Videoguys
August 15, 2016




It's the middle of the summer and I'm writing this from the road. Yup, I'm taking a short vacation to visit friends and family in Wisconsin. (As an aside, after living in LA for decades, I had forgotten what humidity feels like. Whew... I'm stunned by the vast quantities of green and growing plants, but the humidity makes me want to crawl back inside an air-conditioner.)

Anyway, it is a fun trip - especially because a granddaughter is involved.

So, this week's issue will be a bit short and next week I'm taking off entirely. The next newsletter I send out will be in two weeks. Didn't want you to worry when next week's issue doesn't show up.

I really had fun with last week's webinar on closed captions in Adobe Premiere Pro. I want to especially thank Charles Van Winkle, the Adobe lead developer for captions in Premiere for taking so much time to educate me on the process. If you've wondered about captions, be sure to watch this week's video below - it explains a lot about them. Then, stream or download the webinar for an in-depth look at how captions work inside Premiere.  I should mention that this title is a really good reason to join my video training library. For one low monthly price, you can instantly stream any of over 1,400 movies on both Apple and Adobe software. Become a member today.

On a different note, I've had a lot of folks asking why I'm writing so much about Adobe and so little about Final Cut Pro X. I still love Final Cut, but Apple hasn't updated it in a while because they are working on something big. So, the short answer is that I've run out of stuff to talk about. I've covered virtually every feature in the software either in an article, a webinar or part of my FCP X Complete training.

But don't worry, as soon as Apple updates Final Cut, I'm back to writing about it in-depth. For now, though Adobe is doing some really interesting things with Premiere that are worth looking at.

Enjoy your summer - school starts soon and fall isn't that far away. I'll be back in two weeks. In the meantime, edit well.

 
The Buzz Is BACK!

A new, faster format, with great  guests and exciting regulars. This week, we continue to look at better ways to create documentaries.

   * Patrick Southern
  
* Lucas Maciel
  
* James Deruvo
  
* Laura Blum
 
  * Ned Soltz
 
  * Michael Kammes (*)

* Through an editing error, I forgot to include Michael's interview in the main show. You CAN hear it in Individual Interviews. I'll add it back to the show when I return next week. Sorry.
Watch or read each full episode here.

Text transcripts provided by Take1.tv. Read the transcript from this week's show here.

New shows air live every Thursday evening at 6:00 PM Los Angeles time.

Tune in here.

NOTE: Due to Larry's vacation, The Buzz will be dark this week.

The Buzz returns Thursday, Aug. 25.
 
Use Closed Captions in Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Closed captions are intimidating! But, closed captions are also vital. The problem is that creating closed captions is not easy, even though captions are required for more and more media projects today.

Join me as I demystify working with closed captions inside Premiere Pro:

* Explain what closed captions are
* How to work with different caption files and formats
* How to modify existing captions
* How to create new captions
* How to export a movie and include captions

Download your copy today and stop being intimidated!

Or access ALL my training, become a member of my Video Training Library.  
Webinars Return Sept. 7, 2016
Our weekly webinars are taking a break for the rest of August.

Webinars will return Wednesday, Sept. 7, with all new training and some interesting new software.

I'll let you know what we are planning in future issues of this newsletter.

Remember my weekly webinars are always FREE.

Register here
 
Closed Caption Overview in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (Video)
An overview of key caption concepts and terms. 

The DaVinci Resolve 12.5.1 Update (DoddleNEWS)
Blackmagic Design adds more power and features to Resolve in 12.5.
 
Illustrated List of Icons & Alerts in FCP X

EQ: Warm a Voice, Improve Diction

Premiere Pro: Boost & Smooth Audio Levels

Caution! SSD Drives and Yosemite


View tutorials here

200: The Essential Sound Panel in Audition

Adobe Audition: Audio for Video Editors

198: New Features in Adobe Media Software

165: 3rd-Party Plugins for Final Cut Pro X


View all webinars here

Patrick Southern: The Rise of the Super Editor

Jonathan Handel: Trouble in Telemundo

Michael Kammes: Hollywood is Getting Behind in Tech
 
Ned Soltz: Can Vacation Photos Look Pro?

View all interviews here
 
 
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