In this tutorial I’ll show you how to import media into FCPX and how to work with libraries.
This is a basic intro to FCPX and is the first of a series of clips about using it. It’s aimed at at both newbies and pros alike. I talk about the differences with other editing software and why I turned from hating it to loving it.
This vid is all about the new features in Vue xStream/Infinite 2014
Want to work with word docs in Indesign? Perhaps you get content from clients/colleagues in word format and you need to lay it out with tools that are up to the job, well watch and learn.
TIP: If you have a client/colleague who is working on the word doc, get them to save it to a network/cloud drive (e.g. dropbox) and link the same file within inDesign, that way your client can update the word doc and all you need to do is open the InDesign doc (or update the link) and the changes will happen auto-magically!
I’ve got a new Vue course in the pipeline. It’ll be taught entirely online so you won’t have to leave the comfort of your home and you can work at your own pace. Stay tuned for more details…
This is a screencast of a lesson I did last year on InDesign. As I’ve been getting a lot of requests about indesign I thought I’d share it with you all.
I recently recorded this for a e-learning symposium. It’s a basic overview of how I use screen casting (and audio recordings) to augment my classes. It includes software (Screenflow, Camtasia and Jing), hardware and basic workflow. Enjoy.