Attention Premiere Pro CS6 users: While Premiere Pro CC is a big departure from the program you’re used to, there are excellent reasons to upgrade. Here are our favorites.
HEVC is the next great compression standard, and it puts the squeeze on video to deliver high quality with small file sizes. Here’s a quick primer to bring you up to speed.
Learn how to encode a small group of video files that will let you reach all the major mobile devices, including those from Apple, Google, and Microsoft.
Sure, you could just turn on your webcam and talk, but a few smart decisions will make all the difference. Here’s what to think about for wardrobe, set design, audio, and more.
Say bye-bye-bye to your old OVP and hello to one that better fits your company’s needs. Don’t be afraid — it turns out that breaking up isn’t all that hard to do.
When it’s time to create videos for your company, which video editor do you choose? Here are the points you need to consider to pick the perfect editor for your needs.
By using the x264 codec in Apple Compressor, you can create much sharper videos. Read on to learn what the codec is, how to install it, and how to use it.