Larry Jordan’s Articles for August, 2015

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Here are some articles that you may have missed, that I wrote during August, 2015.

BLOGS – THINK PIECES AND OPINIONS

An Untenable Situation

Image Quality Differences: Compressor vs. Adobe Media Encoder

No One Reads Anymore – The Need to Teach Tools

Is the Technology Honeymoon Over? (by Clayton Moore)

The Future of Post: 4K, HDR and Wide Color Gamut Video

The Art of Story-telling Isn’t Enough

The Disruptive Power of Change

TROUBLE-SHOOTING

Important: Monitor Hard Disk Free Space

FINAL CUT PRO X

Avoid Corrupted Libraries

Better Transitions Using Compound Clips

Export Stills, with Alpha Channel

Remove Harsh “S” Sounds

PHOTOSHOP

Create a Pointing Arrow

PREMIERE PRO CC

Understand Project Manager

MOTION

Motion 5: Add and Adjust Audio

CREATIVITY

Production Design: Designing a Set

Production Design: Create Set Elements

PRODUCT REVIEW

Final Cut Manager

Highpoint Technologies 3614A RAID (Updated with comments from Highpoint)


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2 Responses to Larry Jordan’s Articles for August, 2015

  1. Trevor Barker says:

    Hi, not so much a comment, but a question. I have just completed my first project using Pro X but for the life of me, I just cannot download it to a DVD. I go into ‘share’ and DVD but that’s as far as I can get. What am I doing wrong please? Kind Regards, Trevor.

    • Larry says:

      Trevor:

      Your question is hard to answer given what you’ve written so far. What screen appears? What message are you seeing? Do you have a DVD burner attached to your computer? Is a DVD loaded?

      More specifics would be helpful.

      Larry

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