"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.
These simple, step-by-step techniques will allow you to send files from Final Cut to Soundtrack, clean up your audio, then get it back into Final Cut Pro. Larry also illustrates how to clean up your audio using either an audio file project, for single clips, or multi-track project, for mixing.
This short, narrated tutorial, hosted by Larry Jordan, shows you two ways to fix problems within a frame. First, by exporting, fixing it in Photoshop, then reimporting the single frame that's messed up. Or, second, to fix multiple frames that are damaged, by exporting a short clip and using Photoshop Extended CS3 or CS4 to fix it. Along the way, Larry shows you how to properly set color profiles so the image you import matches the color of the rest of your sequence.
Larry Jordan explains how to properly size and import the two types of still images – images without transparency (JPGs, PNGs, TIFFs), and images with transparency (PSD files). He begins with single-layer images, sizing them in Photoshop, then importing them to Final Cut Pro. He provides a step-by-step guide to making sure your images display accurately, along with a simple way to make sure your aspect ratios are correct.
One of the hot new features in Adobe Soundbooth CS4 is the ability to create verbatim text transcripts directly from media files. In this video tutorial, Larry Jordan shows you how to use this new feature – its strengths and its weaknesses – with a step-by-step approach from original script, through transcript, to outputting the final file. If you are looking for ways to create transcripts directly from the spoken word, this tutorial is for you.
In this video tutorial, Larry Jordan gives you the Five Rules for trashing preferences, then takes you step by step through the whole process. Keep this tutorial on file for those times when Final Cut needs help.
Nothing is more frustrating than having an editing session interrupted by the Spinning Beach-ball of Death. In this tutorial, Larry Jordan introduces you to the cure – The Safe Boot Procedure. In this short, focused tutorial, you'll learn why the beach-ball appears, a three-step procedure to minimize it, and suggestions on how often to run it. If you only watch one tutorial, this one, alone, can save you hours of wasted time every week.
In this video tutorial, Larry Jordan takes you through the steps necessary to get your system ready for Final Cut Pro. He start with showing you what folders need to be created on your system, what they are named and what goes into them. From there, he discusses simple file naming conventions and where project files need to be stored. He wraps up with a brief discussion of archiving.
This short, step-by-step tutorial shows you how to configure Final Cut to edit a multiclip, how to combine multiple angles to form a multiclip quickly and easily, how to edit a multiclip using the Viewer, keypad or buttons, how to trim a multiclip, and what to do when your editing is complete.
In this short, focused tutorial, Larry Jordan shows you the best way to export still frames from Final Cut Pro, how to improve deinterlacing quality using Photoshop, then how to resize the images so that all the proportions look correct. Along the way, he'll also show you a better technique to resize images and provide a conversion chart so you can correctly size your images, whether your are working in NTSC, PAL, or HD.
This tutorial focuses on giving you nine different ways to trim — many of them are probably faster than what you are using right now. If the end result is the same — doesn't it make sense to work faster?
In this short, focused tutorial, Larry Jordan shows you how to customize your User Preference settings to get Final Cut to work the way you want. He provides a step-by-step description of the most relevant settings with guidance on how to set them for your workflow. These settings are relevant for both Final Cut Pro 5.x and 6.x.
There are three preference groups in Final Cut Pro, however, without question, the most important set of preference settings are the System Preferences. When these are set correctly, Final Cut Pro flies. However, when they are not set correctly, Final Cut rolls like its on square wheels. In this video tutorial, Larry Jordan shows you how to set these preferences correctly, and gives advice on what to change and what to leave alone. The setting Larry illustrates in this video are appropriate for Final Cut Pro HD, 5.x, and 6.x.
In this short video tutorial, Larry Jordan shows you how to open a video clip in Photoshop Extended CS3 or CS4, how to control playback, how to retouch the image, how to control where the image is retouched, and how to output the resulting file so it can be used inside Final Cut Pro.
H.264 is without question the best codec to use for the web – but what are the best settings to use and how do you convert your movie into H.264 from either Final Cut Pro or QuickTime? This tutorial shows you how. In less than seven minutes, you'll learn the best way to export, how to set video and audio compression settings and the best screen sizes to use for the web.
In this tutorial, Larry Jordan offers suggestions on how you can grow your business. This title specifically covers selling techniques and the sales process.
In this tutorial, Larry Jordan offers suggestions on how you can grow your business. This title specifically covers marketing techniques and the power of referral marketing.
In this tutorial, Larry Jordan offers suggestions on how you can grow your business. This title specifically covers techniques you can use to discover your hidden strengths and weaknesses, managing clients, managing money, and managing time, plus 14 ideas on how to look for work.
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