Posts Tagged ‘apple’
Expect the new Mac Pro to be available to consumers before the end of 2013. At an upcoming Apple event we’ll likely learn a release date and additional product info.
Speed up your video editing with these shortcuts for Final Cut Pro! Commit them to memory to be a more efficient video editor.
Learn a few tricks for color correction in Apple Motion! Lots of good info including how to apply gradient presets and keying for a clean alpha channel.
Apple has announced an update of the new Mac Pro – a revolutionary computing system that dramatically different than any computer they’ve released before. Get the details here.
Be a Final Cut Pro X rockstar! Check out these terrific online resources for the best FCPX tutorials, tips and tricks.
Technology companies often over sell and under deliver. In this quick case study, see how you can apply the principles of honesty and humanity in your own work – winning client trust AND satisfaction.
Got a few minutes to spare while rendering? Check out these 5 sites that can provide quick info or entertainment, perfect for video editors!
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.
New video editing controllers are hitting the market and claim to speed up your post production workflow. In this post, we take a look at two and see if they really make your editing more efficient.
Save time in post! Create presets for Apple Compressor to cover common encoding tasks. In this post, we show you how to make your own and share FREE Compressor presets to get you started.
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.