There is no doubt that the introduction of video shooting DSLRs has revolutionised the industry. Final Cut Pro X is perfect for the photographer who wants to get into video production. Calumet are running one day courses for 'hands on' DSLR & FCPX workflow. We also have a coupon code for discount.
With more and more of us shooting RAW images on DSLRs, what is the best way to handle them in FCPX? With a bit of help from Photoshop, this new episode of MacBreak Studio shows us how.
FCPX is very quick when it comes to editing, but sharing can take its time depending on what you are sending and to where. Ben Balser has a handy tip to let you know when a share has finished.
It's been a while since we featured a presentation from the LACPUG here on FCP.co. This is a good one, Sam Mestman from Lumaforge takes the audience through a 4K RED workflow on Final Cut Pro X.
So you've finished your edit in FCPX, how do you archive off a project for safe storage? In this new episode of MacBreak Studio we look at the correct way to make sure a project will come back to life in the future.
Want to learn Final Cut Pro X but can't get to or haven't got the time to attend an authorised training centre? The author of the official FCPX training book, Diana Weynand is now offering a live certified course online. We've also got a coupon code for 30% discount and a free place to give away!
A slightly cryptic headline for this new episode of MacBreak Studio, but indeed, our duo of Steve and Mark make a DVDless DVD. See how they perform this FCPX magic trick after the break!
With not much news on a quiet Monday, we thought that it was a good opportunity to take a look at the best free Final Cut Pro X tutorials that have been published this month.
In this week's episode of MacBreak Studio we go back to basics, but with a twist. Learn how to replace media when you want to match action in the middle of a clip.
Making good tutorials is a lot harder than it seems. So we are really pleased to see new tutorial maker Ben Consoli kick off a new series of short videos on FCPX.
This week's episode of MacBreak Studio sounds boring, but it contains some amazing demonstartions on how powerful the database can be in FCPX. Well worth a watch and then a rewatch.
We are definitely in the news penumbra of the upcoming NAB show. Good job that the two regulars of Steve and Mark are still cranking out the MacBreak Studios. This week it's all about managing events.
- Sharing Final Cut Pro X Projects between editors for a collaborative workflow
- Peachpit publish the second edition of Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X
- A February Final Cut Pro X tutorial roundup and a great Larry Jordan tale
- Exporting the best resolution still images from the timeline in Final Cut Pro X
- Exporting Audio Components & Roles from Final Cut Pro X
- The 200th episode of MacBreak Studio looks at FCPX's interpretation of files
- Visual Storytelling with Final Cut Pro X. A budget online training course
- Colour correcting in FCPX using custom keyboard shortcuts
- Final Cut Pro X and Motion5 tutorial roundup
- Superb walk through tutorials on making trails with Final Cut Pro X on shared storage
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