August 12, 2010 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Agoura Hills, California - Larry Jordan, digital media analyst and world-renowned expert and teacher of Final Cut Studio, has just released the August edition of his free monthly Final Cut Studio newsletter. Published each month for the last six years, each issue is packed with valuable techniques, tips, product reviews, responses to reader questions and the latest industry news.
The August issue includes over 42 pages of information covering all aspects of Apple's Final Cut Studio. Each issue is designed to help editors get the most out of Final Cut.
"The Reader Mail for each issue is culled from hundreds of emails that I receive each month," said Larry Jordan, President of Larry Jordan & Associates, Inc. "Plus, after each issue is released, I update it with comments on the articles from reader's around the world. This makes reading the newsletter twice, first when it comes out, then again a few days later, a very valuable experience."Larry Jordan's Monthly Final Cut Newsletter is supplemented by weekly live webinars, providing on-going training on the latest technology surrounding Final Cut Studio. Lead Stories from the August Issue include:
* Thoughts on Working With Tapeless Media
* A Note on Naming Folders for Tapeless Media
* Technical Definition: Stuff
* A Great Way to Learn Something - Webinars
* Make Solid Objects Disappear With BCC Motion Key
* Product Review: iStorage Pro Tower 8 RAID
* Announcing the Larry Jordan Forums
* Thoughts on A New Way to Do Green-Screen Graphics
* Thoughts on 3D Video
* Tech Note: Computer Monitor Flashes Black
* Short takes on interesting stuff
* and Reader Mail
Larry Jordan & Associates, Inc. provides high-quality, engaging training and information covering video production and post-production for practicing professionals and students through a variety of media worldwide. The company was founded by Larry Jordan, an internationally-renowned digital media analyst, consultant, Apple-Certified trainer, and Final Cut Studio expert with over 30 years experience as a television producer, director and editor with national broadcast and corporate credits. He's a member of both the Directors Guild of America and the Producers Guild of America. Jordan is executive producer and host of three talk radio shows including the weekly industry-leading digital media podcast Creative Planet's Digital Production BuZZ; and Video Production Radio, a monthly audio podcast on WS Radio.