Lynda.com for a noob?

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      AvatarCraignogg
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      Just started editing some videos using imovie, premier, and Final Cut Pro. I’m trying to find a more formal training video (or book) series to take me through one of the editing programs from the very basics to more advanced techniques. (Preferably premier or Final Cut Pro in the same version I have) YouTube tutorials has helped some, but it other ways has made things frustrating at times. I’ve heard Lynda.com as some quality training videos has anyone gone that route? Would you recommend it? For now I’m mostly doing hunting/travel videos that are somewhat vlog style but I’d like to take it farther. What do you recommend?? Thanks!

    • #278036

      Hello!
      You might want to check out our courses, here: https://www.videomaker.com/courses

      Our FCP X course is available completely free, here: https://www.videomaker.com/course/final-cut-pro-x-essentials

      And for more cool stuff, check out Videomaker Plus: https://www.videomaker.com/plus

    • #278038

      And to give you a option for training in Adobe Premiere Pro, you might want to look at Adobe’s Classroom in a Book series. They are very well done and cover every effect, tool, and display in their programs.

      You’ll learn all you need to know about the program!

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