Video Editing

Apple Reinvents Multicam Editing in Final Cut Pro X v10.0.3 Update

January 31, 2012

Studio Daily by Beth Marchant FCPX’s Multicam Features Auto Sync and Support for Mixed Formats, Frame Rates, and Up to 64 Camera Angles This morning Apple announced Final Cut Pro X v10.0.3, an update that should close the gap on key features previously found in FCP7 but still missing in FCPX, notably multicam editing and Read More

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Video Editing

Tech Report: Thunderbolt, SSDs, and Storage Trends for 2012

Studio Daily by Bryant Frazer and Beth Marchant With last year’s introduction of the Thunderbolt interface, the mobile editing workstation really came into its own. Some observers speculated that the super-high-speed jack, which makes incredibly powerful peripherals truly portable, was a signal of the impending demise of the decidedly non-portable Mac Pro tower. And when Read More

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Video Editing

Thoughts on Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3

Digital Rebellion Today Apple released Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3 which offers several new features such as multicam and broadcast monitoring (beta) that were previously missing. Looking through the details, it’s hard to find anything that would appeal to consumers and it is clear that this is an attempt by Apple to appease at least Read More

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Video Editing

Don’t Call It A Comeback – Apple Releases A Big New Update to Final Cut Pro X

HDVideoPro by Neil Matsumoto With its release, Final Cut Pro X was widely panned by the professional editing community, who have been leaving their beloved editing system in droves. For most pros, FCP X had the look and feel more in line with iMovie or iPhoto than a professional NLE system. Because of this, Adobe and Read More

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Video Editing

I call shenanigans.

rob the editor by Rob Ashe call shenanigans (from the urban dictionary) v. to declare that another’s words or behavior is full of shit, off topic, or passive-aggressively annoying. to call another on their bad or mischievous behavior. Apple today released updates to their video applications Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor. The updates Read More

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Video Editing

7toX for Final Cut Pro

Bring your old projects into the future! Just $9.99 in the Mac App Store! 7toX for Final Cut Pro brings your Final Cut Pro 7 projects forward to Final Cut Pro X so you can use Apple’s powerful new professional editing tools to update or finish your older projects. The lightweight application is simple to use, with Read More

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Video Editing

First look: Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3 restores professional features; adds notable new ones

Macworld by Gary Adcock Apple’s pro video editing package looks forward and back The June 2011 release of Apple’s new Final Cut Pro X set off a firestorm that reverberated across the globe—at least in video circles. The hotly anticipated new version of Apple’s flagship video software was unexpectedly accompanied by the immediate removal of Read More

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Video Editing

Larry's Blog : Apple Releases Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3

by Larry Jordan Today, Apple announced the latest update to Final Cut Pro X. Following its announcement last September that the next major version of the software would include support for multicam editing and broadcast monitoring, this update delivers on that promise. THE HEADLINES This FREE update – now available in the Mac App Store Read More

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Video Editing

Apple updates Final Cut Pro X

9to5Mac by Christian Zibreg Apple updates Final Cut Pro X with multicam editing, broadcast monitoring, Photoshop support and more (Motion 5.0.2 too) Apple updated its Final Cut Pro X video editing software this morning with some much-needed improvements. It is a significant update, because Final Cut Pro X version 10.0.3 now appeases to pro editors with two new Read More

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Does Thunderbolt slow down when daisy chained with an extra display?

January 30, 2012

fcp.co Everybody knows that Thunderbolt is meant to be quick, so quick, the cable connecting devices together isn’t the weakest link or bottleneck anymore. Nick Militello has been having problems with daisy chaining his devices and monitors up, we’ll let him take up the story… Nick Militello, one of our readers emailed us to say Read More

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