Class on Demand, a provider of professional
educational products for creative markets, has
announced that Basic Training for Final Cut
Studio” and “Complete Training for Final Cut Pro
7” are now available for pre-order.

Apple’s new Studio upgrade boasts such new
features as Final Cut’s expanded ProRes
variations, a newly enhanced time saving and
automated easy export, new speed change tools,
improved XMC interchange and multi-touch gesture
support. Led by Tom Wolsky, an expert in Apple
video applications and operating systems, the new
Class on Demand training courses guide users
through task-focused lessons of all of the newest
tools and features of the editing suite and its
flagship non-linear editing application.

The “Basic Training for Final Cut Studio” title
includes four hours of instruction. The
seven-lesson, project-focused training touches on
suite elements ranging from system optimization
to Color, Compressor, Motion and other Apple
applications.

“Complete Training for Final Cut Pro 7” delivers
five hours of in-depth application instruction
and includes 22 lessons from user interface to
outputting. While each Class on Demand module
provides an in-depth lesson for a specific
section of the Apple suite and application, the
collective training modules use real-world
examples .

To sample lessons from “Basic Training for Final
Cut Studio┬«” and “Complete Training for Final Cut
Pro 7” please visit:
http://www.classondemand.net/media/final-cut-training/fcs3.aspx
and
http://www.classondemand.net/media/final-cut-training/fcp7.aspx.

Until Jan. 29, both “Basic Training for Final Cut
Studio” and “Complete Training for Final Cut Pro
7” are available to pre-order through the Class
on Demand web site (http://www.classondemand.com)
at a special introductory price of US$99.95 each;
they’re regularly priced at $149.95. Customers
can type FINALCUT50 at checkout to receive the
discount.