The Editor’s Guide to macOS Mojave
October 23 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
The newest Mac OS is here, and even though you may not have updated to it yet, there are a bunch of great new features in the OS, that editors specifically will love. In this webinar, we’ll show off some handy tools to help keep you organized, get your point across better, and even record your screen to send to your client!
- Organize yourself with Stacks
- Take better screenshots (and now screen recordings)
- Work smarter in the Finder
- Use your iOS device as a scanner!
- Using Markups & the Finder for Review and Approval.
Kevin P McAuliffe is a three time North American ProMax award winning editor, cutting on Media Composer for over 18 years. He is also one of the Senior Editors at Extreme Reach Toronto in Toronto, Canada, with current clients including 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures and E1 Entertainment to name a few. He can also be found helping out on the Avid Community forums in the Media Composer & Symphony Get Started Fast forum. You can check out all his current tutorials at https://www.youtube.com/c/
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