by Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com Image Capture is fast, secure, flexible… and free! In Larry Jordan’s weekly newsletter, he illustrated a process to quickly and securely transfer photos or video from an iPhone to a Mac using Image Capture. While many of us use AirDrop, Apple’s free utility, Image Capture, provides the following benefits: Faster file transfers due […]Read more "How To: Quickly Transfer iPhone Media"
By David Nield Since its launch in 2007, Dropbox has become one of the most popular platforms for fast and efficient file syncing between computers and the cloud. You can use it to keep files up-to-date across multiple computers, collaborate with other people, and back up your most important information. But are you really using Dropbox to its full potential? […]Read more "Essential Dropbox Tools You Might be Missing"
by easeus.com Applies To: iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad mini; MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, and iMac Pro As you know, it’s no doubt that you can transfer files from Mac to your iPad without the help of third-party software, because the iTunes installed on your Mac enables you to do it. However, […]Read more "How to Transfer Files from Mac to iPad (etc-) with/without iTunes for Free"
by Casey Faris, Ground Control Keep Your Media Sorted During Ingest In this quick tutorial, Casey will show you a little tip for staying organized while copying media as a Digital Imaging Technician… Here’s another interesting and more involved article from NoFilmSchool on Digital Imaging Technicians.Read more "Quick DIT Organization Tips"
by ilgattohanuovecode.it Motion 5 roundtrip from Final Cut Pro X What is Final cut to Motion? Final cut to motion is a free app for sending the whole timeline from Final Cut to Motion. Just export your project as .fcpxml (File > Export XML), upload it here and download a motion project. Supports: Video Clips […]Read more "Final Cut to Motion, Round-tripped FREE!"
December 2, 2015 by Alex4D Andreas Kiel, the XML expert who makes many useful film production tools has written a useful primer on Final Cut Pro X plugin locations. Read this as a first step in understanding why even though you have two Macs with the same plugins installed, when you move a project from one […]Read more "Missing Final Cut Pro X plugins when moving projects between Macs?"
September 10, 2015 by Red Giant Red Giant Partners with Automatic Duck to Make Project Transfer Between Host Apps and Locations a Dream Automatic Duck Ximport AE. From Final Cut Pro X to After Effects. Automatic Duck Media Copy 4.0. Clean transfers and backup of project media. Simple, comprehensive, effective. Extensive set of features and […]Read more "Make Project Transfer Between Host Apps and Locations a Dream (Move projects directly from FCPX to AE, with ease!)"
October 2, 2014 by Infinit I’m Baptiste, co-founder of a Paris-based startup called Infinit (https://infinit.io/). I thought you could be interested in our product regarding the editorial on your blog. Infinit is a beautiful peer-to-peer file-sharing application that allows sending unlimited size in just a matter of seconds through a single drag & drop. It […]Read more "Infinit: Send files to people, with more serenity than ever"
December 26, 2011 by Mac OS Hints It’s worth noting USB 3 devices are faster, even with USB 2. Here’s something you may find interesting. While Mac’s don’t support USB 3 yet, USB 3 is backwards compatible with USB 2, which is what recent Mac’s have. USB 3 used in under USB 2 conditions […]Read more "USB3 on a Mac?"
November 9, 2011 by Wes Plate of Automatic Duck Wes Plate of Automatic Duck has moved onto a new job with Adobe and has made the Automatic Duck software for transfering between NLE’s and After Effects – Pro Import AE, Pro Export FCP and Pro Import FCP – free. Thanks Wes! And good luck on […]Read more "Automatic Duck Products Now Available as Free Downloads"