Video Editing

Hysterical Final Cut Pro Users: Apple Doesn't Owe You Anything

June 30, 2011

Business Insider by David Dudas As the entire world knows by now, Apple recently released a major update to their professional video editing software, Final Cut Pro. The update was so radical in nature that Apple increased the software version number from 7 to 10, with the 10 denoted by the Roman X. Shortly after Read More

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15 Quick Tips to Shooting Fireworks

Videomaker by Jennifer O’Rourke The 4th of July means barbecues, family gathering and fun in the sun and the party concludes with the traditional pyro- show around the country. Everyone wants to capture the family fun, but when it comes to the Big Light Show in the Sky, shooting great firework footage is more than Read More

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IzzyVideo publishes two and a half hours of free FCPX tutorials with demo media for download

fcp.co We predicted that as soon as Final Cut Pro X was released there would be a huge amount of free online tutorials available. Izzy Hyman has not only posted this free 26 part tutorial, but he’s also made media available for download too. We have to admire Izzy for getting these FCPX tutorials ready and Read More

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Seven Inspiring TED Talks About Filmmaking

nofilmschool by Nadia Jones Using film as a means for communication, inspiration, and entertainment, humankind uses pictures and stories to further explore our thoughts, beliefs, and world. These seven TED talks given by famous filmmakers, producers, and directors tap into the amazing potential of film as an art form, exploring the nature of inspiration, creativity, Read More

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Apple is abandoning the professional market

ZDNet by Scott Raymond It was bound to happen sooner or later. The arguments, the recriminations, the breakups and reunions. After a long, stormy relationship, it looks like Apple is finally calling it quits with their professional customers. Apple: It’s… it’s just not working out. I think it’s time we started seeing other people.ProMarket: Was Read More

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Looking Forward While Looking Back

DVInfo.net by Bill Davis What FCP 1.0 might tell us about FCP X (and why the Oklahoma Land Rush of 1893 is still instructive today) It’s now more than a week since the great FCP X “mad dash” began, and the dust is far from settled. Time, I believe, for a useful look at Final Read More

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Going Strong: Matrox Celebrates Its 35th Anniversary

Montreal-based high-tech electronics company continues to deliver innovative graphics, video and imaging/machine vision solutions to customers worldwide Montreal, Canada, June 29, 2011 — With the introduction of Matrox’s first product Video RAM (a specialized video display device for first-generation microcomputers) in 1976, co-founders Branko Matic and Lorne Trottier launched a company that has continued to Read More

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Editors Play New Reel in Final Cut Fiasco

MacNewsWorld by Richard Adhikari With the release of Apple’s Final Cut Pro X, Cupertino gave film editors something it regards as a pro-level tool. However, many editors disagree. They point to a list of apparently missing features, and now Apple’s addressed the situation with an FAQ. But not all editors are satisfied, and a petition Read More

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The Video/Film Pro According to Steve Jobs: Apple and their Final Cut Pro X Mess

Need Creative by Paul Antico OSX 1.0. The $200 reduction in price for iPhone. iOS 3.0’s buggy first release. The end of 99 cent songs. iTunes. App Store developer agreement changes. Antennagate. And now, Final Cut Pro X. I could go and on and on about all the times people have suddenly boiled over in Read More

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Apple “X” FAQs, confirmation our move away is the right one

Biscardi Creative Blog by Walter Biscardi In the wake of the scathing criticism surrounding the release of Apple Final Cut Pro X, Apple has released a FAQ that attempts to answer some of the questions.    There are a few in particular that caught my eye. “Can I import projects from Final Cut Pro 7 into Read More

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