Hmm... I just looked at the calendar and it's about two weeks till Christmas. I should start thinking about my Christmas shopping. On the other hand, for the last 30 years I tend to shop on Christmas eve, so perhaps I'm being overly hasty.
I have articles and video on
this week. Thinking of Final Cut, I thought I knew pretty much everything about FCP X - and you KNOW when someone says that in a script, chaos is about to break loose - so this week I surprised myself by discovering something I never knew:
. It's my lead story this week.
Then, our webinar last week introducing all the basic operations of
Adobe Media Encoder
was especially well-received, so I posted two excerpts from it this week. And the two iPhone stores revolve around using the iPhone for movie-making.
I really enjoy talking about
. We spend untold months writing, filming and editing our projects. Then, at the last possible second, we click "Compress" and
that everything turns out right. There's no reason for this blind leap. Last week's webinar will help make your projects look lovely! Download a
Thinking of webinars, this week I'm covering
Cut. I looked in my notes and discovered the last time I talked about this was almost two years ago. It's time to take another look at keys and masking in both applications. This is a great chance for you to compare the two tools and see which would work best for your projects.
Also, this Wednesday will be our
before the holidays. Webinars will resume
Wednesday, January 3, 2018
, (which feels quite strange to write). And, because my teaching schedule changes next semester, I'm reverting back to my traditional two-webinars-in-a-day presentation. I always find that doing these twice improves the final results.
Don't forget to listen to the
Digital Production Buzz
- last week, we looked at some
interesting audio gear
as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the redesign of our sister website:
I look forward to chatting with you next week. In the meantime,