Posts Tagged ‘fcpx’
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.
We’ve rounded up a TON of free resources for video and film editors. Light leaks, vignettes, post production utility apps and everything in between – build out your digital asset library with these FREE video editing resources.
Learn the 5 MUST USE shortcuts for any video editing application. These are the shortcuts that are an essential part of my daily video editing work – and it should be part of your workflow too!
Multicam isn’t just for live events! In this post we share a powerful workflow for organizing and editing your narrative projects with Final Cut Pro X’s multicam.
A new app provides a bulk export option for generating still images from your Final Cut Pro X video editing project. See it in action, get more details and find out where to download – free!
Discover an efficient multicam workflow in Final Cut Pro X. In this live demo you’ll see a FCPX workflow from ingest to delivery.
In this post, we dig into Luca’s Visual FX – an assortment of visual effects, transitions and filters for video editors. More than just a review of the effects, we’ll show you how to install and tweak them in your video editing projects!
Quickly balance the color in your Final Cut Pro X projects. Skin Tone is a simple filter for restoring natural looking flesh tones!
In this post we explore options for roundtripping from Final Cut Pro X to Logic Pro X for a comprehensive post production workflow. Good tips for any FCPX video editor!
CTRL+Console is an iPad based video editing controller. Speed up your FInal Cut Pro or Premiere Pro video edits by using the intuitive controls in the app!
Creating a Ken Burns effect in Final Cut Pro X is simple! Using the built-in Ken Burns effect you can automate keyframes, applying quick animations to your photos and video clips.