Final Cut Pro has shaken up the video editing market once again with Final Cut Pro X. This latest version takes video editing in an entirely new direction and features a completely re-coded and re-designed infrastructure. New 64-bit processing, background rendering, and so many more new features create a powerful working environment, but many new and long time users will be starting from scratch in this overhaul. Work alongside Sam McGuire in this intensive training course to discover the power and limitations of Final Cut Pro X. To begin learning today, simply click on one of the movie links below.
In this workshop filmmaker, trainer, and author Maxim Jago presents a quick, easy-to-use guide for editors who want to make the transition from Avid Media Composer or Final Cut Pro to Adobe Premiere Pro, or even to move back and forth between applications. Premiere Pro CS6 supports roundtrip editing and offers great new features like dynamic trimming, the Warp Stabilizer, and Rolling Shutter Repair. And of course Premiere Pro makes it easy for you to harness the power of the entire Adobe Creative Suite to help you with everything from writing scripts and creating titles to capturing live video and tracking metadata.