by Bavegung Are you a video creator? You’re great with your visuals, but not so much on the audio-side of editing? We’ll show you how to easily make your voice guide sound better with tools that you ALREADY HAVE in your editing software: Expander – Any professional editing software has a tool called ‘Expander’, and […]Read more "How to Make Your Voice Sound Better in Premiere Pro"
by Michele Yamazaki, Toolfarm At Toolfarm, we have a massive ongoing list of noteworthy audio freebies that we’d like to share with you. Some get shared sooner than others and some fall through the cracks. Today, we’re going to share a symphony of goodies! 1 Tokyo Dawn TDR Kotelnikov (Compressor) Platform: Mac | WindowsFormats: VST | AAX | […]Read more "10 Free Audio Plug-ins!"
by Apple Apple has recently announced a discounted bundle of Pro Apps for educational users. Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4, and MainStage 3 are available for just $199.99 for educational use. Just in time, after Adobe recently upped their monthly subscription prices… Final Cut Pro X Final Cut Pro X […]Read more "A Discounted Bundle of Apple Pro Apps for Educational Users!"
Levelator adjusts the audio levels within your podcast or other audio file for variations from one speaker to the next, for example. It’s not a compressor, normalizer or limiter although it contains all three. It’s much more than those tools, and it’s much simpler to use. The UI is dirt-simple: Drag-and-drop any WAV or AIFF […]Read more "Levelator: Auto-Adjusts Audio Levels, Free"
April 21, 2015 by Apple Apple has published their user guides into iBooks. It’s a great way to get access to the manuals for FCPX, Motion and Compressor. Here’s everything you need to know about the features and controls in Final Cut Pro X, in a handy digital format. Get to know Final Cut Pro […]Read more "Final Cut Pro X 10.2 The User Guide, as a Free iBook"
September 15, 2014 by Noam Kroll There is a Massive Quality Difference Between FCP X & Premiere Pro – Guess Which One Is Far Better At Compression? Cinematographer and editor Noam Kroll tests out video compression using the same settings on both Apple Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro. He writes, “On a […]Read more "Is Final Cut Pro X or Premiere Pro Better at Compression?"
June 17, 2014 by Larry Jordan Ever wonder what this checkbox does in Compressor? Me, too. So, I went on Apple’s website and learned: Frame reordering is the concept of allowing frames to be decompressed in a different order than their display order. For almost all cases, leave this box […]Read more "COMPRESSOR 4: What Is Frame Blending?"
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 22, 2012 by Larry Jordan [ This article was first published in the January, 2011, issue of Larry’s Monthly Final Cut Studio Newsletter. Click here to subscribe. Updated Jan. 15, 2012 adding information about FCP X and Compressor 4. ] One of the features in both Final Cut Pro X and Final […]Read more "FCP 7 and FCPX: Compressing Video For YouTube"
May 22, 2011 by Zak Ray, Editor & Videographer A nice list of downloadable charts licensed under Creative Commons, so you are free to modify, duplicate, and distribute them as much as you like, as long as you do not sell them for profit or remove the Creative Commons license / author credit. A complete […]Read more "A collection of post-production resources"