You can’t tell a story without editing. You just can’t. Editors are the linchpin, and they are being asked to do more and more every day, including motion graphics, VFX, color grading, audio editing, sound design, and even DIT work.
Below we highlight some editing systems and support technology we thought you might be interested in and information as to why they could be the solution to your needs.
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Luma Touch is a small team of video pros dedicated to creating and supporting creative media software for creative professionals. LumaFusion has been acclaimed by filmmakers and emerging content creators as the go-to application for video editing, titling, audio mixing, color correction and finishing of high-quality video on mobile devices. The app’s intuitive design empowers editors to craft their own stories using powerful features.
What you’ll find in Luma Touch’s techToolbox:
Video – LumaFusion 2.0
View the newest features of LumaFusion 2.0 in this video tutorial.
Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences. Premiere Pro is the leading video editing software for film, TV and the web. Along with tools for color, audio and graphics, Premiere Pro works seamlessly with other apps and services, including After Effects, Photoshop, Adobe Stock and hundreds of partner technologies.
What you’ll find in Adobe’s techToolbox:
Video – Adobe Premiere Pro and Wu-Tang Clan
The production team at Mass Appeal turned to Adobe Premiere Pro to collaboratively edit the new Showtime docuseries Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men.
Puget Systems is a custom computer company located near Seattle. We believe computers should be a pleasure to purchase and own. They should get your work done and not be a hindrance. That’s why we’ve built a team of hardware and software experts dedicated to empowering creative professionals.
What you’ll find in Puget System’s techToolbox:
Video – Puget Systems Creator Profile: Mike Pecci
Filmmaker Mike Pecci talks about the process of filmmaking, and discusses the value of reliable systems in the editing process.
RED Digital Cinema is a leading manufacturer of professional digital cameras and accessories. RED’s DSMC2 (Digital Stills and Motion Camera) system offers four incredible sensor options — DRAGON-X 5K S35, GEMINI 5K S35, HELIUM 8K S35, and MONSTRO 8K VV — combined with compact and lightweight design, superior image quality, modularity and cutting-edge performance.
What you’ll find in RED’s techToolbox:
Video – RED Tech NVidia 8K Workflow
Nate and Dan talk about RED’s new partnership with NVidia, and how the R3D SDK is available for software applications looking to leverage the advancements in NVidia GPU acceleration.
Deployed around the world, EditShare solutions are used to power the creation of many of today’s feature films, TV series, documentaries and more. Our ultra-scalable distributed media management platform enables businesses to drive media production workflows with greater ease. EditShare’s secure collaboration environment connects users to content and production tools, allowing businesses to hire the talent they require, anywhere in the world.
What you’ll find in EditShare’s techToolbox:
Video – Lightworks v14 Quick Start Guide