Posts Tagged ‘fcpx’
In the following video tutorial by Jeffrey Bradbury we learn how to use Final Cut Pro X in 30 minutes or less.
Twixtor is an amazing tool that allows filmmakers to simulate slow motion footage using their favorite editing software.
Adobe’s Creative Cloud subscription based licenses continue to grow in popularity despite initial criticism.
Backing up files in FCPX is a quick and easy way to protect your projects from getting deleted. The following video from MackBreak Studio explains the ins and outs of backing up your FCPX libraries.
Create high quality vignettes to give your video image more interest. In this video tutorial we examine how to create a contrast vignette in FCPX.
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.
Being an organized video editor is the key to keeping your sanity and landing more work. In this post we share a useful bin structure and free project file to give your video editing projects an organizational edge.
The new Mac Pros are decked out for creative professionals and video editors, but can today’s software actually take full advantage of these systems? In this post we compare a few popular apps and how they perform on the new Mac Pros.
Video editing certification is a great way to prove you have the skills needed to get a great job. Whether you’re already an established editor or looking to get started in the business, check out our rundown of the programs to get certified.
This free luma mask for FCPX will simplify your matte work – no need to use compound clips! In this post we share the download link and video tutorial to get you up to speed.
Final Cut Pro 10.1 makes managing media storage easier than ever before. External media referencing and a new ‘leave in place’ option provide more flexibility whether you are editing by yourself or with a team.
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.