March 17, 2011 By Scott Simmons, StudioDaily A couple of weeks ago I came across a YouTube Final Cut Pro tutorial about how to edit a music video. It popped up in my RSS feed, as the “tutorial” was embedded on a website. As one who often edits music videos and is always looking to […]Read more "Beware of (Some) YouTube FCP Tutorial Videos"
March 4, 2011 by Digital Heaven This free, time-limited beta version is fully functioning and adds many new features including the option of printing clips inside sequences, support for colored markers and the ability to load items directly from projects currently open in Final Cut Pro 7. Other new features and enhancements include: Completely redesigned […]Read more "Final Print 2.0 Public Beta. Free, for now…"
December 8, 2010 by VideoMaker.com Color Correction There are times when the color of the footage you have to edit is less than ideal. There are other times when it’s downright bad. Fortunately, many editing applications have a color corrector tool that will turn discolored footage into well-matched, white balanced shots. There are occasions […]Read more "Editing Tip: Color Correction"
November 8, 2010 by Richard Harrington, Final Cut Help I am always on the lookout for things that can make my life easier… sleep in a can, comfortable shoes, great software. If you use Final Cut Pro and After Effects… do I have a find for you! I just finished a new book called Video […]Read more "Move Projects from FCP to AE Seamlessly (and Free!)"
November 6, 2010 By Scott Simmons, Studio Daily Along the same lines as the recent useful tool Clip Info Titler is another option that can achieve a similar result: TCR Plus from Spherico. Like Clip Info Titler, TCR Plus uses Final Cut Pro’s super handy XML export and import capabilities to add a filter to […]Read more "More Useful Tools for FCP Editors: TCR Plus"
October 5, 2010 Posted by Michael Murie, http://notesonvideo.blogspot.com/ Officially, Final Cut Pro doesn’t support the media files produced by DLSRs like the Canon 7D or Nikon D90. That’s not entirely true; you can import those files into a Final Cut project without doing conversion, and add them to a Timeline quite happily. The annoying part […]Read more "Avoiding Final Cut’s Rendering"
November 3, 2010 by DC Metro’s Final Cut Pro’s Twixtor v. FCP Speed VIDEO: New & Improved Animating Heart Rate Graphic in Motion Animating Heart Rate Graphic in Motion VIDEO: Roundtripping to Color VIDEO: Prepping Your Sequence for Color A Sound Start – Camcorder, Mic and Mixer Creating Slideshows in FCP Sony PMW-Ex1 Post Workflow […]Read more "Some More FCP Tutorials"