Pinnacle Studio Ultimate 22.214.171.1247 Win
Pinnacle Studio Ultimate 126.96.36.1997 Win
Final Cut Pro X 10.3.3 Mac OSX
Corel VideoStudio Ultimate X9 188.8.131.52 Special Edition
Learn by Video – Make Your First Video with iMovie 11
Corel Video Studio x8 v184.108.40.206 x64 Win
Avid Media Composer 8.2.1
Avid Media Composer & Symphony 6.0 Win/Mac
The Foundry NukeX Ver 6.0 v7 x32Bit & x64Bit
Final Cut Pro 7 with video training
With all the advancements in Final Cut Pro 7, there are now even more reasons why it’s the first choice of professional editors. Powerful new features and time-saving improvements help you work faster than ever. Whether you’re working solo or collaborating with a team, Final Cut Pro 7 gives you more creative options and technical control.
1. Final Cut Pro 7
Expanded ProRes family
ProRes is an Apple codec that allows you to edit at HD quality with SD file sizes. In addition to the original ProRes 422 and ProRes 422 (HQ) versions, Apple now offers three new ProRes versions, ranging from an efficient proxy version for use on notebook computers to a high-quality version for use in compositing
Broad format support
Final Cut Pro 7 lets you edit natively in almost any format across the full spectrum of tape and file-based media. You can even mix and match formats and frame rates in the Timeline, including any of the five versions of Apple ProRes.
New collaboration tools make it easy to work with clients and colleagues, whether they’re across the hall or on the other side of the world. Discuss the edit in real time with iChat Theater, instantly post video to the web, or use Final Cut Server for effortless asset sharing and automated review and approval.
Comprehensive editing tools
Work quickly using a complete set of professional editing and trimming tools, with a full range of customization options for flexibility and control. Numerous interface improvements, including enhanced markers and tabs, help speed your work.
Incredible effects and transitions
Final Cut Pro 7 offers real-time performance for more than 150 filters and effects as well as for multistream video. New speed change tools and expanded support for Alpha transitions offer even more options. Use the SmoothCam feature to stabilize shaky shots while preserving standard camera moves.
Open, extensible architecture
Open standards such as QuickTime and FxPlug encourage interoperability with a host of third-party tools. Build a custom facilitywide solution around Final Cut Pro using its updated open, standards-based XML interchange forma
Digital cinema workflows
Featuring deeper integration with Color, Final Cut Pro 7 is ideal for digital intermediate workflows for projects shot on film, as well as cutting-edge workflows for video from high-resolution cameras such as the RED ONE. Improved relinking with Cinema Tools 4.5 allows you to produce change lists and edit lists with confidence
2. Lynda.com Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training DVD
Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training demonstrates why Final Cut Pro is the primary tool for professional video editors. It gives users access to nonlinear editing workflows, collaboration features, and creative tools. Apple Certified instructor Abba Shapiro teaches the core features and tools that will take a hodgepodge of video clips and turn them into a finished project. He moves through the entire process, from selecting and refining the best takes to building a story. Using advanced editing techniques, he shows how to refine that story into a tight and effective show. Abba covers all the steps needed to get up and running, cut a story, mix audio, and deliver a final project. Exercise files accompany the course.
Vtc Complet Shake 4.1 Tutors
Welcome to VTC’s tutorial on Shake 4. My name is Kalika Kharkar. In this course, we will cover the new features in Shake 4, the system requirements and an introduction to nodes. In the orientation section, we will learn how to open Shake for the first time. The Viewer, Tool Tabs, and Node View, the parameters, the Color Picker, Pixel Analyzer, and time Bar, the Curve Editor, Audio Panel, and time View, and the Command Line, Help, Title Bar, and Top Menus. Using the interface: here we will learn how to view images, how to use the Nodework Space, working with parameters and globals, how to view channels and compare buffers, and navigation and keyboard shortcuts. In the section on File In and File Browser, we’ll learn how to use the File In Node, using the browser, importing different file formats, how to replace footage, and basic retiming with the File In.