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Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training: Transcribing into markers By Abba Shapiro In this clip, host Abba Shapiro shows how to transcribe narration or interviews into markers. He shows how to control Final Cut behind the Edit marker so he can type in the interview information, transcribing into markers. ...Read More »
Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training: Snapping and Markers By Abba Shapiro Another great use of markers is being able to be precise in matching a video event with that of an audio event. In this clip, host Abba Shapiro shows how to use snapping and markers to match audio with video. ...Read More »
Shine in Vegas Pro By Jeffrey P. Fisher Confession time. This tutorial's subject remains one of my favorite effects to use with titles. The essential look is to animate a light streak that travels across the surface of the title. You've seen this a million+ times, yet it's still an effective way to add a touch of pizzazz to otherwise static graphics. ...Read More »
Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training: Moving markers By Abba Shapiro In this clip, host Abba Shapiro specifies how precisely move markers to where you want them to be. He details several ways to move them, the first of which is numerically via the Edit Marker window, (which was the procedure to move markers in Final Cut Pro 1-6) as well as dragging them on the Timeline via the command key and dragging them on the Timeline, new in version 7. He also details how to remove markers from the Timeline. ...Read More »
Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training: Markers in use By Abba Shapiro In this clip, host Abba Shapiro specifies what each marker is supposed to be used for, such as color correction, fixing a shot, adding a title graphic . He details a shortcut on how to open up a marker, how to modify a marker, and change the color of the marker. ...Read More »
Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training: Markers By Abba Shapiro In this clip, host Abba Shapiro explains how to work with markers in Final Cut Pro 7. He explains what a marker is and why you would use it. A marker is a way that you can write a note to yourself when you are editing. He shows how to make a marker as well as how to modify a marker. He then looks at markers in a bit more detail, including how to add chapter markers, compression markers and Scoring markers, and what they do. ...Read More »
Make a Video Presentation from PowerPoint By WIKI Video presentation has been widely used among every aspect of farm management and operation. So make a nice video presentation from PowerPoint to showcase your farm. ...Read More »
Logic Pro 9 New Features: Flex Tips By Damian Allen In this clip, host Damian Allen details some quick tips using the Flex feature, including time stretching an entire audio region, aligning a flex marker in your current track using transient markers from another track, and more. ...Read More »
How to Convert MPEG to DVD on Mac OS X By WIKI This step-to-step guide helps you to convert MPEG file to DVD on Mac and the output files can be played on a TV or on portable and home DVD players. ...Read More »
Logic Pro 9 New Features: Creating a Flex Marker By Damian Allen In this clip, host Damian Allen details how to create a custom Flex Marker. He discusses how a clip has a second vocal trill after a first trill but Logic detected no transients in that area on the timeline. He then moves the playhead to the half beat to act as a guide for the alignment. ...Read More »
Adobe After Effects CS4 Essential Training: Colorizing black and white objects By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins discusses how to colorize black and white objects, footage, and effects. He covers hue, saturation, and lightness. He applies tint to the footage to remap white to a color and black to another color. He also works with tri-tone, which enables you to map the midtones; color balance to colorize an object that has a lot of gray in an image. ...Read More »
How to Burn JVC MOD videos to DVD on the Mac By WIKI So anyone who has purchased a JVC Everio HDD video camera has probably learned that they chose to use some god forsaken proprietary video format the .MOD extension. Many people would be happy with the .MOD file format if the software that came with the JVC Everio actually worked, and they have to seek converter software to convert MOD files to AVI, MPEG, RM, etc in order to playback and edit the videos they record. However, the conversion is actually unnecessary. ...Read More »
Adobe After Effects CS4 Essential Training: Luminance Correction By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins looks at how to correct luminance, or brightness problems in your footage. He shows you the color corrections panel and discusses the auto levels and other auto effects, but also works in the levels effect, detailing the histogram which shows what is going on in your image, shadow areas, mid tones and highlights of the histogram. ...Read More »
Logic Pro 9 New Features: The Flex Tool By Damian Allen In this clip, host Damian Allen takes a look at Flex Editing in Logic Pro 9, a featur similar in functionality to elastic audio in other applications. He details two ways of working the Flex System, using the Flex tool, or the Flex View. He starts this lesson by looking at the Flex Tool. ...Read More »
Adobe After Effects CS4 Essential Training: Slowing down and speeding up video By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins covers the task of slowing down and speeding up video. He details how to slow down video footage and work with the stretch values in a clip, which expands the duration of the clip, or shortens the duration of the clip. He also works in the Time/Stretch dialog box, and the Time Warp effect as well. ...Read More »
How to Share your PowerPoint Presentations in Multiple Ways By WIKI Many of us make PowerPoint presentations, no matter it is for family use, business use or education use. But not lots of us know that there are multiple ways to share PowerPoint presentations. The most common way to send presentations to others may through email or put it on a server somewhere for access. You may also package your presentation to CD for the members using PowerPoint viewer only. ...Read More »
Adobe After Effects CS4 Essential Training: Splitting a Layer By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins details how to split a layer, cutting a video clip or any layer to different pieces, which is especially helpful when using B-roll footage. ...Read More »
Adobe After Effects CS4 Essential Training: Splitting a Layer By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins details how to split a layer, cutting a video clip or any layer to different pieces, which is especially helpful when using B-roll footage. ...Read More »
Slow, Fast, Reverse, and Freeze Motion in Sony Vegas Pro By Jeffrey P. Fisher Changing the playback speed of video clips is a versatile way to either condense or extend them. You can accelerate sequences to show more in less time and you can slow down a section to reveal more detail. Even slight increases or decreases can be useful, such as slightly slowing down a clip to make a pan seem smoother or to lengthen a stock footage clip to fill a specific duration. ...Read More »
Adobe After Effects CS4 Essential Training: Applying video transitions By Chad Perkins In this clip, host Chad Perkins shows how to apply video transitions in After Effects, which is a bit more complicated than applying video transitions in a video editing application. He shows the transitions category in After EFfects, and details how most transitions work in After Effects, detailing the parameters and transition completion, wide angle, feathering the edge, and so on. ...Read More »
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