Learning Apple Final Cut Pro X [Download]

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Learning Apple Final Cut Pro X [Download]

Learning Apple Final Cut Pro X [Download]

  • Reduce learning time by 80%. Learn from a professional trainer from your own desk.
  • Visual training method, offering users increased retention and accelerated learning.
  • Breaks even the most complex applications down into simplistic steps
  • Ideal for users who prefer to learn visually
  • Easy to follow step-by-step lessons, ideal for all

Number of Videos: 142 Lessons – 10.5 Hours Duration
User Level: Beginners
Works On: Windows 7,Vista,XP- Mac OS X

In this video training course for Final Cut Pro X, expert author Andy Anderson introduces you to this latest version of the popular video editing software from Apple. Whether you are a pro transitioning to FCP X, or a beginner who just wants to put together clips of your children, this video tutorial will teach you how to do that! Starting with the very basics – setting up your preferences. From there, you will cover topic like organising and planning your projects, importing your source material, and setting up your project. You will then jump the the heart of the matter – editing. Ripple edits, replace editing, three-point edits, even editing and managing your audio – you will learn it all. Andy then brings the fun with transitions, filters and matts. You will create titles, and add text and even animations to your video. A close look at colour management

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Adobe Photoshop CS5 [Mac] [Old Version]

Adobe Photoshop CS5 [Mac] [Old Version]

  • Create the stunning images you envision with Adobe Photoshop CS5 software, the professional industry standard for digital image editing.
  • Use comprehensive, state-of-the-art tools for outstanding image manipulation and superior compositing.
  • Combine multiple shots into stunning high dynamic range images and beautiful panoramas.
  • Use new tools that let you paint with realistic effects and easily select intricate image content, such as hair.
  • Edit nondestructively and take advantage of superior raw processing; remove noise, add grain, create post-crop vignettes, and more. Remove image elements and see the space fill in like magic.

Expand your creative possibilities and turn your vision into reality with the comprehensive, state-of-the-art image editing tools in Photoshop CS5. Manipulate images with pixel-level precision and control. Create dazzling image composites, beautiful panoramas, and stunning high dynamic range images. Move, warp, or stretch any part of an image, or remove image elements and see the space fill in like magic. Do it all faster and more efficiently with 64-bit cross-platform support and more GPU-accelerated features.Expand your creative possibilities and turn your vision into reality with the comprehensive, state-of-the-art image editing tools in Photoshop CS5. Manipulate images with pixel-level precision and control. Create dazzling image composites, beautiful panoramas, and stunning high dynamic range images. Move, warp, or stretch any part of an image, or remove image elements and see the space fill in like magic. Do it all faster and more efficiently with 64-bit cross-platform support an

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7 thoughts on “Learning Apple Final Cut Pro X [Download]

  1. 36 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    CS5 rocks my boat!, July 25, 2010
    By 
    J. Omohundro (Colorado) –
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    This review is from: Adobe Photoshop CS5 [Mac] [Old Version] (Software)

    I’ve been using Photoshop Elements for a few years now, and it was okay, but I upgraded my camera a year ago and started using Adobe Lightroom (another product that rocks my boat!), and I wanted to use a product that was well-integrated with Lightroom; Elements just wasn’t there. Enter CS5.

    I forgot to mention, too, that I recently made the switch to a Mac at home, so I needed to buy new licenses for everything anyhow. Not only was I looking for a photo editor and a DAM (digital asset manager) tool, I needed a panorama stitcher and an HDR tool. Lightroom is taking care of DAM, and CS5 is taking care of the rest.

    PRO’s:
    * Everything is integrated under one roof for me — basic image editing, HDR, panorama generation.

    * If you have used Elements in the past, you already know part of the program…stuff is basically in the same places, and there’s more features to do almost anything imaginable.

    * Content-aware fill is almost unbelievable!

    CON’s:
    * Price. Even at Amazon’s lower price, it ain’t chump change.

    * Learning curve. Even though I’ve used Elements for a while, there is so much to this program that I need to learn. Guess I better buy some books from Amazon and get cranking!

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  2. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    51 of 62 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Artist beware…, September 14, 2010
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    This review is from: Adobe Photoshop CS5 [Mac] [Old Version] (Software)

    This is a lovely piece of software. It’s got some great new features, there’s no new interface to learn, and it can switch between 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Granted, this is a major pain when you have the audacity to want to add some lighting effects and have to close the program down, adjust the settings to 32-bit, then restart it and do what you want to do, before closing it, resetting it to 64-bit, and getting back to what you were doing.

    So why, aside from those irritations, am I giving a program with 4-5 star features a paltry 2 stars? (4-5 star functionality, I should note, for my PERSONAL needs. There are scads of problems with CS5 borking printer and scanner drivers, and producing inconsistent prints that are simply unacceptable for those who do lots of printing work. I don’t. Your needs and mileage may vary.)

    Because even though it is a Mac program, it doesn’t really play nice with Macs. At least, it doesn’t play nice with NEW Macs. So, with that in mind…

    A WORD OF WARNING — do NOT upgrade yet if you have a computer that uses an i-Series processor! There are known incompatibilities between this processor series and CS5, which the latest patch/update has done NOTHING to fix (though it did smarten up the ridiculously laggy Liquify tool a little). I have a 2.66GHz MacBook Pro with an i7 processor and 4GB of RAM, with Photoshop being given a separate 1TB scratch disk. There is no reason why this system should not be able to handle a program like Photoshop CS5, especially when it’s the only program running save for iTunes and Safari. AND YET…

    Every. time. I use CS5, it ends up lagging not only Photoshop, but EVERY other program on my computer, necessitating mass Force Quits and a complete restart (sometimes cold, because the system refuses to respond to anything else). “It might be something else!” I hear you cry. Well, this ONLY happens when Photoshop CS5 is running. It does not happen at any other point; the system handles beautifully, so long as CS5 is not involved.

    Unfortunately, Adobe is not exactly fast about getting this compatibility issue fixed. I would recommend that users with i-Series processors hold off on this upgrade until the company actually does something about it; CS3 was really the last build that worked on an i-Series processor without a host of issues. It has, however, been reported to work fine on the Core 2 Duo machines of builds past, so it may be worth a try there.

    But if you have an i-Series, I strongly recommend you obtain a trial version of the software first, to see if the (absurdly) high price tag is still acceptable given the low performance.

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  3. stem
    The manufacturer commented on this review(What’s this?)
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    Dec 7, 2010 6:07:36 PM PST

    Julianna,

    Again, we’re not aware of any issues with i7 processors. The issue you describe is usually caused by bad fonts and font caches and is solved by clearing all the system level font caches.

    Please make sure you have the latest OS X update (10.6.5 – released November 10, 2010) and the latest Photoshop CS5 update (12.0.2 – released December 5, 2010). Both are free updates and contain code changes which may help your situation.

    Cheers,

    Jeff Tranberry

     
  4. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    25 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not compatible with Mac Snow Leopard, December 20, 2010
    By 
    Mandon Gale (TX) –

    This review is from: Adobe Photoshop CS5 [Mac] [Old Version] (Software)

    I had my Snow Leopard system installed by Apple. I have successfuly installed every program on my computer until I got to Photoshop CS5. With PS CS5 I got an error message saying “Installation to case-sensitive drives is not supported.” I contacted Adobe support who knew nothing about this and said the problem was with Mac and that I needed to contact Apple. So basically “Photoshop CS5 for Mac” is not compatible with Mac. I contacted Apple customer support and talked to a helpful technician who basically had to go on to Adobe’s site and forum boards (where this is apparently a very common problem). It is astonishingly unbelievable that I got better Adobe customer support from Apple than I did from Adobe.

    After repairing permissions etc., the Apple technician determined the problem with the installation is sloppy scripting from Adobe programmers. The only workarounds are to completely reformat my hard drive and make it case-insensitive (which is not how it came) or to do what some kid did which is write a scripting program that changes the Access File Log’s capital letters to lower case. This is a little over my head, but the Apple technician said to call Adobe and see if they could help me with that. They couldn’t.

    All in all, I paid several hundred dollars for a program that doesn’t work on new Mac Book Pro and for a company that pushes away its customer support to Apple, who seemed remarkably 100 times more qualified to diagnose Adobe’s scripting problems than Adobe itself.

    It is unconscionable that Adobe Photoshop cannot provide support for its own product. Like I told the Adobe rep., I have installed a lot of professional grade software on my Mac without encountering ANY problems and the fact that the only problem I have is with Adobe Photoshop seems to indicate the problem is with Adobe and not Mac. Nevertheless, he told me my only solution was to contact Apple.

    What a waste of money and time. Time to move on to Aperture.

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  5. stem
    The manufacturer commented on this review(What’s this?)
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    Dec 28, 2010 9:51:05 PM PST

    Mandon,

    Sorry you received misinformation from our support. Photoshop is compatible with Snow Leopard. We just do not support Case Sensitive file systems, so the warning you received is accurate:

    http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/404/kb404473.html

    This is intentional because of limitations within the OS for API that Photoshop requires. Additional details from one of our engineers here:

    http://forums.adobe.com/message/2993792#2993792

    You can install Photoshop onto HFS+ or HFSJ non-case-sensitive drives (the default drive set-up for Apple computers). If you absolutely require a case-sensitive drive, I can help facilitate a refund. jtranber at adobe dot com.

    Regards,

    Jeffrey Tranberry
    Adobe Systems, Product Manager, Customer Advocacy – Digital Imaging

     

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