Final Cut Pro X v.10.2 is a major new update from Apple and it deserves totally updated training. We went back, reviewed every movie, then created 72 all-new movies to cover all the new features in this update. More focused. More complete. Yet, all with our trademark conversational approach, in-depth coverage and sense of humor.
There’s nothing more fun than discovering a new plug-in that helps you work faster, create unusual effects, or solve a nagging problem. In this session, Larry Jordan showcases the hundreds of fun, new and useful plug-ins contained in FX Factory, from Noise Industries.
With the 2015 release, Adobe massively improved their color correction and grading tools. For the first time, video scopes and tools that were only available in SpeedGrade are now available in Premiere. In this presentation, Larry Jordan shows you how to use these new tools to make your images look their best.
Photoshop is an essential tool for video production. This class of advanced Photoshop techniques will be valuable any video editor, regardless of the video editing software they use. (Includes practice media.)
Date: October 14, 2015
Time: 9 AM & 12 PM (PDT)
Last week, we covered the basics of audio starting with key definitions and workflow, then looking at how these applied in both Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
This week, we look at advanced techniques in both applications:
There’s a lot to cover in an hour. Make sure you watch last week’s webinar to get yourself up to speed.
As always, registration for the live presentation is free. Space is limited, so sign up soon!
This advanced-level course is designed for editors with a basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro X or Adobe Premiere Pro CC. A basic knowledge of audio within these applications will also be helpful. The only thing you need to watch this presentation is a web browser.