October 15, 2007


Day one of the seminar looks at setting up and troubleshooting hardware, as well as how users can optimize their editing with Final Cut." The second day of the seminar focuses on "Mastering Final Cut Studio." Throughout the seminar, Jordan showcases Final Cut Studio 2, which includes Final Cut Pro 6, Motion 3, Compressor 3, DVD Studio Pro 4, Soundtrack Pro 2 and Color.

The four-hour "Setting Up & Troubleshooting Your Hardware" session covers the optimum computer configuration for Final Cut editing, choosing additional audio and video gear, selecting the right hard disk or RAID, optimizing  hardware and discovering the special challenges of working with HDV, among other topics.

"Optimize Your Editing with Final Cut" is also four hours and is specially designed for novice and self-taught Final Cut Pro users to help them get better organized and edit more efficiently.
"Mastering Final Cut Studio" is an eight-hour immersion that delves into Apple's new software, Color; audio mixing and improving the quality of projects in Soundtrack Pro 2; and new effects in Final Cut Pro 6 and Motion 3.

The "Optimizing Final Cut Studio" and "Pick the Right Hardware" sessions are priced at $119 each, or both for $219. "Mastering Final Cut Studio" is priced at $249 dollars. All three are priced at $449. Every seminar includes take-home workbooks and other valuable editing tools.

Upcoming dates include: Boston, October, 18th & 19th; Washington, DC, October 22nd & 23rd; Miami, October 26th & 27th; and Los Angeles, November 1st & 2nd.