by Idustrial Revolution Ever thought more could be done with the Ken Burns tool in Final Cut Pro X? Want to know some awesome ninja tricks with image moves? In this tutorial we push the Ken Burns tool in Final Cut Pro X to the limit. Variable speed zooms, automatic jump cuts and easy swapping […]Read more "Ninja Ken Burns Techniques in Final Cut Pro X"
by Serge M Learn to add a camera whip transition in Final Cut Pro, without the need to download or install any plugins. The custom transition demonstrated in this video can be done directly in Final Cut Pro, without the need to download or install any custom plugins. The transition is achieved by using the […]Read more "Camera Whip Transitions for FCPX"
by Emilio Takas In this Final Cut Pro X Tutorial, I show you how can you create one of my favorite techniques, the Dolly Zoom or Vertigo Effect. You can use this effect in your drone or gimbal shots and will drastically improve your footage. Let us know how you like this tutorial in the […]Read more "Tutorial: Dolly Zoom (Vertigo) Effect in Final Cut Pro X"
by Enis from Reverse Cuts This Free Professional Video Editor Preset Pack contains 40+ Effects, Transitions, Overlays and Luts. It also has BONUS Sound Effects!This pack was created and gathered by Enis from Reverse Cuts. Grab this FREE pack and become a professional video editor with these easy to use – drag and drop presets.Read more "FREE “Professional Video Editor” Preset Pack For Premiere Pro"
by Hollywood Camera Work LLC In this video we check out Green Screener. This app allows you to see what parts of your green screen are too light, too dark, and perfect. This will allow you to make sure you get an even light and everything looks great. See demonstration video at http://www.hollywoodcamerawork.com This app […]Read more "The Green Screener App"
by Nik Dpred So here’s 25 well-crafted useful and customisable titles, lower thirds, and text holders for FCPX… Check ’em and download here.Read more "How Does 25 Free FCPX Titles Sound?"
by Larry Jordan With the release of macOS Mojave (10.14), Apple is continuing its conversion to 64-bit applications that it first began many years ago. In the next major version of macOS afterMojave, this conversion will affect media which relies on older 32-bit codecs. We are all used to applications which may not be compatible with […]Read more "Don’t Lose Access to Older Media in macOS"