Making The Most of Your Editing Time with Titler Pro 7 – Reusable, Scaling Titles

Featured: How To

One of the most common problems I run into as a one-man production team is keeping tabs on all my assets and organizing all of my files, especially while working under tight deadlines. Fortunately, I’ve been able to minimize my struggles with Titler Pro using a simple workflow I can use over and over in most of my projects, saving me headaches and precious billable hours.

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IMPRESSIONIST: Looking Like Nothing’s Looked Before

Featured: Jonathan Moser Blog Series

With a bottom-of-the-barrel budget, a commercial client asks you to quickly create stylized looks and artistic transitions for their production that no one has seen before.  With no animator or graphics artist on staff they’re depending on you to whip something up fast, creative and cheap…big surprise.

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SELECTIVE TINT: Ansel Adams-Inspired Post Magic

Featured: Jonathan Moser Blog Series

Lackluster camerawork and weather problems has taken the life out of your b-roll in an otherwise lively production. These are the shots that set the whole mood. You need to amp it up and create a feeling.

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SATURATION EQ: Punching Up That One Color

Featured: Jonathan Moser Blog Series

You have a surreal scene-and for mood, you want to bring out the blue of the dress your star is wearing while diminishing the other colors in the scene…but a color corrector can’t really give you the control (or the speed) you’re looking for without time-eating tweaking.

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COLOR REPLACE: Paint it Black…or Yellow or Red or…

Featured: Color Correction

Your producer just came into the bay in a snit: the car commercial you’re doing this morning has a glitch…the car that was shot is not the new color scheme your ad is supposed to be hyping, and the commercial is due yesterday. You don’t have a budget for a colorist…you’re on your own.

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QUICK PIXELATOR: Tracking Magic!

Featured: Jonathan Moser Blog Series

You’re editing a crime show and suddenly a call from your producer: an interview subject has just gotten cold feet and wants to have their identity obscured. You could start the tedious manual keyframe blur tracking process, but that will take a while.

The clock is ticking…

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VIDEO TUNEUP PLUS: Scoping Out The Color!

Featured: Jonathan Moser Blog Series

You have video from a dozen different sources that are all over the place, and need a speedy luma and/or chroma adjustment along with dependable waveform analysis. (While we know Media Composer has scopes in the color corrector, keeping the color corrector open just to monitor video levels isn’t practical or efficient.) You need to speed check through your timeline and quickly make basic adjustments.

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PICTURE GRID: Splits In A Split Second

Featured: Compositing

You have to quickly build a split screen…could be 2, 3 or any number of splits, and you’ve lost your templates. Though it’s fairly easy to layer, crop and reposition, it’s still a major headache and time-waster…

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