Author: Hakan Acarel

OBS Studio Cinematic LUT Pack – free Download

  Download the free OBS Studio cinematic LUT pack with the link below. Just unlock the download button and download the .zip file. Once you unpacked the .zip file apply the .png file via the ‘apply LUT’ filter to your video device (webcam) within OBS. You might want to watch the step-by-step tutorial video if you don’t know how to do it. If you have any questions or suggestions feel free to leave a comment. DOWNLOAD LUT PACK   Leave a comment! It’s so quiet here. Let me know where you are...

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Vertical Video Template for Instagram Stories and Snapchat – Premiere Pro 2017

With mobile traffic taking the No.1 spot in website traffic, vertical videos have become a crucial part of any video content strategy. Did you know that vertical videos attract almost four times more engagement than square videos on Facebook? As creating vertical videos with mobile devices end to end seems to be a no-brainer, in a more complex production pipeline you will have to put your high-production value content into a format, which is more suitable for the platform you will be distributing this content on.    Did you know that vertical videos attract almost four times more engagement than square videos...

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11 Tips for highly clickable Youtube Thumbnails

At this year’s VidSummit in Los Angeles Joey Fredrick from Team Edge was presenting his favorite techniques to create great Youtube Thumbnails that stand out and drive traffic to their Youtube Channel ‘Team Edge‘ (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaRH3rDr3K3CEfhVqu5mgUQ). He states that these compelling youtube thumbnails he spends up to 2-3 hours to create are one of the reasons Team Edge was able to reach such a big audience.   1. Attention to Detail A lot of work should be put into adding details to the thumbnail. In the given example Joey explains, how he created the thumbnail with stock footage from the...

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5 Cinematic Movements in Adobe Premiere Pro – Fake Dolly, Pan & Zoom and 3D Camera

5 Cinematica Camera Movements like Pan & Zoom You Can Create in Premiere Pro – Animation, Keyframes and 3D Camera – by tutvid If you want to add some cinematic movement to your footage this video will show you spice up your edit. Pan Around Your Footage Add a subtle movement to your footage by animating the position value of your clip in the Effect Controls (Effects Controls > Motion > Position). Add a keyframe at the beginning of your clip. Then add another keyframe at the end, but move your clip over just a little bit to the...

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