Posts Tagged ‘Final Cut Pro X’
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.
Smart Folders are a free way to find and organize your video editing project files on a Mac. In this video, you’ll see how and why you should implement them for your own work.
FilmConvert is a powerful post production tool that can quickly give your digital footage an organic film look. In this post we take a look at FilmConvert, it’s capabilities and how to integrate it into your video editing or color grading workflow.
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.
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.
We take a look back at the post production trends and industry landscape of 2013 – and look ahead to the future of video editing in 2014.
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.
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.
We’ve teamed up with Luca Visual FX to giveaway 6 copies of the new Hi-Tech graphics pack! This motion graphics kit is perfect for sci-fi related programming, documentaries, news or music videos.
If you’re working with ARRIRAW files, this post is a must read. Learn how to use DaVinci Resolve Lite to transcode your ARRIRAW footage for optimized editing.