14 Great Sites to Learn Video Editing

Learn video editing with these great websites and blogs!

Video editing can be very challenging to learn. There are a lot of programs that you can use in your workflow and they are constantly updating along with cameras and other equipment used for production/post-production.

Once you get a good baseline in the programs you need to use, you can build on your knowledge and master your skills.

In this article, we’ll be overviewing some great sites to learn video editing. From the most popular programs (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Davinci Resolve) to the most sought after production techniques, you can find a lot of helpful tutorials and resources on the sites below.

Comment your favorite sites to learn about production and video editing below!

1. Larry Jordan

learn video editing larry jordan

Larry Jordan’s website is an epic resource for anyone interested in video editing and various other skills that aid in the filmmaking process as a whole. He has over 1690+ free tutorials for video editors on his blog! You can learn about Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Audition, and many other top programs. Larry also features a lot of specific articles for troubleshooting common (and not so common) problems in these programs.

Visit Larry Jordan website →

2. Jonny Elwyn

jonny elwyn website

Jonny Elwyn is a freelance film editor working in London, UK. His website also has a wealth of free resources and articles for people interested in learning video editing. You can find much more coverage of Davinci Resolve and Speedgrade on Jonny’s website along with some awesome freebie roundups.

Visit Jonny Elwyn website →

3. Video Copilot

video copilot website and tutorials

Andrew Kramer started Video Copilot at the age of 20 in his spare time while freelancing. What began as a few After Effects tutorials quickly grew to a massive collection of plug-ins, resources, and tutorials that are widely used by the visual effects community. Andrew’s tutorials are fun and easy to follow for video editors of any stage. You can search for advanced tutorials if you are looking to learn more complex skills or you can start with the basics to get your bearings.

View all Video Copilot Tutorials →

4. Red Giant Tutorials

red giant video editing tutorials

Red Giant produces filmmaking and motion graphics software. Some of their most popular products include the Trapcode Suite, Magic Bullet Suite, and Keying Suite. These are used for motion graphics/special effects, color grading and film finishing, and chroma keying/compositing. On the Red Giant Tutorials blog you can find hundreds of tutorials, behind the scenes videos, and category specific lessons/techniques.

View all Red Giant Tutorials →

5. Premiere Gal

premiere gal tutorials for premiere pro

Kelsey Brannan is Premiere Gal! She teaches video editing, production, and all things media on her website and Youtube Channel. Learn animation, post production, and many important techniques for Premiere Pro with Kelsey’s tutorials! Have a questions for Kelsey? You can also submit a request for new tutorials here.

Visit Premiere Gal website →

6. Philip Bloom

philip bloom blog

Philip Bloom is a world-renowned filmmaker who shares his knowledge and experiences on his blog! His articles offer the perspective of a professional filmmaker working on projects large and small alike. You can find hundreds of articles related to the best video cameras, editing and post production, along with exclusive discounts on video editing software.

Visit Philip Bloom blog →

7. No Film School

no film school film blog

No Film School is the leading worldwide community of filmmakers, video producers, and independent creatives. It’s a place where filmmakers can learn from each other and even post to forums with specific questions about any stage of the filmmaking process. Their website has thousands of articles about video editing along with video tutorials and walkthroughs.

Visit No Film School website →

8. VidProMom

vidpromom gopro tutorials

VidProMom is a website by Meredith Marsh with video tips for bloggers and Youtubers. She has hundreds of tutorials related to GoPro, Premiere Pro, iPhone video editing, GoPro Studio, and more! Another great resource Meredith has on her website is a Business Category! You can find articles about running a business as a blogger and using Youtube, advertising, affiliate partnerships, and other unique strategies to monetize your work.

Visit VidProMom website →

9. Art of VFX

Art of VFX blog

Art of VFX features interviews and news about the VFX community. Learn the art behind the effects and take a look at various breakdowns/showreels from the top visual editors and producers in the world!

Visit Art of VFX website →

10. Noam Kroll

noam kroll film and color grading blog

Noam Kroll is an LA based filmmaker who shares his thoughts and perspective on all things film on his website. You can find interesting articles about Cinematography, Directing, Producing, Editing, Color Correction, and more on Noam’s blog. On top of this find advice for new filmmakers and editors.

Visit Noam Kroll website →

11. Surfaced Studio

surfaced studio vfx tutorials

Surfaced Studio is a great resource for VFX tutorials and filmmaking knowledge. Many of the tutorials are for After Effects and can help you learn how to create unique effects, fun animations, and many other interesting edits for your videos. Learn visual effects and more from the tutorials page to sort by level and category.

Visit Surfaced Studio website →

12. Wistia Blog

wistia video marketing blog

Wistia helps businesses with video hosting. They run an awesome blog with tips and advice about the marketing side of video production. Their articles include advice on filming content, editing and special effects with programs like Premiere Pro, After Effects, etc., and video for business purposes (Real Estate, Food, etc.). If you produce videos for companies and businesses of any size, this blog can be a helpful resource to you.

Visit the Wistia Blog here →

13. Skillshare

skillshare video editing classes

Skillshare is a great site for learning skills through comprehensive video tutorials and courses. Their collection of video editing tutorials is extensive, featuring over 1500+ different classes! You can also find over 100+ free video editing classes to get started. Find out how to get 2 months of Skillshare Premium for FREE.

View all Skillshare Video Editing classes →

14. Aotg.com

Aotg.com website for post production

Aotg.com is a community driven source for post-production and video editing information. The site is constantly updated with new tutorials, articles, roundups, and resources from filmmakers and producers. Stay informed and find up to date information on the post-production side of filmmaking.

Visit Post-Production Website Aotg.com →

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More Video Editing Resources

Below you can find more tutorials and resources from FilterGrade to help you learn video editing. If you have any specific tutorials you’d like us to cover on the blog or Youtube, leave us a comment below!

Premiere Pro

Tutorials for the latest versions of Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

Final Cut Pro

Tutorials for Final Cut Pro.


Tutorials and helpful resources for filmmakers.

Color Grading Products

Color grading products for Premiere Pro, Davinci Resolve, Final Cut Pro, and more.

15 Replies to “14 Great Sites to Learn Video Editing”

  1. Rahul Taneja says:

    Thanks for sharing, such a wonderful information on learning video editing, its a must in today’s age, everyone should make videos, start a youtube channel, been looking out for this since long.

    1. Mike says:

      Appreciate the support Rahul! More Youtube videos and tutorials coming soon. :)

  2. Jagtar Gill says:

    Very nice knowledgeable article Thank you

    1. Mike says:

      Really appreciate the support Jagtar!

  3. Thanks for sharing. Useful information.

    1. Mike says:

      No problem Vinita, thank you for the support!

  4. Mo k says:

    What about the background music or the general music used in video productions? Services like SoundScape Media and Music Bed for example, like an introduction to them? Or a compare and contrast? Can you guys do something like that?

    1. Mike says:

      Thanks for the feedback! I will pass this info along to our writers and we’ll get working on some articles about music/licensing.

      1. Mo k says:

        Awesome thanks! I’d read that! Because some friends and I use SoundScape Media for example and we’ve been pretty satisfied with what they offer, but still would be nice to see other comparisons and if they fair better than SoundScape

  5. Shashiban says:

    Yes they are really great sites for learning video editing. Especially video copilot and philips bloom are really awesome. As a part of learning, i am in search of some good websites. But luckily found this website and bookmarked this page for future reference.

  6. Stephanie Mattingly says:

    Thanks for the wealth of resources! I will guide my video editing college students to this article and to your site.

    1. Mike says:

      Thanks so much Stephanie!! I have a bunch of friends at USC and some at USC Upstate too. :) Really nice to see your comment and hope the video editing classes go well! We also have some free LUTs your students may be interested in: https://filtergrade.com/free-cinematic-luts-video-editing/

  7. stu fisher says:

    Such a great sites to learn video editing. Well describe article thanks for sharing.

    1. Mike says:

      Thanks so much Stu!

  8. Rahul Dubey says:

    You really brought an amazing resources for helping people. Video editing is a biggest challenge to one involved in content creation. I am thankful to you for this post.

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