Learn the basics of FCPX for free.

Im a video professional, and as part of my work I spend a lot of time training people and companies in different tools.  In 2015 I’ve been fortunate o train people at MGM grand Resorts International, Kohls, Wells Fargo, TMJ-4 Milwaukee, Jockey International and a few others.

I’m in the process of developing some great classes for professionals but in the meantime, I wanted to release a bunch of tutorials to get people up and running with FCPX.

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Video review of Atomos Assassin

Recently I just posted about the Atomos Assassin and some topics about it. However nothing beats seeing it in action.  Because this video is pretty comprehensive in all the topics it covers, I’ve provided links to jump to that particular section of the video. So far having the assassin for 1 week has changed the way I shoot and quality of work I can create.

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Review of the 4k Atomos Assassin

4k is here to stay

Technology is always improving and it wasn’t long ago the the leap to HD from SD was made.  While HD may be here for a few years yet, inevitably  more content will move into larger resolutions. The newest standard to become more adapted is 4K. As such more cameras and televisions are supporting 4k content creation and display. That where the Atomos Assassin comes in.

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Big promises from Premiere Clip, but does it deliver?

As many of you know Adobe Max is happening on Oct 6th, and with it is plenty of new features and updates to Adobe’s line of video applications. While updates are always great in terms of making products work better and fix bugs there’s a couple of brand new offerings available that extend into the world of mobile where the first time I fee like I’m one step closer to editing while on the beach in Cancun.

I’m going to start with what sounds like the best part (for me as a video guy) and  talk about Adobe premiere Clip.
Premiere Clip

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The secrets to learning Video Production/ Animation

As someone who teaches some concepts in production/animation I thought I would put together a little something about the learning process and my particular views in some of the industry right now.
This originally started as an email to someone looking to learn more about animation and the video programs offered in Adobe Creative Cloud but it can really be applied to alot of things.   Just replace the jargon with your own industry terms.

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