by Larry Jordan Select just one text clip in the timeline to use these… Here are some intriguing icons in the Essential Graphics panel that can simplify aligning text (even though two of them are wrong). After creating a text clip in the Timeline using the Text tool, select the clip. If you haven’t already, switch to […]Read more "Quickly Align Titles in Premiere Pro"
by Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com The new Loudness Meter provides very granular details on audio levels. New with the May, 2021, update to both Audition and Premiere Pro is the Loudness Meter; separate from the long-standing Loudness Radar. Here’s how the Meter works. Apply the Loudness Meter (Effects > Audio Effects > Special > Loudness […]Read more "New! The Loudness Meter in Premiere"
by Larry Jordan With the release of the March, 2021, update to Premiere Pro, Adobe introduced a new caption workflow. “Premiere Pro provides a comprehensive captions toolset that lets you create edit, stylize, and export captions and subtitles in all supported formats.” (Adobe Help) We can import existing captions or create new ones directly in Premiere. Captions […]Read more "Adobe’s New Caption Workflow for Premiere Pro 2021"
by Phil Cutting via Larry Jordan For years I suffered strange audio artifacts on music tracks imported for FCP. I assumed it was a damaged file until I noticed I had Fix Audio Problems checked in the Import Media window. As soon as I unchecked it, the problem went away! Larry adds: Good to know. As a general […]Read more "FCPX: How to Fix a Warbling Music Track"
by Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com You can also create custom effects in Motion, then make them the default in FCP X. If you find yourself using the same effect over and over again, here’s a fast way to turn it into a keyboard shortcut… Open the Effects browser. Control-click the effect you want to make your default […]Read more "Create a Default Effect in FCPX – FAST!"
by Larry Jordan Adobe’s Learn panel is refreshed with new Adobe training. Adobe continues to improve its training and tutorial access inside Premiere. If you haven’t seen what’s available lately, here’s where to look. At the top of the Premiere interface is the Learn workspace; or choose Window > Learn. Click it and a new panel appears on […]Read more "Adobe Beefs Up Learning Within Premiere"
by Larry Jordan Written by Larry Jordan, and guest contributors, these are free weekly newsletters. Short and tightly focused tips to help media creators become more efficient. Six different subjects, each published once a week, these Tip Letters contain three Inside Tips you can put to use now! Choose your subjects, then – POOF! – very cool tips drop into your […]Read more "“The Inside Tips”"
by Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com Image Capture is fast, secure, flexible… and free! In Larry Jordan’s weekly newsletter, he illustrated a process to quickly and securely transfer photos or video from an iPhone to a Mac using Image Capture. While many of us use AirDrop, Apple’s free utility, Image Capture, provides the following benefits: Faster file transfers due […]Read more "How To: Quickly Transfer iPhone Media"
by Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com Pricing is hard – but it isn’t cookie-cutter either. This article first appeared in MotionArray.com. This is an excerpt. Ask any freelancer what part of their job they hate the most and chances are a good chunk of them will point to the inescapable chore that is pricing. Pricing your own […]Read more "What Do I Charge? A 3-Step Pricing Formula for Videographers"
by Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com Final Cut now supports exporting multiple projects at the same time. One of the new features in the 10.4 update to Final Cut Pro X is the ability to export multiple projects at the same time. This is a feature I use regularly as I create excerpts from my weekly […]Read more "FCPX: How to Export Multiple Projects at Once"