"WITHOUT QUESTION!! Larry Jordan is the go to for all video editing & more! Mr. Jordan has decades of experience and knows what we need. He’s not only teaching software, Larry teaches knowledge & experience: Wisdom!" - Oscar Bustamante, Fluid Vision Inc.
Still photographs, slides and digital images are a common component in many video projects. From digital photos to maps to old photos, editors often need to bring still images to life. In this session, Larry Jordan shows what you need to know to make still images look as good as they can, then make them move in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Still photographs, slides and digital images are a common component in many video projects. In this session, Larry Jordan takes you step-by-step from scans to image prep to import and animation in Apple Final Cut Pro and Motion.
This week, Larry Jordan shows how to use four advanced features in Adobe Premiere Pro: Speech-to-Text, Closed Captions, Simplify Sequences and Motion Tracking effects. Discover how to make the most of these in your next project.
This week, we go deep inside Apple Final Cut Pro to discover tips and techniques that can help you work faster, create higher-quality images and use effects more, um, effectively. Topics covered include: masks, chroma-key, speed changes, multicam, and ProRes.
One of our favorite – and most wide-ranging – sessions returns with “Ask Larry Anything!” Presented by Larry Jordan, this session focuses on real-world storage speed tests, reading video scopes, fixing color problems and answering reader questions.
This session focuses on computer system and storage performance. What determines it, what’s possible, and what holds it back? Host Larry Jordan looks at CPUs, RAIDs, servers and software, with lots of explanations on what’s possible – and what isn’t.
Larry Jordan’s favorite session returns with a detailed look at optimizing storage performance, along with tons of questions on computer hardware, software updates, Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro.
You need to animate some text. It needs to be flashy. It needs to be colorful. And, most importantly, it needs to be done yesterday. Apple Keynote to the rescue! Keynote videos work in any video editor. Discover the power of text animation in Keynote.
One of our favorite – and most wide-ranging – sessions returns with “Ask Larry Anything!” Presented by Larry Jordan, this is a free-form conversation based on questions submitted by viewers. This session looks at computer obsolescence, system performance, and optimizing storage.
BorisFX Continuum 2022.5 is described as the “Swiss Army Knife of visual effects.” It runs on all major video editing systems. In this session, watch Larry Jordan highlight key features in the software to show that you can do things in Continuum that you can’t do anywhere else.
Multicam shooting records an event using multiple cameras. Multicam editing displays those recorded images at the same time as we edit the show. Presented by Larry Jordan, this session covers multicam editing in Adobe Premiere Pro (v. 22.4) from start to finish.
Presented: May 18, 2022 Several times each month, Larry Jordan presents a live, on-line, video training webinar discussing issues related to video editing and post-production. For a list of upcoming webinars, click here. Duration: 50:16 Download file size: 1.15 GB (ZIP file) …
Recently, Adobe updated Premiere Pro to version 22.3.1. This webinar, presented by Larry Jordan, explores the new features in this release.
Recently, Apple updated Final Cut Pro to version 10.6.2. This webinar, hosted by Larry Jordan, explores the new features in this release.
One of our favorite – and most wide-ranging – sessions returns with “Ask Larry Anything.” Presented by Larry Jordan, this is a free-form conversation about, well, anything you want to ask. This session covers: Mac hardware, media, audio, Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro.
Adobe continues making improvements to their color grading tools and scopes. In this in-depth session in Premiere Pro, Larry Jordan explores the fundamental tools of color and color correction.
If you’ve been wondering what the color tools do, or how to make them work better, this session is for you. While color grading is a vast subject, this webinar is a fast way to lift your color skills to the next level.
Eleven audio editors provided the images and stories. Then, Larry Jordan turned them into a detailed presentation showcasing the specific gear and techniques used to record high-quality audio in the field today. These techniques apply to anyone in media production.
One of our favorite – and most wide-ranging – sessions returns with “Ask Larry Anything.” Presented by Larry Jordan, this is a free-form conversation about, well, anything you want to ask.
This session, hosted by Larry Jordan, takes a closer look at color grading in DaVinci Resolve 17, with a special emphasis on its unique color tools and secondary color correction ability.
All NLEs today can edit video with professional results. The primary difference is in HOW they edit – the interface. This three-session bundle explores how Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro editors can use DaVinci Resolve 17 to augment the tools in their existing NLE.
Our three-part look at DaVinci Resolve 17 concludes with an exploration of the Fairlight audio mixing page. The audio tools in Fairlight are among the best and, in this session, Larry Jordan shows you how they work.
Our look at DaVinci Resolve 17 continues with an overview of the Color page for color grading. Join Larry Jordan as he illustrates key features in the Color page, and how to round-trip projects between Premiere or Final Cut and Resolve.
In the latest version of DaVinci Resolve, Blackmagic Design introduced the Cut page, an interface designed for high-speed, fast-turnaround editing. In this webinar, Larry Jordan covers all the basic features from import to final output of the DaVinci Resolve Cut page.
Last week, at Adobe MAX 2021, Adobe released new versions of Premiere Pro and most of their other media applications. In this session, Larry Jordan showcases the most significant of these new features.
Apple updated Final Cut Pro, Motion and Compressor last week with significant new features. In this session, Larry Jordan illustrates some of the more interesting – and important – ones.
We restart our fall season with “Ask Larry Anything.” Presented by Larry Jordan, this is a free-form conversation about subjects relevant to video editing. This session is arranged into two broad subjects: LTO tape archiving for media and Apple Final Cut Pro.
One of Larry’s favorite sessions returns with “Ask Larry Anything.” Presented by Larry Jordan, this is a free-form conversation about, well, anything you want to ask. This session is organized into three categories covering Apple Motion, Apple Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro.
In this session, Larry Jordan leads a detailed exploration of Affinity Photo and compares it to Adobe Photoshop from the perspective video editors looking to edit, composite and repair still images.
Last week, Adobe released a new beta version of Premiere Pro showcasing new import and export features and, more importantly, pointing the direction Adobe plans to take the software in the future. In this session, Larry Jordan showcases the new features and explains how they work.
Apple updated Final Cut Pro (v10.5.3), Motion (v5.5.2) and Compressor (v4.5.3) last week. In this intermediate-level session Larry Jordan showcases all the new features in Apple Compressor and Final Cut Pro. (Motion only got bug fixes.)
Fonts are the easiest way to telegraph an emotion – and they don't require any design skills from us. In this session, Larry Jordan illustrates the eight different font families and the emotions each one projects. Learn how to put their power – and emotions – to work in your next project.
Whether you use Adobe Premiere Pro or Apple Final Cut Pro, still images are at the heart of many video programs, especially documentaries. Larry Jordan explains how to use the image editing and repair tools inside Adobe Photoshop to make your still images look their best.
Changing the speed of a clip is all the rage in video today; especially extreme slow motion. In this session, presented by Larry Jordan, you’ll discover how it’s done using Apple Final Cut Pro.
Changing the speed of a clip is all the rage in video today; especially extreme slow motion. In this session, presented by Larry Jordan, you'll discover how it's done using Adobe Premiere Pro.
“Ask Larry Anything!” is a free-form conversation about technical questions of interest to video editors. Hosted by Larry Jordan, subjects covered include questions about: the Mac, Visual Literacy, Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Motion and Compressor.