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.


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.


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