A detailed, illustrated tutorial of how to create a “sports open” title animation, using 3D text, animated lights, and moving 3D camera in Apple Motion 5. (Includes sample files.)
Apple Compressor is essential to media compression. But what makes it faster? In this series of tests, discover how RAM, storage, and preference settings can make a difference – or slow things down.
An illustrated tutorial on how to automate media compression using Apple Compressor and Droplets.
An illustrated, detailed tutorial on how to create Watch Folders in Adobe Media Encoder, with a special emphasis on using them to monitor media stored on a server.
A step-by-step guide on how to set up a media compression network using Apple Computer and one or more spare Macs.
Apple Final Cut Pro X has special features that are only enabled when you connect a second computer monitor. Here’s what they are and how to enable them.
An easy way to connect an Atomos Ninja monitor/recorder to a Mac and use it as a second screen, or screen-recording system.
Convergent Design’s Apollo multicamera recorder has a special feature that allows easy transfer of multicam files from the Apollo to Apple Final Cut Pro X.
Apple just released updates to Final Cut Pro X, Motion and Compressor. In this short video excerpt, Larry illustrates the new support for SRT captions in Final Cut Pro X.
Apple just released updates to Final Cut Pro X, Motion and Compressor. In this short video excerpt, Larry illustrates the new Comparison Viewer in Final Cut 10.4.4.
How to find workflow extensions for Apple Final Cut Pro X.
An illustrated, step-by-step tutorial to using the new video Noise Reduction effect in Apple Final Cut Pro X 10.4.4.
A detailed comparison of compression speed and resulting file sizes for a variety of media compressed using Apple Compressor, Adobe Media Encoder and ffWorks/ffMPEG
A detailed series of tests comparing video compression speed using a high-end iMac vs. a new Mac mini running a variety of software. The results are surprising.
An illustrated tutorial on how to use the new Comparison Viewer in Apple Final Cut Pro X 10.4.4.
An illustrated tutorial on how to use the new, floating timecode windows in Apple Final Cut Pro X (v.10.4.4.).
In this short video excerpt, Larry Jordan shows how to apply keywords automatically and manually to your clips, use them to find clips in the Browser, or create searches (called “Smart Collections”) to find clips based upon keywords.
In this brief video overview, discover how Kyno can help you find, label, manage and transcode media for Apple Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Hosted by Larry Jordan.
A detailed, illustrated tutorial on how to use the new Batch Export feature in Apple Final Cut Pro X v.10.4.4.
A detailed look at the new, 2018, Mac mini with an emphasis on video editing. We look at speeds, but, more importantly, we look at real-world results.