In this video, Gary describes what is going to be covered in this Cubase series on Working to Film.
Here we take a look at how to create a video track and how to add/import video files into your project.
Here we go over how to setup and match your project frame rate to the video frame rate.
This video shows you what video formats Cubase supports, and how to convert a video file if Cubase doesn't recognize its format.
Here we take a look at the Video Previewer and how to adjust the size.
Cubase allows you to insert multiple video files on the video track. This video shows you how this is done.
You can use basic editing tools to edit the video. Here we show you what editing tools you can use on the video.
Gary givers some tips on how to decide on the tempo of your project to match the video.
Here we take a look at how to add percussion and synth elements to give a sense of pace to the video through music rhythms.
The melody or motif is super important in video by defining specific scenes and characters. In this video Gary shows you how he comes up with a melody idea for the scene.
Synths are great tools to use to build up textures and ambience in your music project. This videos shows you a few examples.
Gary shows you how you can enhance the video and music by adding in sound effects that syncing with the visual. Honing in on your sound designs skills can really help improve your writing to video.
This video shows you how to edit the tempo in the Tempo Track, and how to create tempo changes within your project.
When there is a transition between one scene and the next, you can do some transition effects with your music as well. Gary shows you some tricks with transition effects.
Another technique you can do with your audio is use Cubase's timestreching tools to stretch and compress your audio parts to fit the video. See how!
It's important to remember the video is a moving scene, and by adding in automation you can create further interest with your musical soundscape to evolve with the video.
The Transpose Track and Transposition is an easy and effective way to make creative changes in your music during the video. Here we show you how to use this trick.
This video goes over how to export out your finished audio mixdown.
Here we show you how to export out your video and embed your music and sound effects into the Video export.
Finally we finish off and show you how to do Stem Exports of your audio tracks.
Cubase instructor Gary Hiebner brings you Cubase video tutorials on working to Film! These videos are designed for those who already know their way around Cubase, but want specific information and instruction on importing video into Cubase and producing music or effects to it.
Gary greets you and begins by explaining how to create a video track and importing your video file, followed by how to set up your project, and how to convert a video to work with Cubase if Cubase doesn't recognize your video file. You'll also see ways to adjust your video preview size, insert multiple videos into the Video Track, edit the Video Track, and how to decide on the best tempo for your project so it works with your video.
Next, Gary demonstrates how to add percussion and synth elements to give a sense of pace to your film, how to come up with a melody or motif idea for the scene you're working on, how to use synths to create ambience and textures, ways to sync and spot sound effects to your video, utilize transition effects between scene changes, time-stretching audio to better fit the video, using automation to create interest, how to properly export your audio and embed it into your video, and much, much more.
To see what these detailed Cubase film production tutorials show you, and how they'll get you working with video fast, see the individual Cubase video tutorial descriptions on this page. Jump into the exciting world of post production and see what Cubase can do when working with your next film or video... Watch "Cubase: Working to Film" today!
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