An illustrated tutorial of a “simple effect,” in Final Cut Pro X: displaying multiple images on screen at the same time and wiping between them. This shows how to use the Transform settings and compound clips.
Articles you may have missed during the holidays, with a special emphasis on the 2016 MacBook Pro.
An illustrated tutorial on how to use crop and masking to animate a title appearing through a separate video clip.
An illustrated tutorial showing how to use crop or Draw Mask in Final Cut Pro X to reveal a title clip in the middle of a background. Simple, but very effective.
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An illustrated explanation of what DCI P3 color space is, and how to configure a 2016 MacBook Pro to display it.
An illustrated introduction to creating animated particle effects in Motion 5.
An explanation of the various configuration options for the 2016 MacBook Pro, along with recommendations on what to buy if you are on a budget.
An in-depth, illustrated and measured test of the new MacBook Pro to see how fast it really is for video editing using real-world tests with Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
A detailed, illustrated look at the new Mercury Elite Pro Dual Mini storage system from OWC, featuring portability, SSD drives and USB-C connections.
A detailed, illustrated look at the new Touch Bar in Final Cut Pro X. What it is, how it works and how to use it.
A step-by-step, illustrated tutorial on how to create an Automator action to automatically FTP compressed files from Apple Compressor.
A first, in-depth, look at Audio Networks. High-quality production music with flexible licenses.
In this short video, Larry Jordan explains the current state of HDR (High Dynamic Range) media in both Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. He explains where we are now and where we are headed.
In this short video, Larry Jordan explains how to create a multicam clip in Adobe Premiere Pro CC using video clips of different frame sizes that still allows reframing and repositioning of the higher resolution media once its edited into the Timeline.
AMD announces major new updates to its Radeon graphics software. Here are the details and links to the free downloads.
A first look at FindrCat: a utility that merges Final Cut Pro X keywords back into the media files stored on your hard drive.
An illustrated, yet simple technique to fix audio levels that were recorded too loudly using Adobe Audition.
Both Adobe Media Encoder (AME) and Apple Compressor recently underwent upgrades. This short video excerpt illustrates how to use stitching in Adobe Media Encoder to combine multiple video files into one.
Both Adobe Media Encoder (AME) and Apple Compressor recently underwent upgrades. In this short video tutorial, Larry Jordan explains how job chaining in Apple Compressor can save time when compressing multiple versions of the same file.