By Logan Baker | Shutterstock Thanks to the NLE’s robust built-in features and effects, Final Cut Pro X is a user-friendly application through and through. Of course, unlocking the full potential of FCPX takes time and patience. Fortunately, resources exist that can make the process easier. With that in mind, here’s a list of a few helpful Final Cut […]Read more "Final Cut Pro: 15 Essential Tutorials"
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 Motion Array Hi guys this is Jordan with Motion Array and welcome to our Complete After Effects Course For Beginners. We’re going to be going through the program and getting you up to up to speed so that you can start using it on your own. And the best part is that you can learn […]Read more "Learn After Effects In 1 Hour!"
November 29, 2013 by Denver Riddle, Color Grading Central Denver Riddle is a right brain person. so he loves creativity, loves challenging himself with analytical problems and that’s probably why he loves color grading becasue it strikes a blance between technology and creativity. He’s a working colorist and we hope that you will gain valuable […]Read more "Color Grading (Tuts) in Final Cut Pro X, Da Vinci Resolve and Black Magic"
March 19, 2013 by VinoVenitas Learning After Effects? Wanna do something like this…? Here’s a really cool special effects video as well as all the tutorials that went into making it, all in one spot. Ok I used more than a few tuts to make this one, each tut has been included in a little place […]Read more "How to Create a Floating Interface in After Effects"
August 19, 2012 by Digital Heaven Everyone working with video needs to view movies and when the built-in OS X player isn’t enough, what do you turn to? We’re pleased to announce the release of Pro Player, a brand new QuickTime player designed for professional content creators and motion graphics designers. With its beautifully designed […]Read more "Introducing (A Cool!) Pro Player by Digital Heaven"
August 7, 2012 by ijailbreak.com You know you’ve always wanted to control your computer using air gestures, just like how Iron Man does, or Tom Cruise in Minority Report. Flicking through all those software’s, pages and zooming in on stuff are some of the things that you can accomplish using the LEAP Motion dongle. LEAP […]Read more "LEAP Motion: ‘Minority Report’ Style Interface For Mac/Windows"
August 4, 2011 by J.R. Bookwalter, MacLife Apple unleashed a firestorm of controversy following the release of Final Cut Pro X, with professional video editors up in arms over missing features and the inability to open legacy project files. As it turns out, some of the so-called “missing features” are simply tucked away in […]Read more "How to Make Final Cut Pro X More Like Final Cut Pro 7"
May 22, 2011 by Zak Ray, Editor & Videographer A nice list of downloadable charts licensed under Creative Commons, so you are free to modify, duplicate, and distribute them as much as you like, as long as you do not sell them for profit or remove the Creative Commons license / author credit. A complete […]Read more "A collection of post-production resources"
September 15, 2010 by Whitson Gordon, Macworld.com iTunes 10 saves some screen space by making the title bar smaller and arranging the close, minimize, and maximize buttons vertically instead of horizontally. Some iTunes users appreciate this arrangement, but others seem to hate it. If you’re among the latter, an anonymous MacOSXHints reader knows how to […]Read more "Restore the old iTunes interface"