Monday, June 6, 2011

Discover Final Cut Pro X with Larry Jordan!

Discover Final Cut Pro X with Larry Jordan!: "
If you wonder what does Final Cut Pro X really do and when you should upgrade you might want to check out the live seminar by Larry Jordan. The event will take place on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 and it will be an all-day training seminar on the new Final Cut Pro X. You will be able to get your questions on FCP X answered and discover for yourself whether the suite is right for you. The seminar will take place at the Pickwick Gardens Conference Center, 1001 West Riverside Drive, Burbank, CA 91506. If you attend you will be able to meet key companies in the Final Cut Pro community, each showcasing demos and products for the new software, with people to answer your questions. There will also be the possibility to talk with them one-on-one during the event and learn what their plans are for the new version.
The registration for the event costs $129 for the entire day - for more info on reservations, refunds, etc. go follow this link.
Below you'll find the agenda of the seminar (might be subject to change after Apple releases the new version of Final Cut Pro):
8:30 AM: Doors open - visit company booths and discover new products
9:30 AM: Larry Jordan Training Session #1
11:30 PM: LUNCH -- Lead Sponsor stage presentations
1:00 PM: Larry Jordan Training Session #2
2:45 PM: Break - More company conversations
3:30 PM: Larry Jordan Training Session #3
5:00 PM: Final conversations, questions, and answers
5:30 PM: End of day
Doors open: 8:30 AM
Seminar starts: 9:30 AM
You can also check out two videos with Larry (below).

In this Final Cut webinar preview, Larry Jordan says that, although we don’t yet know all the answers, Apple has provided a roadmap of where they are heading. So, he thought it would be useful to reflect on what Apple has told us so far so that we can begin to plan how and when to make the conversion to the new version when it become available.

In this micro Final Cut tutorial Larry answers the question, “Under the system setting/playback control tab, the frame offset confuses me sometimes. Help!”.
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