The Voice-Over Equipment I Use

In this video, I share with you the equipment I use to record voice-overs and why I use them.

You have many, many different options to choose from. These items are simply the ones that I personally use.

This is another video that I pulled from the membership library and that I’m sharing publicly. I hope you find the information useful.

How to Get Easy Access to More Animations in Final Cut Pro X – Izzy Video 294

This new video demonstrates a workflow that can get you easy access to many more animations in Final Cut Pro X.

It’s a workflow tip that can save you time and make things easier for you.

This is a members-only video, and it’s one of many workflow tips I have in the members’ video library.

If you’re not already a member, click here to learn about a membership.

How to Install Custom Text Sequence Animations in Motion (and a Free Bundle of 28 Text Animations for Members) – Izzy Video 293

I decided to do something a little different today!

I’m giving away a bundle of 28 custom text animations to members. These animations are for Motion and today’s new video demonstrates how to install them (or any custom text sequence animations).

This animation bundle is another benefit of being a member, along with access to nearly 300 training videos (It’s wild to think I’m closing in on episode 300).

Anyway, if you’re not already a member and you want access to the training videos and this bonus text animation bundle, click here to learn about a membership.

I hope you find them helpful!

Izzy Video 292 – Organizing and Cataloging Video Clips

Today I released a new video that continues the mini-series I’m making about my video organization system. (The first two parts were episodes 286 and 287.)

This video covers the details regarding the cataloging part of the process.

It shows the when, how, and why of the process.

This video is for members only. If you’re not already a member, click here to learn about a membership here.

Izzy Video 289 – 3D Title Trick in Final Cut Pro X

The new 3D title options in Final Cut Pro X are pretty darn cool.

But wouldn’t it be great if you could make other things 3D too?

In this video, I demonstrate a work-around that makes it possible for you to make certain images, icons, and symbols become 3D.

It’s just like 3D text — only not text. It’s little images, icons, etc.

This is some awesome stuff. :)

This video is available to view in the membership library now. If you’re not already a member, click here to learn about a membership.