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Best Of: Video Conversion Tools

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Best Of: Video Conversion Tools

When you’re putting videos together, you’ll probably shoot most of your source material. But if you need to incorporate videos you didn’t record yourself? Final Cut Pro X deals with MP4, H.264, H.265 and ProRes in all kinds of flavors, and it is less fussy than it used to be (.MTS files play these days, for example) but that doesn’t mean...

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Best of: FCP X 10.3 Tutorials, demos and workflow tips

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Best of: FCP X 10.3 Tutorials, demos and workflow tips

You might have heard: FCP X 10.3 was released alongside the new MacBook Pro at the end of October, just before the FCP X Creative Summit. If you were in the middle of a job, you might not have upgraded yet, but we’ve since had the 10.3.2 point update, and it’s all looking pretty good. Here, you’ll find a collection...

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Top 10 Free Advanced FCP X Tutorials

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Top 10 Free Advanced FCP X Tutorials

If you feel that you have the basics under control, and several more complex techniques are well within your grasp too, then it’s time to take a look at what the most advanced professionals are doing to stretch the envelope. Final Cut Pro X is certainly accessible for beginners, but the workflows on FCP X-cut features like Focus, Whiskey Tango...

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Top 10 Free Intermediate FCP X Tutorials

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Top 10 Free Intermediate FCP X Tutorials

As an Apple Certified Trainer for Final Cut Pro X, I often come across students who’ve taught themselves — and that’s great. However, often they’ve simply tried something, saw that it roughly worked, and then kept doing it. However, not all the strategies they’ve found are the best ones. For example, while you can make stringout timelines of your best clips,...

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Top 10 Free Introductory Video Tutorials for FCP X

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Top 10 Free Introductory Video Tutorials for FCP X

If you start out editing in Final Cut Pro X, you may actually have an easier time than if you learned to edit with another application first. While the basics of editing — picking the parts you want and putting them in the right order — are fundamentally the same across all non-linear editing apps, FCP X does work in a different...

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