by Pixel Film Studios Bite sized video tutorials for Final Cut Pro X! Whether you’re just starting out, or you’ve been editing videos for years, we hope Pixel Film Studios 200 videos will teach you something new. They even have a playlist of more than three dozen quick tips! Stay tuned for more tutorials being […]Read more "Pixel Film Studios Presents: 200 Comprehensive Video Tutorials for FCPX"
BY SC LANNOM, Studiobinder What is the best video editing app? How do you know without first understanding your needs, your goals, and your device? Many video editing apps may only be available for specific platforms. Apps that work on an iPad or iPhone (iOS) may not work on an Android device. Some apps work with […]Read more "Best Video Editing Apps for iOS & Android"
By Logan Baker, Shutterstock Are you getting started in film-making or video editing? Consider these free editing programs to round out your toolkit and improve your creative workflow. If you’re just starting out in your editing, videography, or directing career, you might feel overwhelmed by the seemingly endless programs, techniques, and types of videos out […]Read more "The Best Free Video Editing Programs"
by Amy Horton Filmmaking has become a mobile operation and having a capable app on your phone makes life so much easier. While many iPhone owners still use iMovie (the OG video-editing app from Apple), there are tons of additional free apps you can utilize. Here are some favorites. Click here to read more detail […]Read more "Favorite (Free) Video Editing Apps for your iPhone"
by Bryan Haines Free GoPro Editing Software: 7 Options Before we get started, I want to qualify the programs on this list. To be listed, they must offer a “free forever” version. Some of these programs are available for free with a premium upgrade. But there is no trial software included in the list. How are these programs […]Read more "7 Best Free GoPro Editing Software Options"
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"
Juyly 8, 2014 By Spencer Knuttila, Toolfarm This video will teach you how to take some free film burns and create simple and attractive film burn transitions in Apple Final Cut Pro X, iMovie, and/or Adobe Premiere Pro. Click Here for the Free DownloadsRead more "Free Film Burn Transitions in FCPX, iMovie, & Premiere"
June 30, 2012 by Philip Bloom *Note: I’ve been working with my GoPro Hero for a year now, and a friend also just recently bought the Hero 2. He’s a pilot and had great fun tacking his (and mine!) onto the wings of his plane. However, we were disappointed at the footage once we came […]Read more "Very Impressive Rolling-Shutter Fix"
December 12, 2010 by Gizmodo At last, there’s a new version of iLife. It’s got all new, enhanced versions of the major apps. They’re pretty fancy looking, and they’ve got a whole bag of new tricks, like automagic movie trailers. The goal is for “mere mortals” to be able to do advanced video editing. And […]Read more "iLife ’11: The Best New Tricks in iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand"
October 18, 2010 by David Chartier, Macworld.com We know for a fact that the next major release of Mac OS X will play a prominent role in Apple’s October 20 press event. The company told us as much when it sent out invitations for next week’s event on Wednesday. But an event dubbed “Back to […]Read more "Imagining iLife ’11"