Premiere Pro Quick Reference Card

Learning basic video editing

Since I am learning basic video editing as a hobby I want to jump right into producing content. Downloading this Adobe Premiere Quick Reference card by Kyle Culpepper has enabled me to learn basic video editing in a matter of seconds by using the 11 hot keys.

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Thank you Kyle Culpepper at Valdosta State

Professor Culpepper is a rocket scientist who also has a master of education degree in informational technology. Having media production skills in your tool box is important if you work in education or charity oriented work where the pay is low. Being forced by necessity to do everything yourself is a good motivation to learn.

I have been editing moving pictures for many years

If you want to get ahead in life it is good to have as many different communication skills as possible. Thanks to my parents, learning itself has always been a hobby for me. When I wanted to earn an undergraduate degree in music they were part of the divine intervention that changed my direction. I spent seven years at CSUN to finally earn a four year degree in Radio-TV-Film.

This post is where I will keep all of my learning resources organized and stored.

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McGucken v. Schachter: LAW BECOMES ART

Soon I will be making short videos explaining my personal litigation history with copyright infringement plaintiff Dr. Elliot McGucken. Videos are critical to maintain consistent rankings at the top of page one of the search engines. During my legal encounter with McGucken I happened to also meet New York Art Dealer Kenny Schachter. Kenny is an art world gadfly who makes great copy. Make sure to read the upcoming September 21, 2022 blog updating the results of defaulted defendant Schachter’s lawsuit at the hands of plaintiff Elliot McGucken. The purpose of writing these blogs is to encourage me to devote as much time as possible to learning how to create short instructional legal videos.

By Dean McAdams

Born a poor peckerwood in a Tujunga holler, Dean overeducated himself beyond his social station to end up a retired paralegal in the coastal paradise of West L.A.