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 Robbie Janney, Shutterstock Having a hard time understanding the exposure triangle? Keep getting over- or underexposed images? Use this reference guide for a perfectly exposed image. Whether you’re just new to videography or new to cameras all together, getting used to the exposure settings can be tricky. If you change one, it’s going to affect […]Read more "The Videographer’s Exposure Reference Guide"
by Jessica Hische Negotiating incoming project terms over email is difficult for even the well-seasoned professional. I’ve created this handy tool to help you say “no” to free and low-budget work and to help ask for more favorable contract terms before the start of a project. I tried to make it as comprehensive and flexible […]Read more "Jessica’s Interactive Client Email Helper"
December 28, 2015 by Ripple Training RT Leveling Grid We’ve all experienced it at some point. After shooting that gorgeous sunset or landscape, we import the clip into our NLE only to discover that the shot is crooked. RT Leveling Grid is a free Final Cut Pro X plugin that allows you to quickly straighten […]Read more "RT Leveling Grid: Allows You to Quickly Straighten Your Video, Free"
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September 12, 2011 by Adobe This 20 page reference guide was created specifically to help users of Final Cut Pro get up to speed quickly on how to edit with Adobe Premiere Pro CS5. If you’re a longtime Final Cut Pro user, you’ll find that there are many similarities between the two applications; however, there […]Read more "Editing with Adobe® Premiere® Pro CS5 if you’re a Final Cut Pro user"