Posts Tagged ‘Final Cut Pro’
Check out these 3 FREE plugins that offer up useful editing utilities that will save you time in post! Works with the most popular video editing applications.
Adobe Prelude makes it easy to log your video footage, create subclips and rough out video editing sequences. See how integrating this app into your workflow can speed up post production.
In this post, we break down an interesting color grading look used in a recent music video. See how to create a dynamic black and white, split channel color grade WITHOUT 3rd party video editing plugins.
Keep your skills sharp – get the most out of online training. In this post, we’ve rounded up tips to maximize your online learning. Applicable for any industry or profession!
Give your video editing projects a unique retro style with this film grain and light leaks. In this post, we’ve rounded up the best third party film grain and light leaks for video editors.
Discover ClipExporter2, a solution for getting your Final Cut Pro X project files into After Effects. We’ve got the details on the app’s features, where to download, and a video preview to see it in action.
Making a switch to Avid for video editing? In this post, we provide some resources for any editor looking to quickly get up to speed on editing in Avid Media Composer. Tons of useful info!
Apple releases a new update to Final Cut Pro X, their non-linear video editing application. See what changes have been made to make the video editor even more stable and better performing.
Follow this RED to Premiere Pro workflow! Great tips for working with RED files natively in Premiere, modifying metadata and creating unique looks for your footage.
Discover which audio and video editing application processes speed changes the best! In this video example, the most popular apps are put head-to-head to see which most successfully preserves pitch and quality.
Learn about the benefits of optical flow slow motion in Final Cut Pro X! In these tutorials you’ll see how to give your video footage super smooth slow motion.
Final Cut Pro X now supports native support for RED camera files. In this quick video tutorial discover a FCPX RED workflow, including how to import and modify .R3D files and using a RED Rocket card for best performance.