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How to Manually Sync Your Audio in Premiere Pro

Syncing your externally recorded audio to your video could be tricky. In this great video tutorial, I will demonstrate how you can easily sync your audio to your footage in Premiere Pro, although the principles apply to any editing software. No need for expensive programs, just your favorite NLE and great audio.

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“Held” Music Video

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How to Use PluralEyes to Sync Your DSLR Footage

In this awesome tutorial I’m going to show you the best way to use Singular Software’s PluralEyes to sync your DSLR footage with your externally recorded audio files. Raw, unedited and totally heart-tugging educational content here, folks!

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The Best Shotlist Template

Today I present you with a tutorial where I show you an easy way to create a shotlist template for your films with amazing collaboration capabilities on Google Docs. I have looked around the internet for ages to find a suitable shotlist template for my needs. Eventually, I gave up and decided to create my own. I used Google Documents because it allowed for great collaboration capabilities with my Director of Photography and First Assistant Director.

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Please Vote for Mrs. Tucker!

Our film “Good Morning, Mrs. Tucker” made it into the Top 15 Finalists for the National Film Challenge out of 124 teams worldwide! Now, we are asking for your votes for the opportunity to win the Audience Choice Award.

You can watch the film here: http://www.unrenderedproductions.com
Vote here: http://www.filmchallenge.org

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The “Ideal World” Experience

The “Ideal World” Experience

My philosophy for every project is that no matter how great or how awful the process or the final product turn out, if I didn’t learn a single thing – then I’m doing something wrong. I set goals for each project in the beginning and access my success to how well I was able to achieve those goals.

My college professor, Laura, always talked about missed opportunities. On the surface, that sounds like a negative aspect of a production to tread on, however, missed opportunities are the very things that allow me to see what I need to improve upon in my future work.

On the set of “Ideal World” I was very blessed to have an amazing cast and crew that were all willing to work in below freezing temperatures, halfway buried in snow, just making a movie. You can watch the trailer above and check out more information in the links below.

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