So, I was checking out the book’s Amazon.com page and noticed it was a bit, er…lacking in terms of reviews. It would be amazeballs if anyone who bought the book and has any sort of opinion to post a little diddy on the book’s page. I need all the feedback I can get to make
In today’s world with our super wide televisions, we see a lot more information on our screens than many years ago. Back then it was a big deal to make sure that titles and other important information appeared on the screens of television viewers. This led to the implementation of the Action Safe and Title
The book’s release was almost a year ago (can you believe it?) and I am still chugging away at making the book better. Being a one-man-band, it takes a bit of time and that is why the ebook is just coming out. (Sorry for the wait!) Since thousands of minds are better than one, I
This questions used to get me every time until someone (I can’t remember who or I would give credit) told me drop frame is a semicolon because you “dropped” a period. (You dropped the period and have a comma instead, get it?) Meaning non drop frame could only be a colon. Good luck remembering!
This is a great question because I embrace opportunities to reduce redundancies and creating titles can be a very redundant task! Once you create your title exactly as you like, click on the Save Style Parameter menu (the down arrow to the right of the Styles button on the Title Tool toolbar), and then select
You know? Even I don’t know what may be the proper to way to do it. So whenever I wanted to know, I selected all of the clips and pressed delete. When the delete dialog window appears, it neatly lists for you all of the sequences, master clips, subclips and anything else in your bin.
If you Ctrl/Cmd+ click on multiple columns at once and press Ctrl/Cmd + E, you can sort bin columns.
Right click on that locator and choose Change Locator Color to another color.