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EventDV Magazine: November 2009
November 2009: Tutorials
Ben Balser | This month, I'll show you how to use Final Cut Pro's Replace Edit tool as well as demonstrate some cool tricks you can do with Replace Edit when you combine it with other handy tools that will help you change out and clean up your edits quickly.
Posted 12 Nov 2009 / November 2009 Issue By
David McKnight | Over the next 2 months, I'll share my top 10 tips that I've picked up over the years using Sony Vegas. They may not be immediately apparent to other Vegas users, but they're all very useful and can save you time in post.
Posted 12 Nov 2009 / November 2009 Issue By
November 2009: Column: Cradle to Grave
Alan Naumann | In today's tight job market, it's important for a job seeker to stand out from the many other applicants who are applying for the same position. Welcome to video resumes—or "visumes," as they are sometimes referred to. Creating a video resume means more than just standing in front of the camera and saying the first thing that comes to mind.
Posted 13 Nov 2009 / November 2009 Issue By
November 2009: Column: Strictly Business
Steve Yankee | If you're one of the many people swept away by the social networking media craze, welcome to the frenzied world of pointless babble and mindless chatter, where our narcissistic natures can have a field day. This is all well and good—except when you're using social media as a business tool!
Posted 13 Nov 2009 / November 2009 Issue By
November 2009: Department: Studio Time
Elizabeth Avery Merfeld | In just 3 years, Ray Roman has parlayed his passion into becoming one of the most sought-after wedding videographers in the country. WEVA and In[Focus] have tapped him to speak at conferences and bestowed accolades upon him. He's sponsored by Cinevate. His high-profile client roster boasts names such as the Cole family (as in Nat King and Natalie) and enough professional athletes to field a fantasy sports team.
Posted 01 Nov 2009 / November 2009 Issue By