Posts Tagged ‘FCP X’
While FCPX has been criticized over the years for being overly simplified, the software actually has some incredibly useful and powerful tools under the hood that are often overlooked.
A killer demo reel is the biggest asset you have when trying to pick up work in the film industry. Unfortunately though, many talented directors, DPs and editors don’t understand what it takes to cut a great reel, and end up losing work because of it.
It seems like just yesterday that Final Cut Pro completely dominated the independent film post-production scene, but the terrain today is very different and editors now have tough choices to make when it comes down to committing to an editing platform.
When working in a collaborative post production environment it is ESSENTIAL to use thoughtful organization in your video editing projects. Follow our tips for prepping your projects to hand off to another editor or post production specialist.
In this post, you’ll learn how to create – and even import – speed changes into DaVinci Resolve. This powerful features offers tons of options for quality speed effects.
Working with Canon C300 MXF video footage? In this post we share some tips for avoiding common MXF editing pitfalls!
What video editing application is best for you? In this post we look at a few considerations when choosing one of the popular pro apps – Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro.
Looking for answers to your video editing and video production questions? We’ve rounded up the best forum on the ‘net for troubleshooting your video projects. Bookmark these links!
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.
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?
Reality TV production giant, Bunim/Murray, joins a growing number of high-profile professionals to return to Avid from Final Cut Pro.
Xto7 for Final Cut Pro (by Assisted Editing) allows you to take your Final Cut Pro X timeline to Final Cut Pro 7. You can also go directly to other Final Cut Pro 7 XML workflow programs, as well as to Adobe Premiere Pro (and to After Effects via dynamic link). It’s available in the App Store for $49.99.