Final Cut Pro X Subtitles with Subvert

Patrick Southern talks about how to create subtitles for FCPX using Subvert. Subvert allows users to create titles from SRT files so editors can cut foreign language interviews with ease. Subvert also allows users to generate SRT files from any Title subrole in Final Cut Pro X.

Creating Moveable Markers in Final Cut Pro X

This week on MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin from Ripple Training continues he discussion about markers in Final Cut Pro X by showing us a way to make markers moveable. If you missed last week’s episode on turning frame.io comments into markers in FCP X, you may want to check that out here. This week focuses on moving chapter markers in Final Cut Pro X. Steve starts by demonstrating the normal workflow for creating chapter markers: navigating to the frame where he wants the marker, pressing the “m” twice in quick succession to both add the marker and open the Continue reading "Creating Moveable Markers in Final Cut Pro X"

proDAD’s Mercalli SAL now on Mac

proDAD's Mercalli SAL now on Mac Legendary Mercalli SAL video stabilizer application is now on Mac, as a full-featured, stand-alone macOS native application. Keep reading to discover why. proDAD’s products for video stabilization and CMOS, fisheye, and rolling-shutter correction are legendary among videographers, filmmakers, and broadcasters around the world for their ability to transform unusable video into cinematic gold. Still, for Mac users proDad’s Mercalli was an untouchable dream, as there was only a version for Windows. Mercalli SAL Mac, launched now, delivers the full power and performance of the Mercalli V4 stabilization engine to correct shaky, bent, and warped videos that competing products such as
proDAD's Mercalli SAL now on Mac
proDAD's Mercalli SAL now on Mac
Continue reading "proDAD’s Mercalli SAL now on Mac"

proDAD’s Mercalli SAL now on Mac

proDAD's Mercalli SAL now on Mac Legendary Mercalli SAL video stabilizer application is now on Mac, as a full-featured, stand-alone macOS native application. Keep reading to discover why. proDAD’s products for video stabilization and CMOS, fisheye, and rolling-shutter correction are legendary among videographers, filmmakers, and broadcasters around the world for their ability to transform unusable video into cinematic gold. Still, for Mac users proDad’s Mercalli was an untouchable dream, as there was only a version for Windows. Mercalli SAL Mac, launched now, delivers the full power and performance of the Mercalli V4 stabilization engine to correct shaky, bent, and warped videos that competing products such as
proDAD's Mercalli SAL now on Mac
proDAD's Mercalli SAL now on Mac
Continue reading "proDAD’s Mercalli SAL now on Mac"

proDAD’s Mercalli SAL now on Mac

proDAD's Mercalli SAL now on Mac Legendary Mercalli SAL video stabilizer application is now on Mac, as a full-featured, stand-alone macOS native application. Keep reading to discover why. proDAD’s products for video stabilization and CMOS, fisheye, and rolling-shutter correction are legendary among videographers, filmmakers, and broadcasters around the world for their ability to transform unusable video into cinematic gold. Still, for Mac users proDad’s Mercalli was an untouchable dream, as there was only a version for Windows. Mercalli SAL Mac, launched now, delivers the full power and performance of the Mercalli V4 stabilization engine to correct shaky, bent, and warped videos that competing products such as
proDAD's Mercalli SAL now on Mac
proDAD's Mercalli SAL now on Mac
Continue reading "proDAD’s Mercalli SAL now on Mac"

Frame.io Enterprise available now

Frame.io Enterprise available now Developers of a video review and collaboration platform for content creators, Frame.io, introduced Enterprise, their solution to manage everything from one central account. Designed to power video collaboration across large organizations and now officially launched, Frame.io Enterprise is is already being used by the likes of Vice, Turner Broadcasting Systems, BuzzFeed, DJI and more. “The Frame.io team is deeply in sync with the needs of the working creator, having been in video post-production for many years themselves,” comments Vas Natarajan, a partner at Accel and current board member. “They’re consistently a step ahead when it comes to Continue reading "Frame.io Enterprise available now"

Happy Sixth Birthday Final Cut Pro X!

It has been a long six years from that day in June 2011 when everybody opened up FCPX for the first time. Many updates, over 2,000,000 seats sold and a growing ecosystem later, things have changed. A lot.

Incredible Shrinking Libraries in Final Cut Pro X

This week on MacBreak Studio, we celebrate our 400th episode! Besides the silliness (which we hope you enjoy), Steve Martin from Ripple Training gives us a very interesting media management tip for Final Cut Pro X. The scenario is one in which you imported your media into a library from a connected drive, but then you realize you didn’t want to do that. Newly created libraries default to “managed” libraries, or ones in which the media is copied inside the library. If you don’t change that setting in the Library Inspector before importing, then naturally all imported media will be Continue reading "Incredible Shrinking Libraries in Final Cut Pro X"

KeyFlow Pro 1.8: Time to Rethink Final Cut Pro X Collaboration

Major 1.8 update to KeyFlow Pro enhances collaborative workflow in Final Cut Pro X

KeyFlow Pro 1.8 has just been released. Ryan Velin and Mads Larsen Nielsen from Metronome Productions in Denmark give us a first look at the update which includes the FCPX collaborative workflows by dragging and dropping.