I actually understand what AppleGuru is saying, this is something I have heard from students and users that I have interacted with.
Regarding to the comments to Ripple Training and MotionVFX.
Yes Ripple Training offers really good quality of training how learn the Software, also they have some small Tutorials which are very helpful. Which is good starting point for new users. But going into the heavy Motion Graphics or Visual Effects terrain there is a major lacking of Tutorials or Influencers on the net.
This could be; nobody has taking the challenge or the Apps are not as present then for example After Effects.
For MotionVFX, they produce some really cool "heavy Motion Graphics" templates, I can imagine they are more interested selling the templates than offering the training how to make the animation in Apple Motion.
Now if they offer this knowledge to the public... would Apple Motion have much higher status. Definitely yes!
FCPX.guru wrote: I highly recommend Final Cut Library Manager.
Are they free?
The problem with the video is the wrong OS! lol
Ahhh naming convention and organisation... my favourite subject.
@FCPX.guru I think he mean with Great video as a example for the Project Name that he write above.
We kinda adopted over the years to online delivery and plus added some of our own flavour.
For all our stored delivery we use a client Alias and Unique ID... then the project name, content type, language, resolution and codec. It would look like this.
We did had the discussion to replace the resolution with the aspect ratio.
Nice teaser! Horror my Genre! Have you considered adding Sound FX?
Yeah, I am getting this allot that the color facilities only need a ProRes. But they actually do expect that the RED footage is set in the wanted RAW settings.
Check out your RED RAW Settings before kicking out the ProRes.
Just heads up, you might want to check their Licensing agreement, he had drop them last year.
Since the license is not transferable, the clients wasn't able to hold the license only subscriber.
More for the youtuber, but this was last year maybe it has changed.
From my experience Compressor is a solid Application, I have here better results vs media encoder.
But that said Compressor is still behind when it comes to its feature set.
What are the error messages, maybe we can assist you?
I actually call it Final Cut Pro 10 to specific which version I am on. But I have noticed Final Cut is commonly used. On boards and co FCPX course.
If you look at it that way, Star Wars Episode 7 actually still used allot of human extras in costumes plus CGI. In a way, the Special Effects modeling turned digital.
Black Hawk Down still got its awards and I think nobody noticed what was CGI and wasn't.
My experience with Final Cut Pro X is, the more different formats and resolution you have it is better to transcode ether Proxy or Optimized. Escepcillay for large feature projects.
Actually, I would suggest this in any NLE for better performance
Not sure if something is wrong on my side but, we have noticed that the subrole information doesn't transfer over into Final Cut Pro X.
The main Roles do in fact work. Anybody else having this issue?
I would say this is Adobes iMovie, nothing wrong with it.
3 tracks of video or not, I have documentaries that only used two tracks of video.
I find it interesting to see Adobe going in this direction. Lets see what will come out of the other camps.
Why is this the end of Final Cut Pro X?
Adobe Project Rush looks like iMovie with one major benefit, which still can't believe Apple isn't able to pull this off with there knowledge and infrastructure .
"Access projects from any device and continue editing" This is actually pretty big.
Final Cut Pro 10.4.3 is out with some bug fixes:
Change the "Variance" percentage in your Sequence behavior.
It seems Canon favors Apple ProRes 4444 when using there Cinema RAW Development.