Learn how to produce top-quality video with these free video tutorials and courses.
This free one-hour video course is a great way to get started with color grading in DaVinci Resolve. You’ll also learn a lot about the layout of Resolve and how to use it, so it’s great for beginners to the software. For an overall introduction, also check out DaVinci Resolve for Beginners.
A nice smooth animation of handwriting is a great way to add a touch of style to your videos. But it’s not easy to do, especially with complex writing like the example below. Read this free After Effects tutorial to learn how to create the effect from scratch!
Adobe’s latest update to Premiere Pro for 2022 has divided users. Watch this video with Tom Graham to understand all the new features of the Premiere Pro 22.3 update, and decide for yourself!
How do you keep your camera stable when you’re following a moving subject with a handheld camera? It may seem impossible, but in this tutorial you’ll learn some great tips and techniques for shooting stable footage.
People watch videos in all sorts of places, and sometimes they want to keep the sound off. So adding subtitles or captions to your video is a must these days. Learn how to automatically generate captions and add them to your video in Premiere Pro. You can also read this tutorial if you prefer to use Kapwing.
When you’re podcasting with guests in remote locations, it can be tough to coordinate everything. Squadcast, a simple browser-based tool, makes it easy. Learn how to use Squadcast in this tutorial.
Need to repurpose your video for other platforms? It can be difficult to change the aspect ratio of a video and create different versions for Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, etc. But Premiere Pro’s Auto Reframe feature can save you a lot of time—watch this video to learn how to use it.
OK, so you’ve finished working on your video project in After Effects. How do you export it? It sounds simple, but there are lots of different options to choose from, and it’s critical to choose the right ones if you want something usable. So read this free tutorial to get a complete guide to exporting from After Effects.
Or if you’re not ready for an in-depth five-hour course right now, here’s something a little lighter and more fun. In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a lyric video using assets from Envato Elements. The result is a beautiful music video, so check that out and then learn how to make your own lyric video.
In this post, we’ve highlighted ten of the best free video tutorials and courses published recently, but that’s just scratching the surface of what you can find in the full Envato Tuts+ library of more than 1,300 courses and 30,000 tutorials. Here are some of the best video tutorials and courses from previous months.
What distinguishes a professional video from an amateur one? There are lots of components, but one thing that can make a big difference is color grading. Watch this free video tutorial to learn how to create dramatic, Hollywood-style color grading in Premiere Pro, using three simple methods.
If you’re not confident with professional video editing software and just want to edit video quickly online, the browser-based Kapwing tool is a great option. It’s simple, intuitive, and it offers a free version. Learn how to use Kapwing.
If you want to dive into the powerful Adobe After Effects program and learn all its features, this A to Z tutorial is a great place to start. It takes you through a series of helpful After Effects tips and tricks—one for each letter of the alphabet.
Creating realistic falling snow isn’t easy. We’ve all seen those unconvincing scenes with identical white dots falling down the screen, but that isn’t what real snow looks like. In this detailed, step-by-step video tutorial, Jonathan Lam shows you how to make a beautifully animated snowfall in Adobe After Effects. As you can see from the video below, the result really does look like the real thing!
Here’s a tutorial to complement the snow animation tutorial above. This time, you’re learning how to make it rain in After Effects. And you won’t just be animating the rain falling, but the ripples of puddles on the ground, the bouncing of raindrops from surfaces, the flashing of lightning, and more!
Good news! Adding captions to your videos is now a lot easier than it used to be, thanks to the inclusion of the Sensei Speech-to-Text software in the latest versions of Adobe Premiere Pro. Learn how to add video captions automatically in this simple tutorial
Ramadan may be over now, but the After Effects skills you learn in this free video tutorial will last all year. Why not see if you can adapt it to create an animated greeting for a different event?
This in-depth three-hour course is just what you need if you really want to master animation skills in After Effects. You’ll learn about keyframe animation and how to reveal text with masks and shape layers, before moving on to three practical projects that’ll teach you to create complex and subtle movement. Try it out!
Wondering how to use Premiere Pro transitions? Join Dave Bode in this quick video to discover five great transition templates and to see the steps involved in installing and using them.
A video storyboard is a way of visualizing your video through scenes drawn out like a comic strip. Learn the benefits of using a storyboard and how to create your own video storyboard in this free tutorial.
A solid intro is a great way to stand out on YouTube. If you don’t know your way around Premiere Pro, try this simple tutorial. You’ll learn how to take a Premiere Pro intro template and customize it to create a unique intro for your next video. It’s easier than you might think.
If your video footage looks as flat as the left half of the image below, then you need to use look-up tables (LUTs) in Premiere Pro. This tutorial will show you how to bring the best out of your video with just a few clicks.
In the world of video, everything is fluid, so why should your logo be static? A logo sting is a great way to make your brand more memorable by creating a short animation to use as a transition in your videos. Learn how to create one in After Effects, using a great template to give you a head start.
Earlier, we looked at creating transitions in Premiere Pro, but you can also do it in After Effects. This free course shows you how it’s done. By the end, you’ll know how to create a range of different transition styles to make your videos look smooth and polished.
Visual effects and motion graphics can really take your video to the next level. Learn how to use Adobe After Effects from start to finish in this massive four-hour video tutorial with Dave Bode. From the After Effects basics right up to more complex topics like motion tracking and spatial interpolation, you’ll find it all in this comprehensive beginner’s course.
Explainer videos are everywhere these days! This tutorial teaches you how to create your own, from planning through to production. You’ll also see some great examples of explainer videos done well, like Vox’s video on why and how claw machines are rigged.
If you were inspired by our introductory tutorial on live streaming and want to learn more, try this free video tutorial, which takes you through how to use OBS Studio in detail. OBS Studio is a free, open-source app to help you create your own live video streams. This tutorial takes you through all the steps and setting you’ll need to use it like a pro.
Would you like to create animated handwriting like the examples in this video? You can do it just by watching this informative YouTube video tutorial by Dave Bode. Set aside half an hour to watch this one and you’ll be amazed at how much you learn!
Wouldn’t it be cool to reveal the star of your next video with a paintbrush effect like the one shown below? In this free YouTube video, Dave Bode shows you how it’s done in After Effects. There’s also an accompanying article where you can not only watch the video but also discover some other useful After Effects brush templates.
If you have half an hour to spare, why not spend it watching this amazing video tutorial on creating video openers? You’ll be using After Effects, but it’s OK if you’re a complete beginner—this technique uses ready-made templates and shows you how to customize them to get the effects you want. Simple! See how it’s done.
Adobe After Effects is a powerful video editor and animation suite, but creating everything from scratch can be very time-consuming. So why not save yourself some time by using elegant pre-made templates that you can customize to your heart’s content? Discover some wonderfully useful After Effects templates and see how you could use them in this video.
The cinema has its own instantly recognizable style of text animation: big, bold and shiny. Learn how to create those awesome moving titles with the light glinting off them in this free YouTube video course.
Logo stings are those cool animated logo effects that you often see at the start of videos. They’re a great way to communicate your brand in a stylish way that even jaded YouTube viewers will remember. In this free After Effects course, you’ll learn to create a complex logo sting the easy way, by downloading an awesome template and customizing it. For a limited time, the Projection Mapping logo sting template is available for free for you to follow this course and learn. Simply create an account on Elements and then download it for free.
It sounds simple, and it’s a prerequisite of most video projects, but adding text to a video is sometimes not as easy as it should be. This free tutorial shows you how to add text to your videos in Final Cut Pro—plus it links to some useful resources for creating more advanced text effects. Read the tutorial.
Getting professional-looking drone video is about much more than just your flying skills. This free YouTube video course shows you how to get the most out of your video with post-production techniques designed specifically for drone video. You can also try the companion video on drone video production.
Anyone can fly a drone, but it takes skill to produce beautiful, cinematic video that would belong in the opening scenes of a big-budget movie. This free course on drone video production shows you how to produce professional-looking drone videos without a Hollywood budget. Get started here.
Particle effects are everywhere, and for good reason. They are a great way of adding movement and dynamism to a website background or video transition. Read this article to find out how to create these effects and add them to your videos.
If you don’t have time to create the effect yourself, simply download one of our templates. Check out the top 10 particle effect templates for 2019 in the video below.
There are loads of good reasons to add captions to your social media videos. The most important, of course, is accessibility—you want to be able to reach the millions of people out there with hearing difficulties. But there are other reasons, too, which this article explains, before explaining how you go about adding those captions. Read about it here.
Color grading sounds like a dull, technical topic, but it can make a huge difference to how your videos look and how your viewers respond to them. So settle in for an hour and a quarter with Dave Bode and learn all the ins and outs of color grading. Watch the free course on YouTube.
When Adobe comes out with a new app, it’s worth paying attention. While the company isn’t flawless, it does have a great track record at producing software that becomes the new industry standard. So take the time to have a look at Adobe’s new video editing app, Adobe Rush. Follow this tutorial to see how it works and get up and running quickly.
Don’t you just hate it when you shoot video that looks perfect in every way—except that the color balance is off? Problems with tone, white balance and other color settings are common when shooting video, and they can ruin the end result. So watch this free video to get instructions on salvaging your work by adjusting the color in Adobe Premiere.
Have you ever taken some great video footage, only to find that it is too shaky to be usable? Unless you use a tripod or have the steady hands of a neurosurgeon, the answer is probably yes. Luckily, Apple’s Final Cut Pro X has stabilization processing built in. Find out how to stabilize your video footage in this video tutorial.
This post has highlighted the best free video tutorials and courses that Tuts+ has published recently, but you’ll find a lot more in the full archives—not just video tutorials, but also photography, graphic design, web design, and more. So if you’re still hungry to learn more, search the full Tuts+ library to find exactly what you need.