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    Jasper Thayer
    • Hollywood, CA
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    Heya guys!

    I launched a new forum on our website to discuss various topics about FCPX, Motion, Logic X, etc. and I want to encourage activity on the forum to get people to start posting their questions here so I am offering free FCPX Training (which includes unrestricted access to the FCPX Quiz) to the first 10 accounts that submit at least 25 relevant posts in the forum. The FCPX Training is for sale in our store for $25 so if you post in the forum and I give you free training it’s basically like I’m paying you $1 per post, which is a pretty sweet deal. I am working on some brand new training videos that I will be adding to this package soon, so the FCPX Training will continue to be of value to you in the future.

    Take the Final Cut Pro X Quiz

    Posting in the forum is super-easy! Sign in to our forum with Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ by clicking one of the sign in buttons on the right sidebar. Or if you want to register your own account on our website and not sign in with social media then you can register and sign in to your account on the account page with good ol username and password.

    So here’s the deal… if you want free FCPX Training then start submitting some posts into the forum. Then once the first 10 people reach 25 posts I will email them a coupon code that they can use to get the FCPX Training for free. I think if a few people start posting topics and others start replying then activity will start ramping up pretty quick after that. It’s just getting the ball rolling first. So I’m trying to get the ball rolling here and I need your help to do that. Just start by posting a toic about something… Anything! Maybe there’s an effect that you’ve seen in some other video and you want to learn how to do it on one of your videos or you’re thinking about what kind of hardware to purchase for your system or something. Whatever the topic is I’m sure it’s worth talking about. If anything I’ll most likely reply to your post. So don’t be shy! Post and Reply! 😉

    Jasper Thayer
    Apple Certified Trainer

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