New Stuff - Cool Stuff
Feb. 13, 2012
In This Issue
Multitrack Editing
Send Projects to Audition
Missing Preferences
Top 3 Articles Last Week
Training Closed Captioned
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Larry Jordan
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I'm off to London to speak at  Broadcast Video Expo 2012. If you are attending the show, stop by and say "Hello" -- I'm giving six talks covering Compressor, Motion, and Final Cut Pro X.

It would be fun to take a few minutes to visit.

Three new articles this week - covering Final Cut Pro 7, Final Cut Pro X, and Adobe Audition!

I'll be posting a blog or two from London, based on the new toys I see at the show.  I am also, finally, starting to review new products again.  Expect more product coverage starting in a week or two.

And, as always, feel free to keep in touch.

Multitrack Editing     
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This is my second detailed article on Adobe Audition. Specifically, I look at how to edit multitrack audio.

With Soundtrack Pro going away, Adobe Audition is worth looking at for your audio editing and mixing needs.

Click here to read this article.

Sending Projects to Adobe Audition     

This article shows you step-by-step how to send files from FCP 7, 6, 5, or HD to Audition.

Along the way, I also explain the differences between exporting as XML and exporting as OMF.

Click here to read the article.

The Case of the Missing Preference      

With the 10.0.3 update, FCP X changed the way it handles transitions and, um, handles.

In fact, a preference has gone missing. In this article, I explain what handles are, how they used to be handled, and the new system for dealing with transitions that don't have enough media.

Is skullduggery afoot?

Click here to read the article.


Here are the top three most viewed articles on my website during the last week:

1. FCP X: Understanding Optical Flow

2. Understanding ProRes 422

3. Audition: Recording an Interview

Click here to see a list of the Top 10 most popular titles for the last seven days.

New Features in FCP X: 10.0.3
FCP X: New Features
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