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First of all we would like to wish a very Happy New Year to all our readers. Secondly we thought it would be a good time for a brief look back at the most popular articles of 2011.

We have had an amazing year, we have had to upgrade our hosting facilities 3 times to deal with the month on month increase in traffic. We don't want to stop either and we will continue to strive to be the best Final Cut Pro website on the internet.

We've got a feeling that the next couple of weeks are going to be a busy time for us editors, we're back to work after the holiday break and we know that nothing really newsworthy happens in that 'Chrimbo Limbo.' That's not our phrase but one we saw a colleague quote on Facebook. Not the funniest, that went to our friend Tim who said his New Year's resolution was going to be 2560 x 1600! We think there is a fair ammount of FCPX news waiting to surface and let's not forget Apple have publically stated an update will arrive soon.

But before we get stuck into 2012, let's take a look back at the top ten articles (by views) right here on FCP.co, not all of them are about FCPX..

Looking back he might have been right or wrong but Larry certainly stirred things up with this now legendary quotation before FCPX was released.

 

An article from Alex Snelling showing us that the features we want in FCPX are actually there.

 

Still the best runthough and design concept explanation of FCPX we have seen anywhere -if you ignore the rather odd backdrop!

 

Simply the best free tutorials for colour grading in FCPX that you will find online. Written by our friend Denver Riddle from Color Grading Central.

 

Edgar Rothermich's brilliant graphic manual for FCPX has gone on to sell many copies. A very fresh approach to learning software.

 

Kind of does what it says on the tin.

 

Another article by Alex, this time we are talking about Final Cut Pro 7.

 

This short but brilliant video went viral on many big Mac websites after we first discovered it.

 

We host the largest list of free effects and templates for FCPX and Motion and this project has to be one of the best. A gorgeous old photo album template from Robbert-Jan van der Does.

 

Would any list be complete without one of these? Great fun and a lot ended up being true!

 

What will our list for 2012 look like in a years time?