Posts Tagged ‘fcpx’
Cinemagraphs are gaining increasingly popularity online – combining a bit of motion with a still photo. In this post we share some cinemagraph examples, as well as how to make your own cinemagraph in Photoshop or Final Cut Pro X.
Save time in Final Cut Pro X by bundling your exports! Create multiple files and versions in one export.
Final Cut Pro X makes it super easy to isolate one color in your video image. In this post, we share 3 video tutorials that show you how to achieve this popular Sin City/Pleasantville effect in FCPX!
Apple has released another update to their Final Cut Pro X video editing application, although this time they’re concurrently launching a marketing campaign to target pro users.
In this series of Final Cut Pro X video tutorials you’ll learn how to create Blu-Ray discs in FCPX, as well as use FCPX for editing interview footage. Tons of great info here for the Final Cut Pro X editor!
Discover how to create persistent range selections in Final Cut Pro X in this quick video tutorial. Grab multiple selections from a single clip, using either the mouse of keyboard shortcuts. Good info for any FCPX editor.
Give your video editing projects a unique retro style with this film grain and light leaks. In this post, we’ve rounded up the best third party film grain and light leaks for video editors.
Discover ClipExporter, a FREE solution for getting your Final Cut Pro X project files into After Effects. We’ve got the details on the apps features, where to download and a video preview to see it in action.
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.
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Learn about the benefits of optical flow slow motion in Final Cut Pro X! In these tutorials you’ll see how to give your video footage super smooth slow motion.
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.