One of the areas we've been working on in our effort to make Creative COW more useful to its members, is our all-new Career Center. It is much more than just a job board and in it you will find a lot of features to not only find jobs but bring more business to your door. Cost? Nothing. Hey, we're the COW and it's how we do things.
Jobs are categorized by type, by qualification, by pay level, by locale -- and if you wish to offer a job but don't want a ton of calls or visits to your door, we have given you the ability to make your post anonymous so that you can get replies and reply without being obligated to answer each and every inquiry. Also, all conversations are now between the one offering the job and the one replying -- no one else can read what you are saying between each other. No "gang" conversations anymore. You can only read the conversations that you own, all other conversations are private.
If you are looking for a job, a single click adds your reel and/or your resumé to any of your job offer replies. Simply set up your account once and then just choose what you wish to include in your replies.
Our Services Offered area is also broken out by geographical region and by your category of service offered. If you take the time to visit our Service Listings, you can quickly drill down and sort by nation, state, city, or dig down by categories. List your company and the services you offer, or find services that you need.
If you are searching for something in particular, the Career Center is powered by a fast search engine to help you find things quickly.
Welcome to the all-new Creative COW Career Center, online at jobs.creativecow.net
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Automating Photoshop: Photoshop for Video|
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Get the most out of Photoshop in your video productions, learning Photoshop from COW Leader Richard Harrington. In this DVD, Richard, author of one of the top ranked Photoshop books, focuses on automating Photoshop and other power user techniques for video artists.
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Apple's Final Cut Pro X: One BIG Love/Hate Relationship Part 3 - What's at Stake - A Community Divid by David Roth Weiss
(11:24) -- 7/18/2011
Part-3 of this three part investigative series, David Roth Weiss interviews David H. Lawrence. - Contributing Editor and Final Cut Pro forum leader David Roth Weiss and his guest, digital media specialist David H. Lawrence discuss the reason why Apple's recent roll out of FCP X may well be most the contentious and divisive software release ever.
Creative COW Podcast
Apple's Final Cut Pro X: One BIG Love/Hate Relationship Part 2 by David Roth Weiss
(07:34) -- 7/18/2011
In Part-2 of this three part investigative series, Contributing Editor and Final Cut Pro forum leader David Roth Weiss and his guest David H. Lawrence look even deeper into Final Cut Pro X as he reveals more of what's under the hood. - Will you love it or hate it?
Adobe Premiere Pro Podcast
Premiere Pro: Sweetening Audio with Parametric EQ by Andrew Devis
(00:23:19) -- 7/18/2011
In this advanced Premiere Pro tutorial, Andrew Devis shows how to use the parametric equaliser in Premiere Pro and for CS5.5 in Audition and for CS4/5 in Soundbooth. - The parametric eq is a simply and effective way to affect a whole series of frequencies in you audio to quickly and efficiently sweeten (or un-sweeten depending on what you want to do) your audio. However, the work-flow for CS5.5 and above and CS5/4 (and probably CS3) are different and so the tutorial starts with the work-flow for PP/Audition CS5.5 and above and then at 13:30 onwards looks at the work-flow for CS4/5 and Soundbooth including showing how to balance the volume level. Andrew also shows how to apply parametric eq directly in Premiere Pro even though this is a much less efficient way of applying the effect.
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Apple's Final Cut Pro X: One BIG Love/Hate Relationship Part 1 by David Roth Weiss
(10:30) -- 7/18/2011
In this three part investigative series, we take a hard look at Final Cut Pro X, Apple's newest and most controversial software release ever. - Contributing Editor and Final Cut Pro forum leader David Roth Weiss introduces pioneering digital media expert, David H. Lawrence, whose unique wealth of expertise and experience has people listening to his outspoken and incisive observations. Listen in as David Lawrence tells you what makes FCP X tick, and why you'll either love it or hate it.