Yay! I have the results from our
this week! To refresh your memory, for the last two weeks I invited readers to email me their
interface suggestions for Premiere and Final Cut
. 53 of you did, generating more than 200 suggestions.
So, this week, I compiled them into two reports: one for
and the other for
. As well, yesterday, I sent personal editions to the development teams for both Premiere and Final Cut so they can add them to the mix as they plan their next versions.
These are my lead stories for this week - you are invited to add your voice in the comments section for each. There are a LOT of good ideas here.
As well, I have
two new videos
two new articles
editors. A positive cornucopia of goodies this week! One of the FCP X articles was suggested by
, asking how to dissolve between compound clips. You can't, but there's a workaround, which I explain this week.
Thinking of goodies, last week's webinar on
Clip Speed Changes
was very well received - in one video you can see and compare similar techniques for both Premiere and Final Cut. You'll find it posted to our Video Training Library and ready for
in our store.
Webinars are taking a break this week for two reasons: One, I can't think of anything to talk about and, two, I'm working on two big product reviews for next week and not doing a webinar allows me time to finish them. If you have suggestions for a webinar topic, please
email me here
Digital Production Buzz
is continuing to present really interesting content. This last week, we looked at the process of
. I especially want to mention the interview with
. He has about 20 network credits for editing docs. During our interview, we talked about how he organizes his media to edit an ever-evolving program. All the interviews on this show were good - but I really appreciated the technical details in
opened his annual survey of digital storage requirements and practices for media professionals. This annual survey is our best opportunity to tell storage vendors what we need from them in the coming months. The survey takes about seven minutes to complete and I recommend you share your thoughts.
Well, time for me to get back to work. I enjoy these visits and look forward to chatting again next week. In the meantime,