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
One of the most frequent questions I get asked is “How do I get that film look?” Today I will show you how I turn ordinary-looking video into a cinematic image that just simply looks good. Continue reading Color Grading with Magic Bullet Suite 12