by Nicole Haddock, Freelance Editor at Henninger Media Services For those of you who are like, “errr, light leaks?”, it’s basically a video clip with a black background whereupon light leaks into frame, even the entire frame. Dead useful for transitions, or adding a little jazz to a boring photo. These are most useful in […]Read more "Editor’s Toolbox: I Need that Light Leak! edition by Nicole Haddock"
by Casey Faris In this video, you’ll see how Casey organizes his footage and projects. Follow these organization tips so you won’t lose things and can find all your media later.Read more "Having Trouble Organizing Your Media?"
by FCPXFree.com Free tutorials for learning about Final Cut Pro X. You browse tutorials by function ie: Color Correction, by clicking on one of the tags at the left side of the screen. Click here to learn. Examples: Audio Cross-fades in Final Cut Pro X Backgrounds and Generators for Creating Effects in Final Cut Pro […]Read more "Free tutorials for learning about Final Cut Pro X"
October 30, 2015 by Digital Anarchy Got an infestation of zombies in your video? Diseased mutants? Someone you just don’t like? Ugly Box has you covered. Based on the award-winning Beauty Box skin retouching technology for video and photos, this plugin takes Beauty Box and flips it upside down. Allowing you to make your talent […]Read more "Ugly Box: Free Halloween Plugin Treat from Digital Anarchy"
October 27, 2015 By Michael Maher, Premiumbeat It’s been five years since Apple last updated Final Cut Pro 7. Let’s take a look at how video production and other NLEs have changed since. Five years ago, Apple released 7.0.3 — the final update to Final Cut Pro 7. That year, the BP Oil spill in the […]Read more "It’s Time to Stop Editing in Final Cut Pro 7"
August 27, 2015 by Larry Jordan I don’t think there is anyone outside of Apple who knows what all the icons, symbols and alerts in Final Cut Pro X are, much less what they mean. Still, I had some extra time this weekend and decided to put together an illustrated list. So, here are more than 50 […]Read more "An Illustrated List of Icons, Symbols and Alerts in Final Cut Pro X"
August 25, 2015 by fcp.co Use the generator directly in Final Cut Pro X Yes this is possible and probably the quickest way to get the maps (and background generators) into FCPX. Simply put your animating globe of choice onto a timeline in iMovie. Here for the example we have put three back to back, […]Read more "Getting iMovie world travel maps into Final Cut Pro X"