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Understanding Scopes in Final Cut ProA Final Cut Pro Video Tutorial With Larry Jordan
In this video based tutorial excerpted from Lynda.com's Final Cut Pro 5 Essential Effects with Larry Jordan, you learn what scopes are for and how to make the best use of vecorscopes and waveform monitors during the editing process.
Larry Jordan is an Apple-Certified Trainer in Digital Media, specializing in DVD Studio Pro, Final Cut Pro, and Motion. He has more than 30 years experience as an award-winning producer, director and editor for network, broadcast, DVDs, and corporate programs.
A member of both the Directors Guild of America and Producers Guild of America, he is a post-production consultant to a variety of Los Angeles broadcast and production studios. Recognized as one of the Top 100 Corporate Producers in America, Mr. Jordan brings a wealth of real-world production experience to his training classes as well as a love of computer software. In his spare time he enjoys traveling and photographing trains.
Visit him at http://www.larryjordan.biz/training/
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