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Top 5: Compressor Tutorials

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Top 5: Compressor Tutorials

FCP X can output to a variety of compressed formats in the H.264 codec, but if you need finer control over data rates or codecs, Compressor is a great app to look at next. It’s integrated with Final Cut Pro, so you can export directly to your choice of Compressor’s presets, and it’s not difficult to learn either. Here are...

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Top 10 Uses for SliceX Free

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Top 10 Uses for SliceX Free

Something a little different today — we’re going to look at ten different ways to use a single product. It’s still free, but there are definitely more tricks to it than meets the eye. It’s CoreMelt’s SliceX Free, and you get it by going to this page and filling out the form for a free license.  What’s the catch? The free...

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Another Top 10 Amazing Free Transitions

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Another Top 10 Amazing Free Transitions

Another Top 10 Amazing Free Transitions Didn’t get enough transitions in our last top ten roundup? Here’s a bunch more you can use to punch up a boring presentation, disguise a forced edit, or create that perfect segue from scene A to scene B. There’s actually about 21 transitions in this list, which makes it particularly good value — especially...

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Top 10 Free Intermediate/Advanced Color Correction Tutorials for FCP X

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Top 10 Free Intermediate/Advanced Color Correction Tutorials for FCP X

Once you understand how to balance shots and get them looking like they belong together, you’ll probably want to explore how you can enhance your shots further, by selectively controlling the light and color within them. Here, we'll explore secondary color correction further, as well as looking at how to control mood, prep for broadcast, smooth skin, use tracking to limit the...

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Best Of: Command Post

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Best Of: Command Post

Note: "Command Post" was previously named "FCPX Hacks". Final Cut Pro X is a great app, but like any app, it’s not perfect. Many users have requested additional features or enhancements that they’d like to see, and as you’d expect, some are added and some are not. Richard Taylor of fcpx.tv maintains a long list, and he’s been asking for a scrolling...

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