Multicam editing allows us to see multiple cameras at the same time as we edit a show. This allows us to quickly compare shots and pick the best one for our story. In this short, video excerpt, Larry Jordan shows how to create and configure a multicam sequence in Premiere.
A list of key questions that need to be answered before any video project starts. You can start without answering these, but it is better to plan ahead than to be blind-sided by something you never considered.
An illustrated tutorial on how to create templates in Adobe Audition to speed your workflow when creating repetitive audio projects.
In this video excerpt from his webinar: “Media Management for Video Editing,” Larry Jordan presents an in-depth tour of Final Cut Library Manager, from Arctic Whiteness.
In this video excerpt from his webinar “Media Management for Video Editing,” Larry Jordan presents an in-depth demo of KeyFlow Pro, from Malgn Technology.
In this video excerpt from his webinar “Media Management for Video Editing,” Larry Jordan presents an in-depth demo of Kyno, from Lesspain Software.
An illustrated series of tips on how to select clips, improve levels and work with templates in Adobe Audition CC.
An illustrate set of three techniques that can speed and simplify video compression using Adobe Media Encoder.
This illustrated tutorial has several of my most favorite editing shortcuts for Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
An in-depth look, including performance measurements, for the OWC Drive Dock.
With all the ways we have to transfer data, sometimes it’s just faster to grab a hard disk and carry it from one computer to another. This is a look at the OWC Envoy Pro mini from the point of view of improving the speed and reducing the size of your “SneakerNet.”
Three quick, illustrated tips to improve video compression using Apple Compressor 4.3.
Three illustrated tips to get objects to move using Behaviors in Motion 5.
Three illustrated productivity tips that speed importing media into Apple Final Cut Pro X.
KeyFlow Pro, from Malgn Technology, is a media management and workflow tool that is optimized for Apple Final Cut Pro X. It can be used by a single editor or support small workgroups of up to ten editors. Here’s a look at the latest version.
Editing 4K media is no different than editing HD – except when it is really, REALLY different. In this tutorial, Larry Jordan looks at the differences when editing 4K media in Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Apple Final Cut Pro X.
Larry Jordan’s thoughts on the best way to configure a new 2017 iMac for video editing when you are on a budget.
In this short video excerpt from his webinar: “Create Simple Effects in Apple Final Cut Pro X,” Larry Jordan illustrates the basics of adding, modifying and working with transitions, along with key preference settings.
In this short, video excerpt from his “Create Simple Effects in Final Cut Pro X,” Larry Jordan illustrates everything you need to know about accessing, modifying and working with Generators.