Tag Archives: Final Cut Pro X

5D vs FS100, How to Match Footage from Canon and Sony

5D vs FS100, How to Match Footage from Canon and Sony

Phil Boyer and I worked together on the Kentucky Symphony Gala last February. Right about that time Apple came out with its Multicam update to Final Cut Pro X, which I used to put together a project which I wrote about last March.

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How to Speed Up Final Cut Pro with a New Graphics Card

How to Speed Up Final Cut Pro with a New Graphics Card

When I bought my MacPro I went to the Apple store, I figured they knew something. I should have realized they didn’t because the guy I was talking to didn’t know anything about Final Cut Pro.

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Marrying iPhone, Flip, and 5D Footage in Final Cut Pro X Multicam

Marrying iPhone, Flip, and 5D Footage in Final Cut Pro X Multicam

Last December I got a call at the last minute to come in and shoot the fantastic PowerHouse Boogie Band. Having played trumpet with the band on occasion I knew that the Don Steins puts on an unbelievable show.

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Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X

Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X

I have talked about multicam in Final Cut Pro X before. It actually worked OK with the first version of FCPX, but the 10.0.3 release has brought with it a new multicam feature that is simply amazing.

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How to Fix Final Cut Pro X When It Freezes

How to Fix Final Cut Pro X When It Freezes

Final Cut Pro X doesn’t really crash that often for me. I expected some of that when it was new, and with 10.0.3 I really don’t have many crashes. When it does crash it just stops working and you can restart where you left off.

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How to Cook a Country Ham

How to Cook a Country Ham

Every year at Christmas we cook a country ham. Perhaps you have seen country hams hanging from hooks at your butcher’s shop and didn’t know what they were.

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Telling a Story with Client Testimonials

Telling a Story with Client Testimonials

Filming consumers giving their testimonials about a product or service has its own challenges. Chief among them is keeping subjects relaxed and confident to present themselves well and focussed enough to clearly articulate what is on their minds.

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Multi-cam Editing for Final Cut Pro X

Multi-cam Editing for Final Cut Pro X

When Final Cut Pro X came out there was much complaining in the NLE community regarding its omissions and shortcomings. Many of the complaints were unjustified as there were tools and other ways of doing things.

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Final Cut Pro X CAN Remember the In and Outs of Clips

Final Cut Pro X CAN Remember the In and Outs of Clips

One of my big beefs when Final Cut Pro X came out in June was that it wouldn’t remember the in and outs in a clip. You could set them, drag to the storyline, and you would be fine. But what if you wanted to set the in and the out and leave it until later to drag down to the storyline?

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New Final Cut Pro X Update 10.0.2 Available

New Final Cut Pro X Update 10.0.2 Available

Final Cut Pro X Update 10.0.2I noticed last night that the App Store icon in my dock was lit up with an update. I have Snow Leopard and leave the App Store parked in my Dock for this very reason, to notify me when updates are available.

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