Slowing down footage is something I tend to do on a regular basis when editing video in Final Cut Pro X. Slow motion footage can be used to lend a dramatic effect, better highlight a particular area of a scene, or to simply smooth out your footage. Show More Summary
Final Cut 10.4 was released last Thursday alongside the new iMac Pro, and as we elaborated on in our hands-on walkthrough, it’s a huge update with tons of new features and enhancements. I didn’t have time to touch on everything in Thursday’s...Show More Summary
Apple Inc.’s new powerful iMac Pro went on sale this week and to coincide with the launch, the company has released an updated version of Final Cut Pro X, its video-editing app. Final Cut Pro 10.4 includes support for 360-degree virtual...Show More Summary
Apple’s new iMac Pro is now available to order with a December 27th arrival date for the first deliveries. Along with the new machine, Apple is also updating its flagship software including Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro X. While we are...Show More Summary
Apple is adding a few new features to Final Cut Pro X, including 360-degree VR video editing, advanced color grading tools, and support for HDR video. Apple announced in a press release this morning that a major update to its professional video editing app Final Cut Pro X is rolling out today. Show More Summary
Alongside the update to Final Cut Pro X, Apple has also made available a new version of the Pro Video Formats extension, with extension of MXF to not just QuickTime Player but other supported macOS applications, plus wider AVC-Intra support.
Acting as an early herald of iMac Pro sales, Apple has updated Final Cut Pro, with new features including editing full-resolution 8K video, and extension of 360-degree VR video support to Motion and Compressor.
Today is a big day for creative professionals in the Apple ecosystem. Not only does it mark the launch of the new iMac Pro, a powerful all-in-one beast specifically built with professional creatives in mind, but it also marks the launch...Show More Summary
Apple isn't just making the iMac Pro available to order -- it's also updating the creative software you'll likely run on that iMac. A new upgrade to Final Cut Pro X adds support for both newer video technology and some key color editing tools. Show More Summary
In addition to giving testers a first look at the new iMac Pro desktop, Apple also supplied them with an upcoming release of Final Cut Pro X, which will add support for an 8K-resolution timeline and 8K ProRes files.
I'm baffled. I have a bunch of MOV files from my iPhone and I can't import them into Final Cut Pro X on my Mac system. What's the fix? The post Fix Final Cut Pro X Won’t Import MOV Files? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
Freelancer site Upwork published a listing of the top twenty fastest growing skills of the more than 5,000 it tracks. The list cited Apple's Final Cut Pro X, Swift and Objective-C, along with nod toward new technologies in iOS 11, including Augmented Reality and Machine Learning.
Freelance focused company Upwork has released a new report today with its list of the top 20 fastest-growing skills for Q3 2017. While broad categories like robotics and augmented reality were near the top, Apple specific skill sets in Final Cut Pro X and Swift also made the cut. more…
Apple's iMac Pro made an appearance at the Final Cut Pro Creative Summit, with users at the gathering using it for rendering and demonstrations of the newly-announced update to the video composition suite.
Apple took an iMac Pro to the Final Cut Pro X Creative Summit to demo its power to the professional video editors attending the conference. Whilst we still don’t know exactly when the computer will be available, Apple has promised a December launch and photos of the iMac Pro in the flesh certainly help to build the hype. Gallery of photos after the break … more…
Apple at the Final Cut Pro X Creative Summit on Friday debuted Final Cut Pro 10.4, a hotly anticipated update to the flagship professional video editing suite that includes support for VR, HDR footage, direct integration for iOS video and more.
Today was the first day of the third-annual Final Cut Pro X Creative Summit in Cupertino, CA. The event is geared towards professional video editors using Final Cut Pro X. Talks, demonstrations, along with a visit to the Apple campus is involved. Show More Summary
Despacito, the Reggaeton pop smash by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee that has decimated YouTube records -- becoming the most-watched video in the site's history, and the first-ever to surpass 4 billion views -- has a rather humble origin...Show More Summary
A little more than two months ago, Despacito became the most viewed YouTube video of all-time, snatching the top spot from See You Again, the 2015 hit from Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth. As it stands now, Despacito, which is by Luis Fonsi and features Daddy Yankee, currently boasts an astounding 4.94 million views. Show More Summary
"Despacito," the most viewed video on YouTube, has garnered over 4 billion views -- and was edited and produced using Final Cut Pro X.