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FCP news is a bit thin in this FCP7 to FCPX watershed time. We could repost one of the cloned blogs about FCPX from any of the 1700 editors that attended the SuperMeet. We could post one of the many CineStyle Canon 5D Vimeo tryout reels. Nope, we have decided to go for originality with a rap about FCP. Just remember where you saw it first :)

It all started with the ProRes Maker rap video, that went on to have huge coverage amongst FCP blogs and still appears in Twitter streams. Our favourite tongue-in cheek video though has been the short but funny Avid v FCP commercial.

We have a new challenger to the crown of humorous editing video on FCP.co  Step up Wedontgiveafrak with Final Cut Pro: A Day in the Life.

FCPX & MOTION TUTORIAL PICKS

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    War on Keyframes - Speed up Your Workflow in FCPX Now!

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  • Recreating the Rogue One Movie Title in Final Cut Pro X

    Recreating the Rogue One Movie Title in Final Cut Pro X

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  • Demystifying Final Cut Pro XMLs by Philip Hodgetts and Gregory Clarke

    Demystifying Final Cut Pro XMLs by Philip Hodgetts and Gregory Clarke

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  • Final Cut Pro X Fincher Style Part One

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    Working out how to edit large camera media such as 6K in the correct resolution and aspect ratio for delivery can be a nightmare. Robin Moran has done the maths and has figured out how to keep the quality and flexibility up in FCPX when shooting overscan and cropping a centre extraction. Read More
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