The easiest way to bill this episode of MacBreak Studio would be to say that it's pretty essential viewing if you import media from cards or cameras into FCPX. (Who doesn't?) Many tips from Mark & Steve in this one.
Want more horsepower for your Mac Pro to run Final Cut Pro X and other GPU heavy applications faster? This tutorial shows you how to install a beefy PC GeForce GTX570 HD 2560MB graphics card into your Mac. Adobe fans take note, the CUDA drivers will help speed up Premiere and After Effects.
The guys have fun this week talking about media management in FCPX and how one menu command can solve a lot of problems. You'll have to watch the video to discover how Elvis and 'Poser Media' get a mention.
A lot has been said about the media organisation tools in FCPX, but it is always good to see real life examples in action. In this new episode of Macbreak Studio, we take a look at how quick it can be to get your footage organised.
Steve Martin and Mark Spencer are back, this time they are getting very excited about conforming frame rates directly in FCPX. Some great advice if your camera shoots high frame rates and you want super smooth slomos.
One of the first things we did after downloading Final Cut Pro X for the first time was to run through the effects. It's a slow process to drop effects or transitions onto clips to see what they do, luckily somebody has made video compilations of all the effects, transitions and generators for us.
In our campaign to end bad audio in video productions, this new video tutorial is essential viewing. The audio compressor is a tool that must be mastered if your productions are to go anywhere near broadcast or you just want them to sound a hell of a lot better.
Crikey these guys don't half crank out the mini tutorials! In the second visit to MacBreak Studio this week, the subject is retiming or time stretching audio in Final Cut Pro X without changing the pitch. Also posted is the recent recording of MacBreak Studio Live.