Posts Tagged ‘Video Editing’
Apple releases the 10.0.4 Update to Final Cut Pro X. Among the improvements in this new release are improved broadcast monitoring and multi-cam editing.
YouTube introduces 3D conversions of their high resolution 2D videos. So, will YouTube’s 3D technology be adopted by users? Is it really necessary?
Looking for freelance video editing jobs? We’ve rounded up the best online resources for finding post-production work and making industry connections!
Creating a dynamic and visually engaging slideshow in Final Cut Pro X doesn’t have to be a painful process! Learn how you can use the app’s built-in tools to quickly create a video slideshow in FCPX.
New software Highlight Hunter claims to speed up your video editing by 80% by filtering out good shots from the bad, but is this video editing application really useful for the professional editor?
Digital Rebellion’s “Cut Notes” application now supports timecode markers for Final Cut Pro X. Learn how this iPad app can help streamline your video editing workflow.
How long will you be able to run Final Cut Pro 7? Will future Apple operating system upgrades make it unusable? In this post, we take a look at FCP7 compatibility with the current Lion OS and what effect future OS updates will have on the NLE.
Learn how using a simple trick might increase the sound quality of your video projects. In this short video, you’ll get step-by-step instructions on how to record audio using your iPhone. It might just save your next project!
Third-party plugin developer SquidFX knocks it out of the park with their newest release TransiMatic for FCPX. Learn how this Final Cut Pro X transition pack can add style and flair to your next video projects.
Magic Bullet has recently re-introduced their popular Denoiser plugin, a great filter for reducing digital distortion in video. We bring you all the details on this new release and make suggestions for other popular digital noise reduction plugins.
Last week, Avid Technology released Avid Studio for iPad, now available for $4.99 in the App Store. This app release ends Apple iMovie’s pseudo-monopoly on tablet-based video editing. With the two apps currently at the same price, we thought it’d be an interesting exercise to compare the two side-by-side.
No doubt by now you’ve heard a bit about the new Thunderbolt technology by, a collaboration effort between Apple and Intel in 2011 for Apple’s new line of MacBook Pro laptops (as well as MacBook Air, Mac mini and iMac)—and though the hype and performance boost have editors drooling, a year later, adoption could still be a ways off for many users.