6 Ways to Get Free Final Cut Pro Training

They say nothing in life is free. But when you’re talking about free Final Cut Pro training, there are some great no-cost options if you know where to look.

Lucky for you, you’re already in the right place. Internationally-acclaimed editor and instructor Larry Jordan offers a wealth of free content for editors of all skill levels, right here at LarryJordan.com.

If you’ve been comparing training options, these free resources are a great way to “get to know” Larry and his teaching style before deciding to move onto one of his more expansive training series. Plus, they’re great for solving a specific problem you’re having, mastering features within Final Cut Pro, learning time-saving tricks, and discovering how to become a better, more efficient editor – at no cost.

Here are 6 ways to get free Final Cut Pro training from Larry Jordan.

1) Free Articles & Tutorials

At the top of the page, click FREE RESOURCES > Free Step-By-Step Tutorials. This page encompasses more than 1,255 articles and tutorials (many of them with step-by-step videos) created by Larry and his team over the last couple years. You can search at the top of the page by application (Final Cut Pro X, Adobe, etc.) category (effects, compression, etc.) or by entering specific keywords.

While some of these tutorials are excerpts from Larry’s more comprehensive training series, they’re still jam-packed with tips and a great training resource available at no cost.

2) Free Weekly Webinar

Larry Jordan’s popular PowerUP weekly webinar offers insightful tips for editors of all backgrounds. These live, online tutorials happen every week, and you can register anytime for free.

3) Free Newsletters

More great free resources, available every week! Larry offers 3 unique newsletters with helpful tips, trends and other interesting tidbits. You can subscribe for free to any of them (or all 3) at the bottom of any page.

4) Tip of the Day

Check Larry’s Tip of the Day every day for a quick, useful tip about FCP X or other platforms. Once you start seeing the value of these tips, you’ll be coming back for more every day.

5) Larry’s YouTube Page

Larry’s YouTube page is another great spot to check for his quick (yet information-packed) Final Cut Pro video tutorials and excepts from his longer training series and webinar videos. You’ll find hundreds of videos, covering a wide range of topics.

6) Larry’s Blog

Get helpful tips, as well as industry news, trends and insights on Larry Jordan’s blog. If you’re utilizing all the training above, this is a great supplemental resource to get Larry’s thoughts on a variety of issues that are important to editors.

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