Filmmaking Forum: Scene Analysis
Learn how film professionals arrive at the finished product. Ashley Kennedy breaks down scenes and interviews the filmmakers about their aesthetic, approach, workflow, and collaboration style in this biweekly series.
Video Production and Post Tip of the Week
Learn about video production and post-production. Learn how to create point-of-view shots, record at high frame rates to achieve super slow motion, and broadcast or stream on the web.
NUKE NUGGETS Weekly
Want to become a better, more productive compositor? Get a new NUKE nugget every Thursday, including tips on lighting, color matching, grading, cloning, rotoscoping, and more.
Filmmaking Forum: Conversations
Get filmmaking tips in our new biweekly series. Join online conversations with modern filmmakers, as they discuss technology, technique, and storytelling, and offer advice for new directors and editors entering the industry.
Advanced Cinematic Video Lighting
Learn how to create the mood for a narrative scene, a commercial project, and a corporate project. Get tips on making creative decisions and choosing the right equipment, space, and lighting setups for each project.
After Effects Guru: CC Market and Libraries
Find tools and assets for your motion graphics projects in the Creative Cloud Market and CC Libraries. Learn how to download and use patterns, textures, brushes, and UI extensions in After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
Unreal Engine Motion Graphics Techniques
Expand your motion graphics skillset by learning how to prepare and import assets into the video game engine Unreal Engine 4 (UE4). In this course, Scott Pagano demonstrates techniques for designing and building animated assets that will translate with ease from Maya or Cinema 4D into UE4 for real-time motion graphics rendering. He covers importing and exporting workflows, blendshapes, rigs, using FBX and Alembic files, and rendering out a finished project.
Video Gear: Technical Tips
Make your video productions run a little smoother with these tips and useful tools for shooting high-frame-rate and green-screen footage, recovering files from corrupted disks, and more.
Cinematography 02: Working on Set
Learn the art and craft of cinematography from ASC cinematographer and professor Bill Dill. Part 2 covers blocking actors, lighting sets, rehearsing, and shooting on a professional film set.
Video Gear: Support & Grip
Learn how to use video gear like gimbals, tripods, dollies, sliders, and rails to get smoother shots with more controlled motion and capture more unusual angles.
Crowdfunding Campaigns for Independent Film
Learn strategies to successfully plan, design, and execute a crowdfunding campaign for your independent film.
In this course, learn how to plan and create professional budgets and proposals for video projects. Instructor Walter Biscardi Jr provides detailed information and advice that's applicable to the various types of projects video professionals handle in their business operations. Learn how to tackle client assessments, develop a working concept, put your budget together using Showbiz Budgeting, and present your budget and proposal.
DaVinci Resolve Guru: Moving Timelines Between Editing Apps
Understand the process of sharing timeline data between editing apps like Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, and Avid Media Composer, and DaVinci Resolve.
DaVinci Resolve 12 Advanced Color Grading
Learn advanced techniques for media management, color correction, and color grading in DaVinci Resolve 12.
Contracting for Creatives
Understand the contracting process from a creative artist's point of view. Learn how to read and understand NDAs, contractor agreements, SOWs, and more.