Post & VFX

Motion graphics add a fluid, professional, and engaging touch to any production. Most of all, they make your content look great. And now that they’re available as templates from Adobe Stock, you’ll be up-to-speed with them in no time.
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One of the surprises of NAB 2018 was the announcement of Apple ProRes RAW. This brought camera raw video to the forefront for many who had previously discounted it. To understand the what and why about raw, we first have to understand camera sensors.
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Frame.io has been on a roll in recent months with some big changes and announcements. This time it has added some all new image collaboration features.
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In this new series we demystify and simplify the main talking points of modern video. Colour space, HDR and RAW.
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Manhattan Edit Workshop's annual Sight Sound & Story Post Production Summit is back for the sixth year. 
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It was one of the original NLEs and it has industry support like no other. Avid's Media Composer is still a world leading editing system. Mark Andrew Job takes a look at its legacy, and how it has remained relevant in today's ever-changing media landscape
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RedShark Review: Assimilate Scratch is not as well known as its more ubiquitous rivals, but Rakesh Malik thinks it is a very powerful piece of software that should certainly be on your radar.
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Effective editing on an iPad has been a dream for some people for a long time. Now it looks like it is finally a viable thing.
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When you are up against the clock and need to inject that 'special something' into an edit, stock footage could help you out in a multitude of ways.
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Replay: This was first published in 2013, but is just as relevant today. Freelance colourist Warren Eagles looks at how software colour correctors have changed the grading industry; for better and worse
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Performing one task well on a movie is tricky enough. But to perform the editing, VFX work, and the sound design all using an inexpensive laptop is impressive to say the least. Here's how VFX artist Bernard Egreteau managed to get his head around it all.
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