Final Cut Pro X
Discover the latest video editing tutorials and tips for Final Cut Pro X.
Enter to win 1 of 5 copies of Retrograde, a vintage film emulator for Final Cut Pro X! Instantly give your digital footage a 8mm or 16mm film look with these unique drag-and-drop effects.
Discover how to open up your FInal Cut X projects in Adobe Premiere Pro. This video tutorial shows a nice workaround for editors that are looking to expand into a Premiere Pro post production workflow.
Check out the new 3D Transition pack for Final Cut Pro X. Make your video editing projects more dynamic and engaging with these cool effects.
Looking to switch video editing apps, but not sure which one is right for you? In this informative video two of the industries biggest go head-to-head: FCPX vs Premiere Pro. You might be surprised at who comes out the winner.
Match EQ in Final Cut Pro X is a robust audio tool for matching sound qualities between clips. In this post, discover how to use this powerful (yet underutilized) audio feature in FCPX. It might just save your project!
Discover a trick for trimming your audio files to perfectly fit the length of your video editing projects. A must-know technique for creating a polished and professional audio track!
Increase audio engagement with your film or video project. Discover how to mix 5.1 surround sound directly from within Final Cut Pro X!
A quick video overview of 5 tips to speed up your editing in Final Cut Pro X. Great tips for the new and experienced FCPX video editor!
Here’s 10 FREE apps & plugins that you’ll want to have in your post production toolkit! From cool video editing transitions to a killer time management app, these FREE tools will make a better editor.
Win a copy of Beauty Box – a powerful skin smoothing and retouching app for photo and video!
See what each of the FCPX transitions, filters and generators do without having to test each one in your project. These demo videos show real world examples of every Final Cut Pro X effect in action.
Discover how to keep your FCPX project more organized and save time! In this post, we’ll show you how to combine audio files by using compound clips in Final Cut Pro X.