Posts Tagged ‘fcpx’
CTRL+Console is an iPad based video editing controller. Speed up your FInal Cut Pro or Premiere Pro video edits by using the intuitive controls in the app!
Creating a Ken Burns effect in Final Cut Pro X is simple! Using the built-in Ken Burns effect you can automate keyframes, applying quick animations to your photos and video clips.
Learn how to quickly reconnect files in Final Cut Pro X – an essential tip for video editors testing out stock or production music in their projects before buying.
Which video editing application is best for you? Let’s look at a few considerations when choosing between the popular pro app: Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer, and Adobe Premiere Pro.
Be a Final Cut Pro X rockstar! Check out these terrific online resources for the best FCPX tutorials, tips and tricks.
In this post, we’ve rounded up the bestFREE apps and workflow tips for transcoding your AVCHD (.mts) files for video editing.
Cinemagraphs are gaining 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.
Want to streamline your video editing deliverable process? FCPX gives you the option to export your project as a bundle, creating multiple files and versions with 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.