We’ve rounded up the best color correction video tutorials for Final Cut Pro X! These info-filled videos explore the basics of FCPX color correction, up through advanced color masking and grading. Take your skill level to the next level with these FCPX tutorials!
How long will you be able to run Final Cut Pro 7? Will future Apple operating system upgrades make it unusable? In this post, we take a look at FCP7 compatibility with the current Lion OS and what effect future OS updates will have on the NLE.
Explore which Android apps may helpful tools for filmmaking and video production. From data calculators, to digital slates and light meters, these Android apps for filmmaking are handy tools to have on any shoot!
FilmLight releases the terrific Baselight color correction plugin for Final Cut Pro 7. Is the expense of this high-end, feature filled toolkit worth it when it can only be used with an end-of-life application? Get all the info on this new color corrector for FCP.
Learn how using a simple trick might increase the sound quality of your video projects. In this short video, you’ll get step-by-step instructions on how to record audio using your iPhone. It might just save your next project!
Third-party plugin developer SquidFX knocks it out of the park with their newest release TransiMatic for FCPX. Learn how this Final Cut Pro X transition pack can add style and flair to your next video projects.
Manhattan Edit Workshop will be offering free post-production training at this year’s NAB tradeshow. Gain new tips for working in After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Premiere, Resolve and AVID, and make connections with other pro editors and content creators.
Magic Bullet has recently re-introduced their popular Denoiser plugin, a great filter for reducing digital distortion in video. We bring you all the details on this new release and make suggestions for other popular digital noise reduction plugins.
With today’s ACE awards ready to deliver honors on outstanding film editing work done in 2011, we should get a lead on who might be a favorite at the Oscar’s looming the following week. Since the SAG and Golden Globes do not recognize Editing as a category, the next two weeks are the pinnacle for recognizing the achievements and outstanding efforts from last year.
Last week, Avid Technology released Avid Studio for iPad, now available for $4.99 in the App Store. This app release ends Apple iMovie’s pseudo-monopoly on tablet-based video editing. With the two apps currently at the same price, we thought it’d be an interesting exercise to compare the two side-by-side.
Seven months after the release of FCP X, Apple comes forward with v. 10.0.3 to address some major missing features. Will it be enough?
Music has the power to turn a film into a riveting, unforgettable experience. Learn the difference between stock and royalty-free music, and discover how these tracks can make your project come alive.