Posts tagged adv-editing
1 Minute Unboxing — 15" Macbook Pro 2016 (With Touch Bar)

Most unboxings I watch are too long, so when I got the second new MBP in for my editor to use I decided to do something a little different and try to capture the experience, feel, and sounds of unboxing a product quickly. Might do more of these in the future...

If you're curious which model I went with, here are the specs of mine.

- 2.9 GHz Intel Core i7 Quad-Core
- 16GB of 2133 MHz RAM | 512GB PCIe SSD
- AMD Radeon Pro 460 GPU (4GB GDDR5)

Like with all my major purchases, I bought this through B&H Photo Video. Here is my exact model

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Caleb Wojcikadv-editing, video, news
How to Add Closed Captions to YouTube Videos Fast

Adding closed captions to your videos is beneficial because they allow your video to be consumed by a wider audience, but making them can be a huge time suck. You should be spending that time working on your next video instead.

I have been getting a lot of questions about the best way to add closed captions to YouTube videos, so in this video I walk through my preferred method and service I pay $1/minute to add closed captions.

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How to Do Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X

Often times you will need to edit footage from multiple cameras and an external audio recorder. To do this, you will have to create a multicam sequence, which is easier said than done. 

In this second free lesson of our full course, Learn Final Cut Pro X, I offer a tutorial in creating a multicam sequence. 

I will walk you through all the steps of creating a multicam sequence, both inside Final Cut Pro X and in using the third party app Plural Eyes, so you can begin creating more complex videos.

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How to Stabilize Video in Final Cut Pro X

Sometimes your footage isn't always perfect. However, if you know what you are doing in post production, you can use otherwise unusable shaky footage. 

One of the better features of Final Cut Pro X is its ability to perform image stabilization to make your footage look less like a Jason Bourne movie.

In this, the first video in a five part series from inside of our new course, Learn Final Cut Pro X, I will show you how to use the stabilizer.

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Our New Course Launches Next Week + Free Live Workshop

I am excited to announce that we are launching our new course, Learn Final Cut Pro X, next Tuesday, May 31st! During the launch week we'll be releasing five free lessons from the course too, right here on the blog and on YouTube.

To gear up for the launch and show how FCPX shouldn't be intimidating, I will be hosting a live workshop on Friday, May 27th at 4pm Eastern / 1pm Pacific. I will go over editing a quick video from start to finish inside Final Cut Pro X, talk workflow, share an overview of using the software, and answer any of your questions. 

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Intro to Adobe After Effects

Opening Adobe After Effects (AE) for the first time can be a bit shocking. While AE is powerful, it is not the most user-friendly software. I’ve heard many stories about people opening, and then closing AE because they just felt lost.

In this 3 part series on Adobe After Effects featuring Phil Ebiner from VideoSchoolOnline.com you will learn the layout, tools, keyframes and how to build your own lower third using After Effects.

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Caleb Wojcikadv-editing, video
Top 5 Add-Ons for Adobe Premiere Pro

To get the most out of editing videos in Adobe's Premiere Pro you'll want to use external programs to do more advanced multi-cam syncing, film emulation, color correcting, color grading, de-noising footage, and more.

In this video I walk through the best programs to use alongside Premiere Pro.

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Caleb Wojcikadv-editing, video