This continues our “Conversations on Craft” with a look at cinematography. Our goal is to provide different perspectives on the craft and business of creating magic with cameras and lights by showcasing four wide-ranging interviews with cinematographers and directors of photography.
This continues our “Conversations on Craft” with a look at acting. Our goal is to provide different perspectives on the craft and career of acting. This week, we showcase three wide-ranging interviews with actors on acting.
Effects are the icing that make even dull projects sparkle and shine. And the effects in Final Cut Pro X allow you to do some amazing things – if you know how they work. That’s where this bundle comes in.
We continue our “Conversations on Craft” by looking at screen-writing. The goal of today’s presentation is to help you create scripts that you can successfully sell.
Date: September 2, 2015
Time: 9 AM & 12 PM (PDT)
Multicam is a popular technique where multiple cameras cover the same event from different perspectives. This technique is most common when recording live performances or events. Multicam editing is the process, within Final Cut Pro X, where we can simultaneously edit all those angles at the same time. This editing can be done in real-time or slow-motion.
In this online session, host Larry Jordan explains everything you need to know to successfully edit your next project:
As always, registration for the live presentation is always free. (Limit of 200 seats.)
This intermediate-level course is designed for editors with some knowledge of the Final Cut Pro X interface. Multicam editing experience is not required. All that is needed to watch this presentation is a browser.