With all the hype surrounding the new Apple TV, the next question that came up for many is how to get the latest and greatest production software to work with it.
This is the first in a series of Masterclasses that we’ll be sharing with you on our site in the coming weeks, with the goal of helping you make a masterclass with the latest Apple TV content and the best in Apple production tools.
So, how do you get the most out of Apple TV?
To make that easier to understand, we’ve assembled a MasterClass series in which we’ll cover some of the basic Apple TV concepts and technologies, but we’ll also look at how you can get the best of both worlds by creating your own masterclass.
The first of these is a new series of six courses that we’re launching today, and it’s all based on our very popular series of the Masterclass series: Masterclass Music Production Kit.
In this series, you’ll be learning how to build a music production system for the Apple TV and Apple TV Pro.
You can also use this Masterclass Masterclass as a starting point for your own productions.
You can use it as a reference for learning about the basic technology and tools that are available to you as well as to learn how to integrate it with other Apple products.
This course is designed for people with a basic understanding of audio and video production and how to leverage these technologies for production.
For the first Masterclass, we’ll focus on using the new Masterclass Video Editor and Apple Pro Tools as well.
The two applications are incredibly powerful, but both require the Apple ecosystem to run.
To get started, head over to the Apple Video Editor Masterclass to get started with this new production feature.
If you’re not already familiar with the Apple ProTools suite, you should take a look at the tutorial at the top of this post to learn more about it.
To start with, we will be focusing on using these two applications in the same workflow.
The videos below demonstrate how you use the Apple Editor, which is also used in Apple’s Video Editor Suite.
If you’re a Mac user, you can download the video viewer that is included with the app.
Once you’ve gotten started with the basics, we’re going to show you how to create your own production system.
In addition to using the Apple editor, you will also need to use Apple ProRes or AIFF video files and Apple QuickTime for video editing.
In the case of the video editing, we are using Apple’s XviD for video playback and Apple’s GarageBand for guitar effects.
For this tutorial, we assume you already have a basic familiarity with Apple video editing software, as well with audio production software like Logic Pro X or GarageBand.
If not, you’re welcome to jump right in and start working on your own video production system, as we will not cover the audio part of your process.
In order to get this all set up, you have to get access to a Mac.
You will need to buy one of the Mac App Store, though.
If your Mac doesn’t have Apple Video Studio installed, you may need to install it.
If your Mac has it installed, but you’re on Windows, you won’t have access to it.
For more information on installing Mac video editing tools on Macs, read our guide on How to Install Mac Video Editing Tools on Mac OS X.
We will also be using a basic version of GarageBand to create our Masterclass videos.
We are going to start with the simple and basic GarageBand tutorial.
In that tutorial, you learn how you should start with GarageBand, what the differences are between the GarageBand Pro, GarageBand Professional, and GarageBand Ultimate versions, and the pros and cons of each of them.
You’ll then learn how much you should be using GarageBand in your productions and how you want to set up your production system so you can share your video productions with the world.
To learn more, check out our GarageBand article on our website.
The next Masterclass course, for the iPhone, is a little different.
In our iPhone Masterclass we will learn how we can use the new Pro Tools to create and edit our video productions.
This Masterclass tutorial will cover a bit more advanced Pro Tools editing features and a little more about how you will integrate Pro Tools into your production workflow.
We also will take a closer look at a couple of new Apple video features, including FaceTime and QuickTime 4K.
For these two courses, you need to download the Pro Tools app from the App Store.
If that’s not available, you are welcome to download and install it directly from the Apple Developer Center.
To make it easier for you to get set up on your Mac, we have included an Apple Prologger and a Mac Prolog plugin that we will also use for this Master