Category Archives: Software Tutorials

Tutorials involving software

Shocking, Instagram Terms and Conditions: Screwing Photographers Since 2012

In this video, Dom Bower discusses the new Terms and Conditions of Instagram, which are very sad for the photography world. I’m definitely happy I’m not an Instagram-er.

Quick Tip – How to output an Adobe Premiere Elements video to YouTube

In this video, I show how to output an Adobe Premiere Elements video to a format that’s YouTube friendly.

Until I upgraded to CS6, Adobe Premiere Elements is what I used for my videos. It is a great tool which allows you to do some very amazing things, but it took me a lot of experimenting before I got exporting videos right. Here I show my workflow when exporting videos.

Later this week I will most likely post a video on how to do the same in Adobe Premiere CS6 and Adobe Media Encoder.

Quick Tip – How to fill an audio channel in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

In this video, I show how to fill an audio channel in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.

If you ever had a video or audio file with only the L or R channel containing audio, this quick fix will show you how to get your audio working on both channels in a few seconds.

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Apply a look-up table LUT in Adobe Premiere Pro or After Effects CS6 using the LUT buddy

Apply a look-up table (LUT) in Adobe Premiere Pro or After Effects CS6 using the Red Giant Software LUT Buddy effect.  If you are using a profile such as the Tehnicolor Cinestyle on your Canon DSLR camera, using a LUT table will bring in some contrast to an otherwise very flat and very bland video.

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Install LUT buddy for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects CS6

In this video, I show how to install the Red Giant Software Magic Bullet LUT Buddy effect for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects CS6.  The installer only gives you options for CS3, CS4, CS5, and CS5.5, but by moving folders around, you can get it working with CS6 in a few seconds.

This shows the folder structure using Windows 7 defaults.  For Mac users, you can do a similar thing by going to the default folder where your Adobe files are installed.

Quick Tip: Remove background noise in Adobe Audition from Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

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In this video, I show how to remove background noise in Adobe Audition by starting the process in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.  After a few times, you can go through this in 2-3 minutes, and it will improve the audio quality of your videos tremendously.

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Quick Tip – Synchronize audio and video files in Adobe Premiere Pro

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In this video, I show how to synchronize your audio and video files, which is essential if you are using an external recorder such as the Zoom H4n.

Once you are used to it, it will take you 5 to 10 seconds, and you will be all set.

I use Adobe Premiere Pro, but you should be able to do the same in most video editors.

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