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|WHEW! THERE'S A LOT GOING ON...
This is supposed
to be summer - you know, kick back and take it easy... Whew. Someone forgot to send the memo.
Four new articles this week - new goodies on the Digital Production Buzz website - updates to the LarryJordan.biz website - a week of FCP X training in Aspen - and, well, there's so much going on my calendar needs a calendar.
We are already editing the 2 Reel Guys
shoot from last week. Our first episode premieres Sept. 15. Visit 2ReelGuys.com
for details as we get closer to September.
The Digital Production Buzz
website continues to evolve. We have now integrated all the interviews from our NAB 2012
coverage into our Interview Archives
. By the end of this week, we will also include all our interviews from DV Expo 2011
, GV Expo 2011
, and NAB 2011
. We already offer almost 500 individual interviews - all searchable by name, company, and keyword. We are adding more interviews every day this week.
I was interviewed on That Post Show
, hosted by Kanen Flowers
and joined by Jason Diamond
last week. We talked about the prerelease version of Autodesk Smoke 2013, though, if you've ever listened to the show, you know that Kanen's conversations range, ah, widely...
This is always a fun show - check it out here
NEWS, GOSSIP, AND FREE STUFF
- I'm teaching a week-long Final Cut Pro X workshop at Anderson Ranch in beautiful Aspen, Colorado, starting August 13.
- Register for free expo tickets to DV Expo in Pasadena, Sept. 19-21.
WEBINAR #75 - THIS WEDNESDAY!
Wow... seems hard to believe that our 75th webinar is this Wednesday - Video Compression with Adobe Media Encoder CS6. AME does far more than create Flash movies - in fact, its quality rivals the best compression software that's out there.
The key benefit that Media Encoder provides when compared to Compressor, is that Adobe Media Encoder runs on both Macs and Windows. Still, AME doesn't do everything. See where this best fits in your workflow and where you need to consider alternatives.
Compression and transcoding are at the heart of virtually everything we do. Join us this week and learn how the Adobe Media Encoder can benefit you.
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JOIN ME IN ASPEN!
I'm doing a week-long training on Final Cut Pro X for the Anderson Ranch Art Center in Aspen, Colorado from Aug. 13 - 17. Stretch your creative muscles and give yourself some time in the mountains.
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NEW ARTICLES THIS WEEK
I have four new articles - along with a free analysis of the media storage market - plus one from the vaults covering Final Cut Pro 7.
Details - as always - are below.
|TECHNIQUE: FINAL CUT PRO X|
Secrets and Tips
|TECHNIQUE: ADOBE PREMIERE PRO CS6|
Creating Clip Speed Changes
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 has a wide variety of ways to create clip speed changes - however, not all of them are intuitive.
In this article, I show you how to create freeze frames, fit-to-fil edits, constant speed changes, and variable speed changes. (And most of these techniques work for Premiere Pro CS5.5 as well.
Trends in Digital Storage
Media devours storage. So, when you are planning your next project, what storage should you use?
Recently, Tom Coughlin, of Tom Coughlin & Associates, surveyed media producers large and small about how they are using storage, what they expect to use in the future and where the trends are taking us.
|PRODUCT REVIEW: EDL-X FOR FCP X|
Create EDLs from FCP X XML Files
EDLs are used everywhere in our industry to move edited projects from one system to another.
The only problem is that Final Cut Pro X doesn't create EDLs - until now.
The folks at XMiL have created a utility for FCP X called "EDL-X." This article gives you a quick tour of the application.
|ARCHIVES: FINAL CUT PRO 7|
Move Things Using the Keyboard
It's great to be able to drag things around using the mouse.
But it is often far faster to move selected objects using the keyboard.
This article explains what you can move and how you can move it.
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