Posts Tagged ‘apple’
Apple releases a new update to Final Cut Pro X, their non-linear video editing application. See what changes have been made to make the video editor even more stable and better performing.
Final Cut Pro X now supports native support for RED camera files. In this quick video tutorial discover a FCPX RED workflow, including how to import and modify .R3D files and using a RED Rocket card for best performance.
Apple updates Final Cut Pro X to 10.0.6 – the most significant FCPX update since it’s initial release! Find out what new improvements were added to the app…and why Apple may be once again proving their commitment to the pro video market.
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!
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.
Learn 10 handy Final Cut Pro X tips in this quick video tutorial – including shortcuts, info on saving and effects. Great information for new Final Cut Pro X editors!
How does the new Mac 10.8 Mountain Lion OSX update effect your video editing applications? We’ve got the scoop on compatibility, software updates and known bugs.
We’ve got three different workarounds for editing with custom frame rates and aspect ratios in Final Cut Pro X!
We’ve rounded up 15 of the very best iPhone videos! From short narrative to beautiful travelogues, check out this collection of mobile video inspiration!
Build a Mac Pro Hackintosh! Learn how you can create your own DIY Mac Pro that’s faster and cheaper than Apple’s version.
Want to give your footage a custom vintage look in Final Cut Pro X? The mVintage plug-in from MotionVFX is easy to use and fully customizable!
Keep your Final Cut Pro X timeline more organized by using placeholders or gaps to separate footage. This handy trick is especially useful when creating quick rough cuts!