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Quick Tip: Ken Burns Effect in Media Composer

@c0ina on Twitter added:

Always a bad idea putting the effect on a generic clip when it comes to online. Import the photo and use as clip first for metadata.

Great piece of advice, especially if you’re planning on doing online with your footage.


The FCP X Timeline apparently hasn’t always been track-free!
The .icon file is found in the directory “Final Cut Pro / Contents / Resources / Sequence.icns”
Is this in place for a future upgrade or is it merely an afterthought?
via Alex4d

The FCP X Timeline apparently hasn’t always been track-free!

The .icon file is found in the directory “Final Cut Pro / Contents / Resources / Sequence.icns”

Is this in place for a future upgrade or is it merely an afterthought?

via Alex4d


Tapeless Offline/Online Workflow in FCP

A few days ago, I red a post by Scott Simmons over on The EditBlog, and something he said caught my attention. He said:

I always feel like I’ve had a professionally fulling day if I’ve learned a little something new

Well, I had some down time today, and I remembered seeing a new post pop up in my Google Reader a few days back from Shane Ross on his Little Frog In High Def blog, and it had something about some new tutorials for Final Cut Pro that he had made because he had some down time on his hands.  Well, I had some down time today, and decided to check them out. I used to frequent Lynda.com back in the day and I remembered learning tons from their FCP tutorials by Larry Jordan, and it’s really been some time since I’ve taken any time to watch a tutorial. So, in light of Scott’s comment above, I thought I would take some time to learn some new things about Final Cut.

The thing I like about Shane’s tutorials are that they’re quite a bit more advanced than the average tutorial I see online. My favorite out of these three that he just made is the one about The Tapeless Offline/Online Workflow in FCP, mostly because these days I find myself using tape less and less (which I might add I love my new Panasonic HMC 150), but all 3 tutorials are incredibly useful.

Here are links to Shane’s tutorials which are hosted on Creative Cow, I hope this helps you learn something new today:

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*Info in this post from Shane Ross (@comebackshane) on his blog lfhd.net and from Scott Simmons (@editblog) on his blog The EditBlog on PVC


    Wes’ Home Depot How-To

    As in how they made a Home Depot spot with a bit of post behind the scenes

    (via The EditBlog on PVC)

    Source provideocoalition.com


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