Today is the final part in my 3-part series on Final Cut Pro X.Read more "My FCPX Workflow"
In part 2 of my FCPX review, I cover a few of the big changes in FCPX you need to be mindful of.Read more "What to watch out for with FCPX"
This is part 1 of a 3-part series on FCPX. My hope is that after reading this, you’ll know exactly whether or not you should use FCPX.Read more "Could Final Cut Pro X Be the NLE of the Future?"
Today’s episode is all about Final Cut Pro X, the pros and cons, as well as the pros and cons of some other popular NLEs. Even I learned a few things I didn’t know. Great stuff!Read more "Chris Fenwick Talks Final Cut Pro X on Crossing the 180 (X180-085)"
Help me figure out what my next move should be regarding a NLE. Is FCPX ready for prime-time?Read more "Is Final Cut Pro X Becoming a True Player"
Today is the first part of a 2-part interview with a 30-year veteran of commercial video production editing. Funny and Informative.Read more "Veteran Editor Chris Fenwick on Crossing the 180 (X180-084)"
A comment from an anonymous poster that the demo for my infamous sun-tracking drop shadow got me thinking about the value of knowing and serving your audience.Read more "The Benefits of Knowing and Serving Your Audience"
A video demo of the “director’s cut” title sequence for the fantasy-themed short film we shot.Read more "Creating a Cool Title Sequence in Final Cut Pro"
So last week I offered a “crazy” theory that the new Final Cut Pro X (aka FCPX) is aimed squarely at pro photographers. As I wrote in that post, based on the terminology, the paradigm shift, and the much larger market, I think this theory holds some water. But Mark Spencer of Ripple Training makes […]Read more "Another Threat an FCPX-powered User Base Means to Small Pro Videographers"
First, let me start by saying that my blog post title today is totally tongue-in-cheek. Just a provocative title to make a subtle point and not in anyway meant as an indictment against Vincent. In fact, it’s a testament to his groundbreaking work in DSLR filmmaking and the impact his little film “Reverie” has had. […]Read more "FCPX and the Death of Final Cut Pro 7 is All Vincent Laforet’s Fault (or Why I think FCPX is Aimed Squarely at Photographers)"