The recent FCPX 'focused' meeting of the Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group was a sell-out. Even the waiting list had to be closed! One of the highlights was a detailed presentation of how Final Cut Pro X works with a narrative workflow.

If you couldn't get a ticket for the recent LACPUG meeting, you missed out- A whole night dedicated to FCPX including presentations from Apple.

We cant show those here, but we can show Sam Mestman, Patrick Southern and Gergana Angelova's presentation on narrative workflow with 10.3

They demonstrate automated syncing, organisation, and renaming, as well as automated Pro Tools input and Wide color gamut management for DCP render and delivery.

Featured of course is a Jellyfish, the portable shared storage solution from Lumaforge. Don't forget you can get 10% off a Jellyfish or any Lumaforge product by mentioning FCP.co. (And that could be thousands of dollars!)

 

As always, thanks to the trio of presenters and Michael Horton for hosting the event and publishing the video.