Explainer videos help you to describe an idea in a (usually short) visual way. The idea is to keep it simple and concise whilst also being appealing and engaging. It can be a tricky concept to master! Explainer videos are used by many people in business and education, and by everyone from big institutions to solo YouTubers.
In recent tutorials on the video-editing software DaVinci Resolve, we’ve looked at working with scopes, matching colors between video clips, and applying adjustments to multiple clips.
Your title sequence has the ability to capture the imagination (think Game of Thrones) and to set the tone for the whole film. It also has the potential to put people off, so it’s important to get it right. Here are 15 After Effects title templates—cinematic, modern, and retro—from ThemeKeeper Market to get your creativity flowing.
Give Your Video an Organic Feel. In this edition of 10 Easy Pieces, we’ve got a collection of templates for Final Cut Pro X and Apple Motion that will help give your video some analog goodness.
Your choice of music can be everything when it comes to your video project. We’ve put together some of our favourite pieces, loosely categorised to make it easy for you to find what you want.
СodeHolder’s quality team always hand-picks the best items. A small number of these items make it to the coveted “featured items” spot at the top of the VideoHive home page. In this article, discover the video project files and stock footage clips that have featured on VideoHive in the past six months: