In his latest software review, Oliver Peters takes a look at four different plugins from Digital Anarchy. From skin smoothing to removing flicker, each plugin in Final Cut Pro X and Motion performs a task of improving or mending video footage.
Ever wanted to time your Final Cut Pro X exports exactly? Now you can with ChronoX, an app that means you don't have to sit there with a stopwatch!
Show 10 is upon us and we have a great lineup. We will be talking about Post Production World Online - including how to enter the sweepstake to win a ticket. We also find out how quickly kids adapt to filmmaking using iOS devices and FCPX through The Orphaned Starfish Foundation.
For two days, there are free sessions running at Post Production World Online that are dedicated to the Apple ecosystem for filmmakers. To watch, all you have to do is register!
Today Frame.io has announced an update to its popular online video review service. It has also made the beta of their new Transfer app available.
The live show is back... Almost! Our rehearsal that wasn't meant to be a rehearsal went live and it was a lot of fun. Above is the cutdown version, the whole show (swear words and all) is in the article below. Enjoy!.
Aimed at those who might have more time on their hands and want to learn new skills, or editors who need to work from home, Apple has extended the free trial period for Final Cut Pro X and made a free trial for Logic Pro X.
Five years on from the launch of Color Finale for Final Cut Pro X, we have the announcement of the upcoming V2.1 update.
Popular iOS editing app LumaFusion from Luma Touch has added FCPX XML export, which means projects can be transferred to Final Cut Pro X in seconds.
Pro Color Monitor is a new standalone app that allows an editor to use false colour in a video or photo editing application. The false colour shows which way the color correction controls should be adjusted to remove casts for a perfect white balance.
To be accurate, it won four awards! Not the Oscars PR night Apple might have wanted, but a win is a win.
When Mike Matzdorff writes to you saying you should check out a new piece of software, you know it is going to work well. He's been using an audio noise reduction plugin from Klevgrand called Brusfri