All kinds of goodies for you this week, including interviews, news, and articles covering Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro CC, Motion, and QuickTime.
Let's see, where to start? Ah. This year marks the 25th anniversary of
, which began life on Windows as "Cool Edit." A couple of weeks ago, I was interviewed by
, Creative Director for Music Radio Creative, as part of a series of podcasts on how Audition is used in the real world. It was a fun, 30-minute interview. You can
listen to it here
Thanks, Mike, for the opportunity.
Luca Visual FX
, wrote me with the news that they recently released a new product called "
Mystery and Suspense
" music and sound library. It includes over 500 music atmospheres, themes and sound effects designed to create a great range of soundscapes and atmospheres.
His idea was to allow video editors to choose or even create/mix music and soundscapes from a single pack without having to buy individual scores or sound effects packs every so often.
Here's a link
to his web page.
Last week's webinar looked at
(also called "chroma-keys") in both
Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Apple Final Cut Pro X
. As I was editing these, I realized it made the most sense to divide these into two separate programs; which I did. And, this week only,
! There's good stuff in each of these.
Here's the link
here's the link
This week's webinar looks at the role of
Roles in FCP X
. Roles have continued to grow in power and flexibility since they were first released. In looking over my past webinars, the last time I covered these was almost five years ago. A lot has changed since then. So, this week, we'll take an updated look at how Roles work. As always, registration for our live events is
. Learn more and
sign up here
Thinking of webinars reminds me that I have
four new articles
this week: one each for Motion, Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro CC, and QuickTime Player. You'll find all the links below in the Articles section.
Before I leave, I want to mention the
Digital Production Buzz
. Last week's show included two reports about
, one of which was from
, a developer from OWC attending WWDC. Then, we looked at collaboration tools from
If you find yourself increasingly working as part of an editorial team, you'll want to listen to this show. There are a lot of solid tools out there than can make team work a lot easier.
Listen to the show here
Well, that's about it for this week. I'm always looking for new ideas for webinars, feel free to
with suggestions. In fact, feel free to suggest other articles you'd like to see me write. Ideas are always welcome.
I look forward to chatting with you next week. Until then,