1. Video Tutorial: How to Create Subclips Using the Favorite Option in Final Cut Pro X


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    Use the Favorite command in Final Cut Pro X to easily create subclips! Final Cut Pro X doesn't include a formal subclip option, but you can mimic subclipping by using the "Favorite" command. Watch this video tutorial to find out how! This Final Cut Pro X video tutorial will teach you how to: • Use the Favorite command to section off footage that you'd like to use later • Work with favorited subclips in both List View and Thumbnail View • Use Final Cut Pro X filtering options to view your favorited subclips all together • "Delete" subclips Be sure to check for more video tutorials at www.premiumbeat.com/blog

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    • Zoo Brew 2011


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      This is the third year for the Zoo Brew event in South Bend, and Explore Media has been there all three years to support the community idea of tasting craft brews, and of course, raising money for the conservation and growth of an important community fixture! http://potawatomizoo.org/Zoo_Brew.asp

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      • My friend Dan


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        Hi my name is Kurt and I'd like you to watch this video about my friend Dan Nuckolls and if you're able - give Dan the business.

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        • Jacob Cedric


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          Happy 2nd birthday!

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          • Adobe After Effects Tutorial - Swing Text


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            G'day! How it going? In this tutorial I will show you how to create a cool swing allusion on your text and images in After Effects. By Using subtle key frame positioning and converting your text assets to 3D you can use alter rotation values to create cool compositions that SWING BABY! Hope you learn something new!

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            • 'What is WYSIWYG?' Viral Ad - 2009


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              The Web video features a compilation of outtakes from a 2009 video shoot produced by John Coggin and Nelson Romero for Tarkenton Companies in anticipation of the 2010 launch of a would-be Web conferencing brand. The video was intended as the first phase of a multi-platform "drip" marketing campaign and was produced to build curiosity for WYSIWYG Web Conferencing. The project, a joint venture between CEO Fran Tarkenton and several partners based in Washington, D.C., was shelved following a study of user habits regarding Web conferencing that revealed overwhelming barriers to (market) entry. Credits: Writer/Editor/Producer: John Coggin Director: Nelson Romero Model: Brittany Hall

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              • Final Cut Pro 7 : Editing Basics


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                In this video I show my freshman highschool students the "bare-bones" of basic editing in Final Cut Pro 7

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                • IPFW Talent Made Here


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                  Jessica may root for Purdue, but she went to school at IPFW, where her combined school education got her a great job right out of college as a design engineer at Parker Hannifin. Contracted for Talent Made Here through One Lucky Guitar.

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                    A product video shooting turned out to be art!

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                    • No Pork Pies


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                      A small section of a 4 minute edit shot by the Sussex based production company Butchers Hook with the aim of promoting No Pork Pies a social media agency, based in Hove. I keyed out the background on the original footage, and used the green of the No Pork Pies website and their logo to keep within the branding style. I also used additional images and capture live web browsing to help illustrate the dialogue in the piece.

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