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Welcome to the FXhome blog – your one-stop learning resource for everything filmmaking and video production-related. Whether you’re into editing, VFX, photography, or motion graphics, we’ve got you covered. Let’s get learning.

HitFilm
Hannah Odebode

How to create the Spider-Man web shooter effect

Creating Spider-Man’s famous web-slinging effect is a dream of many up-and-coming VFX artists. Today we’re taking a look at how you can use the effects inside HitFilm and some clever camera work to create your own web-shooters!

Game On - Learn how to edit gaming videos, record your gaming footage, and more!
Oli Thompson

Game On

Learn how to record footage, fix your audio, and create flashy effects, transitions, and titles to make your gaming videos stand out on YouTube. It’s go time.

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HitFilm Pro
Steven Spicer

New Release: HitFilm 13

HitFilm Pro 13.0 has officially landed. We’re excited to set you guys loose on exciting new features like high-end tracking tools, more effects than ever and an even more unified editing-compositing workflow. Here’s just some of what’s new in HitFilm Pro 13.0!

Joshua Davies

Upside Down

Learn how to create a Stranger Things-style title sequences and turn your neighbourhood into the Upside Down with our latest visual effects masterclass.

filmmaking on a budget
Steven Spicer

11 Tips for Filmmaking on a Budget

Everyone has to start somewhere. Creating films with no budget can be challenging, it can also be a lot of fun. Here are our top 11 tips for filmmaking on a budget.

HitFilm
Hannah Odebode

How to stabilize shaky footage in HitFilm Express

Don’t have access to a tripod or gimbal? No problem! Stabilizing your shaky, handheld footage is an easy process inside HitFilm and can really help to increase the production value of your shoot.

Man in hat recording video at gig - Choosing the best video camera for beginners
Steven Spicer

Choosing The Best Video Camera for Beginners

Let’s start by clarifying that ‘video camera’ is kind of an outdated term. Gone are the days of needing a dedicated camera for both video and photo. Most modern cameras are pretty well equipped to handle both mediums, although there are a few things you want to consider.