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FCP X Tips: Adding a Date and Time Stamp
If you're wondering how to add a time and date stamp to your video footage, then stop wondering and learn how! Using Final Cut Pro X Iain Anderson demonstrates how easy it is to do just this.
Nov. 21, 2015
FCP X: Quick Performance Fixes
Are your Final Cut Pro X projects shuddering to a halt? Perhaps slowing down to a snail's pace? Iain Anderson is here to help you speed 'em up and get your projects purring again with these tips.
Oct. 15, 2013
Review: 3D Supercharger V2 from I Love QC
Do you have final Cut Pro X? I Love QC have released an innovative 3rd-party plugin that'll allow you to load and edit 3D models! Ben Balser gives 3D SuperCharger V2 a thorough examination.
Mar. 24, 2013
Motion and FCP X: Correct Flat Picture Profiles Automatically
Correcting "flat" picture profiles from modern DSLR cameras, to add contrast and saturation, need not be a chore! Iain Anderson uses Final Cut Pro X and Motion to good effect in this tutorial.
Mar. 11, 2013
Comprehending Compound Clips in Final Cut Pro X
If you're fairly new to Final Cut Pro X, you might be wondering what exactly compound clips are... wonder no longer! Ben Balser breaks it down for you here.
Jan. 17, 2013
FCP X 10.0.6: Sharing Made Simpler
One of the major areas of Final Cut Pro X to get some love in the recent 10.0.6 update was "Sharing". Iain Anderson explores what's changed, and how this will have a positive impact on your workflow.
Dec. 7, 2012
Dual Viewers In Final Cut Pro X
Many Final Cut 7 users were unhappy at needing to learn how to use a single viewer in the original Final Cut Pro X. The 10.0.6 update, however, introduces dual viewers. Ben Balser takes a closer look.
Nov. 29, 2012
Final Cut Pro: Multiclip Audio Channel Editing (10.0.6)
One of the marquee features in the FCP X 10.0.6 update is multichannel audio editing. Ben Balser gets deeper and shows the workflow for editing audio in the latest incarnation of Final Cut Pro.
Oct. 26, 2012
Final Cut Pro X: A Fill Light in Post
Explore how to add light to an area of your shot footage in post using Final Cut Pro X with your expert step-by-step guide, Iain Anderson.
Sep. 22, 2012
Final Cut Pro X Speed Trimming Techniques
When it comes to speed editing, Final Cut Pro 7 was up there with the best NLEs. In this tutorial Ben Balser demonstrates that FCP X is no slouch either when editing with precision is required.
Aug. 16, 2012
Day For Night Effect In Final Cut Pro X
What to do if you've shot during the day but the director demands it looks like a night scene? Ben Balser shows how to add an authentic night scene without grain or noise in Final Cut Pro X.
Jul. 6, 2012
Designing Titles in Final Cut Pro X: Part 1
There's more to titling than meets the eye in Final Cut Pro X. In this two-part Hub tutorial, Richard Lainhart takes you step-by-step through the process of creating titles in FCP X.
Aug. 29, 2011
Final Cut Pro X Tutorial: Creating the Rough Cut Part 3: Connecting Clips
Many Final Cut Pro 7 users are now looking upon FCP X favourably! In the last article of his 3-part series, David Smith shows us how to build rough cuts using FCP X's Clip Connections
Aug. 8, 2011
Michael Wohl Demos Hidden FCP X Editing Tricks at LA Final Cut Pro Users Group Meeting
Final Cut Pro X has some hidden editing tricks up its sleeve! Michael Wohl (macProVideo.com Star Trainer) demoed highlights from his mPV FCP X video tutorials specially for LAFCPUG members.
Jul. 14, 2011
FCP X Tutorial: New Primary Colour Correction Tools, Part 3: Color
Many of Color's (now discontinued?) features have been built in to FCP X. in the 3rd and final part of this mini-Color series, join David Smith, Apple Certitifed Trainer, to learn more
Jul. 13, 2011
Super 7: Essential Final Cut shortcuts & tips
Final Cut Pro and Final Cut Express have rapidly become the Video Editors dream on the Mac. In days gone by, video editing required a massive outlay of tens/hundreds of thousands of dollars on equipme
May. 9, 2010
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