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Presented by Larry Jordan, discover almost three-dozen hidden features, secret shortcuts and little-known tips that can enhance your editing with Apple Final Cut Pro X in this fast-paced video tutorial.
Larry Jordan's popular webinars resume with a wide-ranging discussion of just about everything related to Apple Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro.
High Dynamic Range (HDR), RAW, sLog, vLog, HDR, 10-bit, 12-bit … With all these different high-end video formats, how do you work with them in Premiere Pro CC? In this session, Larry Jordan shows how.
With all the different HDR video formats, it’s easy to get confused. If you want to learn how to make your images look better, learn more about these high-end formats or have been working with HDR for a while and still have questions, this session is for you.
Our training is recognized around the world as the most accurate, most complete, most helpful video training available for Apple Final Cut Pro. In this edition, Apple-Certified Trainer, Larry Jordan, showcases all the new and existing features in Final Cut Pro 10.4 AND 10.5. (Download version.)
Our training is recognized around the world as the most accurate, most complete, most helpful video training available for Apple Final Cut Pro X. In this latest edition, Apple-Certified Trainer, Larry Jordan, showcases all the new and existing features in Final Cut Pro X 10.4. (Download only.)
Larry Jordan presents a solid foundation in the basics of media and storage, then moves into Final Cut Pro X to illustrate a variety of ways to organize and optimize your system for editing.
Larry Jordan presents a solid foundation in the basics of media and storage, then moves into Adobe Premiere Pro CC to illustrate a variety of ways to organize and optimize your system for editing.
360/VR is one of three categories of VR and the one that will be most accessible to traditional filmmakers. This session won’t teach you how to tell stories using VR, but it will give you a solid grounding on how to produce, shoot, process and edit VR video to create new experiences for both clients and audiences.
From creating images to posting videos on YouTube, your ability to effectively communicate your ideas depends, in large part, on mastering visual literacy. Whether you shoot stills or video, edit with Photoshop, Avid, Adobe or Apple, this highly-illustrated, visual webinar will give you tools to create more compelling, powerful images.
Adobe continues to make improvements to their color grading controls and video scopes. In this session, Larry Jordan explores the basics of measuring and modifying color in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019. If color is new to you, or you want to learn the latest features, or you want to improve your color skills, this session is for you.
Apple just released updates to Final Cut Pro X, Motion and Compressor. In this session, host Larry Jordan takes a look at what they are and how they work.
If you are looking to solve problems, work faster, or simply position yourself for the future, this webinar, hosted by Larry Jordan, is for you.
This session looks at key new features in Adobe Premiere Pro, Audition and Media Encoder in Adobe’s Spring, 2019, update. Join host, Larry Jordan, as he illustrates key new features in each of these three applications.
This video training, hosted by Larry Jordan, explains what you need to know – planning, storage, media management, editing and effects – to successfully edit multicam video in Apple Final Cut Pro X – v10.4.x).
Photoshop has continued to expand its ability to improve and repair still images. Join host, Larry Jordan, as he explains how to use the tools inside Adobe Photoshop to improve your still images – including the new Content Aware tools. This session will help you make your still images look great. (Includes practice media!)
In this week's webinar, Larry Jordan shows how to export the audio files for a dramatic scene from FCP X using XML, convert the XML file using XtoCC, edit and mix the audio in Adobe Audition, then bring the final mix back into FCP X for final output.
If you want to fix color problems in Apple Final Cut Pro X faster and better, as well as improve the overall look of your media, this session gives you a host of new ideas, tools and techniques you can put to work immediately to make your images look better.
Nothing causes quite the confusion in video editing as media management. This week’s session is designed to get you started in the right direction – whether you use Adobe Premiere Pro CC or Apple Final Cut Pro X. This session explains problems you may be having now and prevent problems in the future. This is especially recommended for all new editors.
ff-Works is a front-end to ffMPEG, a highly-regarded, open-source compression engine. When you combine ff-Works with ffMPEG, you get a very powerful, very flexible, very high quality media transcoding/ compression tool. In this session, Larry Jordan shows how this software works.
Roles are a very powerful, but little understood, feature in Apple Final Cut Pro X. They can help us organize our clips, apply captions in multiple languages, mix our audio and clean up the Timeline. Watch as Larry Jordan illustrates what Roles are, how they work and how to use them in your projects.
Green-screen effects, also called “chroma-key effects,” allow us to easily insert an actor, or any other object, into a different background. But, how? Join host, Larry Jordan, as he illustrates different ways to use green-screen effects in Apple Final Cut Pro X.
Green-screen effects, also called “chroma-key effects,” allow us to easily insert an actor, or any other object, into a different background. But, how? Join Larry Jordan as he illustrates different ways to use green-screen keys in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Apple Compressor is a powerful program for compressing your media files. Most of the time, you can get by using a few presets. But not always. This week, join Larry Jordan as he showcases many of the advanced features in the application.
All of us DESERVE a good job. But, what we deserve has nothing to do with whether we will actually FIND a good job. In fact, the job market is stacked against us. In this week’s webinar, Larry Jordan presents the tips you need to know to successfully market yourself to find and land a good job.
New with the 10.4.1 update to Final Cut Pro X is the ability to create closed captions and subtitles directly inside FCP X. This week’s webinar with Larry Jordan shows you how this new feature works.
Adobe introduced a number of new features in the April, 2018, update to all their video apps. In this week’s webinar, Larry Jordan showcases what they are and how they work in both Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe Audition CC.
Shooting and editing are just the first part of the production process. If you screw up compression, all the hard work that went before is lost. This session explains what you need to know to make your finished video look great.
Your story starts with the shoot – but it gets told in the edit. If you want to get started with Final Cut Pro X, this session is for you. All the essential basics – all in one place. AND, this session also includes practice media – FREE!
Video compression and transcoding are essential to all media today, from social media to broadcast to streaming. But, if you screw up the final compression, all the hard work that went before is lost. Learn what you don't know in this week's session.
There's nothing harder than learning a new, complex piece of software. This webinar is designed for everyone who wants to learn Adobe Premiere Pro CC – it illustrates all the basics of editing in less than one hour
Motion has, hidden inside it, a very capable particle system, along with a variety of simulators, which allow us to create a cloud of graphic objects and move them in interesting ways. Today's webinar looks at a topic we haven't covered before: the intersection of objects, particles and simulators in Motion 5.
The number one thing we can do to catch a viewer's eye is to make something move. In this session, you'll discover a wealth of animation tools you can use immediately to captivate the eye of a viewer.
We use text to explain something to an audience that they can't easily get any other way. Animated text is increasingly important – especially for social media. In this session, you'll learn new techniques that you can use now to catch and hold the eye of the audience.
If you always wanted to learn more about masks, how they can expand the visual effects you create and improve your color grading, this session, led by Larry Jordan, is for you.
Changing the speed of a clip is all the rage in video today; especially extreme slow motion. In this session, you’ll discover how it’s done for both Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Apple Final Cut Pro X.