Posts Tagged ‘Final Cut Pro’
Red Giant Software makes a significant upgrade to the Plural Eyes audio/video syncing software. Now up to 20X faster than before, Plural Eyes 3 is an indispensible tool for editors working with DSLR footage and externally recorded audio.
Coremelt’s ActiveText titling plugin is fast and FREE typography tool for video editors. Improving upon the default text editor, ActiveText offers automatic keyframing and the ability to quickly duplicate titles in your video editing timelines.
Discover a trick for trimming your audio files to perfectly fit the length of your video editing projects. A must-know technique for creating a polished and professional audio track!
Increase audio engagement with your film or video project. Discover how to mix 5.1 surround sound directly from within Final Cut Pro X!
Avoid 5 of the more common “gotchas” in Adobe After Effects! Check out these 5 tips and tricks to make you faster and more efficient in After Effects.
A quick video overview of 5 tips to speed up your editing in Final Cut Pro X. Great tips for the new and experienced FCPX video editor!
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.
Discover a color grading workflow to get your video projects to and from DaVinci Resolve. Great tips in these informative video tutorials!
Win a copy of Beauty Box – a powerful skin smoothing and retouching app for photo and video!
Learn how you can achieve unique effects by using blending modes in your video editing projects. In this post, we take an in-depth look at how using screen mode can quickly remove a solid background in AE, FCP or Premiere.
See what each of the FCPX transitions, filters and generators do without having to test each one in your project. These demo videos show real world examples of every Final Cut Pro X effect in action.
Discover how to keep your FCPX project more organized and save time! In this post, we’ll show you how to combine audio files by using compound clips in Final Cut Pro X.