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 Mark Harrison I use these ten FINAL CUT shortcuts/tricks every time I edit. I hope they can help you save loads of time during your editing process! First Level 1 beginner tutorial – https://youtu.be/hNWLw0hiX5Y Built-In Effects tutorial – https://youtu.be/cEhgveyPPKYRead more "FINAL CUT PRO – Top 10 Tricks/Timesavers!"
by Larry Jordan Written by Larry Jordan, and guest contributors, these are free weekly newsletters. Short and tightly focused tips to help media creators become more efficient. Six different subjects, each published once a week, these Tip Letters contain three Inside Tips you can put to use now! Choose your subjects, then – POOF! – very cool tips drop into your […]Read more "“The Inside Tips”"
by Zach King Taking the day and weekend off to relax, so enjoy some “magic” with after effects and motion artist, Zach King, who has definitely got some wacky magic tricks going on and I think Quarantine has made them even funnier!Read more "Friday Fun: Quarantine Magic Tricks!"
by Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com Final Cut now supports exporting multiple projects at the same time. One of the new features in the 10.4 update to Final Cut Pro X is the ability to export multiple projects at the same time. This is a feature I use regularly as I create excerpts from my weekly […]Read more "FCPX: How to Export Multiple Projects at Once"
by Caleb Pike, PremiumBeat.com Having worked as a director, cinematographer and editor I learned very quickly how important it is to shoot your film not only for the narrative that you are building in the present, but for the narrative that you, or your editor will build in post. Lucky for us, our friend Caleb Pike with DSLR Video […]Read more "7 Tips for Better Shooting"
by Annie Crawford, Adobe Spark Here at Adobe Spark we spend a lot of time (like a lot) thinking about how to create the best images for the ‘gram. But what about the caption? That often-overlooked space is hugely important for converting scrollers into followers. And more and more, we see savvy communicators putting that real estate to good […]Read more "100+ Instagram Caption Ideas to Try"
by Larry Jordan Tilt-shift blurs create the illusion of depth of field, along with other interesting visual effects, by emulating in software a special kind of camera lens called a “tilt/shift lens.” What’s interesting to me is that we can emulate the effect of these lenses in Final Cut. When applied to high-wide shots, this creates […]Read more "Tutorial: Create a Tilt-Shift Blur in FCPX without Plug-Ins"
by Shot by Myles Double Exposure for video on FCPX! The GOATs such as Ryan Nangle have blazed the trail for this type of stuff but I felt I could add a small twist here and there and make it more comprehensive than most.Read more "Cool Double Exposure Tricks for Final Cut Pro"
by Larry Jordan Poster frames illustrate the contents of a movie clip in the Finder There’s a very fast way to create a poster frame for a QuickTime movie. (Poster frames appear in the Finder, and other locations, to illustrate the contents of a clip.) Open the video in QuickTime Player Move the playhead to […]Read more "How to Create Custom Poster Frames"