Get tips for importing, processing, editing, and color grading single- and multi-camera footage from a DSLR with software such as Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, and SpeedGrade.
Video production doesn’t stop in your DSLR. The next step to creating a cohesive story and look for your project takes place in post-production: in software like Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro. In this installment of DSLR Video Tips, Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman provide tips for importing, processing, and editing single- and multi-camera footage with these powerhouse programs. They also show how to achieve a more filmic look with plugins like Tiffen Dfx and SpeedGrade, correct shaky footage, and assemble time-lapse footage from a GoPro. Plus, learn about some handy mobile apps for anticipating weather, scouting locations, recording audio and video on the go, and determining the position of the sun or moon.