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FCPX Creative Summit 2017

August 10, 2017 Tags: ,
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It’s that time of year again, the FCPX Creative Summit is set for October 27 – 29, 2017 in Cupertino, CA. Produced by our good friends over at FMC, the Summit is rapidly turning into the must-attend event for anyone heavily invested in Final Cut Pro X. Some intriguing highlights:

  • Visit the Apple Campus and hear from the FCPX Product Team about the future of the platform and share your feedback. Last year, Apple used this event to announce Final Cut Pro X 10.3. (This may very well include a visit to the new Apple Park campus.)
  • Meet and network with other Final Cut Pro X users. Mingle with other attendees, speakers and great exhibitors that will join us for Expo Night and other networking events.

And some of the key sessions this year include:

  • Data Visualization in Final Cut Pro with Alex Gollner.
  • Fixing and Mixing Audio in FCPX (and only FCPX) with Abba Shapiro.
  • Building a Motion Graphics Toolkit in FCPX with Steve Martin.

Last year, Apple used the FCPX Creative Summit as a platform to unveil Final Cut Pro X 10.3, the biggest update to the software in years as well as offering a hands-on area for the then brand-new Touch Bar MacBook Pros. Who knows what surprises are in store this year. To learn more and register, please visit the official site and take advantage of our special discount code, FCPWORKS17 for a 10% discount off your registration package.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

This blog post contains the personal musings of FCPWORKS’ Marketing Director, Noah Kadner. Prior to joining the company, Noah spent several years at Apple where he worked with internal Workflow and Editorial teams in support of Final Cut Pro X customers. Noah also directed a feature film available on iTunes called Social Guidance and wrote “RED: The Ultimate Guide to the Revolutionary Camera.” Noah’s ongoing career goal is communicating digital post-production workflows to experts and enthusiasts alike.You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter at @FCPWORKS.

Final Cut Pro X Events @ NAB 2017

April 12, 2017 Tags: ,
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Looking for Final Cut Pro X related events during NAB? Here’s the list of key items not to miss in Vegas, curated by our good friend Richard Taylor at FCPX.TV.

Post Production World Keynote: Editing at the Speed of Thought
Sunday April 23| 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM 
Moderated by Apple, Thomas Grove Carter and Dave Cerf
Panel discussion on techniques for reducing the time spent ingesting, tagging, sorting, organizing, rendering and exporting in post production. Including a look at the movie FCPWORKS co-produced in Final Cut Pro X, Everything Else.
Las Vegas Convention Center Rooms N249-N251

LumaForge: Faster, Together Stage
All day Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday April 24-26

Three days of back-to-back, short and to the point, presentations and panels
Some of the smartest and most innovative people in post-production
First come first served. Registration prior to arrival is highly recommended
Across from the Las Vegas Convention Center at The Courtyard Marriott

Final Cut Pro X in the Fast Lane FCPWorks and Ripple Training
Monday, April 24th, 2017 from 5pm-6:30pm
This is FCPWORKS’ main event during NAB 2017:a special edition of FCP Exchange at NAB 2017 for Final Cut Pro X post-production professionals
Apple Product Marketing showcasing professional workflows and case studies utilizing Final Cut Pro X.
Tips and tricks to maximizing Final Cut Pro X from pros and developers.
Networking and interaction with fellow FCPX editors and enthusiasts.

Las Vegas 
Convention Center, Room S219 

Sixteenth Annual Las Vegas SuperMeet
Tuesday, April 25, 2017 – 7PM – 11PM (doors open at 4:30PM for SuperMeet Digital Showcase)

We’ll have a special presentation from Thomas Grove Carter of Trim Editing on his music video workflow.

Mingle, Network, Enjoy a few cocktails and party with industry peers while learning latest trends in collaborative editing workflows
RIO Hotel – Pavilion Ballroom 3700 W. Flamingo Road Las Vegas
Tickets required and it will most likely sell out 

LumaForge Workflow Suite @ The Encore
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday April 24-27
Cross platform workflow on Mac, Window’s, & Linux machines running the latest NLE’s, VFX, finishing, and audio software. And developers of some of the most popular post plugins showing off their latest updates and apps.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

This blog post contains the personal musings of FCPWORKS’ Marketing Director, Noah Kadner. Prior to joining the company, Noah spent several years at Apple where he worked with internal Workflow and Editorial teams in support of Final Cut Pro X customers. Noah also directed a feature film available on iTunes called Social Guidance and wrote “RED: The Ultimate Guide to the Revolutionary Camera.” Noah’s ongoing career goal is communicating digital post-production workflows to experts and enthusiasts alike.You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter at @FCPWORKS.

DJI Inspire 1 Pro Raw Review

April 5, 2017 Tags: , , , ,
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In the last decade DJI has revolutionized the aerial photography and video industry. When they introduced the Phantom they introduced aerial video and photography to an entirely new atrarket.

Working with the Phantom 2 with a Zenmuse X3 gimbal since 2014 we rarely used it as the images and operability of the drone just didn’t live up too the level of production we hoped. In 2016 though at Jamestown Films we took the step though to purchase the Inspire 1 X5R. Based on some previous experience with it we were confident we could reach the quality we needed for our productions.

DJI Inspire Pro 1

 

When Inspire 1 was introduced in November of 2014 with the X3 camera we were immediately excited with the capabilities the drone could offer its pilots. When they upgraded the camera in early 2016 to the X5 and X5R it made us wonder just how competitive the Inspire 1 X5R would be with larger drones that could fly with a full camera system. We have seen a long time drone operator switch from full camera system commercial drones to the Inspire 1 X5R. He told us that it is the best decision he ever made.

First Impressions:

Lets take a look at the DJI Inspire 1 X5R. If a pilot comes from a commercial drone like the Matrice, they will first notice the compact case that the Inspire 1 comes in. If the pilot comes from a Phantom, they will notice this huge brief case that they will now have to lug around. The Phantom is more portable, but lacks the image and operability that the Inspire 1 gives you.

The Inspire 1 drone is more competitive with the Matrice and should be compared to the Matrice system. The Inspire 1 X5R requires far less equipment to operate. We loved that we didn’t have to drag cases for the gimbal, drone, camera and lenses around to obtain a high level arial image.

Inspire 1

Operating:

The Inspire 1 X5R includes one battery, two remotes, an Inspire 1, and the X5R camera which comes in a separate hard case within the Inspire case. To truly operate and shoot for a day you will need more than one battery. Each battery has about a 35min of flight time. I like to have at least 3 batteries for straight forward shoots where I wont need to have multiple takes. But, If the shots are more complicated and needing multiple takes I would prefer to have 5 batteries or more.

The main controller operates the drone with DJI GO app available on iOS or Android. DJI has made an excellent app that turns your phone or iPad into a first-person view, also known as an FPV, monitor. Your iPad or iPhone isn’t just a monitor, you can set focus, exposure, check histogram and get all of the information that you could ever want right at your finger tips. This app makes it a pleasure to be both the pilot and camera operator.

When operating in dual remote, where one person is the pilot and the other is camera operator, the camera operators remote piggybacks off of the pilots remote receiving a video signal from their controller. Both the pilot and camera operator share a camera view. This can become a problem in two ways. 1.) if the operator is far away from the pilot the FPV starts crashing and makes controlling the drone difficult. 2.) As the camera operator moves the camera around, as a pilot, you loose all sense of direction often times making getting the shot near impossible.

The Inspire 1 drone generally operates though with intuitive ease, making it a pleasure to fly and operate as a pilot in single operator mode. The dual operator mode needs some major improvement, which have been answered by the recently announced Inspire 2. For example, they add a flight camera that is just for the pilots FPV, while having the ability to view the shot in a smaller window. And more object avoidance sensors.

DJI Inspire 1

Image:

The X5R is capable of capturing incredible images for such a small camera. The specs for this little camera are impressive with 12 stops of dynamic range and a 4K raw .DNG recording option. The quality is absolutely amazing. While recording raw it also records a .mp4 reference file for reviewing the shot or quick access.

Color correcting and grading the raw images produced by this sensor is, well, Inspire-ing. The ability of the image to bend and not break makes it able to match many high end cameras. We’ve seen this footage cut in with RED Scarlet-W and an Alexa Mini footage with ease.

One drawback to be aware of is that this is not a low light camera. Its sensor is micro 4/3s and noise can become significant if you go too far up with the ISO or need to lift the the exposure too much on an underexposed image. Great thing though is that with the raw data in the .DNG files, the shadows, though grainy, can be recovered. We’ve had good results with the Neat Video plugin de-noising the image for an excellent low light end result, but it adds more steps and time to post production.

Zenmuse X3

Examples from a couple of projects we’ve worked on recently where we used the Inspire 1 Pro RAW:

MOUNTAIN TRAILS FINE ART | JEFF HAM (quite a few shots at the beginning):

FIBER FIX (shots scattered throughout):

 

Workflow:

As great as the benefits of raw are, there is one big drawback. That is the post production workflow. For one thing, raw files take up a lot more drive space. So plan accordingly. After a shoot you remove the proprietary DJI SSD from the X5R base and insert it into a DJI dock. You have to then open DJI Cinelight (for Mac) or DJI Camera Exporter (for Windows) and from there either transcode to whatever flavor of ProRes you would like, or export the raw footage to folders of raw .DNG files. This process can take a long, long time. Hours. The files unfortunately can not be accessed through the file browser before processing through Cinelight. So, there is no drag and drop option with the Inspire 1. This has been addressed with the Inspire 2 and we’re hoping that functionality comes to the Inspire 1 as well via firmware update. This is the biggest draw back to the X5R. It adds so much time to the offloading workflow that shooting all day in raw requires multiple, expensive, DJI SSD’s.

FCP X DRONE FOOTAGE SCREENSHOT

We prefer to get ProRes 4444 XQ out of DJI Cinelight for three reasons. One, ProRes is a great editing codec. It has great playback performance and renders quickly. Two, 4444 XQ maintains near raw quality. Many features films are shot directly to 4444 XQ. Three, FCP X, unfortunately, does not have true image sequence, imported as a clip, support. There’s a simple enough compound clip workaround, but if you have many shots that gets annoying. If you are someone on Windows prepping footage for someone on FCP X then output to .DNG sequences. Then the editor can run those through Compressor or DaVinci Resolve to create ProRes 4444 XQ clips. Luckily the Inspire 2 RAW has addressed and simplified the whole workflow and can now record directly to ProRes!

The Inspire 1 X5R is an excellent drone system that spanned the market gaps between low and high budget video.

Closing thoughts:

The Inspire 1 X5R is an excellent drone system that spanned the market gaps between low and high budget video. It over lapped into the high end commercial drone world. The affordability and portability of the Inspire 1 make it, for most people, a first choice when considering which drone to purchase. This drone’s ability to fly at high speeds and with precision makes it a great pleasure to operate, but the lack of a pilot FPV makes dual operation difficult. We absolutely love operating this drone and believe that it is a unique and boundary breaking tool for the media world.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

This guest blog post is from Braden Storrs and Patrick Newman.

About Braden Storrs:

I’m a Utah based editor and video creative. As post production manager at Jamestown films I’ve had the chance to work with some great people on great projects and continually improve our techniques and workflows in an ever changing digital landscape. I am also the creator of the Final Cut Put X Editors Facebook group and can can be found at @thefcpeditor on Twitter. I love trying to elevate each project a little more then the last. In the end, I’m a storyteller.

Braden Storrs

 

About Patrick Newman:

I am a DP located in Salt Lake City, Ut. Over the past year I worked at Jamestown Films with their wonderfully creative team. “The Story Teller” has taught me about story telling side of cinematography and the roll it plays in creating an excellent story. Jamestown gave me the chance to grow rapidly as a DP in the commercial world. This has given me the chance to work with just about every camera in the industry, helping me perfect my technique as a DP.  Recently I have moved on to DP a few feature documentaries over the 2017 summer. Find me on instagram @patricknewman170

Patrick Newman

FCP Exchange @ NAB 2017

March 21, 2017 Tags: ,
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FCP Exchange continues at NAB 2017 . This special session produced with Ripple Training takes place at the Convention Center, Room S219 Monday, April 24th, 2017 from 5pm-6:30pm. Some highlights:

  • Apple Product Marketing showcasing professional workflows and case studies utilizing Final Cut Pro X.
  • Tips and tricks to maximizing Final Cut Pro X from pros and developers.
  • Networking and interaction with fellow FCPX editors and enthusiasts.

Join the Exchange!

For more information and to register, please visit:

http://www.fcpexchange.com

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

This blog post contains the personal musings of FCPWORKS’ Marketing Director, Noah Kadner. Prior to joining the company, Noah spent several years at Apple where he worked with internal Workflow and Editorial teams in support of Final Cut Pro X customers. Noah also directed a feature film available on iTunes called Social Guidance and wrote “RED: The Ultimate Guide to the Revolutionary Camera.” Noah’s ongoing career goal is communicating digital post-production workflows to experts and enthusiasts alike.You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter at @FCPWORKS.

Zoom F8 and Zoom F4 Audio Recorder Review

November 11, 2016 Tags: , , , , ,
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FCPWORKS’ review of the Zoom F8 and Zoom F4 Multitrack Field Recorders and why they’re so awesome for Final Cut Pro X.

Zoom F8 and Zoom F4 Audio Recorder Review

A Final Cut Pro X Audio Powerhouse

Zoom’s F4 and F8 audio recorders offer some pretty amazing specifications and can create automatic audio subroles for Final Cut Pro X. When compared to higher-end timecode-enabled recorders like the Sound Devices 744T, which go for $4K and up they are actually a real bargain at $999 for the 8 (with 8 tracks)and $649 for the F4 (4 tracks).

Some key specs:

  • Up to 24-bit/192 kHz audio resolution.
  • Super-low-noise microphone preamps for professional audio.
  • Discrete, locking Neutrik XLR/TRS combo connectors for all kinds of wired and wireless mics.
  • Time code generation with 0.2 ppm accuracy (unheard of before in this price range or anywhere close).
  • Dual recording on two SD/SDHC/SDXC cards up to 512 GB each
  • Metal chassis that feels solid as a rock but weighs in at a very friendly 2.27 pounds.

For a closer look at the Zoom F4 and how it works, check out the official product video:

Starring Roles

What truly excites us about the F8 and F4 is their support for iXML metadata. With iXML you can name each track something useful on the Zoom and that name will automagically become a Final Cut Pro X subrole upon ingest into Final Cut Pro X 10.3 and up and can be visualized very clearly via the new Audio Lanes layouts in 10.3. Out of the box, each track is named intuitively enough Tr1, Tr2, Tr3 and so forth.

Tracks in Zoom F8

So even if you do nothing but hit record, you’ll automatically have each track neatly sorted in Final Cut Pro X from ingest through to final mixdown.

subrolesmenu

The one and only trick is making sure your Final Cut Pro X ingest preferences are set correctly for handling iXML metadata. To accomplish this, first launch the Media Import window with File>Import>Media. Then in the Audio Roles section click the checkbox for Assign iXML track names if available:

Ingest Assign Roles

Automated Mixing

So just think of the possibilities. Sure you could leave the Tr1, Tr2 nomenclature intact and be able to see all of those channels discretely in the timeline by activating audio lanes and getting the benefits of track assignments without having to actually organize them yourself. Or you could take it to a whole different level by adding more specificity.

Some suggestions for metadata track configuration:

  • Name for characters: Bob, Linda, Narrator, Doc Subject 1, etc.
  • Name by Mic Type: Lav 1, Boom 1, Wireless 1, etc.
  • Name by mix type: Direct 1, -10dB pad, etc.

The Zooms also allow you to do all sorts of bouncing of individual tracks to others for confidence recording at different pad levels and the like. There are really limitless possibilities and the best part is you can do this directly on the Zoom by editing the metadata via the built-in display. Or if you’re in a bit of a hurry to get into production, you can stick with the default track names and rename them as subroles in batches later within FCPX after ingest.

Subroles Timeline Index

Finishing with A Zoom

The bottom line is you get an incredible amount of metadata organization with the Zoom F4 and F8 because the iXML from the original tracks to subroles will continue to live on as you edit clips into sequences, nest into compound clips and the like. It’s like having an assistant sound editor working alongside you to quickly group and organize all your tracks— only everything happens automatically.

Roles Visualized in X

You can just focus on making good edits and when it’s time to do your exports- you can again use the subroles to quickly make sub-mixes and do exports with precisely the audio you want to hear in your final exports.

We think the Zoom F8 and Zoom F4 are essential pieces of kit for your Final Cut Pro X production package. They’re very easy to operate, record very high quality audio and are perfectly complementary to Final Cut Pro via the iXML to subrole ingest power.

Zoom F4

YouTube Influencer FCPX Tutorials from ipsy

October 18, 2016 Tags: , ,
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If you spend any time on YouTube (and really who doesn’t) you might have heard of ipsy Open Studios, the production platform created by Michelle Phan to enable cosmetic and beauty consultants to turn into YouTube Stars and Influencers. More on the runaway success of ipsy over at Fast Company. Well it turns out, they also love to use Final Cut Pro X to create content.

Topics and stars include:

  • Add Third Party Effects by Cydnee Black
  • Export a Thumbnail to YouTube by Madeline De La Rosa
  • Record Voiceover by Lynette Cenee
  • Retime Video by Cydnee Black
  • Create a Video for Instagram by Michelle Phan
  • Color Correct Video by Michelle Phan
  • Create a Title by Madeline De La Rosa

Enjoy these clips and learn how to use FCPX from some highly knowledgeable makeup professionals:

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

This blog post contains the personal musings of FCPWORKS’ Marketing Director, Noah Kadner. Prior to joining the company, Noah spent several years at Apple where he worked with internal Workflow and Editorial teams in support of Final Cut Pro X customers. Noah also directed a feature film available on iTunes called Social Guidance and wrote “RED: The Ultimate Guide to the Revolutionary Camera.” Noah’s ongoing career goal is communicating digital post-production workflows to experts and enthusiasts alike.You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter at @FCPWORKS.

FCP Exchange @ NAB 2016

March 28, 2016 Tags: ,
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FCP Exchange continues at NAB 2016 . This special session takes place in Las Vegas at the Renaissance hotel, right next to the main Convention Center from April 18-19th, 2016. Some highlights:

  • Guest filmmaker workflows and case studies including Apple, Softron and more.
  • Tips and tricks to maximizing Final Cut Pro X from pros and developers.
  • Networking and interaction with fellow FCPX editors and enthusiasts.

Join the Exchange!

View the FCP Exchange NAB 2016 schedule & directory.

 

For more information and to register, please visit:

http://www.fcpexchange.com

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

This blog post contains the personal musings of FCPWORKS’ Marketing Director, Noah Kadner. Prior to joining the company, Noah spent several years at Apple where he worked with internal Workflow and Editorial teams in support of Final Cut Pro X customers. Noah also directed a feature film available on iTunes called Social Guidance and wrote “RED: The Ultimate Guide to the Revolutionary Camera.” Noah’s ongoing career goal is communicating digital post-production workflows to experts and enthusiasts alike.You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter at @FCPWORKS.

FCP Exchange – Session Two

January 20, 2016 Tags: ,
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We’re continuing our collaboration with Peter Wiggins over at FCP.co and the good folks at AbelCine to bring you FCP Exchange, our Final Cut Pro X Workshop series. The second session is March 5th in Los Angeles. Just like our events at NAB and FCP EXPO, you’ll learn straight from working professionals. Some highlights:

  • Guest filmmaker workflows and case studies.
  • Tips and tricks to maximizing Final Cut Pro X from pros and developers.
  • Networking and interaction with fellow FCPX editors and enthusiasts.

Session two features Collaborative Workflows and Shared Storage Solutions.

Join the Exchange!

For more information and to register, please visit:

http://www.fcpexchange.com

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

This blog post contains the personal musings of FCPWORKS’ Marketing Director, Noah Kadner. Prior to joining the company, Noah spent several years at Apple where he worked with internal Workflow and Editorial teams in support of Final Cut Pro X customers. Noah also directed a feature film available on iTunes called Social Guidance and wrote “RED: The Ultimate Guide to the Revolutionary Camera.” Noah’s ongoing career goal is communicating digital post-production workflows to experts and enthusiasts alike.You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter at @FCPWORKS.

FCP Exchange – Extras from Thomas Grove Carter

November 30, 2015 Tags: , ,
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As you might have heard, the first session of our FCP Exchange workshop series that FCPWORKS is co-producing with FCP.co went quite well last October. As a follow up, we’re proud to present this group of new workflow videos from Thomas Grove Carter of Trim Editing. These videos were produced by Alex Snelling of Slack Alice Films. Some highlights:

  • Retiming tricks.
  • How to edit and make changes to a moving timeline.
  • Maximizing clip connections and the magnetic timeline.

We think you’ll find these clips highly informative and easy to follow. Please feel free to share them with folks using competitive NLEs as well.

Here’s Thomas’ completed Audi commercial cut in Final Cut Pro X from these demos:

And some additional amazing work from Trim Editing:

For more information and to register for FCP Exchange, please visit:
http://www.fcpexchange.com

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

This blog post contains the personal musings of FCPWORKS’ Marketing Director, Noah Kadner. Prior to joining the company, Noah spent several years at Apple where he worked with internal Workflow and Editorial teams in support of Final Cut Pro X customers. Noah also directed a feature film available on iTunes called Social Guidance and wrote “RED: The Ultimate Guide to the Revolutionary Camera.” Noah’s ongoing career goal is communicating digital post-production workflows to experts and enthusiasts alike.You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter at @FCPWORKS.

News Graphics Plugin from Idustrial Revolution

October 19, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , ,
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Here’s a news story about the XEffects News Graphics plug-in from our good friends over at Idustrial Revolution and FxFactory. You know exactly what these look like because you see them all day long on TV monitors in airports, restaurants, hotel lobbies and in the comfort of your own home. Check out this sample of what News Graphics ($49) can do:

News Graphics Timeline

This plugin makes short work of all kinds of ubiquitous news graphics standards including tickers, bugs, DVE, picture in picture and more.

Some specific features:

  • Six preset color palettes in every template or choose your own
  • Use any font, any color, any size
  • Build In & Out animations on templates to choose between cuts & adjustable animations
  • Many display options and positioning on every template
  • Shrinkback effect controls all video DVE moves without key-framing
  • Not locked in to a single template, layer many elements on top of each other
  • Color shaded background, transition & title wipe included
  • 4K Ready

We came up with this shot in just the first couple of minutes of playing around with the plugin:

News Graphics Output

You’ll find the Shrinkback effect in the FCPX Effects Browser:

News Graphics Effect

and everything else in the Titles Browser:

News Graphics Titles

Settings are very simple and easy to use:

News Graphics Settings

If you’re doing any sort of project that requires news graphics you want this plugin. I can see it being useful for corporate videos, news shows, online streaming and more. Sure you could make these kinds of things on your own in Motion if you really wanted to…

…. but why waste days of your time when all the hard work has already been done for you. Go grab XEffects News Graphics instead for just $49. There’s also a free trial and tutorials available here: http://www.idustrialrevolution.com/x7-news-graphics

Look out for a few free copies at the October 24th, 2015 edition of FCP eXchange too.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

FCPWORKS Noah Kadner

This blog post contains the personal musings of FCPWORKS’ Marketing Director, Noah Kadner. Prior to joining the company, Noah spent several years at Apple where he worked with internal Workflow and Editorial teams in support of Final Cut Pro X customers. Noah also directed a feature film available on iTunes called Social Guidance and wrote “RED: The Ultimate Guide to the Revolutionary Camera.” Noah’s ongoing career goal is communicating digital post-production workflows to experts and enthusiasts alike.You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter at @FCPWORKS.