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Date: 2009-09-17
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Basic Training for Final Cut Studio 2: Optimizing your system
Setting your Mac up for the best performance
In this clip, host Tom Wolsky details how to set up your Mac to efficiently work in Final Cut Pro. He shows how to make changes in the system preferences, how to turn off Dashboard and Expose, switch off the mouse button, and how to setup the keyboard and mouse. He also discusses F keys for those working on a MacBook Pro.
Production Assistant for Sony Vegas Pro: From a Final Cut Pro User's Perspective
Sony Creative Software introduced Production Assistant for Vegas Pro as a way to streamline post-production, and I have to say, it's a terrific plug-in, created along with VASST. As a Final Cut Pro editor, I take a different look at the software, and I also discuss Vegas Pro version 9.

How to Make a Flash Banner for Webpage
In this flash banner tutorial, you will see how to make flash banner for webpage step by step. It is very easy to make it and you don't have to use Action Script or any other Adobe Flash Skills. Just same digital photos and a flash slideshow creator software.
Apple's Color 1.5
As everyone knows, the inclusion of FinalTouch (renamed Color by Apple) into Final Cut Studio 2 was shocking. A few months before Apple announced it, I looked at purchasing FinalTouch as a separate, stand alone application for a post facility I was working for.
Complete Training for Episode and Episode Pro: Video and audio preprocessing
In this clip, you will learn how to use filters intelligently in Episode. Host Nate Caplin takes a look at video and audio preprocessing, a key aspect in getting quality output. He takes a look at some of the sample files and opens a few to show how you can apply Episode Pro filters to tweak clips that have artifacts and other issues. He shows how to apply compression settings as well.
Statistics that have DAM Meaning
While each customer will use DAM and judge its overall effectiveness differently, threads exist which can be measured
We probably have baseball and The Sporting News to thank for the proliferation of statistics in all sports. Yet, Mark Twain once said there are lies, damned lies and statistics. Of course, he was speaking about to the persuasive power of numbers and about how people will either promote or ignore statistics based entirely on whether or not they support a position. This truth is the reason many baseball arguments have never been settled.

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