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Edit Well Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 11

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Edit Well Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 11

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  • Copyright 2008
  • Pages: 35
  • Edition: 1st
  • Book
  • ISBN-10: 0-321-55540-6
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-321-55540-3

Edit Well is the first rich-media newsletter for Final Cut Studio created for pros like you!

Brought to you by Peachpit in collaboration with author and Apple-Certified Trainer Larry Jordan, Edit Well is an authoritative, in-depth resource for Final Cut Studio users.

Edit Well  brings you:

  • Video tutorials to help you maximize your Final Cut Studio skills
  • Audio interviews with Apple product managers, Final Cut Studio editors, and other industry leaders
  • In-depth guidance and tips for the intermediate and advanced user
  • Original cutting-edge articles written by Final Cut Studio experts
  • A chance to interact with the experts through reader polls, online feedback forums, and reader mail
  • Timely, insider information that can be found nowhere else!


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Sample Content

Table of Contents

Features
• My Story: An Archiving Solution for Final Cut Studio, by Bryan Peel
• Blu-ray Encoding in Final Cut Studio 2, by Brian Gary
• Customizing the Final Cut Pro Interface, by Kevin Shea
• Picking the Right Effect in Final Cut Pro 6, by Tom Wolsky
• Drawing Shadows in Color, by Alexis Van Hurkman

Departments
• Editor's Notes
• About Our Contributors
• Video Tutorial: Learn how to work in 3D in Motion 3
• Exclusive Audio Profile: Paul Kelleher creates demo reels for actors
• Exclusive Audio: Connie Simmons discusses the challenges of editing video about art for PBS
• Exclusive Audio Profile: Bonnie Ernst explains her transition from shooting/editing to running her own company

Sidebars
• Notes on Archiving
• Blu-Ray Encoded Disc Types
• The Button List
• Why Did Apple Move the FxPlug Filters into FCP?

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