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SEVEN new articles this week, including a new blog! (That's a new record for this newsletter.) Two new live webinars, one on Tuesday, the other on Wednesday, plus two more webinars that just got posted. And, I'm traveling to London in February to attend the BVE Expo.
FREE MOVIOLA WEBINAR THIS TUESDAY
NEW ADOBE WEBINAR THIS WEDNESDAY
Mike Horton is the new host of Moviola's webinars. He's asked me to give a presentation this Tuesday on Workflow and Media Management in Final Cut Pro X. (I think he just wants to be the one asking questions for a change...)
Even better, this webinar is free!
As if one webinar this week wasn't enough, I'm presenting a second one on Wednesday. One of my most popular sessions is color correction. We've covered this in Final Cut Pro 7 and Final Cut Pro X. This week, I do the same thing for Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.
Learn how to read video scopes, how to adjust gray scale, how to fix color problems and much more. Once you understand how to use the color power in Premiere, it will change your life.
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TWO NEW WEBINARS ARE POSTEDWe posted two recent webinars to both the subscription website and our store. Spend a bit of time updating your skills, I like how both of these turned out.
(By the way, webinar 87 - Ask Larry Anything - is only available to members.)
FEATURED BUZZ INTERVIEW
Last week on the Digital Production Buzz, we interviewed Steve Wright
, noted compositor and trainer for VFXIO
, about how he creates his training. As a trainer myself, I found our conversation interesting and wanted to feature it this week.Click here
to listen to Steve Wright's interview.Click here
to listen to the entire show.
LARRY IS COMING TO LONDON FOR BVE!
The folks at Broadcast Video Expo
have invited me to speak at the upcoming BVE 2013 in February. Thanks to the great folks at Blackmagic Design
, who are sponsoring my trip, I'll be there.
We have a wide range of topics, from 4K image to the Blackmagic Cinema Camera to creating green-screen effects. For a complete list of what, when, and where, click here
I'M ALSO GOING TO MACWORLD
If you see me roaming the halls, audio recorder in hand, stop by and say hello. I'd love the chance to chat!
NEW ARTICLES THIS WEEK
A while back, I wrote a blog about "A Whole Lot of Unrelated Stuff
." That proved to be so popular that I created a new version for this week. Plus, I have three new video tutorials, and
three new articles all covering Adobe Encore, Final Cut Pro X, and Premiere Pro CS6.
I had a lot of fun writing these this week. Enjoy! (Oh, and I've also updated our Top 3 lists, as well.)
As always, the details are below.
Editing with the New iMacs
Here's a collection of short tips, tricks, and cautions covering Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Media Encoder, and archiving.
I'm always interested in your comments.
|VIDEO TUTORIAL: FINAL CUT PRO X|
Create A New Event
This video technique is an excerpt from my recent webinar on the "Fundamentals of Final Cut Pro X."
I get a lot of questions on how and where to create Events, and how to manage them once they are created. In this tutorial, you'll learn how and where to create, rename, move, and delete Events.
|TUTORIAL: FINAL CUT PRO X|
Organize How Event Media is Displayed
In this step-by-step guide, I explain the little-known "Gear menu" at the bottom of the Event Library.
This determines how media is displayed in both the Event Library and Event Browser. And can make managing your media a lot easier.
|TUTORIAL: ADOBE PREMIERE PRO CS6|
A Cool Workaround to Add GPU Support to Macs
Well, this isn't actually official. In fact, its kind of a hack. Well, actually, it is
But, if you are looking to squeeze more performance out of Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, you need to read this article to learn how to turn on an unsupported GPU.Read the article
|VIDEO TUTORIAL: ADOBE ENCORE CS6
Link Menus and Tracks
DVDs and Blu-rays are all about compression and linking.
I cover compression in my recent Adobe Encore webinar. So, in this video tutorial, I give you an overview of how to link buttons, chapter markers, menus, and tracks.
|VIDEO TUTORIAL: ADOBE ENCORE CS6
Change Button Highlight Colors
When you click a button on a DVD or Blu-ray Disc, it changes color; which indicates it has been clicked.
Those colors are called "highlight colors," and this video tutorial shows how to change them for menus that you create in Photoshop, or Adobe Encore.
|TUTORIAL: FINAL CUT PRO X
Locate, Duplicate, or Delete Custom Templates
When you create a new template in Motion 5 for Final Cut Pro X, they need to be stored somewhere.
In this step-by-step tutorial, you'll learn how these files are created, where they are stored, and how to duplicate or delete them.
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