BY BRAD OLSEN In 2011 Apple released Final Cut Pro X shocking millions of video editors. Apple ended Final Cut Pro (FCP7) as we knew it and started over with a brand new video editing application: Final Cut Pro X. The disruption from this change is still being felt by the film, television, and video industries […]Read more "‘Off The Tracks’ Aims to Clear the Air"
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"
April 7, 2015 By Aaron Williams, Premiumbeat Keeping a project clean and organized is essential. Spend less time searching for assets and more time editing. In this post, we share organization tips and a free project file. If you’re going to call yourself a professional, you should work like a professional. An insanely disorganized project […]Read more "“Keeping Your Video Editing Projects Organized” by Aaron Williams"
November 3, 2014 by Digital Anarchy Ya know, you just can’t be a good serial killer if the lights are always on. You practically have to be an electrician these days to go on a good killing spree. Luckily for you, there’s Flicker Freak. Flicker Freak allows you to add horror-like flicker to your video. […]Read more "FREE Flicker Freak plugin for After Effects and Premiere, FCP7/X"
September 24, 2014 We opened this poll one year ago with staggering results leaning greatly towards Final Cut Pro 7 as the major NLE of choice amongst our viewers. Now, one year later, we want to open up this poll again to see which way you are leaning. Have you given Final Cut Pro X […]Read more "What’s your Editing Software of choice?"
August 7, 2014 by Larry Jordan Editing guru Larry Jordan writes a post on why Apple Final Cut Pro 7 users might want to consider switching to Adobe Premiere Pro. He writes, “From my point of view, Adobe has modeled recent versions of Premiere Pro after Final Cut Pro 7; extending it to run efficiently […]Read more "Why Premiere Pro Looks and Behaves a Lot Like Apple Final Cut Pro 7"
December 10, 2013 by PBS.org via FCP.co When we saw this PBS survery over the weekend, we were very pleased to see how Final Cut Pro dominated the post production section. We were even happier when we saw that we could embed it here on FCP.co. At last, some rock solid indication of how Final […]Read more "PBS survey shows more people using Final Cut Pro than all the NLEs put together"
November 20, 2013 by fcproxuniversity.com Ben Balser is your host for these templates, resources and tutorials. He is an Apple Certified Master Trainer, producer, consultant, composer, author, post-production specialist. He runs the Cajun Cutters FCP users group, teaches FCP at LA State Univ. and produces educational material for macProVideo.com and Moviola.com. FREE Video Tutorials: FCP […]Read more "Check out these (free) FCPX templates, resources and tutorials…"
October 16, 2013 by I often get asked by coworkers or colleagues, “What are the main differences between FCP7 and Premiere Pro?” And the truth is, there are a lot of similarities between the two applications, but there are also a ton of little differences. This video features 10 things that I think any new […]Read more "10 Things Final Cut 7 Switchers Should Know about Premiere Pro CC"