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Learn more about all of the great Final Cut Pro X user experience stories published over the last year from FCP.co. FCPWORKS’ Sam Mestman also looks forward with a preview of FCP Exchange at NAB.
FCPWORKS Sam Mestman State of the Union 2016 from FCPWORKS on Vimeo.
Alex Gollner and Tim Dashwood presented all you need to know about working with VR 360° video in Final Cut Pro X and Motion. Alex explained the art of spherical video from first principles. He showed how editors can learn specialised tools that use 'equirectangular' video, effects and graphic overlays to tell stories that play out all around you. Alex also explained how editors can share their work with millions of smartphone users around the world. Tim then gave a quick rundown of the science of high-end VR video effects that are available for Final Cut Pro X today. dashwood3d.com
360° Virtual Reality with FCPX from FCPWORKS on Vimeo.
Mark Spencer showed us why every Final Cut Editor should have Motion as part of their toolbox, even if they have no desire to become motion graphics artists. He gave examples demonstrating how easy it can be to publish Motion templates to Final Cut Pro X, to modify existing titles, transitions, and effects to make them more powerful, and how to use Motion to create visual effects like screen replacements and object removal.
Motion Power Tips from FCPWORKS on Vimeo.
Wes Plate, the founder and president of Automatic Duck, Inc., gave the world premiere public demonstration of their coming-soon app Xsend Motion. This new translator converts timelines from FCPX to Motion 5, like the Send to Motion feature users miss from the old days of Final Cut Pro Studio. automaticduck.com
Automatic Duck— New Product Reveal from FCPWORKS on Vimeo.
Denver Riddle develops and demonstrates this color grading plugin which brings the deep power of color correction right into Final Cut Pro X and unveils a brand new version of his product. try.colorgradingcentral.com/colorfinale/
Color Finale from FCPWORKS on Vimeo.
In his FCP X Power Tips session, Steve Martin from Rippletraining.com will organize, rate, edit, trim, add transitions, work with music, retime and apply a LUT to a short film without touching the mouse even once (well, maybe just once). Steve's session effectively buries the notion that FCP X is primarily a mouse-driven application.
Final Cut Pro X Power Tips from FCPWORKS on Vimeo.
Sam Mestman presents a look inside the adoption of Final Cut Pro X by the Inverleigh in Melbourne. Put to the highest broadcast and professional standards over a rigorous series of tests, Final Cut Pro X passed with flying colors. Learn the process from A to Z. As part of the discussion, Philip Hodgetts shows off Magic Keywords in Lumberjack System! lumberjacksystem.com
Inverleigh TV NAS Case Study from FCPWORKS on Vimeo.
Pierre Chevalier presented Softron’s broadcast software solutions on the Mac. He demonstrated M|Replay, the first instant replay software on the Mac. M|Replay is a major game changer for the industry as it allows the modern broadcasters to use the Mac for every step of a production. The demo showed how easy instant replay can be with M|Replay. softron.tv
M|Replay: Instant Replay for the Rest of Us from FCPWORKS on Vimeo.
When one of largest production companies in Denmark, Metronome Productions (a part of Endemol Shine Group), set out to produce what was to become one of the highest rated television series on Danish TV2, they turned to Final Cut Pro X. Having been an integral part of Metronome's post-production for years, Final Cut Pro X proved to be the most flexible, fastest and most reliable NLE for this enormous task. Heads of Metronome's Final Cut Pro Team Ryan Velin and Mads Larsen Nielsen will talk about using Final Cut Pro X on a large scale production and they will show how they put together their own server system using almost only "off the shelf" items already in-house at Metronome.
Large scale television production edited on location from FCPWORKS on Vimeo.
FCP Exchange is an ongoing series of workshops for Final Cut Pro X post-production professionals and enthusiasts, presented by FCPWORKS, workflow consultants specializing in migrating editorial teams and facilities from previous versions of Final Cut Pro to X.