by Larry Jordan What Are “The Inside Tips?” Curated by Larry Jordan, these are free newsletters, short and tightly focused on media creators, to help you become more efficient. Published once or twice each week, each “Tip Letter” contains three or more Inside Tips you can put to use immediately! Choose your subjects, then – POOF! – Larry drops some […]Read more "‘The Inside Tips’ by Larry Jordan"
by Larry Jordan – https://LarryJordan.com Most of the time, Premiere preference files are fine. Until… Most of the time, Premiere’s preference files don’t break. But… every so often, things in the application start to go… awry. When that happens: Quit Premiere. Then, restart the application pressing Shift + Option as it launches. (Windows: Shift + Alt). You can […]Read more "How to Delete Premiere Preference Files"
by Larry Jordan Create a Hold Frame: A Sneaky Tip to Extend Your Video Software: Apple FCP X Sometimes there are instances when you need a bit more video in your project but there are not enough handles on a particular clip to give you what you need. If the video is stationary at the […]Read more "Larry Jordan’s Tip of the Day"
by Larry Jordan Protect Your Business – and Reputation Larry’s lead article this week explains what happened in more detail – and more importantly what he did to stop it. In this article, Larry also provide links for you to learn more. If you are running your own business, with your own email and website, you need to […]Read more "OMG, Someone is Hijacking My Email!"
by Larry Jordan Adobe Premiere Pro CC supports four codecs for HDR output: H.264 HEVC JPEG 2000 XAVC-Intra However, there’s nothing online about HOW to export these and retain the high dynamic range images. Recently, in talking with Adobe, I discovered they have an unpublished guide to exporting and compressing HDR media. I was given permission to […]Read more "Adobe Premiere Pro CC: HDR Compression Guide"
by Larry Jordan With the release of macOS Mojave (10.14), Apple is continuing its conversion to 64-bit applications that it first began many years ago. In the next major version of macOS after Mojave, this conversion will affect media which relies on older 32-bit codecs. We are all used to applications which may not be compatible […]Read more "Don’t Lose Access to Older Media in macOS"
by Larry Jordan With the release of macOS Mojave (10.14), Apple is continuing its conversion to 64-bit applications that it first began many years ago. In the next major version of macOS afterMojave, this conversion will affect media which relies on older 32-bit codecs. We are all used to applications which may not be compatible with […]Read more "Don’t Lose Access to Older Media in macOS"