Just in case you’re not listening to it, if you’re really into FCPX workflow, there’s a podcast you need to start checking out called FCPX Grill.
Hosted by San Francisco editor Chris Fenwick, it is maybe the best way there is to stay on top of how editors are integrating FCPX into their workflows.
You can check it out on iTunes, or go here:
A recent podcast you need to check out is from Mike Matzdorff (@fcpxfeatures), who goes in depth about the workflow on the mythical studio feature we worked together on that there were so many conspiracy theories about. Between that and the LACPUG event I mentioned yesterday… well, the thing was real, guys. Anyway, here’s a link to the podcast… Mike drills a little deeper into some of the specifics on the grill than he does at LACPUG:
Additionally… you should check out the recent episodes from Michael Glass and Scott Simmons. I worked with Michael to help get TED up to speed in X and it was a blast. In my opinion, FCPX Grill is the best podcast there is for FCPX users (and maybe post in general), and Chris Fenwick is a good guy and great host.
And if you want to hear more from one of our team, check out the episode with Noah Kadner. Some interesting talk from behind the iron curtain at Apple….
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
This blog post contains the personal musings of FCPWORKS’ Workflow Architect, Sam Mestman. Sam’s also a regular writer for fcp.co and MovieMaker Magazine, teaches post workflow at RED’s REDucation classes, and is the founder and CEO of We Make Movies, a film collective in Los Angeles and Toronto which is dedicated to making the movie industry not suck. If you’ve got any FCP X questions or need some help putting together a system, drop him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can follow him on Facebook or Twitter at @FCPWORKS.