November 13, 2013 by Larry Jordan A question I get asked frequently is how to improve export speeds from Final Cut Pro X. This varies, depending upon a variety of conditions, but here are five tips you can use to speed things up. 1. Optimize media. Renders and exports are significantly faster when using optimized […]Read more "FCP X: 5 Tips to Faster Exports"
October 25, 2012 by Michael Zhang, PetaPixel Don’t worry Canon 5D Mark III shooters: Canon didn’t forget about you after all. Less than a week after announcing a highly-requested firmware update to the Canon 1D X to address AF complaints, Canon has revealed that a similar — but even better — update is also coming […]Read more "Don’t worry Canon 5D Mark III shooters…"
August 16, 2012 By Rarevision This past weekend, I had the opportunity to use Guy’s new Canon 5DM3. Its a beautiful camera, however, when I attempted to load the footage into MStreamCliper, FCP7 Log and Transfer, Compressor or Grinder to convert the native h264 to ProRes422LT– all apps would crash. After some research, I was […]Read more "Canon 5D Markiii to FinalCut Pro 7: 5DtoRGB Lite"
February 23, 2012 [ This article was first published in the May, 2010, issue of Larry’s Monthly Final Cut Studio Newsletter. Click here to subscribe. ] With the release of Final Cut Pro 7, Apple increased the number of ProRes versions from two to five: ProRes 422 Proxy ProRes 422 LT ProRes 422 ProRes 422 […]Read more "Picking the Right Version of ProRes"
August 6, 2011 By Ben Balser, EventDV Cut Lines DSLRs are becoming very popular with some event videographers. They take nice HD video images, but they capture them in highly compressed formats that don’t lend themselves well to native editing. This month, we’ll look specifically at the Canon EOS workflow since Canon has released […]Read more "Canon DSLR Workflow in Final Cut Studio 3"