This week's webinar on Wednesday covers effects in Adobe Premiere Pro. This was originally scheduled for December, but I needed to postpone it. If you registered for this in December, you are still on the list. As always, registration to my live events is free.
This week, I have highlights from last week's Final Cut webinar, plus four articles. The first tutorial illustrates how to preserve your projects - in either Final Cut or Premiere - for the long-term using XML exports. While project files are proprietary, XML files are not. They are ideal for archiving or transferring media files between applications. As well, I've updated two earlier tutorials illustrating how to move projects from Final Cut to Premiere, or sequences from Premiere to Final Cut. You'll find both of these in the Articles section, below.
A very cool feature, that I rediscovered as I was researching last week's webinar, is the Comparison Viewer in Final Cut. This provides an easy way to match and compare shots during color grading to maintain image consistency during a scene. It, too, is in the Articles section below.
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The new year has begun, but the old year is having a hard time letting go. It's clear we still have a lot of work to do to get back to "normal." But, while things may be dark now, I truly believe better days are ahead. It just takes patience and hard work.
Until next Monday, stay safe and stay healthy - and edit well!