Whoa!!! I just looked at the calendar and realized that Christmas is 20 days away! Less than 3 weeks? What happened to October and November??? Sheesh... time didn't just fly, it evaporated.
I have EIGHT! new articles this week. Some weeks, I'm struggling for an idea. This week, I had more than I could use and rolled three over till next week.
The most immediate news is that Apple updated Final Cut to
. This update is all minor bug fixes - unless you were caught by the bug - with no new features added. Neither Motion or Compressor were updated.
Adobe Media Encoder has a VERY cool new feature called "
," which automatically combines multiple movies into one. One of this week's video tutorials explains how this works. If you need to integrate multiple elements into a compressed video, this can save you a lot of time.
Several new products were announced this week:
FinderCat, from Intelligent Assistance, new ways to archive from
Digital Bedrock, and a new image stabilizer from
CrumblePop. I have articles on all of them.
Plus, I have news on
archiving FCP X libraries using Time Machine and an extremely useful utility in Adobe Audition that fixes audio that was recorded too loudly.
Last week, the
Digital Production Buzz
dedicated the show to plug-ins. We heard from
; as well as favorite audio plug-ins from
. This is a fun show to listen to - and remember, as always, if you are in a hurry, you can skim the
written show transcript
, courtesy of
My webinar this week is one of my favorites: "
Ask Larry Anything
!" Bring your hardest questions and, together, we'll see if we can find the answers. (But, um, if it is REALLY hard,
email me your question
first, so I have time to do some research...!) As always, registration is free - but we only have 200 seats,
so sign up today
If you haven't joined us for a webinar, give it a try this week. I'd love to see you there. In the meantime, edit well.