Control Panels from Blackmagic Design!
I previously did a few posts about my upgraded 4K video editing laptop (see here, here and here), and my raw 4K video editing desktop build. Continue reading Custom Video Editing Machine from Z Workstations
In the last few months I have been testing out four shoulder rigs for the BlackMagic URSA Mini 4K and 4.6K. Today I am reviewing a shoulder rig for these cameras made by the camera maker itself, i.e. BlackMagic Design. Continue reading Blackmagic Design Shoulder-Mount Kit for the URSA Mini
I’ve used both the URSA Mini 4K and 4.6K cameras from BlackMagic Design on various projects this year. I like both of these cameras, but they definitely function better with a good rig. Continue reading Ultimate URSA Mini Rig from LanParte
If you own the BlackMagic URSA cameras or the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II, then you know how expensive it is right now to get enough storage. Continue reading DIY cheap storage for the URSA Mini cameras – CFast to SSD Adapter for under $100
I had a chance to use the URSA Mini 4.6K camera on various projects over 3 months. Two of those were films. Continue reading URSA Mini 4.6K Review (after real world use)
LUTs, i.e. look-up tables, can be great tools in color correction. Here is a tutorial where I talk about how to use them in various editing programs. Continue reading Using LUTs in Adobe Premiere, Davinci Resolve & Final Cut Pro