And you thought your first $4.99 spend of today would be a sandwich at lunchtime! Possibly not as everybody in the FCP.co office this morning has been busy downloading the new Photoshop Touch app onto their phones. It's going to be popular.
No it's not the first of April, plugin behemoth GenArts' new venture aims to give consumers access to a cloud based 'looks & VFX package' via their mobile phone or social media websites. Are we on the brink of cat videos with Sapphire?
A frustrating day. We have two stories to publish and yes they both feature Vimeo videos. As the Vimeo webpages are currently down and now embedded videos don't work, we wonder how reliant we are on video hosting sites.
Editing just won't be the same now that The Edit Button has been released. Automate your editing with this very simple GUI based editor, or maybe is this automation gone too far?
Apple today previewed Mountain Lion, the new version of the Mac operating system. If you're not a developer you are going to have to wait until the end of the summer for the new cat to arrive.
A quick reaction from Avid to the release of FCPX 10.0.3 - they have launched Avid for the iPad! Yes could this be Avid's sign of moving into the iMovie/FCPX market?
Over the last week we have seen a few videos that we have featured here on FCP.co pulled from the two big video sites. Removed for different reasons, but users should remember you are broadcasting to the world.
From today videos can be tagged with a Creative Commons licence. Does this mean YouTube becomes a free stock footage library?
So you want to do some live multicamera switching on location? As long as you've got wifi and four friends with iPhones or iPads then Collabracam makes it easy. We know the FCP question that will follow!
GoPro are used to riding waves, well they made them by purchasing CineForm, and here's a great tutorial of their new software bundle at work, providing a superb visualisation of how to fix convergence. Will we see this 'more iMovie' than Firstlight GUI/engine power Neo3D for FCP?
We have had a look at immersive video environments here before at FCP.co, but we didn't expect to find an iPhone recording 360 degrees! The GoPano micro just clips onto your phone and enables you to record your whole surroundings so you can do the panning after the movie has been shot.
At the moment this is designed to process the very bad amateur handycam footage online. The before and after processing videos are worth a watch though.
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