Is it our misguided impression, or are there more cracking tutorials out there for Final Cut Pro X than any other NLE? True or not, we thought we would list some good ones from the last few days.
Recording a voice into Final Cut Pro X got easier with the update to 10.1.2. The rehomed Macbreak Studio guys take a look at what's new and we also include Steve Martin's new 5 minute FCPX tutorial on music editing.
Can't believe it's nearly time for IBC and that means it's also nearly time for the Amsterdam Supermeet. Top of the bill so far are the two editors working on the new Star Wars film.
Cast your mind back a year or two ago and it seemed as if everybody & their dogs were releasing light flares. Tangent has gone one step further and released a pack of flares on steroids! Did we mention we have a coupon code too?
Alex Snelling and 10 dot 1 have just published a new version of their PDF which details the many different workflow scenarios when using Final Cut Pro X. So how much has 10.1.2 changed things?
This is something that we don't really do, trail an article, but this time it's well worth it. How the Tour de France was edited on FCPX for UK broadcast television.
A day to lock away the credit cards, Apple has just announced updates to the 13 and 15 inch range of Retina MacBook Pros.
We first saw the mTape LTO box from mLogic demonstrated at IBC 2013. The unit is now shipping, offering fast, reliable backups of data using Thunderbolt.
As an addition to their weekly MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin has kicked off a new series of free Final Cut Pro X tutorials. The first episode is all about the Ken Burns effect.
We thought that these excellent FCPX video tutorials and PDF reference chart from FCP.co member T Payton were too good to keep in our Forum. Everything you always wanted to know about sub clips (But were too afraid to ask)
We love smart collections, they are easy to set up and can be very flexible. So how about building smart collections that show used and unused media in an event?
The popular graphic instruction manual 'In the Socks of FCPX' has just had an update. If you like to learn via animated diagrams and can understand French, then this is a very clever and inexpensive reference.