So it has been a little while since I wrote my last post. It seems like something that keeps gets put on the back burner. Anyway… update time; Code Academy is rocking! We have started into week 7, Code Academy just had its first Startup weekend, and the new Code Academy site just launched. I [...]
They say if you are going to build an application, building something that you want is the best way to start. I began building my app this weekend and it really got me motivated. I was able to use pretty much all of what I had learned so far in my first 3 weeks at Code [...]
After one week of Code Academy my mind is off and running. We have barely lifted off and I have already started to get all sorts of ideas in my head. We started to dig into the Ruby programing language, create the basic structor for a rails app, and I have a stack of great [...]
At the beginning this next month (October) I will start an awesome program called Code Academy. It is a new program here in Chicago that teaches Ruby on Rails web application development. Why would I want to learn how to program if I’m so heavily into video creation and motion design? Simple… video and the [...]
News broke yesterday that Apple is now selling Final Cut Studio 3 again on a limited basis through 1-800-MY-APPLE (full licenses and not updates). I have seen a number of twitter and blog posts talking about whether to purchase and keep using the old FCP or not since people can buy it again. But I [...]
So we’ve all now seen it, FCPx. Unfortunately, I wasn’t at NAB, so my knowledge about the new Final Cut Pro is limited. Philip Hodgetts and Walter Biscardi as well as a number of others, have great write ups about the new software and their feelings on it. My take on it all is that [...]
With the imminent release of the next generation of Apple’s Final Cut Studio, the FCP vs AVID vs Premiere vs ________ (insert your NLE) debate will surely be happening. I wanted to take this time to talk about what all these programs really are, non-liner editing software, and they are all the same.
In this video I will show you a quicker way to get your files into the file section window when browsing for files on your computer (Mac OS). I hope this helps out some of you and will speed up your daily workflow. Thanks for watching and let me know what you think.
This is a video i made so i can try out the new SublimeVideo player. This video is now being run using the VideoJS video player. [video mp4="http://twohandedcreations.com/vid/say_no.mp4" poster="http://twohandedcreations.com/img/say_no.jpg" preload="true" width="640" height="360"] The SublimeVideo player is very promising and so far i have had success using it.
Hi I’m Dave. I am a video and digital media creator. I have been making videos for about 10 years. Some of that time has been behind a camera, but a lot of it has been in the post-production world. Editing, motion graphics, DVD creation. Getting products created and delivered. A lot of my recent [...]