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TVFutures - Learning Editing Platforms

Long before I even started University, I knew I wanted to be a video editor. I used to spend large amounts of my time editing together my own YouTube videos (In fact, I still do- occasionally) My name is Connor Eves, and I’m now just a few months away from attempting to enter the post-production realm at a professional level, a thought that is on m...

Submitted by Connor Eves
Published 27 January 2020

Pro Pancake Editing With Premiere Pro

Pancakes & post production. Not two things you might at first put together. But using pancake timelines can be an extremely effective way of working - so bear with me!Very recently I began working on a series of edits for Premier League kicks. If you’ve not heard of it, I’d encourage you to do a quick Google search and check it out. It's a really c...

Submitted by Alex Macleod
Published 03 November 2019

Post Production - Keeping Track

One of the most important things to consider when beginning a new edit, is keeping track of where all your various media assets are - not only their location on whichever storage drive you chose to work from, but also where you file them away in your project once imported. In the Avid world this is largely taken care of by the application itself, b...

Submitted by Alex Macleod
Published 10 September 2019

Make Time for Remapping

For my 4th Kitplus article I thought I’d highlight an effect in Premiere Pro that frankly I would be lost without. Namely - time remapping. I own and work with a Sony FS7 (other cameras are available) - and given that it’s now one of the most popular cameras in UK broadcast today I’d be willing to guess most editors will have come across the clips...

Submitted by Alex Macleod
Published 16 July 2019

Post Production on Tour

I’m writing this article after finally settling back into my office after a busy few days on the Kitplus Tour 2019. The tour saw me travelling from Manchester to Glasgow then onto Bristol, then finally returning back to Manchester. Quite a few miles travelled. But totally worth it. I chose three topics for the workshops which I presented. The first...

Submitted by Alex Macleod
Published 04 June 2019

Keeping Your Post Prodction on Track with Subclips and Se...

For my 2nd Kit Plus article I thought I’d try and build on the theme of my first, and that’s one of making sure things are organised at all levels of your post production projects. Last time I talked about trying as best as you can to stick to the ‘two week rule’, making sure that the names & locations of every asset you import, and every bin & seq...

Submitted by Alex Macleod
Published 21 March 2019

Your two week editing future

So here we are - January again! Usually a good time to reflect on the year just gone by, and a good time to look forward to the coming months as the new year begins. When I was reflecting on my 2018, and when thinking about what to write for my first article for Kit Plus - I kept coming back to one theme - organisation. As someone who gets hired to...

Submitted by Alex Macleod
Published 25 January 2019

OB999 Accelerates Hill Climb Broadcast

Over the last century, The Shelsley Walsh Speed Hill Climb has been attempted by some of the world’s most accomplished racing drivers striving to be the fastest up the 1,000 yard, 1 in 6 gradient track. Last month, in celebration of the motorsport venue’s 113th birthday, Formula E’s Mitch Evans not only added his name to that extensive list of driv...

Submitted by Nick Collier
Published 08 September 2018

How much RAM do I need to edit video?

When talking to video editors who are looking to get into editing for the first time, one of the questions I’m asked most is, “how much RAM should I have?”First of all let me explain what RAM is and what is does. RAM (or Random Access Memory) provides space for your computer to read and write data to be accessed by the CPU (central processing unit)...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 March 2012

Time Saving Tips This Week EDIUS 6.

With all the talk of Final Cut Pro X, Premiere CS 5.5 and Avid Media Composer, some people are starting to forget about our much-loved EDIUS. Well, Editors Keys is about to launch a brand new EDIUS keyboard, so in honor of this new product, I’m going to share some of the top EDIUS 6 Keyboard shortcuts. (Hopefully saving your hours of time in the ed...

Submitted by Kieron Seth#
Published 01 November 2011