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Class On Demand Releases New Final Cut Studio and Final Cut Pro Training Titles
Posted Jan 20, 2010 Print Version     Page 1of 1

Class on Demand, a provider of professional educational products for creative markets, is pleased to announce that "Basic Training for Final Cut Studio®" and "Complete Training for Final Cut Pro® 7" are now available for pre-order. Apple's new Studio upgrade boasts powerful new application features, which include Final Cut's expanded ProRes variations, a newly enhanced time saving and automated easy export, new speed change tools, improved XMC interchange and multi-touch gesture support. Led by Tom Wolsky, an expert in Apple® video applications and operating systems; the new Class on Demand training courses guide users through task-focused lessons of all of the newest tools and features of the popular editing suite and its flagship non-linear editing application.

"It's important for Class on Demand to remain up-to-speed with all manufacturer software and application upgrades," says Paul Holtz, CEO and founder, Class on Demand. "The recent release of the new Final Cut Studio includes a variety of new and powerful application features. Tom's real-world knowledge and breadth of technological understanding will provide an exceptional learning experience, yielding phenomenal work output for a novice user or a seasoned professional looking to navigate deeper into the new editing suite and its applications. We look forward to continue working with Tom on future Apple releases."

The "Basic Training for Final Cut Studio" title includes 4-hours of instruction. The 7-lesson, project-focused training touches on suite elements ranging from system optimization to Color®, Compressor®, Motion® and other Apple applications. "Complete Training for Final Cut Pro 7" delivers 5-hours of in-depth application instruction and includes 22-lessons from user interface to outputting. The video-based titles deliver exceptional viewing quality and a unique, non-linear training approach, enabling users of all levels to focus on specific new features and functions. While each Class on Demand module provides an in-depth lesson for a specific section of the Apple suite and application, the collective training modules use real-world examples to provide an end-to-end curriculum for information retention and increased productivity.

To sample lessons from "Basic Training for Final Cut Studio®" and "Complete Training for Final Cut Pro® 7" please visit: http://www.classondemand.net/media/final-cut-training/fcs3.aspx and http://www.classondemand.net/media/final-cut-training/fcp7.aspx.

Pricing and Availability
Until January 29th, 2010, both "Basic Training for Final Cut Studio®" and "Complete Training for Final Cut Pro® 7" are available to pre-order through the Class on Demand website (http://www.classondemand.com) at a special introductory price of $99.95 each (regularly priced at $149.95 USD). Customers can type FINALCUT50 at checkout to receive the discount.

For additional training information, please contact Class on Demand directly at 847-843-9939 or visit: http://www.classondemand.com.

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