Small Group Training Session: April 3, 2020

Update: This event already took place today. If you'd like to ensure that you're aware of other live training events in the future, please make sure you add yourself to my email newsletter.

I decided to try something new... :)

I've scheduled a "small group training session" for this coming Friday.

The first folks to register will be the first to be able to attend. The time will be at 11am Pacific time (GMT-7).

The topic will be: Building 3D transitions for Final Cut Pro Using Motion

I'll embed a demo preview here, so you can see what the final result will look like:

If you want to spend some real "hands-on" time learning Motion and do more than just watch training videos, you might like this training format.

I think with a small group, we can really dig into details in a more hands-on way.

We'll be using the Zoom Meeting format (instead of a webinar format), so you'll be able to share your screen with me if you want, and I can help you work through challenges or problems (this is why it only works for a small group).

I'll be sharing several specialized techniques with you, techniques that I've learned over many years of using Motion.

The duration should be around 90 minutes to 2 hours, I think, but it really depends on our pace as a group, because we'll all be building the project together.

I'm really excited to give this format a try!

This is a paid training session. The price to attend will be $19 (unless you're an active Mastery Group member, and then you'll get the automatic member training discount on top of this).

If you'd like to attend, click the "Add to Cart" button on this page to get started.

Talk to you soon!

All the best, Izzy

P.S.> I've run some tests and I think this training format could work very well. I'm looking forward to trying it with a handful of folks this Friday!

What you'll need to attend:

  • An internet connection that can handle streaming video
  • If you'd like to follow along, you'll need Motion and Final Cut Pro installed on your computer (any recent versions from the last couple years)
  • A microphone in your computer or external microphone if you'd like to speak and have your voice heard (and speakers or headphones so you can hear me)
  • The Zoom software so you can join the meeting (you can download the Zoom software here)