An in-depth look at Jellyfish – high-performance shared-storage for video editing from LumaForge.
In this short video excerpt, Larry Jordan compares Team Projects with Shared Projects in the 2018 update to Adobe Premiere Pro CC, then illustrates how Shared Projects work.
Apple reveals the next version of Final Cut Pro X – 10.4 – at the FCPX Creative Summit. Here is some of what’s being reported.
Auto-ducking in Adobe Audition CC is magical. What this does is automatically reduce the level of clips on a music track based upon the dialog clips above it. Here’s an illustrated tutorial on how this works.
The principle reason for using HEVC to compress video is to decrease the file size of the compressed file. But how does it look? In this First Look comparing HEVC to H.264 using Adobe Media Encoder, you’ll discover the answer.
Any Premiere project can be shared amongst other editors on the same local network. It works great – EXCEPT there is a huge gotcha that will cause you to lose work, if you don’t read this article first.
It seems like a small thing, but the new font menu in Premiere 2018 makes using ALL your fonts a lot faster and easier. Here’s an illustrated tutorial that explains how this works.
Our goal is to tell stories – and the best stories touch our emotions. However, all too often, we overlook a powerful tool that can influence our emotions: fonts. In this short video excerpt, Larry Jordan showcases different fonts and illustrates how to choose the best one for your next project.
If you are looking for ways to convert speech to text quickly, with reasonable accuracy, easy-to-use editing tools and multiple export options, SpeedScriber is an excellent choice. Here’s an illustrated review that explains how it works.
An in-depth look at a new application that allows creating custom keyboard shortcuts on an iPad which can control any application on an attached Mac.
Five quick tips for Apple Final Cut Pro X covering importing, skimming, joining clips, organizing the Browser and little-known keyboard shortcuts.
Still images are at the heart of many video programs, especially documentaries. But, what if the images you are working with don’t look that good? In this short video excerpt, Larry Jordan illustrates how to use the Patch, Content-Aware and Levels tools to move and remove elements in an image.
Still images are at the heart of many video programs, especially documentaries. But, what if the images you are working with don’t look that good? In this short video excerpt, Larry Jordan illustrates how to straighten an image then improve the exposure using Levels.
Three, well, actually, four, hidden media preference settings that make editing in Premiere faster and easier.
For power, flexibility, and color effects, 3D LUT Creator is unequaled. Now, they need to turn their attention to showing the rest of us how to use it.
Job hunting is a game where no one explains the rules. In this short video excerpt, Larry Jordan explains the two key things you MUST know as you start your job search.
An explanation of audio frequencies, how they affect the Audio Enhancement tools in Apple Final Cut Pro X and how to make your audio sound better.
An in-depth tutorial on how to animate objects in Motion using parameter behaviors, which allow you to apply animation to specific settings. Very, very fun results!
This is a short-term caution for media creators about upgrading too soon to the High Sierra version of macOS, including how to turn OFF automatic upgrading.