by Larry Jordan Tilt-shift blurs create the illusion of depth of field, along with other interesting visual effects, by emulating in software a special kind of camera lens called a “tilt/shift lens.” What’s interesting to me is that we can emulate the effect of these lenses in Final Cut. When applied to high-wide shots, this creates […]Read more "Tutorial: Create a Tilt-Shift Blur in FCPX without Plug-Ins"
by Shot by Myles Double Exposure for video on FCPX! The GOATs such as Ryan Nangle have blazed the trail for this type of stuff but I felt I could add a small twist here and there and make it more comprehensive than most.Read more "Cool Double Exposure Tricks for Final Cut Pro"
by Ryan Nangle Here’s a number of free film Effects for Final Cut Pro X from Ryan Nangle! – 12 Preset 8mm film effects – 4 Dust effects– 9 Film burn effects– Each customizable for a unique look Free download: https://sellfy.com/p/lo7uio/ Full Pack: https://sellfy.com/p/ku4x95/ To install, save the downloaded folder in you Motion Templates – Effects folder. Or […]Read more "Free 8mm Film Effects Pack for Final Cut Pro X"
by Shot by Myles Double Exposure for video on FCPX! The GOATs such as Ryan Nangle have blazed the trail for this type of stuff but I felt I could add a small twist here and there and make it more comprehensive than most.Read more "Final Cut Pro Tutorial: 3 Cool Double Exposure Tricks"
by Bret Williams Join Bret Williams from BretFX for look at some best practices when incrementing project versions in Apple Final Cut Pro X. Learn when and how to use snapshots, duplicates, and compound clips to quickly, safely and efficiently address project versioning and client changes in a fictional show called Outdoor Explorer. Bret will […]Read more "Apple FCPX: Using Snapshots for Project Versioning"
by Carsten Ress via Inside Tips I was looking for a way to export subtitles (in a closed captions format) from FCP X as text, send it to translation, then import it back again as subtitles. I found this workaround that saved me a lot of time. Export the subtitles as an SRT File Change […]Read more "Export & Translate Subtitles in Apple Final Cut Pro X"
by BretFX In this tutorial you’ll learn how to use drop zones in FCPX without getting the dreaded freeze frame or still frame! Learn how to use precisely the region or portion of the clip you want in the drop zone, adjust it after the fact by using compound clips, avoid the dreaded freeze frame, […]Read more "Final Cut Pro Drop Zones Demystified"