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FCP X: Create a Hold Frame [video]

A short video tutorial illustrating how to create a “Hold” frame in Final Cut Pro X and how they are different – and in many ways better – than a traditional freeze frame. Continue reading

Video Compression Speed Test

An image comparison and speed test between Apple Compressor 4.1.2 and Adobe Media Encoder CC (2014) Continue reading

FCP X: Still Images and Frame Rates

A detailed explanation of setting frame rates for still images in Final Cut Pro X. Continue reading

FCP X: SliceX and TrackX [video]

A video tutorial on the amazing SliceX and TrackX, published by Coremelt. Continue reading

FCP X 10.1: Create Freeze Frames

A detailed tutorial on how to create Hold frames and freeze frames during video editing in Final Cut Pro X 10.1.x. Continue reading

Photoshop: Open and Edit Video [video]

A short video training illustrating how to open, adjust, and export video from Adobe Photoshop CC. Continue reading

FCP X: Library Properties [ video ]

A short video tutorial explaining what the new Library Properties panel does in Final Cut Pro X and how it works. Continue reading

FCP X: Display Log C Files as Rec. 709.

A discussion and step-by-step example of what Log C files are and how to change their look, quickly and easily, to Rec. 709 in Final Cut Pro X. Continue reading

Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Mask and Track [video]

A short video tutorial illustrating how to use the new “Mask and Track” feature in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2014) to mask someone’s identity. Continue reading

FCP X (10.1.2): New Keyframe Behavior [u]

A detailed look at the new keyframe behavior in Final Cut Pro X v.10.1.2; illustrated by creating a move on a still image. Continue reading

FCP X: Those Strange Yellow Dots

An explanation of the “strange yellow dots” that appear in certain selected transitions inside Final Cut Pro X. Continue reading

Motion: Animate a Dotted Line [video]

In this short video tutorial, watch as Larry Jordan shows how to create and animate a dotted line in Motion 5. This is the perfect technique to use to illustrate a path across a map. Continue reading


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