Here's something you never think about until it's biting you in the tookus: creating your end credits.
Every movie needs 'em, so does yours. So why leave them as the last step before completing your film and let them look like garbage?
Enter Endcrawl, the online service that saves your time by making your credits for you.
And today we are talking with Pliny Eremic and Alan Grow, the co-founders of this service, about how it solves a problem so many films have struggled with in the past.
Credits are tedious, suck your time away and they are never...EVER...finished. There always seems to be one last change to make to them: a name missing, a mispelled credit, someone credited with the wrong job, someone to thank at the end...ad infinitum! Endcrawl solves the problem by allowing you easily make changes to your credit crawl and then it will send you a fresh, new render of it for you to drag 'n drop into your timeline.
Nick has experimented with the beta version of this service in his recent features and it IS as smooth an operation as it sounds.
It also fixes the technical issues that come with creating your own credits through Premiere, After Effects or Photoshop. Ever played your film on a big screen? Notice that ugly jitter or shudder as your credits scroll up? There's a reason for that. And Endcrawl can promise that it won't happen with yours.
And if that doesn't convince you...it's FREE to sign up and get started! Endcrawl is looking for beta users and will gladly let you jump in with your production and start making your crawl. (1K renders are free for you to preview it or as a placeholder, 2K renders belong to a pricing tier).
Check out our interview with these two gentlemen and sign up for Endcrawl for your production.
And Pliny would be pained if I didn't link to his article/rant 2k is not 2048x1152. Wait for me to trigger him on that one at the end of the episode.